We are ALL human and we ALL crave human connection. Our bodies need human connection just as much as we need food and water. We all desire Love.
There is A LOT to be happy about. But the reality is, Sometimes we have setbacks and, you know what? That's O.K.!
Know that You CAN control Your Own Vibration.
My Inner Mantra: I am stronger than I know.
It is really important to remember healing is NOT linear. It is often two steps forward and one step back. We must take the good with the bad.
Although the lab tests for Lyme may not be 100% accurate, my doctor knows what other markers to look for, like low CD-57 and other key inflammatory factors that will give us a good idea of where to go from here.
We all deserve to find Someone who cares enough.
This Life can be a truly beautiful and colorful place! • Come out of the dark. • Spread your wings wide. • Let the sunshine pull you out from the darkness.
If we are strong and motivated every day then we will prevail beyond the rest! We must keep strong each day. Turn our pain into something bigger. Turn it into strength. Get yourself up and out! Focus on ALL that good in this life! Accept your Pain. Embrace your struggle. Accept the Challenge. Live Life with Passion. and Live Wholeheartedly.
"Most people with Lyme never felt the tick bite. Learn more about symptoms and how to test for Lyme at GLA.ORG/LYMEAWARENESS"
MY DAILY MANTRA: "YOU ARE STRONGER THAN YOU KNOW!"
It's okay if you fall apart sometimes. Tacos fall apart and we still love them.
NEVER give up on your Hopes and Dreams of a Future! "You're going to be telling a very different story soon ... A story of how miracles have found you. A success story filled with so much inspiration. You will give so much hope to so many people when they see how much you overcame and still came out on top. Your life is a movie."
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month! Get ready for daily posts designed to educate, advocate, and prove that there is Hope for #LifeBeyondLyme! #LymeDisease #Awareness #LymeWarrior
“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.” ― Brené Brown