Recovering from a yeast infection depends to a large degree on your ability to discipline yourself. If anything at all in your life is really worth accomplishing, it’s worth sticking to distinctly defined standards and a well-defined strategy until you achieve your goal.
These next 2 posts will share my 12 favorite perseverance tips along with some of the best quotes I know. It is good practice to read these tips several times, especially at times when you feel yourself slipping down the slope.
You will need the ability to discipline yourself.
“If I want to be great I have to win the victory over myself – self-discipline.” Harry S. Truman
You have probably bought, or will buy, my book because you are sick and tired of your yeast related problems and want to finally get rid of them. You may have read other similar e-books or consulted one or several practitioners as well. The ability to discipline yourself in order to enjoy the greater reward of making a full recovery from your yeast infection is by far the biggest and most indispensable pre-requisite you will need to ensure your complete success. Have you had enough, are you finally wanting to really commit? Yes? Then you are already half way there in getting rid of the problem that has been plaguing you for ages, but be aware of the pitfalls and traps all along the way which may sabotage your attempts to rid yourself of candida, such as parties, BBQs, eating out, birthday parties, Christmas, weddings and similar social occasions.
Plan your outings so that you don’t fall into temptation. Section 5 of my book outlines the importance of lifestyle, and this is one key area often neglected in yeast infection recovery, making the right changes here are persevering with the changes can literally mean the difference between recovering or failing to recover.
Do Not Give up Because of Laziness!
“Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.” Thomas Alva Edison.
A life without a candida yeast infection is your aim, that’s why you bought Candida Crusher surely. There are no shortcuts to a perfect health. Life and optimum health is a journey and not a destination. Living a lazy easy lifestyle will never be satisfying in the long run, in fact, it usually leads to feeling of unhappiness, being overweight and out of shape, having fatigue and all this can potentially lead to anxiety and depression. Living a healthy, happy and very satisfying life is hard work initially as you learn to pick up the slack and you will come to appreciate that having a great life including outstanding health takes commitment, but eventually it will become easier and easier. Don’t give up; when the going gets tough… you know the rest. Your self-esteem will soar as you begin to reach milestones and then away you go; there will be no stopping you!
Pursue Your True Desire for Optimal Health
“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments.” Jim Rohn
Never give up on ridding yourself of a yeast infection, particularly if you have had many health challenges for years and you can’t go a day without thinking about a complete recovery. A lot of the time we aren’t really going after a complete resolution of all our health problems because of some underlying fear or insecurity. We end up pursuing a very average life and this way we never end up feeling fantastic and living up to our full potential. This is why you must really go after what your heart desires, an excellent state of health free from yeast infection. This can be difficult because of social conditioning, peer pressure and many of society’s implied rules which you are raised with, such as drinking alcohol, taking antibiotics routinely, eating cookies, drinking soda drinks and eating ice cream. Believe me, once you are pursuing your heart’s true desire of being free of the torment of a yeast infection, perseverance and stick-ability will take care of itself. You will be naturally motivated to pursue your desires, especially after any aggravations have cleared and as your health progresses.
Never Give up Due To Little or Lack of Progress
“Most of the important things in this world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.” Dale Carnegie
Worried about your seemingly lack of progress? This will take care of itself if you are pursuing your true desires, because your desire will be so strong, that a seemingly slow progress will become irrelevant. However there still will be times where you might become discouraged because of the slow or lack of progress in your recovery. I’d like you to think again of fantasy land, can you remember that while in a blockbuster movie you can see a character progress or change his whole lifestyle in a mere matter of 2 hours, in real life this progress is much slower? This is why most people don’t stick with their goals, because they have unrealistic expectations.
I have seen too many patients over the years who didn’t feel “cured” after a month and moved on to another form of treatment. Aim for a steady slow progress, and above all, remember the ups and downs you are likely to encounter as you recover.
Achievements Are Considerably Closer than An individual Thinks
“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” Thomas Alva Edison
Your success might just be around the corner, you may be surprised how close you are to beating the beast called yeast. Even if it’s not, by persevering in pursuing your goal of great health you will be building a great lifelong habit of adopting a healthy diet and lifestyle. If you give up on your goal of permanent yeast eradication, how do you know that you will not give up on your next goal or the one after that? Be careful not to make giving up a habit in life! If you hang in there and keep working at it, you are building a persistent determined character and are sure to succeed. Quitters never win, and winners will never quit.
Always Be Flexible & Willing to Change.
“How am I going to live today in order to create the tomorrow I’m committed to?” Anthony Robbins
If I had a dollar every time I heard a patient say: “I can’t take supplements, I just forget to take them” or “I don’t like to swallow any pills” or “There is no way I could eat like that”, “Your diet is too difficult to follow”, etc., then I’d be a rich man. Please don’t let your current identity or self-image limit the pursuit of your ultimate health goals. Always be willing to make the necessary changes, to try new or different foods, and to learn new skills like relaxing, laughing, breathing deeply and more. Be willing to look like a fool every now and then! Remember that definition of insanity? You will hear this time and again in this book, in fact it has been written down more than six times – The definition of insanity is doing exactly the same thing repeatedly and anticipating an alternative outcome. In order to achieve a new objective you should gradually make alterations and try different things.
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