The Language of Pain Finding Words Compassion and Relief David Biro breaks through the wall of silence in this impassioned hopeful work Pain regularly accompanies illness as David Biro knows only too well Faced with a bone marrow transplant the young doc

  • Title: The Language of Pain: Finding Words, Compassion, and Relief
  • Author: David Biro
  • ISBN: 9780393070637
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Hardcover
  • David Biro breaks through the wall of silence in this impassioned, hopeful work Pain regularly accompanies illness, as David Biro knows only too well Faced with a bone marrow transplant, the young doctor was determined to study his pain but found himself unable to articulate its depths, even to his doctors and wife He has now discovered a way to break through the silenDavid Biro breaks through the wall of silence in this impassioned, hopeful work.Pain regularly accompanies illness, as David Biro knows only too well Faced with a bone marrow transplant, the young doctor was determined to study his pain but found himself unable to articulate its depths, even to his doctors and wife He has now discovered a way to break through the silent wall of suffering physical and psychological and wants to share it with others In his new book, the critically acclaimed author expertly weaves together compelling stories and artwork from patients along with insights from some of our greatest thinkers, writers, and artists In the tradition of Susan Sontag s Illness as Metaphor, Biro s groundbreaking book is sure to transform our understanding of and ability to communicate pain Language can alleviate the loneliness of pain and improve the chances that other people family, friends, and doctors empathize and respond most effectively 10 illustrations

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    One thought on “The Language of Pain: Finding Words, Compassion, and Relief”

    1. Dr. Biro sensitively approached a subject many people don't, or can't, talk about. I suggested his work to my orthopedic surgeon! I have read and re-read sections of this work numerous times.

    2. Okay. I am not compelled by the way Biro discusses the expressibilty and inexpressibilty of pain. It is aiming for a readership who don't have the theoretical interest I have.

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