Life doesn't end after you get Meniere's, even if you sometimes wish it did.
You still have to make decisions. You still have to choose how you respond to what happens to you.
You have to decide how you're going to go through it.
You can go through it in suffering and live out your life in regret, or you can decide to choose how you go along each day.
One of the most important decisions you will make is what you allow into your psyche to influence your thinking.
Everything - every person, movie, news program, and online article carries ideas with it, ideas that quietly shift your beliefs and emotions.
Does what you bump into each day create good or evil?
Notice what happens after you watch a movie about sad characters who have bad things happen to them, they lose everything, and their life is over.
Notice how you walk around thinking about the similarities between yourself and these characters who have been beaten by life.
You might even say things like, "See, it doesn't matter what I do, life ends badly anyway."
Notice your thoughts when you watch a biography of people like Abraham Lincoln, who suffered defeat after defeat, but grew into a man who lived a life of getting up, contributing, and impacting a country that so badly needed mending.
When you refer back to this movie in your mind it will put a light on different aspects of your character that are similar to great people. It will pull up memories you thought you forgot about cool things you've done.
You see, both sides are in all of us - the sad part, and the part that has affinity with heroes.
Why else would super hero movies be so captivating?
Remember Batman, when the child Bruce Wayne develops a phobia of bats when he falls into the well? And then when he becomes the hero of Gotham, he uses his greatest fear as a symbol of his new identity?
You can do that.
Don't believe that you have lost in life because you have received a diagnosis. Don't stay in the dark side.
One very important feature of the 90 Days to Resiliency program is that there will be five people connected, repelling all negative influences, inside and out. Gathering together to become resilient with the intention of getting better physically.
You might be thinking that you can't participate in the world because you've been unlucky. But if you find yourself gazing out the window and imagining what you could do if you didn't have Meniere's, it's proof you haven't given up quite yet.
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