Ever notice how the truth often hurts?
I sure do.
That’s because what I’m about to share with you hurt a bit when I first heard it. Because it’s the truth. And every time I share it with others, a handful of people get quite angry.
Why? It’s not really me they’re angry at. They’re angry at the message because it confronts them with a choice they don’t want to make.
That’s the funny thing about truth though — whether you accept it or not, it’s still there. Unchanging.
And when it comes to pain, the message you’re about to hear can make all the difference in the world between remaining stuck in pain… or finally getting the pain relief you say you want.
Yes… I said “the pain relief you say you want.”
Because what I’ve found is a lot of people say they want relief from their pain. But their actions don’t match their words. I’ve heard their excuses.
“I’ve bought this product or that product and it didn’t give me 100% immediate relief so I returned it.”
“I’m a special case because I have XYZ problem and nothing works for me.”
“All you people are just scam artists out to make a quick buck on poor helpless people like me who are in pain.” (Yeah, I love that one with hundreds of testimonials and success stories coming in every year!)
Look, I really don’t care if you buy my product. Or someone else’s product. Or no product at all. You’re not going to find lasting pain relief until you make a decision that you’re going to get pain free — no matter what.
It means you have to really want to end your pain.
That means you don’t quit. You keep working on your pain every day until you get relief. You celebrate small successes because it means you’re moving in the right direction. Remember, even if you just moved from a 10 to a 9 on the pain scale, that’s still improvement! Keep moving forward!
If you’ve been struggling with chronic pain then listen carefully. Unless you make the decision that you want pain relief bad enough that you’re not going to quit on yourself until you find it you’re going to have a hard time getting it.
And that’s why I say finding your “Want To” is the real last step in getting lasting pain relief.
Now, listen to this amazing audio from Steve Chandler to learn what the real difference between “How To” and “Want To” is. Then make the change that will finally get you the lasting pain relief you’re looking for.
The Truth About What Really Causes Back Pain
Written By: Updated: April 28,2011