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You should address this issue.
Let your mind relax since the reports are clear. Constant worrying will negatively impact on your otherwise healthy system.
Change your routine for a while. Pursue a hobby. If you know swimming, go for it as water is the best natural healer.
Learn meditation; you can start by chanting ‘Om’.
Further, for inner balance and peace, learn a musical instrument and/or learn to sing; it will bring out any suppressed emotions.
We should learn to let go, let the past remain in the past, take positive lessons and move on.
Bring positive affirmations into your life rather than holding on to the negatives.
Please stay away from any kind of addiction.
Consult a wellness expert in case you are not able to cope as suppressed emotions can result in physical ailments.
Well of course, no achievements can possibly ever substitute for the sense of belonging that you perhaps crave for.
It’s unfortunate that many known people have tried to claim a stake in the property and possibly it might have offered you a respite when you sold the house.
What remains of all that you have gone through is memories and those 5 beautiful years with your father.
What if you heightened the happiness level in those memories by seeing them clearly and reminiscing the celebration moments with your father?
It’s easy to harp on what went wrong or what could have been better? But can anything substitute the few yet meaningful years that you had with your father?
And when it comes to the void that you currently feel, I do feel that it’s time that you extended your social circle.
The world is well connected and there is much in common that you can have with people across the globe in terms of mutual interests and discussions.
Develop a hobby or do something that you love everyday and remember to be with Mother Nature often. It helps clear the mind and keep you grounded.
Lastly and importantly, think of how you can add value to another person’s life.
When we think of something beyond us, it fills us with a lot of positive feelings and keeps us motivated from within.
Life can be filled with remorse or joy; it’s only a matter of choice!
My best wishes to you!
Fear is what can increase your physical symptoms and you will feel ill. Which is what is happening to you!
All the sounds and thoughts are a result of overworking the mind with your health and fearing the worst.
But do ask yourself: What if I have actually recovered?
It will be good to know when this problem exactly began; what triggered it. If there is an event or a situation that caused it, then you know you might have to work on that.
Sometimes, fear makes children’s stool hard too and as doctors treat constipation, it is also necessary not to keep being fearful of it.
I know the surgery might have made it worse in the mind which is why I suggest start waking up every morning by believing that your surgery has worked and that you are fully recovered.
The simple belief instilled in your mind can work wonders by positively influencing your body to support your whole health. Also, calm the mind with meditation and exercises to keep the body supple and healthy.
To keep the stools soft, eat a lot of food that high roughage content. Slowly, you will see your mood and energy come back and feel a lot better.
All in all, believe that you are healing. Wishing you a wonderful health.