Ok, ok, I don’t know Tiger Woods. However, with his recent accident and injuries sustained, I can 100% relate to the surgery, the pain, and the uncertainty of recovery.
In my first or second post, honestly can’t remember, I described my accident. I’m not going to go over it again, but go ahead and take a look if you’d not familiar with it.
Now, I will admit his injuries seem worse because it was reported he had a compound fracture. I was lucky, my bones never breached my skin.
I’m not gonna go on and on about it, so below are pictures of my actual x Ray films, yup actual films. So it looks strange, but you will get the idea.
This accident and the several surgeries that followed is a major source of pain on a daily basis. I deal with it, I live with it, and I’ve become a much stronger person because of it. It was the realization that at any moment your life can change forever.
People living with pain are a strong group because we have to keep living and moving forward. That takes courage and one heck of a strong will.