New blog post on the Psychology Today website

Written by Dr. Schubiner on November 5, 2016 – 10:29 am -

Title: Who tells your story? Time for a paradigm shift about pain

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/unlearn-your-pain/201611/who-tells-your-story-time-paradigm-shift-about-pain

Thanks for reading and sharing!!
Best, Howard

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New blog post on Psychology Today website

Written by Dr. Schubiner on November 21, 2015 – 9:05 am -

Hi all.
I just posted something new on the Psychology Today website.
Here’s the link: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/unlearn-your-pain/201511/rose-any-other-name-is-all-pain-the-same
It deals with the importance of understanding the actual cause of pain before figuring out how to treat it.
Send me any comments.
To your health,
Howard

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New MBS blog on migraine headaches

Written by Dr. Schubiner on July 23, 2015 – 2:24 pm -

I have just published a new blog on the Psychology Today website. It’s about migraine headaches and describes a woman who looked deeply within herself to find the answers to severe headaches.
Check it out at:

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/unlearn-your-pain/201507/severe-migraine-finding-answers-in-the-mind-not-in-pills

To your health,
Howard

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Three new movies you need to know about

Written by Dr. Schubiner on November 13, 2014 – 7:13 am -

Hello everyone.

There are three movies that you should know about. While the concept that the mind can affect the body in powerful ways is not really new, it has been forgotten in modern medical practice.

A film called The Connection has just been produced. It is a general film about the mind body connection and covers a variety of health areas. It primarily focuses on meditation as a healing force. You can find a link to it at: https://www.theconnection.tv/

A second film is a documentary about the work of Dr. John Sarno. Dr. Sarno is my mentor and introduced me to the role that the mind plays in chronic pain and associated disorders. He retired last year at the age of 90 and has written several influential books that have helped thousands recover from chronic pain. This film is still in production and the producer (Michael Galinsky) has started a fund-raising campaign on Kickstarter to obtain the funds to finish the movie. It is vitally important that these concepts (of how the mind can actually create and cure pain) get out to the public. There are millions of people suffering with chronic pain who have no idea that they can recover.

Please consider donating some money to this film, which is called All The Rage. You can find the trailer and the site for donations here:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rumur/all-the-rage-a-documentary-connecting-emotions-and

Finally, a film is being produced that is called This Might Hurt by Kent Bassett and Marion Cunningham that follows several people going through the process of becoming aware that their pain is, in fact, caused by the mind and working on their recovery process. You will hear more about this in the future.

For now, consider donating some money to help All The Rage get funded and get out into the world.

To donate, go to: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rumur/all-the-rage-a-documentary-connecting-emotions-and

Thanks very much!

To your health, Howard

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Four questions that can help determine the cause of chronic pain

Written by Dr. Schubiner on August 22, 2014 – 11:08 am -

Hi friends.  I just published a new blog on the Psychology Today website.  The blogs describes my general approach to figuring out if someone has a medical problem or a neural pathway problem as the cause of their pain.
To your health, Howard

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