I chanced upon a blog post about a writer's experiences with The Law of Attraction. Miranda, the author, has found this way of thinking to be very helpful in her life. I'm not too familiar with The Law of Attraction, but the gist of it seems to center on positivity--in even the most dreadful of times when nothing seems to be going your way.
Remaining positive even when facing a crisis of sorts sounds like a smart thing to do. Admittedly, I'm not always on my A-game when the shit hits the fan. But I vow from now on to try harder to not sweat the small stuff and to see the good in every situation.
So if life has dealt me a sour card with this dry eye syndrome and increasingly blurred vision, I'm going to do my best to enjoy what I have left and to stay hopeful that my eye problems will get better as time goes on. This isn't to say that I'm just gonna sit in my Lazy Boy chair and live in blissful ignorance as my vision deteriorates.
No, finding a cure for my eye dryness and blurriness is still a priority of mine. I'll never, ever give up on that. But I will strive to not get so down on myself and worry about the 'what ifs'. Instead of another day with eye problems, I'll look at it as another chance at finding a solution.
On a side note, I wonder how this Law of Attraction is working for dieters. It sounds like a useful tool for people wanting to lose weight, especially those struggling with binge eating. Hmm, I think I'll google it.
Anyhoo, catchya next time when I'll discuss my worst-ever experience with having dry eye syndrome. (I get the heebie jeebies just thinking about it.)