Seize Your Power And Reach Your Peak 

COME BACK from pain

I hope this website and blog help you feel a little more supported, and know you are not alone. We all need to be here for each other. Let’s extend comfort and compassion to our hearts and others’ who experience any kind of pain or chronic illness, and a hopeful vision. And let us all recognize our own bravery and courage on our journey back from pain. 

Welcome to a brighter tomorrow!


Deborah Rogers holding sign we're chronically courageous

Listen to or watch: "A Holistic Approach to Pain" as I explain my journey with pain and healing.

Over 100 million people live in pain. Chronic pain is the most common cause of long-term disability. Pain affects every aspect of a person-physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Chronic pain in and of itself is traumatizing. Pain affects every aspect of a person - physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual and requires an integrative health approach.

Physical pain often leads to emotional pain. Often we feel layers of fear, anger, sadness, loneliness, and grief. A  lost sense of self may occur as we struggle to redefine ourselves and our life. 

Many times, the way out of pain is by going into our physical and emotional pain. it takes courage, patience, and self-compassion. When we turn ourselves inside out, we can learn to truly embrace the wholeness of ourselves and give space for our body, mind, and heart to heal.

Stones that say Dream, Courage, Inspire, Harmony

About Me

My name is Deborah. When I was 27-years-old, I was diagnosed with a L5-S2 herniated disc. After three painful back surgeries and complications of right foot drop, a fractured back . . . . Read more

From decades of chronic back and neck pain, I have learned that it is okay to be vulnerable. From vulnerability comes inner strength. Loss and change give us the opportunity to begin anew. Instead of fearing pain, I learned to use pain as a tool for self-discovery and self-empowerment. When we embrace self-compassion and throw away self-judgments of what we cannot do, we reclaim our life and our Self, and we are better able to manage pain. Then, a world of possibilities opens. This is the foundation for coming back from pain and creating the fine art of our life.

Deborah Rogers

A kite is held down at one end, but still soars in the sky.


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