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Embracing Failure: Turning Setbacks into Success in Healing

Updated: Jun 12, 2023

In light of my recent experience with IV therapy for my gut health, let's explore the concept of failing. After trying various diets and supplements for gut issues, I decided to try IV therapy. Let me tell you, it's changed everything. I've been doing it for a while now.

Intravenous therapy is a way to get vitamins, minerals, and nutrients directly into your bloodstream. Many athletes and celebrities use it to recover and perform at their best, but anyone can benefit from it. I know what you're thinking - that sounds painful and uncomfortable. And how does this tie into our failure conversation? First, it's not as bad as it sounds. You might get flu-like symptoms during and after the process, but it's worth it. But how does this tie into failure?

The most important thing is finding a good nurse to administer the IV therapy. I had a funny experience where the nurse missed the vein three times in a row. After she got frustrated, she let me know that another nurse could finish the session. I told her I wanted her back and it could have been my fault because I was dehydrated. But it really knocked her out.

She agreed to try it again when it fits into our schedule. Whenever we hit a failure point or a stopping point, it's usually a stepping stone to switching directions. Learning from failure is often the best way to grow. Keep trying and don't give up.

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