What a difference for there to be more and more discussion over diagnosis from the patients themselves and with medical teams in order to get ever closer to getting things right with pinpoint accuracy! In order to do so medical teams have had to translate their grand labels into terminology that people can understand; to not do so was rather like both parties trying to negotiable with a brick wall in a bomb blast.
Perhaps the labels should now be more in the form of an assessment of things that need to be addressed under these five key headings:
- Financial abuse
- Intellectual abuse
- Emotional abuse
- Physical abuse
- Natural disasters
If any and all are assessed in this way what could happen is that the symptoms (and therefore old labels) become less important as the cures become ever more obvious. It is irrelevant in our opinion as to how a person is distressed, what matters is the WHY are they?
There are two major snags with this approach, the first is obvious, it feeds into a class structure which itself can lead to prejudice. The second is less obvious but is also based in the same prejudice, namely that no one wants to be seen as equal to everyone else. The fact that we are not and never will be we are adept at forgetting until we feel hard done by in any way. The question is do we really want to be equal to everyone else, and the resounding answer is no. We merely want an equal chance which is entirely different. We desire the opportunity to be whatever we wish to be without obstacles in our way, but the obstacles are bit by bit being kicked away by people like you. With such determination to beat what should never have been the cause of illness in our world today and with evermore people signing up to help win that battle, we can only ever succeed.
Ten final healing things to learn
- Learn how to walk away and ignore all that is bad for us
- Learn how to fill our lives with all things creative, constructive, positive
- Learn how to dare to share and with who, when, and why to trust others, what for and how
- Learn how to form happy, rewarding symbiotic relationships
- Learn how to find joy and interesting hobbies and work to do
- Learn how to prevent ourselves and our loved ones from becoming ill
- Learn how to cope with new troubles, hurts and losses as well as new successes and nice surprises
- Learn how to cope with old memories being raked up
- Learn how to adapt, evolve to find ever more peace within ourselves and all that we engage with.
- Learn how to find laughter
and to celebrate safely without harm to ourselves or others
Onwards to those happiest of all our days for our children’s sake and that of our children’s children... keep fighting in that way and be assured you’ll get there. Yearn and long for it, work for it and it will surely come just as day always follows night.