My So Called Dizzy Life

My Chronicles of Vertigo, Nystagmus, Imbalance & Dizziness

The Power of Positive Vision Things

on July 30, 2012

Without a cure for this dizzy nonsense, I figured I’d make up my own cure and try the power of positive thinking.  I’ve never made a vision board before but it seemed like it would be a good tool to help me focus on getting better.   I look at this board multiple times every day and repeat a healing mantra.  And being as today my primary care doctor emailed me that I needed to follow back up with the head and neck doctors because I am “not doing optimally with continual improvement,” it seemed like a good day to unveil this.

As a beautiful soul reminded me today, “It’s important to remember that you CAN and WILL make a full recovery from your balance disorder.”

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2 responses to “The Power of Positive Vision Things

  1. Emily, who sent you to a Head and Neck doctor? Was he or she able to help sort out your issues? I am trying to get my ENT to refer me to one as I think mine is more neck related. I am curious how you made out with a doctor like that. Lynda

    P.S. I give you credit for trying to think positive. I find it hard after 16 years to think that way though.

    • Emily says:

      Hi Lynda,
      My health insurance/provider is Kaiser and their ENT’s are in the Head and Neck Surgery Department. The first ENT that I saw ended up referring me to another, who was more specialized and familiar with cases like mine. Read this blog post for more on that visit.

      I can only imagine how hard it must be to stay positive after 16 years. I am so sorry that you’ve been dealing with this for so long. I am doing my best to stay positive because I just don’t know any other way to cope with this.

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