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Anacin, Panadol, Tylenol (Acetaminophen)

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RELIEVING STRESS TO END BACK PAIN: GUILT AND COPING STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH IT
Guilt
You are likely to have some degree of guilt about having time off from work and being dependent on others. Guilt generally centers around three major areas:
1. Money;
2. Pulling your own weight;
3. Infringing on other people’s time for help.
If you were the major breadwinner and have not been working for an extended time, you may be feeling guilty about not providing for your family as you think you should. This type of guilt can also be felt by secondary breadwinners or simply because extensive medical bills are an additional financial burden.
Jobs within the home, for which you were once entirely responsible, may now be impossible to complete. This leaves you with a sense of shirking your responsibilities. Furthermore, it may frustrate you that no one else does them, and you may find yourself getting angry at others over unfinished jobs. When you realize that those duties were always yours, guilt may set in.
Finally, not only is it impossible to perform your usual duties, but sometimes family members must take time to help you with simple things that you could always do for yourself before If you dislike that dependent feeling, you are bound to become riddled with guilt.
Coping Strategies for Dealing with Guilt
Guilt is especially difficult for someone who has always been “in charge,” either in the home or on the job. Remember, there are still some areas in which you are quite capable and which you can control. Attack your guilt with these measures:
1. Accept guilt as a normal human feeling over which you have minimal control.
2. Try your best to do as many things for yourself as you can.
3. Never ask someone else to do something you can do.
4. Do not live in the past – work on changing the future.
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