But what if it can't be overcome?
Some things are with us for life, no matter what. For some, that's a hard pill to swallow. But as long as it isn't something life-threatening, we must remember that; that there are many people out there with terminal illnesses, and we are not one of them.
For myself, I learned something pretty upsetting after being involved in a car accident when I was twenty-one years old. It was bad enough to realize that the car that I loved and only had for three months was totaled forever, but when I went to physiotherapy for whiplash, and found out I had Scoliosis, my life changed forever.
It was scary, frustrating, and there were so many unanswered questions, but, looking back at the last twenty years since my diagnosis, I can honestly say that having Scoliosis, in many ways, has been a blessing.
Yes, I said that it's mostly been a blessing.
Because, overall, it's forced me to take better care of myself, it's made me push the envelope in a lot of ways, and it has made me look at life and people so much differently. It's also made me a better and stronger person, and has made others look up to me, which in turn, makes me feel better about myself.
I'll get into much more later, but for now, I'll tell you that having Scoliosis inspired me to write my second book.