Fellow Heart Warrior, relative or friend of a Heart Warrior
Welcome my fellow Heart Warrior!
You may wonder and yonder as to what the purpose of this site might be, and what I could possibly teach or share.
I’m not a doctor. I’m not a scientist. I’m not a super athlete. I’m not a dietician. So, what am I?
In my humble view. I’m a survivor! This makes me a heart warrior. And the fact that I have bloodlines to the first Viking King in Denmark, makes me a Viking Heart Warrior.
I have experienced first hand what it means to suffer from heart disease. Many thousands of people in the US and across the Globe have suffered, recovered and lived wonderful lives.
Based on my recent adventures, I decided to share it with a larger community of heart warriors. I strongly believe that we need to share positive ways of recovering from heart disease, and better our lives with families and friends.
A heart disease diagnosis is absolutely devastating, and you will undoubtedly consider your existence the next few days or weeks, and thoughts might linger to give up.
My advice and guidance – DO NOT give up. There are people around you who care. Excellent doctors and specialists. Great support network. And most importantly, you are your best advocate and unfortunately your worst enemy.
On this site, I hope to share my ways of overcoming my demons and looking forward. Yes, it has been and still is difficult to comprehend and I do have moments of despair. My wife and kids help me through these moments, and it is also in these moments you see who are your true friends.
Let’s embark on this journey and make life wonderful!
My mission is simple (I think). It is to share my experiences, provide the reader with valuable inputs, bring positive thinking into your life and all based on my experiences.
We can kickstart the Grinch’s heart and defrost Elsa’s heart. Let’s start one heartbeat at a time. Let’s share our positive stories and advice. All this will help you, someone you know and our families get stronger.
“Life, although it may only be an accumulation of anguish, is dear to me, and I will defend it.” —