Every so often a member of the PRP Facebook Community shares an inspirational message that should be saved for others to experience. This is the webpage where such messages can be archived for all.
The message which has been embedded in the graphic is repeated beneath the image to facilitate translation into over 100-plus languages. See the TRANSLATE button above.
POSTED BY BILL MCCUE (JANUArY 09, 2020)
Posted by Delanie E — Kalispell, MT (August 21, 2018)
Editor’s Note: Every PRP patient/caregiver should view Delanie’s inspirational video. When we talk about hope, we should recall the courage of the young woman from Montana. The video is currently available to members of the PRP Facebook Community.
Posted by Bill M — Plano, TX (April 15, 2019)
Hope should not be as rare as PRP
Posted by Karen A — Sarasota, FL (April 16, 2019)
Just because you’re struggling does not mean you’re failing.
POSTED BY Judi T — Billings, montana (June 23, 2019)
If the mountain seems too big today then climb a hill instead.
If the morning brings your sadness, it’s ok to stay in bed.
If the day ahead weighs heavy and your plans feel like a curse,
There’s no shame in rearranging, don’t make yourself feel worse.
If a shower stings like needles and a bath feels like you’ll drown,
if you haven’t washed your hair for days, don’t throw away your crown.
A day is not a lifetime, a rest is not defeat.
don’t think of it as failure, just a quiet, kind retreat.
It’s ok to take a moment from an anxious, fractured mind,
the world will not stop turning while you get realigned.
The mountain will still be there when you want to try again,
you can climb it on your own time, just love yourself ”til thn
POSTED BY Bernadette S — Flagler BEACH, FL (June 14, 2019)
One day you will
tell your story
of how you’ve
and it will become
part of someone else’s
POSTED BY Don G — Burghill, OH (March 23, 2019)
Not everyone will understand your journey. That’s fine.
It’s not their journey to make sense of. It’s yours.
Posted by Cheryl W — Davidson, MD (April 27, 2019)
Hold On, Pain Ends
POSTED BY Diane H — Andover, MN (February 25 , 2019)
Sometimes we need someone to simply be there …
not to fix anything or do anything,
but to just let us feel we are supported and cared about.
POSTED BY DON G — BURGHILL, OH (April 10, 2019)
I never lose. Either I win or I learn.
POSTED BY Eileen S — Philadelphia, PA (July 18, 2014)
It’s learning to Dance in the Rain
Posted by Murray Rose — Surrey, British Columbia, Canada (May 5, 2019)
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