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Scars and Healing

Scars by definition are a healed wound. Think about the scars you’ve collected on your body throughout your life.
The painful bumps and bruises, falls and surgeries that formed raised cuts that were once bleeding, and needed tending to in the process toward ultimate healing.
You cleaned, bandaged, checked to ensure there were no infection, and overtime witnessed, and experienced the miracle of healing. A lasting symbol of pain, time, and healing forming a perfect imperfect scar now in its place.
Resurrected Jesus chose to keep the scars in His hands, and feet, even after ascension, as a reminder to us of all he endured for us as a living sacrifice.
A sign of victory over death!
Jesus knew the doubting Thomas’s of the world would not believe unless they saw with their own eyes the scars of His suffering.
A correlation to some of the struggles of invisible illness and chronic pain itself, as some symptoms cannot be seen.
I scan my body over the countless scars,…seen and unseen. Some on my body, and some on my heart, but through life’s suffering, I have been transformed to a scar of healing.
My scars are victory over pain! An overcoming with unabounding strength (chadzek) to persevere in chronic illness, and life’s true purpose!
My countless surgery scars are a reminder of my calling to use my voice, and all I’ve healed along the way.
Each scar was painfully earned through a process of long-suffering and healing; and my voice will give praise, honor, and glory!
In my story, as I sing this song of hope of full restoration, I too, have chosen to keep my healed scars as my testimony of sealed faith to our Glorious Father!
My question to you is, will you keep your scars?

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Hi, my name is Waterwoman510. I'm here because I’m looking for support and alternative options for spine pain and major Depression and PTSD while fighting daily the California workers TPA and insurance continued failure to provide medical care on open medical claim of 30 years.

#MightyTogether #PTSD #Depression #Anxiety #RheumatoidArthritis #CentralPainSyndrome

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Hi, my name is HarleyN36. I'm here because we all need support. You never know what another person is going through.

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Hi, my name is Hpruiett. I'm here because i fell in November and injured my back badly. since then I’m in constant pain. literally it has never been lower than 2-3 since it happened. I’ve had MRI. I have lumbar spinal stenosis as well as moderate arthritis in my lower back as well as multiple fractures in my sacrum. I’m terrified of opioids so I was prescribed ibuprofen, Tylenol, muscle relaxers and back injections. last month I was terminated from my job of 8+yrs for attendance due to my chronic pain. I also lost my insurance. I just need people who understand. I feel like I’m going insane. I only get about 1.5 hrs sleep at a time and lucky to get a total of about 5-6 unrestful hours of sleep. I’m hoping I’m not alone.

#MightyTogether #ChronicIllness #CentralPainSyndrome #Depression #Anxiety #PTSD #Grief

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Hi, my name is aprilchelle. I'm here because I'm looking for a good resource to share with my clients. Hopeful this is a place of encouragement and support

#MightyTogether #TrigeminalNeuralgia #Fibromyalgia #ChronicIllness #CentralPainSyndrome

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Hi, my name is DeccyV. I'm here because I wish to talk to people that I can relate to in terms of my health condition.

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Hi, my name is Lauren. I'm here because
I want to add to the number of people who can relate to the challenges I face and help me become the best version of myself. I’m excited to meet people with the same challenges as me.
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