The 7 Steps to Recovery

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Learn the 7 Steps to Recovering from CFS/ME/XMRV (The list goes on!) and my current and constantly evolving approach to healing from this condition…

Step 1 ~ Acceptance & Hope

Its all about Balance.

How do you react when you hear the words Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? If its with any less than a knowing smile you probably still haven’t accepted the fact that your unwell. It took me five years. But it changed everything. Here’s what worked for me…

Step 2 ~ Educating yourself about CFS/ME

See. Look how happy HE is.

Absorbing the right information at the right time will empower you to take control of your own healing journey.

I waited 5 years before typing the words ‘Chronic Fatigue Syndrome’ into Google and unleashing a flood of information. With every book I read, website I visit or story I hear I become smarter and better able to heal.

The question then is how far do you go?

Step 3 ~ Planning your Recovery: The 3 Steps

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Now its time to come up with a plan that will get you well. ‘He who fails to plan, plans to fail’. Learn how to create one for your own individual recovery path in 3 easy steps. My plan fits…

Step 4 ~ Budgeting for your Recovery $$$

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Learn how to budget for your recovery in 3 easy steps. Find out how much you will need, where to get it and how to ask for it…

Step 5 ~ Choosing A Doctor: The 6 Options

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Can you go it alone? Or do you need a doctor? A naturopath? An expert? Or all three to help you recover? I’ve identified 6 options rated and compared them here.

Step 6 ~ Just Do It (And Keep Count…)

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The time has come to put your actions where your mouth is. It will take courage and discipline to actually do the things you planned to. But it’s the only way you will get better. Here’s how I put mine into place…

Step 7 ~ Review & Adjust

Adjust your protocol.

The final step on the healing journey is staying on track. Keeping a cool headed perspective on your progress and making any changes you to need along the way…

About
G'day. I'm Joe. My vision is to empower people with the knowledge they need to take control of their health. I was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME) in 2003 and I've been evolving ever since. I'm on a path to recovery and I invite you to join me.