Setting Your Intention To Survive!
The old notion of the all-knowing doctor and the passive, compliant patient still works some of the time. But if you’re facing a life-threatening illness, there’s a good chance that this outcome may not be optimal. Not because doctors aren’t trying, but because cancer is one of the most complex, sly, sophisticated illnesses to ever plague humanity. its sole purpose is to destroy mankind as it takes your body’s nutrients, blood supply, and immunity, and uses it against you. Therefore, it’s critical that cancer patients become informed and engaged, and that they set their intention to survive. ( many miss this step )
If I had not taken the bull by the horns, researched my illness, and been engaged in my care, I wouldn’t be alive today. If I had been a “good” compliant patient who only followed the options that were laid out for me, I would be a dead man. What many patients don’t ask themselves is What do I have to do to stay alive? What do I have to know to stay alive? What are the actions I need to take right now to stay alive? What kind of skill sets do I need to learn to stay alive? And in the end, it comes down to this critical question: Do I deserve to make my survival the most important thing in my life, and learn to delegate? Sadly, these are questions that many individuals do not ask themselves at all.
If you’ve been diagnosed with any cancer, but especially and unusual, advanced, or aggressive malignancy, you’ve got to find answers to these questions. If you can’t find them yourself, you must reach out to others to help you discern what to do!
Don’t become complacent! Get engaged in your own survival! Find your lifelines!