Keep Your Head Up, The Colors Are Beautiful

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Lot’s of new things on the horizon, so I figured I’d give a short update.

  • On UndiagnosedWarrior: Been updating and organizing pages, adding new information, noting some tips and tricks, and other things here and there. Take a look around and let me know what you think. I have some good ideas and really want to add more content for those looking for a diagnosis, as well as those who have already been diagnosed. And, of course, keeping you updated on my search for a diagnosis. 
  • On Life: I’m officially back out of work, but this time my short term disability has been approved. After the whole mess with getting a Lupus diagnosis, then having it taken away, then given back by a different doctor, I’m still confused as to whether or not I ACTUALLY have it.  I have a few tests pending and some recent tests that have come back with very interesting results (*Hint: It was enough to finally PROVE my disability claim). I’m waiting for the doctors to call to discuss their thoughts, so I don’t want to jump the gun on yet another diagnosis, so I’m going to wait to post, but I’ll update as soon as I can.

As for now,

I just want to leave you with the strength in knowing

 that all your struggles, all your hard work, and your persistence to keep looking 

IS WORTH IT!

I know it is hard to stay patient and that you are tired of waiting,

especially when  you have been sick for so long.

But waiting is always the hardest part. 

Keep trusting your instincts. 

Trust the journey.

You know your body better than anyone.

The answers lie WITHIN YOU.

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“Keep your head up
The colors are beautiful
When they say give up
Turn up your radio
All the sentimental memories you own
When they say grow up
It’s just like a funeral
Keep your head up
The colors are beautiful
Keep your head up
It’s all right in front of you
When they say wake up
You’re breaking ridicule
When all the sentimental memories you own
Keep you trapped inside your room there all alone

And it feels like
It feels like you’re lost
And it feels like
It feels like you’re lost

Is there some way you can be out on your own?
Trust yourself
Don’t waste another day at all

On your own

Keep your head up
The colors are beautiful
And it feels like
It feels like you’re lost
And it feels like
It feels like you’re lost

Is there some way you can be out on your own?
Trust yourself
Don’t waste another day at all

Watch this fade away
Everything fades away
Keep your head up
The colors are beautiful”

(“Head Up” by Sugarcult)

4 thoughts on “Keep Your Head Up, The Colors Are Beautiful

  1. jcharnas says:

    Warrior,
    The struggle to get a correct diagnosis is definitely worth it. I’m here to tell the tale. You are right to trust our instincts. You know your body best. Hang in there. You are clearly a strong person.
    All the best to you,
    Joanna

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    • Undiagnosed Warrior says:

      I applied for Short Term Disability through insurance at work. I was denied the first time. The second time, I had abnormal tests leading to a possible, serious and rare diagnosis, which I am still waiting on doctors to review. Having objective medical evidence is the only way to get approved that I have found. Anything subjective is not important, at least when it comes to insurance disability.

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