To a certain extent, many people who suffer with chronic health problems have come to accept their condition…
They have learnt to ‘just get on with things’.
While that’s REALLY admirable, especially considering just how debilitating the symptoms can sometimes be, it also means that there is a fear about ‘rocking the boat’ in an attempt to turn things around.
While getting used to things means you aren’t constantly feeling sorry for yourself (and that’s very important), it also means you aren’t living life to the full.
You can almost forget just how your life is impacted by your health….
Your performance at work, your relationships, your hobbies, your social life.
You can almost forget amazing life is when you can do what you want, when you want, performing how you want, with the energy and mental clarity you want, and without worrying about the medication sides effects.
I liken it to driving a car…
Imagine you had driven a Ferrari for all of your life.
But then, for whatever reason you had to sell the Ferrari and buy a Ford Fiesta (there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the Ford Fiesta at all, but it’s no Ferrari).
When you first start to drive that Fiesta it probably feels like you are in the worst car in the world.
It doesn’t perform as well, and you don’t feel as proud and confident when you travel around in it.
But soon, quite often, probably within a week or so of driving the Fiesta you start to think it’s actually ok after all…
You get used to it.
That can be similar with your health and your body.
Think back (if you can) to a time when you felt great or at least normal…
When you had a ‘Ferrari‘ for a body?
But then you started to suffer with your health.
And eventually, after a while, you kind of got used to it to a certain extent.
Obviously you still suffer, and hate the fact you have to live with these symptoms, but you can also get to a stage of acceptance of them.
Deep down inside you remember that Ferrari body and how good it felt.
But you don’t think about it much now.
You’ve got the Ford and that will have to be ‘ok’.
I want to encourage you today to refuse to accept those symptoms.
NEVER give up. Never settle for just ok.
Keep trying and exploring and experimenting until you have the health you truly want. There’s always things that can help.
It might seem a long way off but it can be done. If you are shown how then anything is possible.
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