Relative. A lot can happen to your body to make it less sensitive to pain. Although, there are some clearly defined pains like breaking a bone or emotional pain.
Pain is relative since it is something that is individual and dependent on specific factors such as sensory ability and sensory memory.
relative obviously. something can hurt one person and barely bother another.
Pain, in a whole, can't be clearly defined because no two people will feel the same pain. You can feel emotional pains, physical pains, spiritual pains, and even pain for others.
Pain is like love, it comes in many forms.
Yet we all know one thing that is clearly defined, pain hurts!
it is relatively defined....i pain felt by one is not really shared with others
Pain can be a sign of aliment or when someone is hurt, it feels pain within but it does goes away soon. Our bodies can be adapted to feel less pain if we know how to tap into our senses. We can learn to release the pain from our bodies so that it will not hurt so much. Of course you can take pain killers to relieve the body pain but a nature means will be better.
the pain and the pleasure are in the same area of our brains..so for me relative
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