Saturday, April 16, 2011

"Honor A Veteran", "Memory Wall" & "Wall of Pain"

So Happy to Announce 3 New Facebook Community Page Additions--

 "Honor A Veteran", "Memory Wall" and our community's own "Wall of Pain"!!

In honor of Veterans' Day, I am so pleased to share a group member's awesome idea to have a place where family and friends can honor their loved ones who serve in the military. Feel free to post the name, rank, number of years in service, and military branch of anyone you would like to HONOR. Share as little or as much information as you want. Thank you to all the brave men and women who serve in our military. Your sacrifices and selfless courage will never be taken for granted or forgotten. We support you ALWAYS!!

Link to "Honor A Veteran"
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=142242355793657&v=app_2373072738#!/topic.php?uid=142242355793657&topic=553

Next is our group's very own "Memory Wall". Feel free to share the names of your friends or family members that have passed on or died. Remember there is no judgment here so you are safe to say whatever you need or want to say. For example: how the loss has effected you and your family; share stories or funny sayings or quotes; share what you might say to the person you have lost if you had one more hour, or one more day with them. Pain of loss is very REAL.

Link to our "Memory Wall"
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=142242355793657&v=app_2373072738#!/topic.php?uid=142242355793657&topic=552

Share your story or journey with pain. It can be as long or as short as you want. Remember its not complaining to tell your story. The communication of pain is healthy for your body, mind, and spirit. I believe its necessary for wellness if you deal with any type of chronic pain or illness or combination of both. Here is your opportunity to tell YOUR STORY...YOUR WAY with no judgment or criticism. Pain Sufferers Speak's Global community is based on being a safe place for you to communicate your pain in any way that works and feels right for you.

Link to our "Wall of Pain"
http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=112276272164064&topic=116

Remember to speak openly about your pain. Its not complaining!! The healthiest way to deal with any type of pain is to share it with someone else. You will feel lighter, and you just might find someone else who completely understands what you are going through. Its wonderful to see our group making connections everyday. Keep posting!!

Have a meaningful week!!

Liz : )

Update Archive under #12 originally posted 11/13/10
Update 6/28/11


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