Physically running a marathon can be long and arduous. I had to prepare to run my marathon with LBD. At the time of diagnosis in June 2012, I acknowledged and accepted my diagnosis. I was determined that I would not be a statistic. In August 2013, I accelerated my preparation for living with LBD well. Infrastructure was put in place to allow me to do this. Goals were set. Benchmarks were put in place. Further planning and development became a must.
As a result of doing this, I started feeling better and doing more different things. I was challenging myself to living with LBD well and having an impact on the lives of others. I wanted others to know; there was life after a diagnosis.
It is not all peaches and cream; but, there are more highs than lows. The highs are higher than previously experienced; and the lows are not as low.
Be LBD Strong!
©2015 Robert Bowles
Robert Bowles, Jr.