This is exactly what I’ve gone through since the age of three.
Of course it sucks.
Of course, I hate it.
The problem is, there’s no way for me to avoid getting needle sticks.
So, I go to my doctor appointments, practice the self-hypnosis that I taught myself as a teenager, and hope for a good nurse who doesn’t mistake me for a voodoo doll.
Knowing that there’s no escape and that I will probably always have to get stuck with needles for the rest of my life makes me pretty flipping angry.
This week’s video teaches you why it’s okay to be angry at your illness.
You’ll also learn how to get rid of that anger, so it doesn’t make you sick.
Here’s proof that holding your in anger causes illness:
Researchers at the University of Valencia conducted a study on how anger impacts the body.
Results showed that anger had not only a negative effect on participants’ minds and psychological well being, but also an effect on their heart rate, arteries and hormone production. (reference: http://goo.gl/wnDSW)
So, watch my video and learn how to let go of that anger!
If you know someone who’s angry at their illness, share this article with them. Please also leave a comment if you know what I’m talking about!