It’s your life warriors. Try to live it to the best of your abilities. Nobody can live it for you!
So for this week’s #PainWarriorPepTalk, remember that your life is yours to live warriors. Try to live it to the best of your abilities. Nobody can live it for you! We don’t know how long we have left so let’s try to make the most of it. Don’t let your struggles manipulate you to believe that you are not allowed to have a life that you can enjoy.
I will be posting an article in the coming days to share tips with you on how to live your life to the fullest. After all warriors, we’re learning to live our best life yet! Keep an eye out!
Discussion time! 😁 For those working warriors, or those who used to work while juggling their illness – comment & share your tips on how you cope(d) with your illness at work 🗣
This will be helpful for those who need advice or encouragement 👍🏾
#TuesdayTalks has now been rebranded #PainWarriorTalks. They’ve been given a new image and a new name! 😃 The talks will still be posted every Tuesday!
Keep going. Remember that you are a warrior. That means you are a fighter.
I think this week’s Pain Warrior Pep Talk is needed!
I know some of you have been struggling and feeling like things just won’t ease up. Like the weight of your problems are crushing you. Life can become frustrating when it seems like one issue with your health has backed off, but another has now reared it’s ugly head. Keep going. Remember that you are a warrior. That means you are a fighter. You were built to endure this war. Trust that a season will come where things will ease up for you – whether it be a remission, a cure, or one of your problems passes. IT. WILL. COME.
There is a scripture that I often hold on to during my toughest days or weeks;
“We are pressed on every side by troubles, but we are not crushed. We are perplexed, but not driven to despair.” 2 Corinthians 4:7
This scipture came from a letter that was written by a man named Paul. He was an apostle who had faced many trials, tribulations, abuse – physical and verbal due to his faith in God. This quote in itself highlights the facts that as a believer, we WILL encounter situations and pains that will feel like we are being broken down, but we won’t be crushed. We won’t be destroyed by it. I have found this has helped me because I turn to God for strength when I feel like chronic migraine is weighing me down. Like everybody else, I also struggle. But I cannot rely on my own strength. If I did, I would have ran out of strength and given up on my life eventually. But it is God who continues to renew mine when I feel like quitting. Now I share this not to preach at people and convince you to get baptised tomorrow, but to be one hudred percent transparent about how I get through my tough times, and HOW it is that I manage to stay afloat and have the energy to encourage people. If I was to exclude my faith from this to suit people’s feelings – then that, quite frankly, would make me a fraud and a liar.
This is what keeps me going, I hope it will encourage you warriors. You can have an amazing future lying ahead of you. However, you’ll only get to see it if you keep on pushing and don’t give up. I’m in right in the middle of this struggle with you. Keep your head up warriors.
Until next time,
Hey warriors! I’ve been quiet for the past week as it was the last (and craziest) week at school. But I am now FINISHED FOR THE SUMMER!! So expect lots of content on the Pain Warrior Code 😁🙌🏾
Hey warriors, Pain Warrior Code has been sharing posts called #TuesdayTalks where anyone participate in conversation on instagram, twitter and Facebook. However I know some of you don’t have accounts on the other platforms so I’ll be posting them on here also.
This week’s topic is: what do you wish more people had awareness about? This could be your illness, struggles or symptoms that come along with it – join in with the chat and voice your opinion by posting in the comments section!