Fighting Dystonia, Chronic Lyme, EDS Type 2 & more… any questions?

Life is a Lottery

I love this quote, and for me it rings true, I may only be at the beginning of my storm but I am already a stronger person for it. It can be applied to anyone and everyone as we each go through our own ‘storms’ at different times in our lives. The struggles we experience, no matter how big or small they are, change us. They allow us to develop and change so that we are stronger, so that we can carry on with our heads held high, it gives us the knowledge that no matter what life throws at us we can and we will beat it every time.

In life people always ask themselves ‘why me?’ or ‘why now?’, next time you feel like asking those questions stop and breath, understand that those questions will not solve anything. You just need to battle your way through to the other side of the storm. It will be hard, but if you give up, you won’t see the wonders that are waiting for you on the other side.

Life is truly a lottery, some of us soar through life with ease and others battle endlessly. However at the end of the day, what will be will be. All you can do is battle on with the knowledge that you are fighting for a reason, that things will get better, and you will conquer every storm life throws at you.

Comments on: "Life is a Lottery" (6)

  1. …and I will be right beside you with as big an umbrella as i can carry to shield you from as much as I can, and to keep you moving forwards when the storm seems too strong. Love you xx

  2. Everything is right what you write.
    After long years with CD is my life motto:
    Forwards look. Giving up is no Optione
    I want to live, well live, thus I also live with dystonia.

    Alles ist richtig, was Du schreibst.
    Nach langen Jahren mit CD ist mein Lebensmotto:
    Nach vorne schauen. Aufgeben ist keine Optione
    Ich will leben, gut leben, also lebe ich auch mit Dystonie.

  3. Rebecca, I needed that lovely post today, thank you! -Pamela-

  4. Rebecca, I needed that lovely post today – having nothing to do with my dystonia – thank you. -Pamela-

  5. Have any of you thought about going to a chiropractor. I have same symptoms as you all but never been diagnosed with this. I go to a chirapractor and get adjusted because I can’t stay in. My spine pops out. Once this happens I get the tremors and pain all over. I believe this condition is the spine gets weak and does stay aligned and then causes the pain and tremors. After get in I’m fine no tremors.

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