Doctor's Orders

Last Update: May 11, 2016

I started putting off doing the courses and my website again, as I was too busy with other stuff. But while seeing my pain specialist he suggested I see a psychologist due to long term chronic pain from an injury.

I wasn't sure at first as I have never done anything like that before, but my family agreed that I should see someone, as they see the differences in me.

After a couple of sessions and me rambling - going from one subject to another, which I tend to do a lot, I got around to talking about my blog website and WA.

She had a look and seemed to be impressed, saying that blogging ticks off some ways to cope with certain problems. I also told my adult daughter, who was also impressed (even though I do mention her - without names - in my blogs).

Both told me to concentrate on my website whenever I can - this is my homework from now on.

Hearing their opinions has made me very keen to get stuck into all the WA training and my website.

I haven't stopped for the last few days, whenever I get a chance that is...

I have a long way to go and so much I want to do on my site. But I am learning more everyday.

I am really enjoying it as well, and can't wait until achieve the finished product.

I am just doing as I am told after all!

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Funkydunc208 Premium
I hope it gives you a great deal of strength and comfort. Enjoy all that you learn.
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LoreDonna Premium
Hi Gail, blogging is indeed a strong psychological remedy for many, even they don't realize this... ALL THE information here can be a little overwhelming, but take your time. .Baby steps!
Take care of your arms!
Monica
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Ultimateless Premium
WOW! That's a new one on me....blogging is good for health!
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WillingToTry Premium
Hello Gail, you certainly got my attention when you spoke about the benefits of blogging. I know the feeling of being overwhelmed that one gets when faced by the opportunities for training and learning here at W.A.

I thoroughly recommend that you "stick to your guns", just learn to pace yourself and don't suffer "burnout" in the meantime!

More strength to your arms,
kind regards,
~Arthur
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storm57 Premium
Thanks Arthur, I was surprised when I was told about the benefits as well.
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JudeP Premium
Well done on your progress so far. Make sure to reach out for help or just a chat if you need to :)
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storm57 Premium
Thanks Jude and will do
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