Episode #56 – The Worst Pain Ever

In 1991, I had a bad horseback riding accident that left me with twenty-six broken bones and several other life-threatening injuries. Thankfully, the doctors put me back together almost as good as new.

But that pain was by far the worst I had ever felt and hope never to experience again.

In this episode of the Life Writers Vlog, we’ll write about physical pain after we do a bit of brainstorming.

So grab your pens or laptop, and let’s get started.

Share your painful experience with us in the comments section below, and remember, the only way to do this wrong is to not do it at all!

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8 months ago

A number of years ago long after “the change” I had some spotting, so I went to a Gynecologist. They set up a D&C in the doctor’s office. They were supposed to give me a pain pill prior to the procedure but they “forgot”. They gave me one pill immediately prior to the D&C which didn’t have enough time to go through my system. I went through the procedure with no pain management. It was excruciating! The doctor said “We can stop and finish this at a later date if you want”. I said, “No, just finish it! I won’t… Read more »

Linda Peterson
8 months ago

Until eight years ago, I had never heard of Nissan Fundoplication. Nissan Fundopli-what, you say? It’s a surgery done, in which the upper end of the stomach is wrapped around the lower end of the esophagus to repair a hiatal hernia. I watched as my good friend went through this procedure and recovery process of learning to eat again in miniscule bites, along with other miseries and thought, “Not me. Ever!” Fast forward to a year later, when, after being plagued with indigestion and back pain so severe I landed in the ER several times and, after many tests, ended… Read more »

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Holly Martinez
8 months ago

Gaul stones. Giving birth to four healthy babies and two miscarriages didn’t measure up to this pain.
Someone said, I think it may have been Louise Hays, that Gaul stones come from pent-up and unreleased anger. If that is true, I named my Gaul stone Maria.

Orah Zamir
8 months ago


Orah Zamir
8 months ago
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L MY YEAR OF HELL Orah Zamir            For many years before I learned I was suffering from complex PTSD due to childhood trauma, I had incidents of emotional pain in my upper back. During the time I was in pain, I could not concentrate on anything. I could not sit, stand, or lie down comfortably. After several of these incidents, I saw a pattern. Each time I had this experience, some kind of change happened in my life for the better. It opened more. Then the pain stopped, and life went on.            In the fall of 2014, I had what… Read more »

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