The Faces of Lyme: Cynthia
“So crazy that there is something out there that can rob people of their personality”
Cynthia blamed herself for feeling miserable. She thought she was carrying something negative in her heart. She worked on her mind, spirit, and body connection, but was not getting any better. Depression and anxiety were unbearable, so much so that she began having suicidal thoughts.
8 months into treatment, she was feeling hopeless, not sure it was working, but slowly over the next 3 months she started to feel better. Almost a year into treatment she shares her story including: what sickness has taught her, what she does to practice patience, and where she would still like to see improvement.