This story gives me hope. I thank you!
You have two beautiful daughters! Thank God you are still with them. You are truly loved.
It would help to know how she did it…
Congratulations on your success with CHF. I hope you are still doing well.
I was hit with CHF, Afib, and pulmonary edema at age 59. After 7 days in the hospital when I came home I was too weak to pick up my 10 pound cat. Today it is 7 years later and I have made a very good recovery. I still have CHF and it still creates issues for me but it IS possible to achieve a longer life than you might think after CHF.
This wonderful lady didn't share too much about how she did it which would have been an encouragement to many, I am sure. But in my case, the first thing I had to do, which really didn't take much for me, was to determine in my mind I was not going to tuck my tail between my legs, lay down, and die. Instead, I got busy living by getting up, staying active, doing the medical things needed for my care, and resolving to go on with my life without focusing on the prospect of sure death. Everyone dies from some cause so why does it matter what gets you in the end?
Truthfully, anyone could get run over by a bus. Having a fatal disease does not mean it will be what ends your life. So I suggest putting all that stuff out of your mind and focusing on living your life to the fullest every minute of the day. I'm pretty sure that is just what this fine lady did.
Can you go on with your life? You bet you can! Just do it. I am a single guy, living alone, and work in my own business every single day. I also have a 20 acre farm and am actively working doing chores on my land, hunting, gardening, and enjoying a variety of pastimes. You can see me doing these things on my channel. Everything doesn't get done on time, and some things don't get done very well, but then again I have to do 100% of everything for myself as I have no family or anyone else to assist me.
It's pretty hard at times but I rejoice every single day that I awake and step out of bed. I absolutely NEVER have a bad day, even if bad things happen during the day. Every day that I am alive is a GOOD day. So if you have CHF, put your mind to it, forget about the hardships and difficulties, and plow right on through them. Stay active, stay engaged in your activities, and have a positive attitude. Most of all, thank God above for each day that you live! Each day is a gift; learn to appreciate it.
Best wishes to all CHF patients for a complete life.
I have heart failure but I do calisnethics
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