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Humans are social animals!
I never believed this statement in my life! I always like to be alone and kept thinking, ‘We don’t need anyone to be happy!’
But for few months I tried something new and noticed that there are some changes in me! Changes like more positivity, more willingness to go out for work, improved social skills and many more!
What I tried was, I used to go out with friends or family once or twice in a week! And talking with them makes me feel lighter, happier!😄
Going out with someone you know is really helpful.💯 It gives you energy to survive the whole week!😇💯
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This is what I have learned going into remission from Lyme. Even though I still have the autoimmune issues, I am in a different place than where I was on Lyme treatment.
The moment I went into remission, I didn’t realize the way I handled life, or even viewed life would be tested rather quickly and would eventually begin to be my demise within the next year. It took me continually leading a life in the survival mode which led to multiple things occurring in one month, last summer, for me to realize, I need an entire new outlook, mind shift, and way of living my life to fully be thriving, and not just surviving.
For instance, while on treatment, I was in so much pain and physical distress from the 20 different awful symptoms and side effects I would experience daily, that I began filling my mind with things to just get me through each moment, rather than living in the moment and embracing it fully. It was too painful to embrace and be still in each moment. I needed distraction to get me through each moment so I wouldn’t be focused on my pains. Being in remission, I was walking through moments in that same way, not fully being present. And it sadly made me lose moments that I will never get back. So, last summer, while I was in the storm of change, and pains again, I decided to change and truly be present in every moment, even if it was painful. And let me tell you, I felt that grief, that loss, that sadness during those life changes. And when I healed from that, I was able to feel the joyful moments, the moments of bliss and freedom. It truly is incredible when we learn how to thrive and not just survive.
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