2 thoughts on ““Dreamstorming”: Making Time to Imagine Your Life Anew

  • January 6, 2019 at 8:27 am

    Gabrielle,
    I’m a man with a terminal disease, is it possible to use “dreamstorming” to lessen the pain of a terminal illness? I also have extreme damage to the nerves in my spinal column due to a catastrophic auto accident as well as suffering a TBI in m left frontal lob. I need to find an alternative to highly addictive drugs like Vicodin and the many others used to treat chronic pain, so if brainstorming could work I would like to try to implement it in my nightly routine trying to relax. If possible, please let me know?

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  • January 6, 2019 at 8:37 am

    Gabrielle,
    I’m a man with a terminal disease and disabled by a catastrophic auto accident and I have nerves damage in my cervical spine due to 8 cervical fusions. I used heavy medications for the control of chronic pain but due to circumstances beyond my control I had to stop all medications as of January 1, 17′ Is dreamstorming effective for pain control? I’ve also been in a catastrophic auto accident resulting in a TBI and 8 surgeries over 22 years. Any help you may be able to provide will be most appreciated.
    Rich

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