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Dec 122014

Sometimes living with chronic illness can just seem absolutely impossible.

It’s an impossible situation in impossible circumstances with an impossible outlook and future. I know exactly what you’re going through. Even though you feeling completely alone, you try to push others away, because you know they just won’t get it.

Here are few words to think about when you’re feeling completely stuck and you have no idea where to turn next.

When it all seems impossible…

Just go and do it. If you can’t do it physically, go there in your mind. It’s your ego that’s making the excuses, not your soul.

If you want something badly enough, you’ll find a way. The worst thing you can do is not even try because it’s too difficult- the best things usually are. Don’t you want the best?

If you’re going to cry, be at peace with it. Let it all out. You’ll feel better about it in an hour or so.

Stop hiding. You know you’ve been doing it. It’s too much effort, sometimes even talking is too much. Let it go. You’re pretty sweet.





Dreams seems unreachable for a reason. Only those who face the fear will get there. Never let anyone tell you it’s not possible, including yourself.


Make it up or move on.

Shake it up or shake on out.

Peace, love and harmony. It’s your reality.


Have a beautiful day,

Katie xxx

  4 Responses to “When it all seems impossible…”

  1. I just needed to hear that today, some new things at sight that can be huge change, but huge fear and risk…
    Thanks Katie

  2. Katie, you were born with the great and powerful gift of writing…and through writing you inspire, teach, influence, and create beauty. Thank you for sharing your gift with the world. Each year on New Years Day, my little family creates a theme for the year. We have been doing this since my daughter was three years old. Now at nine, she looks forward to and loves to help create our theme. This year it is “Dare to Dream”. This poem reminded me why we chose this theme. When stuck in bed for days or months, it’s hard to think of better days ahead. This year, no matter how rough it gets, I dream of sunshine, laughter, and better days ahead. We even went to Disneyland, where my loving family carted me around in a wheelchair so I could experience the joy and wonder it represents. I keep these memories close to my heart and mind, to remember that things will always get better, and everything happens for a reason. Much love to you, Tara

    • Tara, this has brought tears to my eyes- thank you so much for sharing. You have such a gorgeous family- you’re incredibly lucky. Please keep up with your New Year’s tradition- ritual is so important in our lives and keeps us grounded.

      Thank you for your kind words my darling- xx

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