All of that grief worsened when my period came. It was such an intense time in my life that really affected me moving forward. I remember crying myself to sleep quite a few times because of the heartache I felt and not knowing what to do. I really tried to trust and understand that there was a plan and I couldn’t control it all. But that wasn’t always easy.
Being diagnosed with SIBO, going through grief and fertility treatments.
Living with chronic pain and/or anxiety can be debilitating and make you feel like you can’t succeed. As someone who has been suffering from chronic back pain, due to an injury that happened when I was 14, I’ll be the first to tell you that being able to meet the needs of yourself, your loved ones, and your business or job can be tough work. It’s not impossible though! Below I’ve listed and detailed several things that I’ve learned over the years that help me stay positive and motivated.
Last week I had the pleasure of being video-interviewed by my dear friend and colleague, Laura Jack.
Laura is an incredible coach who specializes in the area of grief. I have contacted her a few times when I needed advice around people grieving. I reached out to her last month when my own grandmother passed away and she knew exactly what to say.
Awhile back Laura asked to interview me about the difference between grief and anxiety/depression and how I deal with it all myself. We had a great 15 minute conversation that...
You may have seen that my amazing maternal grandmother passed away in September. You may even remember when I wrote about her here back in February on our birthday. (Yes, I was lucky enough to share this special day with her for the past 29 years!)
What I didn't realize was that would be the last time we spent our birthday together. She was diagnosed with cancer early this summer after surviving it three other times in her life. We didn't know how long she had but we didn't want to take that time for granted so I was...