Everything I teach in my programmes, all the rituals to help us to maintain our equilibrium, to quiet our inner critics, to build resilience against the knocks of life, those are things that I have to do too. And of course I am not perfect at doing them.
Chronic illness makes everything feel like wading through treacle. News on the upcoming ReConnect Your Life programme, and coaching. There’s a lot to be grateful, and Radical Acceptance for the rest
PTSD stands for post-traumatic stress disorder, but it’s not a disorder of the brain; the brain is doing what it is naturally supposed to do. What is at fault is the trauma, not the response to it.
I am so grateful I learned these techniques in my recovery, because they are my lifelines now, and I still wish I had known them before my breakdown, and so here are my pacing tips for you.
‘The habits you created to survive will no longer serve you when it’s time to thrive. Get out of survival mode. New habits, new life.’ Healing Pathways for your new life.
What is Luck, Anyway? Me, on my MS diagnosis
Storytelling. Telling our stories. So much more than three words.
2017. The year dreams came true.
My body is my secret shame. (Well, not so secret now).
Learning to stay in the abyss. Until it merely evaporated from around me.
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