Have you ever considered not if, but how you are dealing with your sensitivities? Personally I want to know all the ins and outs when something is bothering me. Why do I have this ache? How long is this going on? What is a trigger for the pain I am having? And most important for me: What can I do to help myself feel better?
From my experience not everybody sees it this way. For some people just knowing the answer to the problem is enough. There is a problem and the main thing is to fix that as quickly as possible; especially when there is pain involved. Why run through a maze when you can just get a map and go to the exit…
Both ways of looking at it are fine! Why should one be superiour to the other? If you want to get deeper into the problem solving, that is totally up to you and it may depend on your interests or field of knowledge.
Learning new skills might be more usefull than you thought!
Scientific research shows that the more knowledge or skills we gather about a problem or ache we have, the less pain we experience. Did you know this?! So the more you know and understand about why you have been having these aches, the less they bother you. That is mighty handy!
Let me make it more clear with an example. Imagine yourself waking up one morning with terrible pain in your legs. What could it be… You might drive yourself crazy, because it could be a million things. And the pain is just there all day long! But what if you knew this pain started the day after a great work-out. You know it is just muscle pain and it will not harm you. In a day or 2 you will hardly feel it anymore. This knowledge will not take the pain away but it can make you shift it to the back of your head and you will probably not stress about it as much.
Knowing this; would you like to know more about your sensitivities, pains or aches? Would you like to know more and feel better instantly?
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