You never really know how much you’ve changed until you look back on your journey.
I remember I was and especially at the age of 15, you’d never think anything like that would happen but that’s life, it’s full of mysteries
This is what recovery is all about. It’s the ups, the downs, the struggles and the joys that get you through. It’s your journey alone, you cant let the bad times keep you down you’ve got to keep working, keep pushing, keep moving. You will get there eventually, the only person who has to believe it, is you.
A new comfort seems to arise now, and I guess the only answer is, life is truly what you make it
Just remember that you can do anything in your life. It’s your choice.
I started playing basketball when I was 8 years old; ever since then it has been one of the biggest parts of my life.
I am on my way to achieving something I didn’t think was possible 6 months ago.
I must say seeing them written down makes it ten times easier and is a really good motivator.
The idea of me playing basketball again seemed to really concern my surgeon and didn’t seem like something I should even consider if I wanted to have a healthy knee again. At this point I was having second thoughts about the operation I had just had, was it a good or bad decision?
In life things happen to all of us, whether its good or bad, things happen, that’s life.
week #1 - the start of my next rehab journey.
This day marks 341 days since my knee reconstruction, and also marks the day where I start over again. 12 weeks ago I promised myself that I would change my life, something I never thought I was capable of doing.My phyiso and I sat down and put goals in place, and for the first time … Continue reading #3 SECOND TIME LUCKY