It can be difficult to accept the news of a lifelong chronic disease. It may be easier to understand the diagnosis of appendicitis when a procedure is needed, or medication to treat a cold, or the need to use crutches for a couple of months because of a broken bone. But accepting a disease like asthma, diabetes, lupus, pemphigus, or pemphigoid may be more difficult. Managing your life first begins with a strategy to live with your medical condition.PemPress & PemPress Education)
You don’t have to be a Navy SEAL, firefighter, or an NFL football player to be resilient. Resilience is a common trait that you can build upon by developing certain skills. Research has shown that while some people are naturally more resilient, these behaviors can also be learned. Here are some techniques to foster your own resilience.