How do others learn to listen to my body?

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  • Supporting someone I care about often means learning to listen to their body too. Just as my friends know that a hand or a glass held to my forehead means a migraine is brewing, I have learned to watch my parent’s walk to understand how much pain they’re in at that moment. When did they/we learn? Are we ever “done” learning? Lots to mine here.


    Samantha Kaplan
  • What an interesting topic. Sometimes we don’t even realize we are in pain or discomfort until a loved one or someone close to us points it out. My husband is very observant and if I am behaving a certain way or making funny facial expressions, he is tuned in to what is going on and asks me if I need (fill in the blank). #nonverbalcommunication


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