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Does anyone else have a problem with flare ups when they’re going through something emotionally taxing?? Or is that I can normally ignore the pain but when I’m sad it comes through. Plz help

    • sorenachy

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      Emotions definitely bring out the pain. Emotions also bring on stress, which also brings on pain. Let yourself feel those emotions. Don't try to hold them back or you may end up in a long term flare issue. If you struggle with letting emotions out, as my wife does, find a movie or TV show that is full of emotions. My go to is Steel Magnolias. It Always makes me sob like a baby and I feel so much relief afterwards.

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Stress can cause flare-ups. It is important to manage stress and try to stay positive, as staying in a flare mode for weeks or months can be detrimental. Engaging in activities that help ease your depression, such as talking to friends and focusing on positive outcomes, may help alleviate the pain during emotionally taxing times.

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