The Lie I Told that Nearly Cost Me My Life

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Two years ago I discovered the fact that lying can be hazardous to your health. To make a long story short, after being diagnosed with congestive heart failure (10 years earlier), I was told my heart was very weak and the other medical problems I had at the time exacerbated my overall condition.

I had a hard time dealing with that diagnosis because I certainly didn’t see myself on a death bed at the age of 40. I also had difficulty coming to grips with the reality that I had to take the very same medication that really old, sick people needed to stay alive. Call it vanity!

All of these thoughts, coupled with the fact that I hate taking pills, became an excuse for skipping dosages. I figured if I missed a pill or two once or twice a week it was no big deal. After all, I was taking the medication the majority of the time, so it was in my system.

Little did I know that not following the doctor’s orders was causing my body serious harm. One day during a visit to my cardiologist, I lied about taking all of the medication as prescribed. Subsequently, my blood tests revealed the truth by disclosing the fact that not taking my pills as recommended had not only weakened my heart but caused my TSH (Thyroid stimulating hormone) levels to reach an all-time record high.

To read more about what happened after that, please download a copy of my book, “Don’t Ask and I Won’t Have to Lie” on Amazon. It’s FREE for the next 48 hours. Here’s the link: http://amzn.to/I01m3q

Well, one thing…..you know I didn’t DIE because I’m writing about it 🙂

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2 thoughts on “The Lie I Told that Nearly Cost Me My Life

  1. Good thing you did not die. I agree that even if you lie, test says the truth and you can never lie about it. Well anyways, I will pray for you to be healthy and just take your medicine. I know it hard and expensive but it is worth it to keep staying alive.

    1. Thank you. I did learn a very valuable lesson and that’s why I wrote the book. I appreciate you stopping by and commenting.

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