Something terrible happened recently.
That’s my phone with its glass shattered and scotch tape holding it together. The funny thing is that it still works: I can text, I can call, I can even play my games! Because it still works, my motivation to get it fixed is low.
Many people are like this. They’re broken but because they still essentially “work”, they don’t do anything about it. They’re putting up with it, like I’m putting up with my phone.
Let me give you some examples:
- Joan, who has headaches every day, but has learned to live with them.
- Don, whose back only hurts whenever he gets up. Nothing he can’t handle!
- Pete’s recurrent sinus infections make him impossible to live with, but he doesn’t see it.
- Peggy, who thinks that pain is just a part of pregnancy.
As time goes on, symptoms will get worse and become harder to fix. And sometimes a small symptom is actually caused by a big underlying problem!
Don’t wait until a problem is too big to solve easily. Book your appointment today.
UPDATE: I have gotten myself a new phone. After writing this post, I decided I didn’t want to put up with it anymore!