A mother noticed that her daughter's eyes weren't both straight. She took her to the doctor where the doctor examined the young girl's eyes.
After careful review, the doctor stated, "she has double vision. We can do a surgery that will fix the problem but it's best that she has it while she's young or else her eyes may never improve."
At age 7, the mother didn't want to pressure her daughter into having the surgery so she left the decision up to her. She obviously said, "NO!"
Years later, the young girl experienced more and more difficulty with her eyes. During her junior year of high school, she had the surgery. It helped for awhile, but shortly after, the double vision returned.
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She researched natural ways to fix her double vision. She committed herself to utilizing the strategies daily, and her double vision improved, and ultimately was cured.
What am I saying? Be committed to the process and be prepared to take an alternative route. It may take longer to get there, but sometimes the long way will produce more lasting results. A quick fix can only take you so far. Then you, often, have to repeat the process.