Resolutions for the Chronic and Terminally Ill
Anyone could start a resolution at any time of the year, it all depends on the consistency the person gives. Having a chronical illness could be hard to stay on track and be motivated.
Learn more about how to make a resolution for chronic and terminal illness to better your life today.
What Resolutions to take
When a patient struggles with a chronical illness it can take a toll on them and make them not want to live the life they deserve.
By giving yourself a break and asking people around you for help in making certain wishes come true, could be beneficial. Become your own advocate for yourself and research things about your illness and what you can do to make it better. Do what you love doing, spending alone time with yourself could help you realize what truly matters and what brings you joy.
Some tips on focusing on yourself could be to:
-Manifest your dreams
-Cherish memories with family and friends
-Make a bucket list
Giving yourself a fresh start is what it’s all about, clearing any negative energy and thinking positive is the way to go!
The first steps in accepting your chronical illness and moving forward with your life is to stop feeling guilty for yourself. Feeling worthless and guilty about your illness is only going to make things worse. So, it’s time to let that in the past and live for the future.
Stop feeling sorry for yourself. Feeling sorry for yourself due to a chronical illness is only going to make your self-esteem become lower not allowing you to be the best version of yourself.
Stop comparing yourself with other people. Everyone’s life is different and everyone struggles with their own battles. comparing yourself is only going to bring you down. Start focusing on who you are and how far you’ve come.
Seek counseling. Getting counseling is not for the weak. Everyone could get counseling no matter what the circumstance is. Talking to someone will help you achieve your goals and help you cope with your illness.
Participate in emotional support groups. Speaking with multiple people who are dealing with the same illness could help you in the long run. Not feeling alone and feeling accepted from others who are dealing with same, will help better cope with the depression and anxiety side that comes with the illness.
Learn more about how to become a better version of yourself and what the next steps are for you with a terminal illness. If you have any questions regarding end of life care, reach out to us at your preferred time.