Guest post by Julie Neraas – Thank you!I have learned through chronic illness that one way hope stays alive is if you can 'reframe' your situation. This is not about pretending things are better than they are. It's not about dishonesty or a stiff upper lip or cheap optimism. It is about putting into practice one of the most helpful life skills – the ability to reframe things.
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I used to be an athlete who felt most alive when I was moving. I have run hundreds of miles, from my teenage years in the country lanes where I grew up, to as an adult jogging or walking around Minneapolis' beautiful inner city lakes. I played competitive tennis for thirty years and even directed a tennis school. I loved skiing, biking and swimming. When those activities were no longer possible, it was devastating. The grief I felt was huge and I fought it tooth and nail. There just wasn't a good substitute for physical movement and the way it made me feel fully alive. At the same time I had learned, while being a chaplain in a treatment center for people struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, that while you can't choose what life delivers up you do have choices about how to respond. And I was forced to move into other identities and other ways of finding life. Continue reading 'Hope And The Power of Reframing”