When you receive news about your health, especially when it’s a serious diagnosis like Osteoporosis, you sometimes feel as if everything is spinning. Then, you realize that life will be different moving forward.
Having been diagnosed with a life-altering illness will affect every aspect of your life. You may feel afraid, confused, angry, or overwhelmed.
Every person responds differently to a serious health diagnosis, and each situation is unique. However, there are some strategies you can use to avoid being overwhelmed when you get diagnosed with Osteoporosis.
So join me as I discuss these principles and see how they can change how you view your situation. You may soon realize that your diagnosis is, in fact, an opportunity and a blessing.
Thank you for listening to another informative episode of the Happy Bones, Happy Life podcast!
“When you put 100% attention on what you are doing, you just aren’t gonna feel overwhelmed because you’re so focused on the activity that you’re choosing to put your attention on now.” – Margie Bissinger
In this episode:
[01:39] – Choose where you want to put your energy and attention
[02:09] – Learn to say NO and delegate what you don’t need to do
[02:59] – How do we know if something is right for us or not?
[06:03] – Put 100% attention on everything you do
[07:24] – Quotes from The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
[09:09] – Make a decision
[10:53] – Choose progress over perfection
[12:44] – Recap of the principles to overcoming overwhelm when you get an Osteoporosis diagnosis
[15:14] – What happens during The Summit?
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