So here I am, writing a blog. Iv always felt a bit unsure about blogs, like the world has gone mad, everyone wants to paint a picture of their ‘perfect life’ that’s not so perfect in reality. Everyone’s an expert. Sally went to spain for two weeks and now has a travel blog. Barry did an online course for £40 and is now a nutritional bone structure advisor . ( Could be a thing ) But I then came across a blog that changed how I felt.
See iv been putting off a major surgery for over 7 years now, my partner so much as spoke to me about my dislocating knee, I would feel a surge of panic and shut the conversation down. As a born worrier, being told I needed my leg broken (both) and realigned was something I was waaaay to anxious to ever face.
But these past couple of years things changed, I faced fears in my personal life and work life so out of my comfort zone, that my anxieties have decreased, therefore my happiness has increased. And this lead me on to finally research the surgery more, which brought me to this inspiring blog. It gave me the insight, the courage and the push to finally book surgery.
So if a blog can help me feel positive about a subject I avoided for so long and make a difference, just by reading about someone else I can relate to, then to be able to help others in the same way is worth becoming a ‘blogger’.
I was once told it feels better to move towards a problem , than it does away from it….
They were right. x