Cheerfulness Can Be Sustained by Allowing Our Outlook to Evolve
In one of my latest columns, I discuss that we can maintain happiness if we allow our outlooks to grow as change comes our way. MG warriors are brave because we have no choice but to withstand obstacles if we want to make it to the light on the other side.
We need to reassure ourselves that nothing in life is permanent; life seasons come and go just as ocean waves ebb and flow. We must trust that what is for us will arrive at the right time, but it will never be predictable.
Self-sabotaging behaviors can be a thing of the past. We have the option to recreate ourselves. We must remain in a cycle of creating new habits while evolving and escaping past ones.
We can understand suffering from different outlooks. We can gain new compassion. Acceptance of the unknown may become more comfortable over time. Our definitions of what success looks like may change. We may alter our goals and redefine our purpose.
We must concentrate on what we can control in our MG journeys: the way we perceive them.
In what areas of life have you noticed having an evolving outlook since your MG diagnosis?
[caption id="attachment_16329" align="alignnone" width="300"] Jodi observes the crashing waves at Alamere Falls. (Photo courtesy of Jodi Enders).[/caption]
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