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Your Mood & Your Vancouver Car Accident

Jeffrey S. Witten, B.A., LL.B.
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                                                   YOUR MOOD & YOUR VANCOUVER CAR ACCIDENT


The mind-body connection. It's just common sense.

You get injured in a car accident. You're in pain. You're on a bunch of medicine that makes you feel rotten. You can't sleep. Going to work, playing sports and doing anything around the house is out of the question. So, after awhile you become pissed off with your situation. And with the world in general.

For a long time western medicine and western culture were reluctant to recognize the connection between mind and body. It seems that mood disturbance following injury in a car accident was a subject few wanted to recognize.

The injured person didn't want to admit they had "emotional problems". And if that injure person summoned up the courage to talk to their doctor about their "emotional" problems" they were labeled as " weak" or "histrionic".

Thankfully enough, we're making some progress on this front.

I see people experiencing mood problems following their car accident on a regular basis. And slowly but surely it appears that more of them are admitting to themselves ( and to others) that they have a problem and need help.

I also see that, over time, more and more family doctors are starting to treat the issue of mood disturbance following a car accident with the level of seriousness it deserves.

So, let me ask you this. Does any of this sound familiar ?

Are you suffering from a mood disturbance following your Vancouver car accident ? If so, both you and your family doctor need to deal with it !

Because the mind-body connection isn't going away any time soon.

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