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Jeannine sorts through a binder of writing assignments from her therapy. In keeping a journal about her past experiences with pain, she noticed that the pain symptoms began when she was around 8 — a time of escalating family trauma at home. Jessica Pons for NPR hide caption

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Can You Reshape Your Brain's Response To Pain?

Changing how the mind reacts to pain can reduce the discomfort experienced, according to scientists who study brain pathways that regulate pain. A new type of therapy aims to enhance that effect.

Westcoast Trail Segue
La Rue Segue
Bund [Instrumental] Shanghai Restoration
Nanjing Road East Shanghai Restoration Project
Cycles of 9 Mark Pritchard
Lift Honey Dijon
Burn [Black Water Remix] Honey Dijon, Tim K. et. al.
Deep Blue Bowery Electric

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Alone Together: Robyn's 'Dancing On My Own' Opens The Corners Of Community

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Dancing On My Own Robyn
Call Your Girlfriend Robyn

After she was detained, CIA officer Marti Peterson was taken to the KGB headquarters, Lubyanka, in central Moscow. She was held for four hours and kicked out of the Soviet Union the next day. She went on to work another 26 years for the CIA. H. Keith Melton Collection at the International Spy Museum hide caption

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H. Keith Melton Collection at the International Spy Museum

'Moscow Rules': How The CIA Operated Under The Watchful Eye Of The KGB

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Lo-Bean Red Snapper
Thomas the Fib Red Snapper

Jeannine sorts through a binder of writing assignments from her therapy. In keeping a journal about her past experiences with pain, she noticed that the pain symptoms began when she was around 8 — a time of escalating family trauma at home. Jessica Pons for NPR hide caption

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Can You Reshape Your Brain's Response To Pain?

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Fyrepond Kiln
India Roxy Music
Take A Chance With Me Roxy Music
Rethink Tane
Down Tane
Sides Perfume Genius

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Survivors Of Sexual Abuse By Nuns Want Greater Visibility For Their Accusations

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