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When you feel like giving up, remember why you held on for so long in the first place.”~Unknown

WOW was my first response to this  quote. Sometimes I do forget how much I have invested in making my life/health better and it would seem so silly to want to throw all of that away because I tripped up the stairs or something silly like that;)LOL But, at times I do!

 I would like to challenge you to really think about all of the work you have put into getting more healthy both physically and emotionally the next time you feel like you can not go any further.  Because I do believe that there is a strong part of us inside that will hold on no matter what!!!! Embrace that part of you:) We are some” No Limit Soldiers” and are stronger than we’ll ever really know!!!

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Lyla posting…

Through humor, you can soften some of the worst blows that life delivers. And once you find laughter, no matter how painful your situation might be, you can survive it.” — Bill Cosby

I thought I would share this quote as a reminder to try to keep a humor in your life even through the dark times;)

Lyla Posting……

There are times where it feels as though my world is crashing down on me and I’m being pulled in about 5 different directions. My heart is racing, chest pounding, dizzy, vision blurry, palms sweaty and I feel like screaming.

I’ve found out that putting my headphones on and jamming out to my ipod has helped me immensely during these difficult times. It gives me “ME” time!!! “ME” time is very important when you are dealing with the stressers of a dysautonomia life. Appointments, parents, friends, strangers,family and health care workers are constantly asking questions/have expectations or asking for you to be somewhere or do something.  When I’m just spending time with myself, my own thoughts, listening to my favorite music, I’ve figured out that my thoughts and feelings never go towards my disorder, stresssors or negative thougths.

So, I  guess I’m letting everyone know that when you’re going through a rough time, you might want to try to have some “ME” time even if it is 5 minutes. This is avoiding and avoiding doesn’t solve any problems, but it does fix a temporary issue and can help to clear your mind or put it in a more positive space.

Thanks

Lyla here,

“While walking in the midst of despair from the day to day struggle with dysautonomia; there still lingers that ray of hope that promises a better day tomorrow…..”

I recently came up with this quote during a very dark time with my dysautonomia. I wanted to share it with others because it has helped me get through another day!