Something Dork Dad just said in another post got me thinking.
You know, when we go to a doctor and they dismiss our symptoms, how do we feel?
Usually less than perfect. We feel like something is wrong with us.
What do we feel when the medications aren't working? Again as if there is something wrong with us.
Again, and again the standard protocol with this disease appears to disempower the patient. We end up believing that we are less than worthy.
This can lead to passivity and depression.
I think dork dad's wife, by going through her process, teaches us alot.
We need to regain our self-worth, and feeling that we deserve health.
I watched a video recently that addresses this too: "The Secret"
It shows how whatever we believe we manifest.
I think this is particularly applicable to Lyme because of how confusing and muddled patient care can be, and how long it can take to recover.