What I’m learning and learning quite harshly is that life goes on with myeloma- this I knew; however
You can’t win being stubborn!
Though I’m a huge advocate of living a full and productive life, this does not mean doing things that are not considered unhealthy. My pattern of 4 -5 hours’ sleep has caught up to me in ways I didn’t think it would. My last post of a viral infection and now another huge health scare…. And may I say none of these have anything to do with multiple myeloma.
Lesson learned after a blood transfusion, collapsing, and seizure…. A change is going to come in one way or another. If you’re like myself constantly busy and not making the best decision in getting rest, take my words, you’re not going to win, because just when you want to be at the top of your game, your body will shut it down, and the hope is that it doesn’t shut you down permanently.
Lessons to be learned when terminally under watch (if you will):
-Little rest- opens the door for other relapses
-Poor diet- leads to problems
Well these are the main factors of lesson learned, not very difficult to remember to follow or lead, but for many we just don’t do what we’re supposed to do, until it’s too late.
I look at my diagnosis as a positive reflection of change, and for my own story I was doing well up until losing my mother a few years back, where I can now say I’ve slipped considerably on right from wrong.
Time for a refresher course…..
Watch out for my online seminar for working women who work with cancer-
How to maintain your health with the stress and employment
Date July 19 Time 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Interested – preregister (FREE) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Early registration = discount on book “Another Face of Multiple Myeloma”