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Portland, OR – According to recent studies, nearly 100 million Americans suffer from some form of chronic pain. Chronic pain is pain that doesn’t go away. You have to accept it as part of your life. But acceptance is not giving up. Pain is something we experience but it is not the only thing. Having someone who understands how it feels to live with chronic pain and is there to support you can be invaluable.

Amber Rose Dullea is the founder of Thriving With Pain and the creator of the 5 Steps from Ow to Wow program.

‘I’ve learned through personal experience that living with chronic pain is never fun,” says Amber Rose. "My pain was having an impact on my life until I decided I’d had enough. I wanted to do more than suffer and survive, I wanted to thrive again.”

Amber Rose says part of that process was learning to coach clients in strategies to help them achieve what they want. She wanted to take those skills and work with a population she felt strongly about: people with chronic pain.

“Every morning I wake up I have to make the decision: Am I going to thrive or am I just going to survive the day? Or is this going to be a suffering day?” says Amber Rose. “We all have pain in our lives, but it’s empowering to know that there’s even a decision to be made each day; that it is in your control.”

Though the path can be overwhelming, confusing and frustrating, Amber Rose can offer the support and accountability you need to thrive once more in spite of your pain.

“Having someone who can be there for you to figure out what is needed, wanted, and what will move you toward thriving can make all the difference in your quality of life.”

For more information on Thriving With Pain visit www.thrivingwithpain.com.

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