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|Strength In Meniere's disease, What I Had to learn.|
|Written by Greytabby|
|27 May 2011|
Meniere's is very hard to deal with. And that is an understatement. A person suffers 10 fold. Hearing sounds that can drive them to tears. Explosive pressure and pain in the head. Anger and depression.
Equilibrium that can exhaust you just concentrating as you struggle to keep balance and composure.
Crazy vision were too much light hurts and to little jumbles the mind. I forget words even as I speak them. And grope for words.
It's so frustrating.
For years I have hated my plight. I felt sorry for myself.
But I decided no more!! For such things can only defeat me if I allow it.
There are kids with cancer. Kids who refuse to give in. To some their bald heads look funny.
But they display them as signs of strength.
So I rethink this plight of meniere's.
Balance problems are met with a gift of strong concentration.
Frustration becomes strength of determination.
and the list goes on.
You see all of us have difficulties. and to counter them...We have gifts.
And we are the masters of our choice.
True...meneire's is all the difficulties listed above. But the strengths we develop Are no less real.
Those cancer kids know that what we choose to learn is our choice.
What will you learn?
Kat Elsea Justice.
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