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Where do you find your inner courage to deal

dilaurodilauro ConnecticutPosts: 13,527
I know I've talked many times about others who have been there for you, what positives there are in your life to make you want to move ahead.

But, what I would love to hear from everyone about is.  

What is it inside of you, where do you find your inner courage to deal with everything?

What makes you who you are, what you are and what you intend to be?
Ron DiLauro Veritas-Health Forums Manager
I am not a medical professional. I comment on personal experiences 


  • SooveritSooverit Finger Lakes region of NYPosts: 460
    I have had to endure some very difficult things in my life since I first leapt out of the womb. That's how my mom describes it...she couldn't get to the hospital fast enough, and when she did, I (her words) "rolled out the red carpet and pranced out." There has been nothing that has held me back, honestly. Until this.

    I think that's what has made it all the harder. I don't understand why I have succumbed to this pain. Just surrendered everything to it.

    So, in all honesty, right now the only thing getting me through each day is believing it is going to go away soon.

    Maybe it wont, and I will have to adjust my thinking. But for now, that's what I've got to work with. Just being honest :/
  • I get my inspiration to try new things to further recovery from external sources, I see something, I think I can do that, or I used to be able to do that, I am going to work out how to do it now, on my own!

    Yesterday I went for a bush walk, the first since injury, I was told by my ex that it would be to hard for me, so he never invited me along, it was easy. The track was well maintained and all proper stairs and everything... okay so it wasn't easy but it was doable and I did it! All by myself, sure I was slow, sure I need a walking stick and sure the down parts get really dodgy when the ground is slippery because I can't feel the surfaces moving below my left leg but I did it! Doing something and actually getting it done, that gives me inspiration to give something else another go.

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