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Even though you are learning to empower your self, by law this information is necessary to protect both of us.

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Disclaimer

The information contained in this book, CD and DVD's are for awareness solutions and educational purposes only. It should not be viewed as medical counseling. Readers should consult their health specialist and educate themselves thoroughly before making important decisions regarding their health. The Author, writer, and publisher specifically disclaim any liability, loss, or risk, personal or otherwise, arising directly or indirectly from the use of the suggestions or procedures in the e-book, CD's, DVD’s or products' hereafter.

FOR THOSE WITH CHRONIC PAIN

The Pain Stress Foundation (PSF) was also created to assist those who experience chronic pain to find hope and help and healing. This web site is created to provide information and support to you as you work with your health care providers in addressing your pain. Your health care providers know and understand your circumstances and are licensed to treat and diagnose your pain.

It is important that you understand and agree that the PSF cannot diagnose or prescribe treatment for your pain or otherwise render medical advice or professional services to you. Also, the material presented on this site is not intended to substitute for the opinion of a medical professional.

If you have CHRONIC PAIN you should not apply treatment based solely on the information contained on this site or my e-book but combine it with a medically trained professional with questions and concerns you have regarding your medical condition.

Living with chronic pain may cause feelings of anger, helplessness or depression. If you are experiencing these feelings, it is advisable to contact a counselor, social worker, psychologist or psychiatrist for help. If you are considering hurting yourself or have thoughts of suicide, you must do one of the following immediately:• Call 911• Go to the nearest hospital emergency room• Call your mental health advisor or physician• Call a suicide prevention line

Every situation is unique and requires individualized attention. The Pain Stress Foundation web site has valuable answers for pain and stress, but does not have all the answers. The best answers are from you, your health care provider and what is on this web site.

If you decide to access a web site linked to this site, you should understand that the Pain Stress Foundation has no control over the contents of that site. The Pain Stress Foundation assumes no responsibility or liability for any other sites' content, accuracy, or compliance with applicable laws, and no warranties, guaranties, or representations are made by the PSF concerning any linked sites.

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