Are You Ready To Give Up Today?

I found the following posts on a random blog this evening and thought it had a great message. Or a few great messages:
1. There is always someone worse off  than you, no matter how bad you may think your life is.
2. You can not predict the future, you never know what is around the next corner. 
3. Miracles do happen.
4. Sometimes bad things happen to good people, and you never know what lesson you are meant to learn, if you learn the lesson you don’t have to repeat the experience and if you learn from an experience, the simple fact that you learned something transforms it into a good thing.
5. Don’t give up.
6. Sometimes what we want more than anything is not what is best for us and we have to trust that there is a greater plan.
7. If you don’t like the first opinion get a second and a third, no matter what is happening in your life there is always going to be someone who will bring you down. Believe in yourself, not in the negativity of others. They don’t have a crystal ball either.
When I am completely stuck towards my goal and no way to go on, what should I do? Honestly, this time I won’t be able to live without that dream. I failed a few times through my life. Thats were so so hard and sad heartbreaking story. If I fail this time, I may loose any kind of motivation. Why is life so attacking even if I don’t attack. Why do we born to be f***** like that?

Virali ModiVirali Modi, aka hotwheels.

I was going to go to college, go to medical school, be a heart surgeon, but I lost my legs.

What I’m trying to say is that you can’t let your hopes down because something bad happened. You can’t be demotivated because you think that it won’t work out.

Everyone experiences minor demotivation from time to time, that doesn’t mean we should give up. I firmly believe that you should continue, whatever it is that you desire, even if you have a few set backs, even if there are more than a few.

To answer your question, yes, life does surprise. It’ll surprise you when you least expect it.

When I went to India in 2008, I went to a lot of doctors who said that I’ll walk, I’ll run, and I’ll dance. That gave me great hope and I was optimistic.

In 2010, after doing countless treatments, procedures, and astrological gimmicks, I went to a doctor who told me that I wouldn’t walk and that I should give up.

Along with that, I had a crappy boyfriend whose actions gave me suicidal thoughts. I hated myself and I began hating everyone around me. It felt as if I was stuck in a deep well with no way of getting out. I felt abandoned.

A couple of days after I went to the doctor, that my mom’s friend of recommended. Her son is also wheelchair bound and she recommended that I try stem cells out. A doctor just a few kilometers away was providing the treatment.

We went to the doctor, and he said that I have more of a chance to walk than what all the other doctors initially estimated. He guaranteed that I’d walk. I was appalled because I haven’t ever heard of a doctor speak with so much confidence.

After two stem cell procedures and intense physical therapy, I’m able to contract the muscles in my legs, which seemed impossible at first.

What I aim to tell you with this story is that you shouldn’t give up, no matter how cloudy or dark things may seem to you. If you believe in yourself and if you believe in what you’re aiming to achieve or do, things will work out.

An optimistic attitude, hard work, and belief is needed in order to achieve things that may seem difficult or downright crazy.

Life will surprise you when you’ve run out of options. You’ll realize it soon enough.

3 thoughts on “Are You Ready To Give Up Today?

  1. Sinderella

    I think you’re amazing! When I figured out that my former best friend is an N it took so long because I was so confused because it made NO sense at all and our “break up” was just completely unnecessary. Yours was the first blog I found after I kind of reverse-engineered our relationship and figured out that his dumb ass is an N. After wading through website after website with the DSM lists and clinical technical data I almost cried with relief when I found LWaT. I was a psych major in college so I understood the other texts but it’s just not the same as your relating. Thank you so much for sharing. I really can’t tell you how much it helped me to know that I wasn’t alone.


    1. Carrie Reimer Post author

      Sinderella, I am so glad you have found something that has helped you here. Thank you for letting me know, it makes it what I went through worthwhile knowing I can help others by sharing my story.
      Big hug and positive thoughts coming your way.



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