My Father gave me advise on how to deal with adversity as I have been going through some medical issues. What He told me was to keep a Positive Mental Attitude. (PMA) While this can be a hard thing to do when all you are getting is bad news and each visit is worse than the last, it is imperative for your own survival. I have come to the conclusion that having the right attitude is even more important than prayer in that it puts the burden and responsibility on one’s self. In short, it is called faith. However, I am not here to teach about faith and the love of God. What I am talking about is the type of attitude that will help us transcend the negative aspects of living and dying in this life.
It never ceases to amaze me how people can put so much trust in the doctors that are hired to treat them. The fact is that a doctor works for you and needs to be scrutinized as you would with anyone else that you hired to complete a task for you