40,000-49,999 SparkPoints 44,025

Can You Accept Change?

Monday, January 28, 2013

Have you ever experienced a change in your life that was so great that you didn't know what to do?
Sooner or later you'll experience a crisis in your life, and how you meet it will determine your future happiness and success.
I just went through a multitude of Crisis' and it isn't easy to get back on track...

I lost my Dad in December, I almost ended up in the hospital due to complications due to Diabetes, I have multiple nerve problems now because of the complications, my Daughter moved back home without a job... Bad Right?

Not Really...

In this situation, My daughter has helped me through my Crisis by providing transportation to me and Mom , She has helped My Mom (Grammie) she has also helped me around the house getting back on track... so you see... all's not what it may seem

A closer look will show you that most "crisis situations" are opportunities to either advance or stay where you are. In fact, most changes in your life will take place out of either "inspiration" or "desperation."

Whatever comes your way, give it meaning and transform it into something of value. Your personal growth is the process of responding positively to change. It's that positive (or Negative) way of thinking that will define you as a person. Good or Bad... you are you!

Can you accept change? This is up to you... I prefer to take a bad situation and turn it into a positive result... It may not be 100 % the way you want it but it will improve your situation!

Until Next Time...
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
    I hope you are feeling better now and able to get on track. Thank goodness for children!
    1906 days ago
    Ray, I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. It is good that your daughter is with you to help out. I love your positive attitude.
    1912 days ago
    So sorry Jukebox to hear of your losing your dad. I lost my dad in 1998 , and I still get tears in my eyes at times and miss him , but as you say we must adapt and accept the changes we have no control over. Your blog is inspiring and positive. You have the gift of writing well. I hope your health is improving, Best Regards, Spark friend Lucy S.

    1935 days ago
  • KUTEY5041
    Sorry about you dad and your health issues. I am glad that you found positives to hold on to and go forward.

    I don't know if you remember me. I was here two or three yrs ago. We played the games and things on psychic sparkers. I think I left right before Kooch (Carol) left us. I wanted to say hi and that I am glad you are still here. emoticon
    1942 days ago
    So sorry about the loss of your Dad. You've done a great job making lemonade from those lemons!! emoticon
    1944 days ago
    Sorry for all the misfortune but you have used it to your
    advantage and made it a postive! HUGS!
    1944 days ago
    My dad was pretty special to all of us... He'll be missed
    1944 days ago
  • L*I*T*A*
    so sorry to hear about the lose of your Dad.......

    emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1944 days ago
  • SCOOTER4263
    Accept change? I wish it were a yes/no thing - you could check the "no" box and things would stay the same for a while...

    But, as one annoying (just kidding...sort of) neighbor of mine says, "The only constant in life is change."

    It's kind of like standing in the ocean - the waves are going to come. You choose whether to stand firmly planted and get plowed face-first into the sand, or to let yourself ride over the swells. Sounds like you've definitely learned to ride the waves, and after getting a mouthful of sand more than once, I finally have as well.

    It's amazing, the things you learn through adversity that you never would have learned from happy and easy.
    1944 days ago
    I hope if and when bigger crisis come into my world I remember your inspiration and grace. Really hoping your situations improve. emoticon
    1944 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/28/2013 1:57:56 PM
    Words to live by :D
    1944 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment

    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.