Pain Concern’s podcast Airing Pain reached a milestone, producing the 100th episode of high quality, evidence-based programmes in 2018.
In June, Pain Concern will be releasing Airing Pain 103. Paul Evans speaks to prominent family psychotherapist Dr Barry Mason about how chronic pain can affect relationships and, conversely, how relationships can affect people living with chronic pain.
We are looking to promote this programme as much as possible to raise awareness of the conditions and resources available to patients and carers. In the UK, millions of people live with chronic pain, and this in turn affects family members, friends and other loves ones. We believe this programme will shed some light on how important relationships are in the context of mental and emotional wellbeing for those people.
We will send another email out on the release date, June 3, with the episode link. We would be immensely grateful if you could forward this programme to any parties or individuals you believe would be interested, or give a small push on your own social media channels.
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