Tag Archives: Chronic Pain and Suicide

At the Intersection of Grief, Depression, and Illness

I was disheartened last week to witness what transpired on Skip Bayless’ show on Fox Sports called “Undisputed.” Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback, Dak Prescott, had recently shared in an interview his struggle with depression in the wake of his brother’s suicide … Continue reading

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Should We Look Forward to Death?

“But treating death flippantly and acting as if there are no consequences diminishes the victory that Jesus has won over death.” Continue reading

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Chronic Pain “Hot Links” 10.13.18

I’m going to be writing one regular blog post a week (though I missed this week) and trying to put together “hot links” for the best articles/posts I read on chronic pain each week.  Normally, I may shoot for five … Continue reading

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Chronic Pain, Suicide, and Opioids

A came across a study today that linked chronic pain and suicide in a significant way.  About one in ten suicides are linked to people with chronic pain.  In all likelihood, according to this report, those numbers are underreported.  More … Continue reading

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