Thanks for the website. I found the book! It helped me a lot - not because it changed everything...but this guy truly has walked through this - his a Pharmacist and PhD and as I said- he goes through all the docs who just do not hear him - as if he is making his pain up. He didn't want opiates - he wanted help. Well, this guy didn't give up and the book is affirming. It is: "When There is No Cure" - subtitle "How to Thrive Wile Living with the Pain and Suffering of Chronic Illness" by Craig K. Svensson, PharmD, PhD. The 5 bucks or whatever I paid for it on Amazon was well worth it - we need to be heard. It's a very basic human need. And of course, life is not fair, and we don't always get heard -I get that. But my gosh, what else is all this life for if we cannot be compassionate? We all hit burn out on that - I get it - I sure did in my counseling job. But in the end, this is love - compassion and simply saying, "I hear you, I have the same thing" - it is so helpful. God Bless and know I hear you and I do care. I'm sorry about all the suffering in this world - and Covid - all of it - but the only solace seems to be telling others they are wonderful, they are worthy, and they are not alone in their suffering.