Sooner or later, we all throw up our hands and shout: “Enough is enough!“.
I mean, seriously, after years of failed treatments, temporary fixes, relapses, diets, supplements, expensive equipment, specialists, pain management, referrals, x-rays, blood work, MRI’s, Cat Scans, colonoscopies, sleep studies, mammograms, and all manner of holistic treatment, including (but not limited to) meditation, yoga, prayer, hypnosis, aromatherapy, and witchcraft, who wouldn’t?
I am not in despair, I am not beaten, I am not surrendering, but I am at a point right now, where I just want to tell all of my medical providers to go play in a ball-pit full of ticks.
I have decided to just stop.
Stop waiting for them to get up to speed.
Stop hoping they will come up with a treatment, instead of a band-aid.
Stop trying to convince them. (Of anything.)
I am just going to live my life. I am going to try simple, inexpensive things. Yes, I will see my doctors, and I will follow their recommendations if I feel they are necessary, but I’m not going to play prescription roulette, or let them pass me off to others, any longer. I don’t need the side effects, or the added stress.
“Enough is enough!”
I’ll be taking one day at a time, and doing what I can to improve my health. Spring is here, gardens are being planted, crops are growning, and I’m looking forward to fresh, organic, locally grown produce. The #1 key to healing.