Hi Wanda, just catching up on board and read your post ending – I think I can, I think I can, I think I can. I recently learned your should be saying I know I can, I know I can, I know I can. This is from a book called “Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers”. It was recommended to me. Because I have had severe double vision for so long I have found by not being able to drive and staying inside so much and not being able to see properly that I have taken a big step backwards and am losing my confidence. That book was recommended to be by someone of this board. My husband picked it up and it is very good, especially the part on being positive about things we do. So often we say think, might, maybe, hope etc. and by changing our thinking to I will, I know etc. it really makes a difference. I started catching myself on my iffy and negative thinking and was surprised at how often it occurs. When we are feeling down physically I think (excuse me I know) negative thinking can take over. I got my first copy of the book from the library and I liked it so much that we bought a copy.