I Am A Motivator For All Disabled Individuals
When a person is doing poorly because either they are sick or disabled,it has to make others feel bad about that person. How do people get motivated to not feel bad about life. It is friends or family that can change that individual to loo on the bright side of a activity. I remembered when I had to go to my Neurologist for the first time because I needed answers on what is going on in my life, as I was down on myself,because I didn't realize what was going inside my body. I figured if I am able to speak to a specialist,that they should know what is wrong with me. It took about 4 specialists until I got my correct diagnosis on what was wrong with me. The first specialist thought I had a brain tumor,and I was thinking to myself, how much time I had left before I would die. Well after seeing Mr Gribluske, I felt that many of these doctors are quacks. When I went to my second specialist,because I wanted a second opinion, my feeling even worse because they said I have Huntington Disease. Huntington disease is a death sentence,because no cures, and no medication that would stave off the disease. I was feeling so rotten,because no one was able to provide me an answer. When I made my third appointment, I was told I have a Neuro problem. Well now I finally am getting some where. Mr Tomira said he wants to run a few more tests to see if he can isolate the problem to coincide a diagnosis.Now I am finally getting some where. Well after an MRI,a map test on my brain activity,the diagnosis was right on, as all symptoms are in line with Parkinson Disease. So I started a regiment of medications to see how my body would react to the medication. Everything went well, and no side effects. It has been about 7 years now,and my Parkinson Disease is steady with no worse condition. Since I stayed positive from that day,because by staying positive, and that I am motivating myself,because I can't change my condition,so what else do I act on. I can't feel bad but I turned the diagnosis around by being positive by saying I am 75% disabled, and only 25% is physical. I do all my work thou I am 100% disabled, and just live my life because it is a time in my life to be who I am,a good person that likes to help others regardless of any predicament in ones life.
crowntower wrote on March 13, 2015, 8:02 AM
Thanks for the encouragement. I have my own disability too, and last 2012 the doctor diagnosis was I have a brain tumor, But I guess he is wrong, or it is becuase of my continues prayer to God to heal me each day. I don't want to be a burden to my family, that's why I never told them my condition. TO CHRIST BE THE GLORY!!!
beachchair wrote on March 14, 2015, 12:56 PM
It sounds like you have a good handle on it. My sister in law is bipolar. I know she has her good days and bad days. On her good days she lives life on her terms. On bad days she lays low. It is just how she handles it.
cupkitties wrote on March 14, 2015, 2:51 PM
I'm glad you were able to get a legitimate diagnosis and to see that you still have such a great outlook on life. You are truly an inspiration to us all and I wish you the best.