that sounds awesome!
my husband always laughs when i discover something "new" that has been around for years.
had never heard of radical acceptance, so had to go look it up. i'm with you, i like radical denial better!
i've always been rather "stubborn", never satisfied with status quo, always optimistic that things can be better.
my mother and i butt heads with our philosophies on this; she thinks i should learn to be more accepting, i say never! well, not for the things that i believe can change.
i read or heard somewhere that our civilization has evolved due to mankind's inherent nature of never being satisfied.
as i tell my students. its ok to critique, so long as you have solutions to suggest.
i don't know. i guess its a balance between "accepting the things we can not change, changing the things we can, and having the wisdom to know the difference".........i always liked that quote.
yesterday i had a doctors appointment at 2 pm followed by the chiro at 4 pm, which left me lots of time to go for a walk before it got dark. left work so early that it felt like i played hooky yesterday. we walked ~2 miles in ~45 minutes
.....down to the erie canal and back. the kingfishers were quite chatty yesterday. their vocalization is quite loud. there's a little basin off the canal, marsh / reeds there, so lots of birds like to gather there. several kingfishers were chasing one another and screaming quite loudly! came back through the golf course; the maples were such an intense golden color.
vits C, D. probiotics. fish oil. CoQ, Mg, Ca
pred taper for flares
occasional naproxen / Aleve
no dairy (casein sensitivity), limited eggs
future: humira, soon I hope