An Ultimate Challenge: The Last Year of my Life

by griffin granberg on August 6, 2013


It’s always hard to write about something that has impacted your life in such a way that just finding the words to describe it is hard.  It could be a breakup that left you feeling your heart has been ripped out of your chest and lit on fire in front of you or really anything so substantial that you feel only YOU seem to know it’s difficulty.

What I want to talk about is something that threw my whole world into a complete tailspin.  It’s hard (especially for me) to admit the loss of control and equally as hard to talk about or display in such a public forum as my blog about the details of the last year of my life.

So, as this is just an introduction to what I am doing.  I will tell you that I plan on breaking each (major) part into it’s own post because I think it will be best to be able to read it portion-by-portion instead of in it’s totality.

My true hope is that others facing adversity of whatever sort read my story and find the hope and strength to push through and really continue a life with some “normalcy.”  So without further ado, I will start…


You can continue to the first post, My Journey to a Diagnosis:  How it all Started

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