November 9, 2012
In the spring of 2009, I was diagnosed with RSD. At that time, I had very little knowledge of this painful neuropathy and for the most part, was lost and unsure about how I was going to function with this debilitating form of chronic pain. Later that year, I was introduced to Barby Ingle and her husband Ken, and that's when I encountered a turning point in my life. Barby is the Executive Director of the Power of Pain Foundation and it was through her and this organization that I found hope, guidance, and a surety that I would be able to move forward with my life. I have personally witnessed the powerful and positive impact that this foundation has had in the lives of many people. The Power of Pain Foundation has an unwavering and stalwart dedication to educate and help those of us that are suffering from several different forms of chronic pain. I am extremely honored to be given a chance to become more associated with the Power of Pain Foundation as a board member and give of myself just as Barby and others have given of themselves for me. I will be forever grateful to the Power of Pain Foundation and its members for how this organization has helped me find power over my pain.
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