Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing


Super Effective Tips To Help You Stay Positive Even When Suffering With Kidney Disease

by Jenny McNally
Your world as you know it has been completely shaken and flipped upside down because your doctor has just let you positive lifestyleknow that you’re suffering from an illness known as kidney disease. You have no idea what’s going to happen or whether your life will ever be the same again.

You begin by talking things out with your doctor and other so-called kidney specialists but you feel it doesn’t matter what they say because deep down you feel bitter and completely alone. You wish things would change and that this is all but a nightmare that you’ll wake up from any moment from now, but obviously that never does actually happen!

Most people out there that go through the experience of being told that they have an illness of some sort will usually go through the phases of first denying that they have the illness, then getting really angry, then going into a state of depression, and finally accepting the fact that they have the disease.

But if you want to remain positive and move toward getting into really amazing health, it’s going to be really important that you go from the denial stage to acceptance right away. This will not only be mentally and emotionally easier but it will also set you up for developing the positive mindset you need to move forward and overcome kidney disease for good.

Your mind has a physiological affect on your body and this is proven by many scientific research studies out there such as the work done by Dr Candace Pert.

This is precisely why it’s going to be very important that you try to remain as positive as you possibly can, because the better you feel, the easier it’s going to be for you to get into really great health… it’s that simple.

You will also want to avoid being one of those people that keeps moving from being happy and joyful at one moment to being sad and miserable the next. This is going to totally drain you of your energy both mentally and physically and on top of that you will get nowhere! Instead you should implement the tips that I share below to keep yourself in a positive frame of mind at all times. Do this and getting into great health will be a walk in the park!

1. Totally Avoid Labeling Yourself in Negative Ways

You need to stop thinking of yourself as a failure every time something goes wrong. It’s a terrible habit and it will get you nowhere!

We are all guilty of being that individual who keeps thinking back and reflecting on all the possible things we could have done to prevent the failure from occurring; however that attitude will not get you anywhere productive. Rather you need to accept your situation (such as having kidney disease) and move forward as best as you can! This is the key to improving your life and getting better results.

2. Your Biggest Problems Are Your Greatest Treasures

The reality is that the most successful people on this planet have only been able to succeed after going through a period of hardship at some point in their life. But instead of getting overwhelmed by the hardship that they were facing, they used it as muscle to move forward and achieve what they set out to achieve.

Your current condition with kidney disease is no different. In fact you even have the opportunity to turn this hardship around and go onto experience even greater success than you could have ever imagined.

Now this doesn’t mean that every single one of you is going to go on to experience some great fame and fortune, but you still have the chance to use this hardship to make great inner discoveries about yourself. I’ve seen many people out there go on to actually appreciate their own lives a whole lot more… others have gone on to actually start appreciating and respecting the people that they love the most even more. And then of course there are many other discoveries that people have gone off to make.

What discoveries you end up making will be totally dependent upon you. But know that under every hardship is the chance for you to move forward and get some great reward out of it.

3. Start To Overcome Your Problems One Step at a Time

You will find that all the greatest accomplishments of the past, such as the Great Wall of China, were all done by putting in a lot of work over a really long period of time. It wasn’t done overnight and there were no shortcuts to getting the end result.

But the sad truth about today’s world is that most people are busy trying to find one shortcut after the next. But none exists, so of course, eventually most people give up on their dreams.

But let me tell you right now that nothing is out of your reach if you are prepared to put in the work and dedicate yourself. Getting results will become a walk in the park if you just do the work every single day.

However it’s really important that you take it one baby step at a time. Do this and there’s no way that you are not going to be able to achieve what you want to achieve.

4. Develop The Habit of Gratitude

You really need to develop the habit of gratitude because it’s the key to helping you focus on the things that you do have rather than paying attention to the things that you don’t have.

To develop this habit of gratefulness, you’re going to want to begin every day by writing down all the things that you love, appreciate and are truly grateful for.

Every person’s list is going to be different and therefore it doesn’t matter what you write down. But by doing this, you will find that you’re going to start to feel better and better which will of course result in you moving toward good health a lot faster!

So there you go guys, all the information you’re going to need to overcome kidney disease and stay positive at the same time. Make sure that you’re implementing the tips every single day, and trust me, soon enough you’ll end up in truly incredible health!

Overcoming kidney disease is a walk in the park when you know the exact steps you need to follow.

About the Author

Jenny McNally has a passion for helping people overcome the disease and if you’d like to read more of her articles then I’d highly recommend that you check out where you will find a ton of cool information on the topic.

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