Despite my personal beliefs on suicide, assisted or not, there are always circumstances and other people's stories that leave me thinking. Maybe I don't have all the answers. Maybe there are times when finding a good way to end one's life is the only decent way to live. This may be an example of one of those times:
(CNN) -- On New Year's Day, after months of suffering from debilitating headaches, I learned that I had brain cancer.
An awesome dr friend of mine recorded 2 lectures specifically for me after he heard about the challenges I was having with nerve pain. I have bad nerve pain that I have been able to manage MUCH better after understanding the nature of chronic pain.
There is a huge component of pain that is under our control. Emotion and anxiety play a giant and clinically proven role in the influence of our pain experience. If you're like me and you like to understand the mechanics of things so