Don't Believe Everything You Think

If I had believed everything I thought ten plus years ago I would either be dead, in the hospital having more surgeries with no college degree no husband and definitely childless. Everything I thought back then before I learned how to manage pain naturally did not come true. I no longer go to doctor’s for pain, I am very much alive, I have my Bachelors degree in Social Work, I am married, and I have a beautiful daughter who is the light of my life. So literally not one thing I thought back then came true. It all worked out.

This is what I should be realizing now. I am doing what I did back then when I start thinking negatively and worrying to a point of madness. I worry I won’t get pregnant again, I worry about pain management and how it impacts my day, I worry about money, I worry about things so much that I start believing them to be true. If not one of my beliefs came true from ten years ago there is a very high chance not one of my fears will come true now. Ten years from now I will most likely look back and say: “See Jessica, all those beliefs and fears were so false.” Fear can be defined as: False Evidence Appearing Real

We should all work on not believing everything we think. I’m living a life I never thought I would have because of my bike accident and chronic pain so all those thoughts I had back then were false.


Don’t Believe Everything You Think


5 thoughts on “Don’t Believe Everything You Think

  1. Thanks again, Jessica for another lovely post. I will say it, again, you are one of the most inspirational people I follow. I always look forward to reading your blog.
    đŸ™‚ Tammy

  2. I’m just speaking the truth. I’m having a horrible day, it’s been continuing to get worse as this day goes on. I’ll be posting, or at least attempting to, get my latest post up tonight. Won’t be easy with this pain, but I’m going to do my best to work through it.

  3. Thank you, Jessica. You are doing something to help me, whether you realize it or not. You inspire me every day. That is a big something and I thank you for that. I can’t even imagine be a little girl and having brain surgery and to grow up and be as positive and inspirational as you are. You are truly a lovely soul and I’m sure you inspire many others, as well. Can’t wait to read your next post. Have an awesome day. I know you have days when you suffer, too, but you seem to handle it much better than I do. I’m trying to learn to cope better by following people like you.
    Peace and Hugs,

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