This experience has negatively impacted every aspect of my life. My physical and mental health have suffered. I felt (and still feel) traumatized and furious that this happened to me.
Tara claims, “Radical Acceptance is the willingness to experience ourselves and our life as it is.” I became willing to experience it all fully without the façade and that’s when my life really began to change for the better.
It was an incredibly lonely time in a life full of loneliness but it’s also when things really started to turn around for me.
Today, I’m so grateful for my disease and the constant struggles it has brought into my life. I’m stronger than Crohn’s disease and it took going through hell for me to realize that for myself. Now I use what I have learned through the many hardships and tough lessons I’ve experienced throughout my life to help others find a way out of the darkness.
What we think, we feel. Let’s look at the Mind-Body Connection.
When someone tells you, “You’re just lucky,” and dismisses all your hard work and dedication.
Living with an autoimmune disease.
Never give up! You can overcome the challenges life throws at you!