A year and two months ago, I was battling with fear. Fear of sickness. Fear of rejection. Fear of uselessness. Fear of separation. Because of hormonal imbalance and HPV66, I have not stopped bleeding. I lost a tremendous amount of blood. I cannot even sit up straight, or else I will faint. I collapsed twice!
I’m not prepared to die because I have many plans for myself and my loved ones. I don’t want to be separated from my man. We have dreams to fulfill. But, unfortunately, I’m sick! So instead of being a part of the solution, I’m becoming a problem. And besides, we’re in the Middle East, far from our home! It’s only the two of us. He has a job to attend to, and at the same time, he is worried about my health and me.
I’m not feeling well.
I quit my job, and my condition is getting worse. It was a potentially fatal condition. My hemoglobin count dropped to 6.5, which is below the normal range for women of 12.0 to 15.5 grams per deciliter.
I can’t believe that was a year and two months ago! Today, I am here writing, healthy, happy, and excited to discover what life will bring me! I stood up! I fought it! It was never easy, and it was a roller coaster ride. I am thankful that my hubby supported me. He never left! I will also never forget the people who have good hearts that helped my hubby and me. In the time of crisis!
If you are in a bad situation while reading this, don’t lose hope. Please don’t be afraid. Rather fight for the right cause. Stand up! Because that cause is you. And for your loved ones! Your problem may be health, financial, relationship, opportunity, or perhaps the whole world might be against you now. But, keep looking at the brighter side of the horizon.
Stand up! And Fight! You Will!
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