Watching our bodies morph into something we don’t recognize can be scary, painful and extremely difficult to navigate.
The journey changes us emotionally, too. We can have deep depression associated with living with a chronic illness, and have to take many steps to heal (repeatedly), because it is an ongoing/progressive condition.
But there are amazing people we find on the journey with us, and that alone helps, to not feel so alone, but even more, they elevate us, they build us up, they give us new found strength, and slowly our view of our body, our condition changes, and we can find a deep live and appreciation of all our bodies do for us every single day!
I had to change my perspective because I was in that deep depression, feeling like nothing we can do (because that is what we were told, because currently no cure).
But by starting training again I got back so much more than my mobility, I got back my soul, my essence of who I am, who I want to be, and appreciating all this life can show me.
We get this one body, this one shot at life, and I’m not going to sit by and watch it be taken from@me, I’m going to fight like hell to do what brings me joy. It may look differently than it once did, I may have to modify how I see it, but try I will ♥️ this community gives me that strength to keep trying.
This #lipedemafitness community lifts me up. I thank each and every one of you on the journey with lme.