Picture of a cloudy, sunset sky with the following text superimposed: “You have a choice each and every single day. I choose to feel blessed. I choose to feel grateful. I choose to be excited. I choose to be thankful. I choose to be happy.”
A picture of a genie and a woman mediating with a wisp coming from the genie’s mouth into the woman’s head. Text beneath that reads: “You either get bitter or get better. It’s that simple. You either take what has been dealt to you and allow it to make you a better person, or you allow it to tear you down. The choice does not belong to fate, it belongs to you.”

Note: In this context, getting better is in reference to getting better at coping with your challenges rather then in context of getting cured from a disease or illness.

Create Change

Hello Dazzle! Thanks for coming and hanging out with me today, I’m glad that you are here. Today I want to talk about the power that each of us hold in ourselves to create change. All too often, we accept the lie that a single person cannot affect change in the world around them. This is a lie. History proves to us that a single person can create watershed events that dramatically change the course of history. No, a single person cannot radically change the world. But a single person can be the spark that ignites the fire that ingulfs everything before it.

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The Existential Crisis

Hello my Zebras and Spoonies! Thanks for coming and hanging out with me today, I’m glad that you are here. Today I am going to be talking about the existential crisis and how they relate to having a chronic illness.

Let’s start off by talking about what an existential crisis is. Basically, it is when you reach a point in your life that you question the purpose, value and meaning of your life. This term comes from the ideas presented in existential philosophy. The central idea of which is that we have no purpose, value or meaning in life beyond that which we ourselves give it. Because of this, it is possible to have that foundation undermined.

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