Even if you are struggling to find the tiniest ounce of happiness right now, please know you are loved and you are important in this world. Do not give up no matter what. It has officially been ten years since the beginning of my quest to find answers and receive a diagnosis living with this disease. This is my first post in almost an entire year which is absolutely crazy to think I waited this long. I am currently editing all entries on my Lyme page and hope to have everything updated as soon as possible. I found this picture from three years ago and I never thought I would make it this far. I do believe remission is possible and I continue to keep moving forward with a positive attitude. After six years of wearing knee braces I was finally able to say good riddance to them. I am still in the process of baby steps in regards to where I need to be physically and have quite a journey ahead. However, despite all the stress that comes along every single day living with a chronic illness and being in constant pain, I have a brighter outlook when it comes to thinking of the future. Since moving away, I was blessed to meet an amazing woman who literally saved my life without me even realizing it. She took care of me for nearly two years and helped rehabilitate me. She made me stronger mentally, physically and emotionally. I am eternally grateful for her presence and I will always be reminded of how one person can drastically alter your entire existence. I can honestly admit that in the past I was toxic. I was cynical and only thought from a negative aspect; never believing anything positive. I am not the same person I was even a few months ago and I am so proud of how far I have been able to push myself. It is an ongoing process of retraining your brain after being on so many drastic remedies for such a long period of time. However, I am willing to keep fighting. I am still figuring out who I am as an individual and who I want to become. I randomly decided to write tonight because you never know what is waiting for you in life and I may not get a chance to do it tomorrow. My goal for now is to post as frequently as I can until my health is a little more stable. Thank you for still being supportive of my ongoing effort to grow and share my experience living with Chronic Lyme disease. I truly appreciate all of you.
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