There’s a list in your mind of what you have to do, want to do, should do etc etc etc
As humans we are familiar with brain sludge and feeling like there’s not enough time to get it all done.
Through illness I’ve learned to write down what I have done.
It’s less oppressive to fill a page in your own time frame than to have an already full page of tasks you may or may not have the ability to get to.
It gives you a feeling of capability.
Focusing on what you can do, is the equipment needed to navigate the ever changing landscape of an unpredictable illness.
Transitioning from land to water.
The above is my 16 year old son focused on what he can do with the right equipment.
Reminds me of possibilities.
Reminds me to focus on what I can do and not on what I’ve lost.