Thursday, October 1, 2009

Pain-Blog Carnival, September 2009 | How To Cope With Pain Blog

A new blog to join us, Wellscent, joins us this month with information about Trigeminal Neuralgia.

Living Your Best Life Possible When You Have a Chronic Illness, another new blog to our pain-blog carnival, shares that being mindful and accepting pain are usually a lot easier said than done, but why he finds it helpful.

Chronic Babe gives her views on health care reform and invites us to join the conversation.  Timely!

CRPS/RSD A Better Life reviews how to prevent CRPS.  Very important info to know.

Psychology of Pain posts a NY Times article about formulating opioid medication so it can't be abused so easily.  Hot topic!

Nickie's Nook writes about when touch becomes difficult for people with pain.

I encourage you to take another look at all the goodies from Invisible Illness Awareness Week- perhaps Lisa Copen will have to change it to "II Month" because of all the wonderful material!

In Sickness and In Health explores how to tell a potential partner about your health issue.

Health Skills offers some ways to have strength to cope with pain.

Andrea's Buzzing About reviews "universal design," incorporating accessibility right from the start of building projects.  This post includes some funny pictures about what's considered accessible.

I hope you enjoy the selections.  Next month's carnival will be on October 28.

Grand Rounds, a medical-blog carnival, is published this week at Laika's MedLibLog.