Ensure proper healing

Ensure proper healing

By Jean Ricot Dormeus
Several decades ago, my dad was surprised to see a stubborn wound on his right leg. In the beginning, he attributed it to his farming activities and expected it to heal soonest. However, the injury played the yo-yo with him for a long while. At some point, He made up his mind to get rid of the intermittent wound and sought treatment. He got properly diagnosed and the injury finally healed following assiduous efforts and adequate remedy. Can healing take place as a matter of course? Not as often as you would wish.

Most disruptions of the body and the mind, breaches in relationships or career failures require a conscious decision to start healing. If you value the philosophy “ignore it and it will go away”, then you are in for a brutal awakening. Your disturbance will either deteriorate or come and go until you invest some thought and effort into it. When nature does not work its miracles in time, it’s time to take healing seriously.

Usually, you discern an alert to your life disruptions through pain, discomfort or embarrassment. An unattended alert from the cause leads to the worsening of the effect. Even when you deal timely with the alert, healing may be slow in showing up. So goes the saying “trouble comes riding a horse and leaves walking”. The sooner you address your issues, the less delayed are your desired results.

Paying timely attention takes you halfway through. You need effective diagnosis, remedy and procedure to get through. In many cases, seeking professional advice will form the backbone of your healing strategy. In all cases, educating yourself about your issues will enhance your sense of control and keep you on the right path.

Noticing abnormalities in your life? Ensure proper healing soonest.

Jean Ricot Dormeus

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“To concede defeat when you are entrusted with a mission amounts to jeopardizing the utility and quality of the rest of your life. Is it worth it?”

Jean Ricot Dormeus, Land of Dormant Dreams – A Walk into the Future, p. 61