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    I think it may be because people cannot tell when you need help in emotional pain. if you were treated for depression and a wound people would worry about and talk more to you about the wound.

    I think both have different impacts. For me initially I'd say emotional pain as it'd probably take something out of me and leave a big impact depending on how big the event was to cause the pain!

    However, having said that, a great big physical accident could leave me in a LOT of pain...

    Hard question! Personally I'd say emotional as the physical pain could probably be relieved.
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    You can't compare the two. You also can't always tell when someone's in physical pain either. I've been told that because no-one can see the physical I'm in, (because it's in my head) I'm clearly imagining it. :rolleyes:
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