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Both pain and pleasure are subjective experiences, being different for every individual and therefore difficult to succinctly define. A general understanding of what academic discourse accepts as definitions will be helpful in aiding complete understanding of how pain and pleasure interact. These definitions will also help with broadening your own intrinsic understanding of painful and pleasurable experiences. The experience of pain is a complex phenomena, often falling into two umbrella categories; a physical sensation and a psychological sensation.
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