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I feel your pain

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I believe there is a very strong possibility that one can feel another's pain, especially if you have suffered similar injuries before. Similarly, a lot of us can relate to what a headache feels like; mild or severe can be relative. I worked with patients who harm themselves and upon seeing their wounds and blood, it triggered certain memories when I sustained similar injuries to the point that I actually physically felt the throbbing pain. And similarly, when a friends child got injured, I could relate with how he felt, although the intensity may vary in individuals

Posted date

31 December, 2009

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5:04 am

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