Positive Results ... In Time

By MAYS Latest Reply 2010-05-21 22:10:30 -0500
Started 2010-05-20 08:17:54 -0500

The two greatest requirements after being diagnosed with diabetes and after developing a plan of action with your doctor and \ or diabetes team are Patience and Commitment.

Don't expect immediate results, it takes time, sometimes too much time, in our minds, but remember this, you are playing catch up and conquer.

It's not easy due to our nature of impatience as humans.

Give yourself (30) thirty days to get accustomed to your new way of life and (60) sixty more days to see the results of your commitment to managing your diabetes.

The results will amaze you.
Commit yourself, to yourself for (90) days, it becomes a bit easier when it becomes habitually and visually positive !


5 replies

MAYS 2010-05-21 22:10:30 -0500 Report

They keys are patience and commitment, anything short of this is eventual failure !


monkeymama 2010-05-20 11:44:04 -0500 Report

You are absolutely right here. There is not magic wond we can wave and poof. You have to physically and mentally be ready to commit yourself to you. It things a fair chance to adjust. Even after you get a grasp of things. There are going to be times when more adjustments will need to be made. Our bodies are constantly changing and trying to remain in the homeostasis mode. Keep up the great mind focus and thoughts here. This is the kind of attitude we should try to have. Hang in there and know you can do it. :)

petals 2010-05-20 09:43:40 -0500 Report

I totally agree. Take your time. I focus on one thing at a time, or at least I try to, until I am comfortable and it becomes a habit, a good habit that is!

GabbyPA 2010-05-20 08:33:48 -0500 Report

this is so true. I take on one thing at a time, well okay, maybe a few things at a time. But I focus on those things, getting them to be a habit and then I am comfortable to move on to something else. I found that when I experiment with too many things at once, I get lost in what actually works. So patience is a key factor in it all.