My body's tolerance had gone so high
Charleston, SC (PRWEB) October 17, 2012
My Positive Perspective updates the second month since car accident and coma survivor Nick Collins, a musician who was in a car accident while returning from a performance. After being ejected from the vehicle he was in, Collins’ legs were run over by a truck causing one of his legs to be amputated. The event has left Collins in an extremely painful circumstance. However, My Positive Perspective continues to advise Collins’s family members and friends on what this car accident survivor is going through.
My Positive Perspective host advises Collins: “Although the worst is behind you are not completely out of the woods.” There can still be unexpected problems and/or complications still to come. Deierlein says, “The most pain I remember being in occurred from a complication from a routine plastic surgery. Internal bleeding was found right after I was woken from surgery, and they had to operate again without any pain medicine. They cut me open and sewed me up right in front of me.”
At the conclusion of the episode conducted by Deierlein, Collins is told to keep being positive and think of the many good times he will have. Deierlein says that his situation was very similar to Collins’s and that he was a champion swimmer before his accident. After my catastrophe took place, I was fortunate to have a tremendous amount of support. “I read all the get well cards, and was overwhelmed by the frequent visitors, and it took a lot of the pain away. By the time the end of my recovery was happening, my body had become used to the pain because my body’s tolerance of it had gone so high.”
My Positive Perspective is an internet talk show created for the purposes of overcoming adversity. We educate and inspire in many different ways and talk about different types of obstacles, but the ultimate goal of this business is to spread positively and strengthen wherever there is a weakness or tragedy to overcome. I myself survived a car accident, coma, and painful rehabilitation. I consider myself lucky to be here and providing the public with this free service. This company is kind of my gift to myself for achieving. The one thing you never lose after surviving a tragedy is desire to help. Don’t be afraid to go!