About Painspeaks

Liz Hall aka Painspeaks

Liz Hall aka Painspeaks is the Founder of Pain Sufferers Speak’s Global Community of Resources with 4 blogs, 10 Support Groups, 5 Empathy Cruises in 2018, and availability all over the web; Author; Advocate; Mom x2; Christian who respects all religions and practices unconditional love; Wifey for 24yrs; Empire Avenue as PAINSPEAKS; Founding Trust Anchor on connect.me under Liz Hall; PLUS I host Twitter Chats as @painspeaks as often as my pain allows at 10pm CST-USA.

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16 responses to “About Painspeaks

  1. Hi Liz,

    I was browsing your site and love what you are doing.

    I am a recent college grad and aspiring do-good entrepreneur. I am working on a green project that will help people use less paper- almost 4 billion trees are cut down each year for paper use, and paper products make up about 40% of our trash, the largest portion of our trash.

    Essentially, it’s a notepad that’s fitted with dry erase (whiteboard) sheets in addition to regular ruled paper. This allows you to use paper only when you need to, and instead opt for the multi uses you can get out of the dry erase sheets.

    I am launching the notepad on Kickstarter/Indiegogo in the next couple weeks. Would you be interested in knowing more about this project?

    Best,
    Bhushan Lele
    t: @bhushan_lele

    • Happy to help you launch your product anytime! God Bless you and your work! Contact me

      Welcome to Pain Sufferers Speak’s FREE Global Community

      **Our #1 Goal–YOU never have to be alone in pain!**

      Connect to all parts of Pain Sufferers Speak and Share our link with your friends and family who will benefit from an introduction to our 24/7 support. With 7 support groups, 3 blogs, and availability all over the web, there truly is something for everyone! ‪#‎PSS‬ promotes and provides respect and unconditional love with NO judgement everyday to everyone. http://xeeme.com/LizHall/

      Sending love & hugs to all my Pain Brothers and Pain Sisters worldwide! Have a wonderful week filled with JOY and as little pain as possible! XOXO

  2. Hello, Liz, thank you for following my poetry blog 🙂

  3. Thank you for following Life As a Wave. I look forward to finding out more about what you do. Looks interesting and important.
    Be well,
    ~~~S Wave~~~

    • Welcome to Pain Sufferers Speak’s FREE Global Community

      **Our #1 Goal–YOU never have to be alone in pain!**

      Connect to all parts of Pain Sufferers Speak and Share our link with your friends and family who will benefit from an introduction to our 24/7 support. With 7 support groups, 3 blogs, and availability all over the web, there truly is something for everyone! ‪#‎PSS‬ promotes and provides respect and unconditional love with NO judgement everyday to everyone. http://xeeme.com/LizHall/

      Sending love & hugs to all my Pain Brothers and Pain Sisters worldwide! Have a wonderful week filled with JOY and as little pain as possible! XOXO

  4. Hi Liz, I love what you’re doing here! And thank you for stopping by my blog and for the like. One thought for you- you have great information covering a range of issues. If you used categories i.e. domestic violence, mental health, breast cancer, etc., it would be easier for people to find past posts on your blog and also for your posts to be picked up via search engines. Just an idea. Take care!

  5. Great blog and so helpful…thank you for visiting and following blog. You offer much needed info to create awareness on many levels…blessings

  6. Hi! Thank you so much for sharing my post. I love what you are doing on this page. I saw so many useful and helpful posts all together on one page and that’s amazing!

  7. Thanks for the follow! Good luck with your projects. It’s nice to know there are site out there for people in pain!

  8. Hi Liz, Thank you for reflagging my TED Talk.. Its an amazing story of how a young girl is taking a stand 🙂

  9. Hi Liz, thank you for stopping by and liking my blog. I am always so amazed at the diversity of the blogging community (I’m still somewhat of a newbie) and I really appreciate people who aren’t afraid to be who they are and let others know what they stand for. I’m a fellow advocate (have been for years just wasn’t quite aware of it). It’s so gratifying to know that there really are people out here who are fighting many worthwhile causes.

  10. Good Evening,

    Great blog! My name is Heather Foster and I run a website called Mental Parent. I am also a blog contributor with Psych Central with a blog called Mental Momma. Mental Parent is an up and coming website that focuses on mental illness, parenting and lifestyle. I am inviting you to come and check out our website and subscribe if you so choose. We are looking to reach out to more people in the community and I hope you come and see us soon!
    http://www.mentalparent.com/

    Warm Regards,
    Heather Foster

  11. strokesurvivoreva

    Thank you so much painspeaks for following my blog! It means a lot to me that there are some people out there interested in reading about the ups and downs of my life post bleed. I’m still working on the kinks, but it’ll take a while. I hope you’ll stick around to see how it evolves. I’m impressed with what I’ve seen of your blog so far. You’ve gained yourself a new follower. Hugs, Eva

  12. Thanks for showing interest in what I put out too. I sincerely hope you continue to find my works entertaining & pleasurable. Be safe.

  13. Hi Liz, Thank you for re blogging one of my posts. I applaud you for what you are doing and representing. I have noticed in my writing about childhood abuse, is that pain is pain no matter the source. I too am a Christian and I look forward to following you! Thanks again

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