Sometimes I Wish I had a Crystal Ball


There are times when I feel like my world is falling apart through no fault of my own. Unfortunately, now is one of those times. While I don't want this to be a "woe is me" moment, I do want to share what's going on in my life so you can see what I'm learning and how I'm choosing to rise above things that are simply beyond my control.

As I've mentioned before, I've recently been diagnosed with chronic pain. In August I saw a neurologist for it. He prescribed medication my insurance won't pay for and then his office ghosted me. No matter how many times I call/email I get no reply so my PCP wants me to see a rheumatologist. Unfortunately, they don't have any openings until April.

In the meantime, my therapist's office told me that they're having a problem with my insurance and until that's fixed I can't see my therapist. I went through hell last winter trying to find a therapist I could trust. (I'll be the first to admit I have trust issues.) Now I probably won't be able to see her anymore because her office doesn't do its job.

I've been doing what I can to "fix" these issues and not allow them to get the best of me. However, I'll be the first to admit that it's challenging. Nevertheless, I need to remember that I don't have a crystal ball. Instead, I have a loving God who's writing my story and I just need to trust Him.

I believe this is something we all need to remember today, which is why I've chosen to take a moment to give you a glimpse into my life.

Until next time, Stay strong,

~ Bre