Time will heal the body, this I know but for right now it's still a matter of "ouchie, ouchie."
Time also heals the spirit but repentance has to precede the healing.
I think the repentance of the body would be to quit eating "crap." I work on repentance of the spirit daily. If only I were so diligent with the body. Once I am well will I adopt a healthy diet or will I bombard my body with more Cadbury Mini Eggs?
I don't bombard my spirit with "R" rated movies and a lot--sometimes it seems like most--"PG 13" ones. I don't read slutty books, swear--most of the time--, I try to live a life I feel I should. I say my prayers morning and night--and often during the day too. Phil and I have family prayer every night before bed. We hold Family Home Evening most Monday nights--okay, we usually just read a church book or a talk out of the Ensign but we do that, at least--which I have to admit is more than we did when the kids were little. I read my scriptures, do my church calling--maybe inadequately but I try. Temple attendance is becoming more important to me and I wouldn't miss church unless I were sick--like this week.
I know the law of health, it's right there, in Doctrine and Covenants: 89. So, the question is: Will I be better about safeguarding my health like I am about safeguarding my spiritual health? About one more day of this and I'll be willing to do anything.