Trigeminal Neuralgia: Today my pain helped another

The customer then fell into my arms crying and said she did not know why this was happening to her.

As she sobbed I rubbed her back and told her she has to be a warrior and she has to be in charge of her pain and not let her pain be in charge of her.

I also told her to bask in the moments when she is not in pain as well as make the best of the moments when she is not in pain.

She thanked me over and over and over again.  I told her she was welcome and it was my pleasure to assist her.

I also added that it was not by chance that she came into the store today because we both needed to speak with one another.

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