How to be a Greek God or Goddess for CRPS

Those of you who know your Greek mythology know that Achilles was a mighty fighter in the Trojan War who only had one weak spot: his heel. Apparently his mother dipped baby Achilles into the River Styx to make him invincible, but—duh—she dipped him headfirst, holding him upside down by his heel.

Source: http://www.thatdudedlambert.com/

It’s the origin of the phrase “That’s my Achilles heel,” meaning “that’s my one weakness.”

It’s also the name of a fundraising event for CRPS coming up on Sunday, June 26, 2016 in New York City: The Achilles Walk of Hope & Possibility.

But you have to register by May 30th, so feel invincible! Click here to register NOW!


Are you planning to be there? We’re dying to know; leave us a comment!

EmpatheticBadass

EmpatheticBadass

EmpatheticBadass is a young-at-heart writer from Ohio (Go, Bobcats & The Marching 110!)) who is passionate about being a voice for the patient perspective.

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