What is Your Diagnosis

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14 March 2015
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What is Your Diagnosis?

We all have either received a diagnosis or know someone who was diagnosed. Wither it is a mental, psychological, physical or emotional receiving one can cause us to doubt ourselves and GOD. Our first reaction is to ask GOD why is this happening to us or to a love one.  Instead of looking at the diagnosis as a sign that GOD doesn’t love you or you have done something wrong, we should look at it and asked GOD how can we be of service to others with this diagnosis. When my son was diagnosed with Autism, I felt that I did something wrong and asked GOD why my son, why make his life harder than it needs to be. It took a long time for me to see that this diagnosis is not a curse, but is a way for me to help the next parent whose child was recently diagnosed.

We all have a testimony that we can give to help the next person deal with whatever they are going through. No matter what the diagnosis is we can find a way to help others like us. There is an unspeakable bond between those who shares the same lost, struggle and uncertainty and if you can share your story, it could encourage the next person to continue to push through the hurt.

If you are having trouble with your diagnosis, please give me a call so I can assist you with your process of healing.

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One response on “What is Your Diagnosis?

  1. Vernesa Perry says:


    Thank you for sharing this post with us. I agree that it can make a huge difference if we can relate in some way with our clients. I know that my testimony has blessed many others and it continues to do so. I just praise God that He changed my circumstances. Now I can be a blessing to others by witnessing what He has done for me.

    Vernesa Perry

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