How do you cope when you have been diagnosed with a disease that changes your life?
The doctor has your test results. Not so good.
Your whole life is about to change.
There is a grief period: yes, those seven stages apply to a living person as well; people treat you differently, your family isn’t sure what they should do, and you just want to curl up in a ball and ask, “Why me?”
Find out how to “Not Be Your Disease.”
I went through it.
But, I came out the “other side” and found coping skills which allowed me to re-invent my life. I started focusing on what I could do; and not on what I couldn’t.
There are many support groups out there and I attended many — however, it wasn’t until I had what I called a “death nap” that I realized that I still had some control in my life.
Let me share my insights with you and, perhaps, you can begin to see that “you are not your disease.”
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