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Dee_1
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Dee_1

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Being gentle with myself. Feels much lighter. Aug 28, 2019

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  • My Story

    I've had RSI for many, many years. By profession I am a Senior Editor (however currently undertaking a Master's to shift careers to be a Quantity Surveyor) so typing has been my staple.

    The pain in my left wrist has become progressively worst, I can't bend it much now, and it's very weak - and now recently pain occurs mildly in my right wrist... great!

    My body is strong and my health fantastic- I just need my wrist to get the message, too!

    A year ago I came across Dr Sarno's book. I was doing it systematically and began to feel the tension from my neck go, which really was great!

    Life happened by way of moving home and embarking on studying for a new career whilst starting a small pottery business, and I fell out of the habit, and now need to really push myself to do it.

    I love doing physical and creative activities such as yoga and pottery, but have to over-compensate with my right arm to allow me to do things, I look like a lop sided weight trainer. :)

    I'm 2 days back into the book and as I listened via audio books today I wondered if there's a more efficient method, or new things I can incorporate as the book is quite old.

    Plus, it would be great to get some support from a community that knows what it's like.

    Sending you love and light. :)
    1. Dee_1
      Dee_1
      Being gentle with myself. Feels much lighter.
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      2. plum
        plum
        This my dear, is the healing.
        Aug 29, 2019
    2. Dee_1
      Dee_1
      At my wits end with this RSI, time to make it flee for good!
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  • My Story

    Location:
    London, U.K.
    Occupation:
    Senior Editor
    Introduction:
    Hi, I have had RSI for so many years now, I've lost count. Sadly it has got progressively worse. Doctors have run a number of tests and found nothing medically wrong. I've had physio, I do yoga and pilates but nothing impacts it. I really want to get back to optimum movement.
    Diagnoses:
    RSI
    I've had RSI for many, many years. By profession I am a Senior Editor (however currently undertaking a Master's to shift careers to be a Quantity Surveyor) so typing has been my staple.

    The pain in my left wrist has become progressively worst, I can't bend it much now, and it's very weak - and now recently pain occurs mildly in my right wrist... great!

    My body is strong and my health fantastic- I just need my wrist to get the message, too!

    A year ago I came across Dr Sarno's book. I was doing it systematically and began to feel the tension from my neck go, which really was great!

    Life happened by way of moving home and embarking on studying for a new career whilst starting a small pottery business, and I fell out of the habit, and now need to really push myself to do it.

    I love doing physical and creative activities such as yoga and pottery, but have to over-compensate with my right arm to allow me to do things, I look like a lop sided weight trainer. :)

    I'm 2 days back into the book and as I listened via audio books today I wondered if there's a more efficient method, or new things I can incorporate as the book is quite old.

    Plus, it would be great to get some support from a community that knows what it's like.

    Sending you love and light. :)