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Do you know which famous wit said "Habit is Habit, not to be Flung Out the Window but Coaxed Downstairs One Step at a Time,"? It was Mark Twain, the beloved American writer.
Now that you're facing a medical problem, you're probably quite annoyed with all the advice you're hearing. It takes strong self-control to stop eating all the nutrition-challenged junk you enjoy.
Exercise? When you'd rather stay under the covers and skip painful physical or occupational therapy sessions?
Compassion is a heaven-sent gift, hmm? As you'll read in my book, "There's no 'One Size Fits All' method of calming down or gaining perspective about a medical, or any crisis!"
But you can reach a state of composed thought and behavior to live productively, under challenging circumstances. Sound reasoning enables us to choose the coping mechanisms that work for us, our specific situations.
All of us have challenges to overcome.
Georgia O'Keefe said it well: "Where I was born and where & how I have lived is unimportant... It is what I have done with where I have been that should be of interest."
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