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Impermanence

Natasha Curran


One day, Natasha, a fit, capable pain consultant has to enter A and E through the "customers' entrance" for the first time. The effect of crippling migraines for months plus the effect on her sense of self lead to a greater understanding of what it is to be a patient, and how impermanence permeates through all aspects of our lives. That, in turn, leads to growth in her understanding of compassion and resilience.

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