When one is tested with the disruption of illness or ailment, it sets a new parameter in determining our comfort zone. To be human is to label what we call “good days” and “bad days” and with time, self-care, medical and complementary therapies, nutrition, rest, exercise, and a positive attitude, those good days become better days and the bad days may just transition into good days.
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