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  • Another form of acceptance is accepting that we will never be 20 years old and pain free again. Even people without specific issues experience pain associated with aging. The stiff knees and sore back.

    What I find myself accepting is that there will be pain. The question is what I am willing to do to stop the pain and just how much of the pain has to be treated. I can live with the aches and pains as long as I know where they are coming from.
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