Do you remember the day you were diagnosed with Lupus?
After months or sometimes years of malaise, your doctor finally tells you that you have Lupus.
You don’t know what this means or what Lupus is, let alone how it will change your life.
I remember the first day of my diagnosis. Every time I would go for a visit, I would be super nervous about the results of my labs.
The labs would determine if we could lower my prednisone dose or not. This is something I fought for because I didn’t want the side effects of corticosteroids.
Lupus Creates Emotional Turmoil
What are the feelings that Lupus triggers for you?
I didn’t know what to think about the feelings, or how to actually feel the feelings.
I watched other people handle stress and wondered why I’m not as calm and put together.
The feelings that I remember were fear, overwhelm, frustration, vulnerability, brokenness, terror, and weakness.
All such feelings were a direct result of my thoughts about Lupus.
I was told Lupus is an incurable disease and I believed this. I did not think healing from Lupus was a possibility.
It wasn’t until years later that I began to change my mind and beliefs about Lupus.
Lupus is just a circumstance that I can’t change.
Rather than being terrified, vulnerable, scared, overwhelmed, and frustrated, I could have just asked myself what I was going to do about my Lupus.
The question I asked myself was “how can I live a thriving life with Lupus?”
Then my mind went to work trying to answer this question.
And so began my journey of healing from Lupus.
Wanting vs Getting
I’ve got so much to share to get you well.
I know without a shadow of a doubt that you can absolutely get well despite the set backs of Lupus if you follow exactly what I tell you to do.
But I also know that it’s not enough for me to have the solutions and you wanting to get well.
Wanting, by definition, is desiring and wishing for the ideal thing. It’s very passive and easy to want something.
We can desperately want to lose weight, for example, but wanting does not inherently require action.
On the other hand, getting something requires commitment. Commitment is following a course of action with a promise of getting whatever it is you are committed to.
Achieving your goals requires you to take action.
I want to ask you, are you committed to your health or do you just want to feel better?
You can achieve whatever it is you want to achieve, including healing from Lupus, if you’re committed. I am so confident in this.
I want to work with those of you who want to get well and are committed to getting well and healing from Lupus.
Let’s make 2020 the healthiest year where we learn to manage our minds, feelings, body, and soul.
This will be the year to achieve peace, joy, and freedom as we cultivate confidence by learning to embrace discomfort so we can achieve our goals.
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As always, thank you for reading.
I’ll talk to you next time.