When you need to have a quick chat with someone who’s not a big social media fan…
I got a few calls this week from people who are not fans of the social media chatter that’s taking place right now.
The folks were calling me up and saying, “Hey, I want to make sure you know that I don’t think you are the best person to speak to about my personal health issues.”
But I had to tell them, “No, I don’s not.
You can talk to me, and you can talk with me, if you’re interested in learning more about how I’m feeling about my health.”
They didn’t want to put their trust in me to tell me how to do it.
So I had some time to think about it.
I talked with a couple friends who have tried everything to get better, and I think that’s what I wanted to share.
But what really helped me to realize what’s going on with my health is I had never been in a room where I felt like, “I know how to tell you, ‘Hey, my doctor is not the best guy to tell this to,'” I could hear their voice in my head.
I was just listening to my body and feeling it, and that’s how I started to understand my body.
So what is it about my body that’s causing these things?
How can we learn more about that?
And what can we do to improve our own health?
One of the best things that I did when I was working at a hospital was I did some research on how the body works and how the brain works, so I started looking into different treatments that I was seeing in hospitals around the world.
And the thing that surprised me was how many people said that they felt like they were having a better relationship with their doctors, that they were seeing a better response, and a better understanding of what they were doing.
So if I’m not getting the right help for my symptoms, or I’m still struggling to understand how to treat my symptoms and to find a treatment that works for me, then maybe I need to take some time out of my day and think about what I can do to try to improve my health.
So the next time I get a call, I ask myself, “Am I having a good conversation with my doctor?
Am I being listened to?”
Or, “Is my body telling me that I’m doing well?”
Or even, “Do I really need this treatment?”
If I feel like my body is telling me something, then I know I’m going to get the right answer.
And that can be a real positive thing to look at.
The other thing that I noticed that was really helpful was, I felt really confident in my body because I felt so comfortable, and it felt like I was really connected to the people that were telling me what I needed to know.
So when I talked to people about what they’re doing, I found that I really enjoyed that aspect of it, because I’m a really private person.
I don, I can’t really talk about it, but I’m pretty open about everything.
And I was actually kind of surprised at how much people cared about what my body was telling them.
And so I found it really useful to be able to talk about that because it was really empowering.
One of my colleagues, Dr. Jillian K. Schmiel, also recently told me, “You can be your body’s doctor, and your doctor is your body, and the body is what you want it to be.”
So I’m really looking forward to the future.
What I’m seeing with my own body is that I can feel my body, I’m talking to my doctors, and what I feel is my body communicating with me.
And it’s so amazing that this is happening.
It’s not like I’m looking at my body through a mirror.
And sometimes I don´t know if I want it anymore.
It seems like my mind is always thinking about it and I feel disconnected from my body at all times.
I just don’t know where I’m supposed to be.
So it seems like I need some kind of therapy to help me find that balance.
But when you’re talking to someone who is their own person, who you really respect, and who you actually have some relationship with, I think it can really open you up to a better life, too.