It may sound funny, but it begins with you and whether your bucket list is true and believable. Do you really want what's on your bucket list OR are you just wishing it could happen? Believe me, there is a huge difference between a bucket list and a wish list.
Self-purpose starts with faith or belief that you have more to do! In spite of your diagnosis, others' opinions and treatment of your disease – or even how you view yourself or are treating yourself.
Action is always fortified or energized by the meaning. Purpose leans to the definition of said act.
Okay, so you had a joint replaced because of your diagnosis (arthritis)!
Please remember 3 things at this juncture.
So, now what's your purpose taken from the moment you just finished reading this and moving forward?
Like me, do you have a ball hockey game you wished to share when you were very young?
Do you have a pony out there just waiting for you to ride? Are there things still wished for but not achieved? Then you're not done!
Since your diagnosis of Arthritis, do you see yourself differently? Here's one that you need to know about --- the Arthritis Foundation has done a study which shows that the physical symptoms of Arthritis can lead to psychological challenges such as:
Were you aware that proper arthritis management can help, assist and even delay other "aging" diseases?
One final note -- being told that you have a degenerative disease is not easy news to take and handling that diagnosis is seriously not easy (I know because I have been there), but at Motionize we can help! We not only treat the physical symptoms of Arthritis, we also help with the mental aspects. We work with you to find out how this diagnosis has affected your mindset, your self-perception and your motivation.
If you believe that you do see yourself differently now that you know you have the diagnosis of Arthritis, let Motionize help you regain your confidence and motivation. Call Mark Richardson at: 416-786-6401.
We service the Western Toronto area including: Etobicoke, Mississauga, Oakville and Brampton