Steps To Sobriety

272 Fred Rutman: When you can’t understand the battles you need to fight

June 21, 2022

Fred Rutmanwas a college professor (Marketing/Finance) when in the summer of 2009, his life came crashing down. Numerous hospitalizations lead to numerous misdiagnoses, medical cognitive bias and much damage. After three months, they recognized my condition - my heart kept stopping. The standard fix for this is a pacemaker. To cure everything else, I was left to my own devices. Then in 2013 and 2018, this happened again - a one in a billion series of events. He is now writing my memoir “The Summer I Died Twenty Times,” doing the podcast circuit, & hoping to inspire others.This is a story of overcoming adversity and resilience. A story of overcoming a series of improbable medical traumas, including botched surgeries and medical device failures. Oh, and being clinically dead a few dozen times. And PTSD, Post Concussion Syndrome and perpetual anxiety. With no roadmap to recovery, I found my way back to health via the miraculous healing powers of intermittent fasting, which I share with anyone who is interested.
       
3 top tips for my audience:
1. Comparison is the thief of joy    
2. With hope, you can survive anything
3. There is an unlimited supply of joy and hope

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