Since, I don't have a pattern of seizures every single month, they aren't even willing to consider me.. So, basically I need be worse before I can be better.. Trying to be preventive isn't highly recommended, i guess.
I get that their reasoning because on some level they want their client to have a serious need.. On another level, the dog costs $30,000, which I am willing to fund raise and pay for, if they are willing to accept me through their application process.
I think the hardest part about all this is...
I was free and clear for 1 year.
I had this assurance that this was over..
I felt secure and safe again.
I finished a marathon..
I was feel confident..
Afraid of not being able to complete #double dare
Fearful of losing everything...
In all of this, I'm trying to remain hopeful, positive and strong. I believe in every situation, we find a purpose and I'm hoping that in some way, this will make me a better person.. I'm supposed to learn something.. Things have never been easy for me, so somehow this is going to teach me..
Question: How do you handle life's challenges? What are your coping skills??