December Newsletter

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Happy Holidays!

Chronic Pain ResourcesWe are excited to share with you are growing mission! We are working toward funding to bring you even more chronic pain resources and eventually in-person support groups throughout the U.S. and eventually worldwide.

You can help end chronic pain suffering!
Share our Go Fund Me information below, Donate and/or Share. We have many ideas, but would love to hear from you! What types of chronic pain resources would help you?

Also, find out about the risks involved with supplements, the benefits, and how it matters what product you purchase. 

If you want to talk about anything visit our support group

End Chronic Pain Suffering!

We are growing our mission and looking for funding! 

Increasing Resources
Donate to help us provide even more alternative treatment information, nutritional and exercise information, recommended service providers, information on the latest and greatest breakthroughs in pain-related treatment, and more through Hope Instilled.

In-Person and Online Support Groups
We will also be launching Hope Against Pain action-based support groups designed specifically to address pain across the U.S. Each member is taken along a path to improvement as led by another Hope Against Pain “guide.” There are 10 actionable stages to go through to improve suffering. The path has been designed to follow the actual one taken by the group’s founder, Jory Pradjinski. 

Discovering Alternative Treatments:

From: Hope Instilled

Chronic Pain ResourcesQuick Guide to Supplements:  

  • There are two major reasons for taking supplements, preventing health problems from occurring and reversing problems that have occurred.
  • Supplements are not as safe as you might think. Supplements are considered virtually unregulated, due to the FDA having minimal control.  
  • Finding the right quality supplements for your health condition could significantly improve things.

What are Supplements?

Dietary supplements include ingredients such as vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, and enzymes (FDA, 2017).

Learn more about what they are, how they help with chronic pain, risks, essential vitamins & minerals, the history of them, balancing nutrition and dietary supplements, and how to find quality supplements on our website.

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“While there’s life, there’s hope.”
- Marcus Tullius Cicero

Exploring Wellness: Maintaining Healthy Relationships While Chronically Sick


By: Jena Ann

Chronic Pain ResourcesIt is the time of year where people are frequently attending holiday parties and family get-togethers to celebrate the holiday season. For someone who is chronically sick this can be a stressful time of year.
The struggle is real… when you have too much pain to attend everything, family or friends don’t understand what you are going through, or you just have family drama that creates added stress.

Maintaining Healthy Relationships

Finding HOPE 

8 Positive Things I Feel Despite My Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain ResourcesBy: Nicole from This Is All Going On

It can be easy to focus only on all of the negative things when you’re in pain. And, I have to admit that my last two chronic pain posts were pretty heavy. I guess they reflected where I was at in the moment that I wrote them. I have to admit I’d been seized by a particularly tenacious pain flare, and I was feeling pretty grim with a side of hopeless.

I’ve come out of it now, and I thought the time was right to do something a little more positive.

8 Positive Things
“In a world filled with hate, we must still dare to hope. In a world filled with anger, we must still dare to comfort. In a world filled with despair, we must still dare to dream. And in a world filled with distrust, we must still dare to believe.”
- Michael Jackson

DIY Natural Remedy: St. John's Wort Oil

St. John's Wort Oil comes from a wild yellow flower. The herb is named after St. John the Baptist, because it is in full bloom by saint's feast day, June 24th.

  • Mood Disorders: Depression, Anxiety, OCD, PMS, and SAD
  • Insomnia
  • Eczema
  • Muscular or nerve pain 
  • Fighting viral infections 

    Chronic Pain Resources

    1. Add to tea

    2. Massage on skin for muscular or nerve pain. Add some lavender to make it even more affective. 

    3. Take drops 

    Be sure to read about supplement risks and how to find quality supplements on our website before trying anything new.

    Other News

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    Turmeric can be as effective as prescription medication
    Hope Instilled Resources & Support

    Chronic Pain ResourcesSupport: Join Our Forums or Facebook Closed Groups for Peer to Peer Support, it's a place for us to talk about how living with chronic pain affects our lives.

    Chronic Pain ResourcesFollow us on Pinterest where we have boards on chronic pain, specific alternative treatments, wellness, self care, mental health treatments, insomnia treatments, stories of hope, DIY products/recipes, and more.

    Chronic Pain Resources  Follow our YouTube Channel for inspiring videos.

    LikChronic Pain Resourcese us on Facebook or Follow us on Twitter for Hope, Medical News, Support, Alternative Treatments and Wellness information.

    Chronic Pain ResourcesNew Content on Website
    View our page on Supplements and check out our newest blog
    Maintaining Healthy Relationships While Chronically Sick.
    Chronic Pain ResourcesShare Your Story! 
    Help other people who suffer from chronic pain by sharing alternative treatments you have found or hope that you have gained.
    Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments about our newsletter.

    Yours in hope,
    Jory Pradjinski 
    Founder of Hope Instilled, Inc. 
    Disclaimer: The content within this email and on our site is not intended to diagnose or treat any disease or be a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis and/or any treatment, but are for informational purposes only. We are not doctors or medical professionals, nor do we claim to be such. We are simply sharing educational information and our own experiences. The information often is based upon what has worked for us. Please consult your doctor or other qualified health provider on any health situations and/or conditions you are experiencing. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking it due to something you read in this email or on our site. Hope Instilled, Inc. shall not be held liable or responsible for any misunderstanding or misuse of the information contained in this email or on our site, or for any losses, damages, or injuries caused by any application or treatment of anything discussed in this email or on the site.
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