once you overcome your problem, you will not have any more problem.
The truth is that being an overcomer does not make one immune to the frailty of life.
I have seen people with disabilities and their families understand this connection between overcoming and frailty. BECAUSE of their situation, they get it: it is sink or swim for them, and let me tell you, I have seen some first class Olympian swimmers!
We can learn from people with disabilities. We need to learn. This is not rocket science, but it does require awareness of this subtle lie and perseverance to not succumb.
While you are looking for a person with disabilities to talk with, reflect on how God’s word calls your attention to this two pronged approach in order to be an overcomer.
“Be self-controlled and alert [aka 'be awareness of the obstacle'] . Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. Resist him, standing firm in the faith [aka 'perseverance through the obstacle'], because you know that your brothers throughout the world are undergoing the same kind of sufferings.”
Blessings on your journey