Living With Chronic Pain. Part Two: Debilitation and Loss of Autonomy #chronicpain @Vocal_Creators #WritingCommunity #readersoftwitter #ReadingCommunity

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Hi everyone. Exciting news today! I’ve written a short, non-fiction piece, on Vocal, about living with chronic pain. This is the second article in a planned a series of pieces on the many aspects of living with long term pain.Β The article is around 1,500 words long.Β 

I’d love to know what you think! And would be delighted if you could read my competition entry HERE and leave a like and a comment. To like and comment, you’ll need to sign in to Vocal, which is free to do.Β 

Thanks for all your support! Hugs πŸ€—πŸ’•πŸ™‚

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Roberta Eaton Cheadle

Hi Harmony, I left you a comment on the underlying page. I don’t think you have ever mentioned the cause of your pain and I have assumed it has something to do with the operation you had that went so badly. I hope your pain levels will improve again soon.

DG Kaye

Great series of posts and an important topic Harmony. Yes, I do believe people will feel better when they read your post, because you relay what so many don’t say. I think you’re a warrior woman. And I can only imagine how hard it is to have to rely on someone to help you, because I have always been so self-reliant and have feared the what if I can’t. And oh, getting your coffee right should be a big priority and knowing how you like it by now. Just sayin’ Lols Hugs xox (P.S. I can ‘like’ and share from… Read more »


Very good points, Harmony. Commented and hearted.

Cynthia Reyes

Glad you wrote this, Harmony.


Harmony, I am still having problems in signing into Vocal. Will look into it. But I wanted to let you know I like your analogy of coffee and insights into tackling chronic pain on daily basis. Take care. πŸ™‚β€οΈ

D.L. Finn, Author

Heading off to read it, Harmony:)

Jan Sikes

Such honest writing, Harmony. I left my comment over there and shared.

john howell

Excellent piece, Harmony. Did the heart and tweet. Best wishes.

Priscilla Bettis

In the States we’d say, “If you want something done properly…” I guess it’s tweaked a little from the UK version. Anyway, it’s an insightful article that I read with much interest. Bravo, Harmony!