Our new normal can knock us of centre. So, I'm sharing this not for sympathy or empathy but in the hopes that when the day comes and you are suddenly thrust into a "New Normal" you'll have some ideas on what to do and how to face it.
I was 27 the first time I was given catastrophic bad news. I had cancer. Then several days after surgery the news got worse. Michael you're cancer has spread it was in four locations. Well with over 25 years come and gone since that day it's much easier to talk about now. However it was a life altering moment.
I'd gone to the doctor for an appointment. At the time it seemed like the "flu" I had was hanging on and was attempting to make me a permanent host! I'd felt flu like for six plus weeks. I'd started sleeping 18 to 20 ours a day! Me. Mr Energy.... Not this time. So when I'd gone to the Doctors office for
|Michael H Ballard 2019|