I guess I belong to the multiple-issues club as well. It certainly makes life a challenge, but it has also helped make me who I am. Some of the the list is below. There is more, but it is awfully boring:
Anterior Cruciate Ligamant injuries in both knees
Allergies (seasonal, food, environmental, and medication)
Arthritis (osteo and rheumatoid) - I need both knees replaced.
Asthma (rescue inhaler and steroid inhaler)
Bursitis (chronic in both elbows)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Compression fracture in my back
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
So how do you deal with the day-to-day stuff of getting on with life despite the challenges? For me, some days are better than others, but the majority of the days have been pretty good. I have to remember to make sure I don't have a recto-cranial inversion, stay positive, and try to make other people's days better so that my own can be enriched.
Best wishes to all of you!
Refuse to be beaten by inanimate objects, inflexible minds, and incompetent practices.
| Pounds lost: 95.4