"Stories" from the Collective (YOU)


My Incurable Pain Disease

by Carlee
(California, USA)

Carlee

Carlee

Do you believe in miracles? Well Carlee does, and she explains why in her story of a life filled with pain that eventually transformed into...


(STORY THEME: Inspiration)


The Girl with the Incurable Pain Disease

The pain started when I was eight.

My pelvis started to hurt so bad that I would roll up into a ball and cry.

By the time I was 14 I was on oxycodone and methadone.

By 16 I was labeled incurable and was not able to go to school.

When I was 17 I was preparing myself to go on permanent disability before turning 19.

My life seemed like it was over, and yet I couldn't shake the feeling that it was only the beginning. I knew that I wasn't put here to suffer. I knew that something was coming for me.

Surgery was an average occurrence in my life by the time I was 18. So when the doctors suggested a pain stimulator I tried holding onto any hope that it would work, even though everyone felt it wouldn't.

The surgery was tough and the pain in my spine was all-consuming.

Then when the spinal pain went down, I felt odd. At first I thought something was wrong with me but then I realised why I felt different: I couldn't feel any pain. The surgery took 90% of the pain away.

I am now in college, and off my bed rest.

So I want everyone out there to believe in miracles, because I've lived one. No matter what the issue, you CAN overcome!

My name is Carlee, and I believe in miracles...


Morty Lefkoe's Free Bust Your Limiting Beliefs

 

Do YOU want help re-writing your 'story'?

Start by busting your limiting beliefs about yourself, and do it today - free! Morty Lefkoe's Eliminate a Belief Free program will help you do just that.

Start eliminating your limiting beliefs now

Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Your Inspirational Story.