One of the best experiences I have had in transformative self-reflection was to start journaling to write my book about 6 years ago.
We really do not know each others true battles, and writing a book or journaling is such a powerful way to share it. Even if you never get it published, it helps you find your voice when you are ready for others to hear your story.
Here are just a few of the revelations that this exercise revealed to me:
I have been selfish
Before I got my Epilepsy under control, I did not even stop to think about how witnessing my Grand Mal seizures would affect others.
It was all about me... Ekkss!
What a wakeup call!
I am truly blessed
Every Day I am thankful to be alive.
In the thick of my battle with Epilepsy, doctors told me I may not make it to 65.
Well, here I am today. I am 61 and I am just getting started.
I feel great!
I can do more
Specialists always focused on....
What I can’t do, What I shouldn't do
I get that as it could affect others safety
What about all the things I can do?
What a mindset change.
Which led me to believe that my experiences have taught me a lot of incredible lessons, that I want to use to help others struggling through the same things that I did.
I set off on a path to find out how I can best give back in life from an authentic place.
What will your story reveal to you?
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By Liz Nicholls - Freedom Coach for Women with Epilepsy & Transformational Coach for Women Over 50