Embonious 11:17am Mar 12 2019
I just had some less than ideal work situation where my boss handled things kind of poorly, it I was pleasantly surprised to find that, although I was still stressed out, it felt like a different, lower level than things like this used to, pre-fracture. I feel like my injury and subsequent character building experiences have really put things into perspective in a cool way. My dumb job might be problematic and irritating at times, but it feels like I have this armor after going through so much sh*t these past 6 months. Like this can't bother me, I've been through much worse already.
Anyway, it's been rough and it's nice to finally get to the point where I can see some real benefits of such an unfortunate experience.
I'm curious what, if anything, you all appreciate or respect about how your fracture changed your life/perspective?
14 Sept 2018- hit by car, compound open tib/fib fracture, ORIF surgery to insert IM nail + 5 screws
19 Sept 2018- released from hospital, no cast, NWB
22 Oct 2018- 30% PWB, started physio
04 Dec 2018- working towards 100% WB indoors