As I may have alluded to in my book Change Your Story – Despite the Diagnosis. I’ve been suffering with Depression and low self esteem for as long as I can remember which is most of my life. I have also allowed others to take my power away by their mistreatment of me and feeling taken advantage of. If this sounds like you, may I suggest we confront this issue together.
You see, I now want to live a healthy lifestyle and be confident in my abilities. I want to let you in on my story of then and now and how I am becoming well and loving life to its fullest.
I no longer want to be the victim of my circumstances or historical issues. I want to learn how to deal with my diagnosed symptoms in the most natural and authentic way. I want others to know that this world is a good place to be. I wrote my book based on my past experiences because I felt that they may have contributed to my illnesses. Besides my own self sabotaging ways, I have allowed others to mistreat me. However, along my journey there have been many positive people supporting me.
I don’t want my past or the past of my people to drag me into a negative spiral of self-loathing and feeling sorry for my self. I’ve seen the effects of what living in the past can do to a person and those ways are not very healthy. Life is tough and this cannot be denied, but if problems are met head-on and dealt with keeping hope and faith, things do turn around for the better. I consider myself a living example, and I’ve been encouraged to acknowledge this. I want to encourage others to change their outlook so they may also change how their life story turns out for the better. I do not want to see others suffer like most of my family and siblings did, due to unresolved conflict and family karma. But to live according to our dharma, which is for the good of all.
I always strive to be positive even if, at certain times, I feel run down and exhausted. Although these days, I am exhausted in a good way knowing that I am working towards my own health and helping others find theirs. I still have the aches and pains stemming from the fibromyalgia, but I know when my body needs rest and I take the time to give it the self care it needs.
If you want to join me in becoming healthier and more authentic then stay tuned and we will conquer this together.