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Breaking Free from Hepatitis C

[captionpix imgsrc=”http://lucindaporterrn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/rope.jpg” captiontext=”Image courtesy of ScottChan/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net”]A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be. ~ Albert Einstein

Some people tell me that hepatitis C is the worst thing that ever happened to them. I think that non-acceptance is worse. Railing against having hepatitis C is like living in a private hell. Actually it is worse, because it is self-induced. It may feel like hepatitis C is keeping one imprisoned, but it is the resistance to it that keeps one in chains.

It is easier to wear hepatitis C like a loose garment than a noose around the neck. We can move more comfortably in the world if we know that some day we may be able to shed these garments and perhaps live freely without hepatitis C. It is very hard to move around with a rope around the neck.

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