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Mindful : October 2016
A BOX OF SIMPLE ADVICE Turning toward pain— easier said than done? The idea of facing pain head-on might seem crazy. But as anyone who’s faced a fear—and has not only lived to tell the tale, but has less fear as a result—knows, turning toward the terrifying thing in our lives is the best way of defusing its power. Gain- ing the courage and insight to take such a step, however, might require some practice. Start with regular mindfulness, allowing yourself to sit with what- ever is present, and gradually invite in the scarier feelings and sensa- tions associated with your pain. This builds what neuropsychiatrist Dan Siegel calls “the neural basis of resilience,” an essential ingredient in pain management. AD October 2016 mindful 37