So, you have to have surgery and nearly die. You’re brought into ICU and your husband is told you are on a ventilator in a coma. A countless number of physician’s, nurses and other care providers were either involved in, or witness to, the attempts to save your life. Frankly, no one is giving you a chance.
Then … you WAKE UP!
Now you’re being told that lightning DOES strike twice: you survive a flawed, life-threatening surgery, only to be given a terminal cancer diagnosis!
And, no hope is provided. The only options provided you are essentially what is considered “left-over.”
As a person wanting resilient health, you must learn to be your own advocate. This is very challenging and requires courage. You must also gather a support system around you. And, finally, you must have faith.