The importance of thinking long term when it comes to pain

Have I bashed it into your head yet??!!

Hopefully, I have!

Hopefully, I’ve bashed into your head the importance of thinking long term when it comes to pain.

And I don’t speak of this as someone who has only studied all this stuff.

I speak of this as someone who has experienced all this stuff.

If you don’t know up to this point, I’ll share a bit about little ole me.

And if you’re here because you have a chronic illness, then you are me and I’m you. Because…

 

I’m also diagnosed with chronic illnesses.

 

Here’s mine, da dah,

  • PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome)
  • Graves Disease
  • Arthritis
  • Possibly Fibromyalgia (not formally diagnosed)

 

And I have to thank these diagnoses because without them I wouldn’t be writing this post.

Having them has forced me to learn about natural therapies, food and movement to primarily help myself and to further help others.

So in a weird way, I have to thank them!

 

My diagnoses and the results to my health led me to become a nutritionist (nutritional therapist) and a yoga teacher.

 

And I want to share my up and downs, my results, my learning, and my research with you and others.

 

I want you to feel as great as I do!

 

I don’t want people to suffer every single day.

 

So I hope you get lots of benefits from my writing!

 

And that writing might involve a few bashes in the head.

 

No physical head blows here, just bashings of words to help you!

 

 

Cheryl

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Hello, I’m Cheryl.  I’m a Yoga Teacher and Nutritional Therapist (Nutritionist) and I provide information to help people who suffer from autoimmune, hormonal, thyroid and joint-related conditions.


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