The, Lilo, And Stitch

2072 Words Sep 19th, 2016 9 Pages
Sometimes you try your hardest, but things don’t turn out the way you want them to. Sometimes things have to change. And maybe sometimes they’re for the better.
-Nani, Lilo and Stitch

Attitude. Acceptance. Adjustment. What do these three words have in common? The three A’s all play a vital role our lives, but more importantly someone battling a sickness. They can be battling cancer, a rare disease, an incurable condition or simply one low on the list of receiving enough funding to help better treatment options to be found. No matter what the monster is, the attitude you have on how to battle your way through, accepting what is unfolding, and adjusting to the circumstances you learn so much and very quickly, too. You quickly learn who are true friends/family by who stays and who goes. You learn how to read people’s character within minutes (you learn very quickly how to read doctors/medical professionals) and how strong as an individual you are. For years you are taught how the human body works and when it begins to “fail” you, in a sense, you become blind sided. As the body is “failing” you one questions will continuously pop up…. why? Why me? Why my child? Why my family/friend? Why her/him? Why now? The “sick” life is cruel, heartless, and dreadful. It doesn’t how old or young you are. There is no regard if you had your life all planned out or not. These monsters come in very abruptly, without a warning, no how to survive guide, NOTHING!

Attitude. When looked up says,…
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