Stay strong and accept this one day at a time. For me it seems to be two steps forward; one step back. But we must stay the course in order to finally cross the finish line. I am at the point of my recovery where I have a whole week of great success and then need to spend a day in bed resting. I now understand the true meaning of faith and perseverance!
"So do not throw away your confidence; it will be richly rewarded. You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what he has promised." Hebrews 10:35-36
thanks for your reply :-)
Well I have good days and bad days as we all do. Sometimes I manage to be positive, other days can still freak out a bit depending on how bad symptoms are.
If things are really bad it can make me feel quite unwell. But, it's been over six years now with many ups and downs. And one thing I have realized is just like everything else the bad times don't last forever. Everything waxes and wanes just like the seasons and darkness and light. At the worst times prayer has most definitely helped. And yes being able to talk to others who suffer the same thing is soo important too.
We have to remind ourselves we are NOT this illness and it is NOT our faults we got it.
We have to see past the illness to the people we are beyond it. Oh boy though, it's tough work spiritually working through it. It is the strangest, most bizarre, challenging thing in soo many ways!! But we fight it and learn all the time. It is never easy is it!!
But, I am really happy to say that soon I will be receiving the basic protocol from the foundation which I'm really excited about...
So for the first time I will be taking essential things that I know have been proven to help.. All together..
Instead of what I have been doing taking this and that over the years but never been able to be so comprehensive with my treatment.
So... That's great and I'm so grateful to everyone who has donated to help others get better.
it's great to be given this chance:-)
Wish you all the very best in your healing too Laura!
I love the name Laura, my best friend as a small child was Laura and we were like two peas in a pod, went everywhere together.She was pretty with freckles, plated hair and a constant runny nose. I hope you don't have a runny nose like her :-)
She was very sweet and gentle!
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