Coming to Terms with a Difficult Diagnosis

Christy Birmingham with a very common sense and practical way to deal with a diagnosis that is unexpected or confirms your worst fear. Take a read.

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If a doctor gave you a dreaded diagnosis, how would you respond? Tips for responding to a difficult diagnosis. Photo via Pexels, CC0 License.

Whenever we go to the doctors with symptoms that we’re not quite sure of, everyone thinks the same thing. Please, don’t let it be cancer or any of the other serious illness that is linked to suffering, pain and ultimately a bleak diagnosis. Thankfully, for most people, it’s not going to be the worst case scenario. If you have a lump on your body, it’s more likely to be a cyst than cancer. If you have a headache, it’s more likely to be a migraine or a stress induced pain rather than the first sign of a brain tumor.

However, others will receive that dreaded diagnosis. Even then though, it’s important not to panic because there are ways to cope with a difficult diagnosis.

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My name is Sally Cronin and I am doing what I love.. Writing. Books, short stories, Haiku and blog posts. My previous jobs are only relevant in as much as they have gifted me with a wonderful filing cabinet of memories and experiences which are very useful when putting pen to paper. I move between non-fiction health books and posts and fairy stories, romance and humour. I love variety which is why I called my blog Smorgasbord Invitation and you will find a wide range of subjects. You can find the whole story here. Find out more at https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/about-me/

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