What A Collapsed Lung Taught Me About Emotional Pain

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As I spent more than 50 hours in the emergency room dealing with a collapsed lung, I experienced severe physical pain. At the same time, I realized that physical pain could cause emotional distress. The stronger the physical pain is, the more intense and unbearable emotional pain grows.

About two weeks before the ER visit, I woke up with some strange pain in my upper arm. I…

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Avid runner, triathlete, adventurer, coach, and founder of Your Best Self Fitness & Wellness Coaching. www.yourbestselflifecoaching.com

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