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Let's say you're doing your best to help people in pain. They come to your clinic weekly, get a good meal, maybe some acupuncture, or they simply meditate with a group. They're doing what they can to reduce their pain when it flares, hoping this recipe offered by your staff of clinicians is what's going to resolve this ongoing, debilitating problem of regular physical pain.They receive their treatment, and leave feeling better, back to their living space for another week. But what happens when they get home? That pledge they made about getting regular exercise, how is that going? The

Let's say you're doing your best to help people in pain. They come to your clinic weekly, get a good meal, maybe some acupuncture, or they simply meditate with a group. They're doing what they can to reduce their pain when it flares, hoping this recipe offered by your staff of clinicians is what's going to resolve this ongoing, debilitating problem of regular physical pain.They receive their treatment, and leave feeling better, back to their living space for another week. But what happens when they get home? That pledge they made about getting regular exercise, how is that going? The