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What Is Pain What is pain In the American Heritage Dictionary pain is referred to as an unpleasant sensation occurring in varying degrees of severity as a consequence of injury disease or emotional disorder Pain is a very realistic problem that many individuals face daily People can wear pain on the outside like a mask hiding them from the world but it also can hide deep within them waiting to be freed by some emotional outbreak Pain is one on the most feared feeling in the mind of humans but in some situations it is rejoiced We all know what pain feels like for everyone has experienced it at one time in their lives There are two dimensions of pain the physical and the emotional pain Physical pain is a sensation of pure discomfort For example when you are walking through your house and stump your toe on a table leg you dont just stand there and say That hurt You yell loudly to the world either nice or naughty that you stumped your toe Physical pain can vary greatly from a sharp prick with to pain of childbirth Emotional pain has to be the worst and most horrid of all types of pain It feels as if your insides are being ripped out When my x-boyfriend and I broke up I felt as if he had ripped my heart out and I was standing there watching while he stomped on it As for physical pain it will eventually go away but emotional hurt will always be there under the surface deep down inside When people are suffering emotional pain some turn to drastic measures like taking their own lives Pain is a very difficult feeling to deal with There are also less painful experiences that only hurt at the time that they occur For example the time that I busted my nose playing baseball while covering second base This girl hit a
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