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The realness found in pain


Alisha Nurse is a curry-loving writer & comms professional who holds a Master of Arts Degree in Journalism (International) from the University of Westminster, London. Get in touch with any feedback or questions via the contact form in the 'About' section.

2 thoughts on “The realness found in pain

  1. It’s true there will always be those who choose not to see how ppl with chronic pain struggle… I’ve recently had to write a very dear friend a lengthy letter because she compared my struggle with someone who, in her opinion, is worse off than me! Really???? Who says? So, thank you!

    1. Hey Maria, I am so sorry you had to go through that! I often tell people including my own friends that there is no point in comparing. Personally I don’t like it when people do that. Obviously in the world there are people better and worse off than us, we know that. Comparing is kinda like telling someone to get a grip, I feel. Every person feels their own suffering and pain and comparing shows a lack of compassion and empathy.

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