Chronic pain anonymous

Chronic pain anonymous

What is chronic pain

Telephone Number for Chronic Pain Volunteers, Intergroup Officers, and Intergroup Representatives from Chronic Pain Anonymous telephone meetings make up Intergroup. Every fourth Saturday of the month, we get together to share details and vote on motions to help the Chronic Pain Anonymous phone fellowship.
Details about Chronic Pain Anonymous telephone meetings can be found on this website. If you are new to Chronic Pain Anonymous, please click on the CPA Website button to learn more about the group. You’ll find detail about CPAs, meeting times, and recovery stories, among other items. The Chronic Pain Anonymous Program (CPA) has a website. CPA is a group of men and women who come together to share their expertise, strength, and hope in order to address a common problem and help others heal from the crippling effects of chronic pain and illness. We agree that improving one’s mindset will help with rehabilitation.
Only a desire to heal from the emotional and spiritual debilitation of chronic pain or chronic illness is needed for membership. There are no charges or fees to join the CPA. Via our own donations, we are able to support ourselves. CPA is not affiliated with any sect, church, political party, group, or institution; it does not want to get involved in any debates; and it neither supports nor opposes any causes.

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OSC will hold meetings for a new Hampton Roads chapter of Chronic Pain Anonymous beginning in January (CPA). Chronic Pain Anonymous is a group of men and women who come together to share their experiences, courage, and hope in order to overcome their shared problem and help others recover from the debilitating effects of chronic pain and illness. Only a desire to heal from the emotional and spiritual debilitation of chronic pain and chronic illness is needed for membership. CPA has no ties to any religious, political, or health-care organizations. It’s a spiritual rehabilitation service.
CPA will hold its first meeting on Thursday, January 18, 2018, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Meetings will be held on the first floor of OSC in the main waiting area. The meeting is open to the public and is free of charge.

The river of life – chronic pain, addiction and spirituality

To encourage all people suffering from chronic pain or disease to embrace the serenity of living one day at a time, savoring each moment, and seeing adversity as a road to peace. As we surrender to a Power greater than ourselves, we have confidence…
To encourage all people suffering from chronic pain or disease to embrace the serenity of living one day at a time, savoring each moment, and seeing adversity as a road to peace. We believe that surrendering to a Power greater than ourselves would provide us with strength and an unfathomable sense of peace.
CPA is a global non-profit organization made up of men and women from all walks of life who suffer from chronic pain and disease. Members come together to help one another and learn how to find peace and purpose in their lives while dealing with the debilitating consequences of their physical illnesses. People who struggle with pain or disease that has endured over time, recurs, or advances are part of our fellowship. Accidents, congenital defects, surgery, cancer, arthritis, and any other medical condition that causes pain and symptoms that interfere with everyday life and peace of mind are all possibilities.

Aa speakers – “staying strong through the pain in sobriety

Chronic Pain Anonymous is a fast-growing fellowship of men and women seeking relief from the mental, emotional, and spiritual debilitation that comes with dealing with chronic pain and disease. Our members now gather in a number of places, all of which are accessible through the internet, enabling us to spread the CPA message further. Our goal is to make cross-platform meetings easier by providing:
Preamble to Chronic Pain Anonymous
CPA is a group of men and women who come together to share their expertise, strength, and hope in order to address a common problem and help others heal from the crippling effects of chronic pain and illness. We agree that improving one’s mindset will help with rehabilitation.
Only a desire to heal from the emotional and spiritual debilitation of chronic pain or chronic illness is needed for membership. There are no charges or fees to join the CPA. Via our own donations, we are able to support ourselves. CPA is not affiliated with any sect, church, political party, group, or institution; it does not want to get involved in any debates; and it neither supports nor opposes any causes.

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