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When I am healthy, I am happy.

I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in the summer of 2014 at age 24. Pharmaceuticals didn’t work for me from the start, so I’ve been on a long journey to stay in remission from my painful and life-debilitating ulcers.  Flare-ups have occured during extremely stressful situations, and I have been able to manage them with 100% holistic means. No prednisone, no meslamine, no opiates.

In fall of 2014, I suffered a concussion and major neural network reset. I was living on the east coast but had to move west to begin healing with holistic methods. I was diagnosed with short-term epilepsy, fibromylagia, vertigo, and more. I was experiencing a psychological, biological, and spiritual reset. A near-death experience will fuck you up.

And then it will wake you up. Fortunately, I had someone in my life who loved me fully and unconditiondally. His family was capable of taking me in, and still cares for me, as I heal into the person I am meant to be.

We are all some sort of sick.

What will work for YOU will be different from what worked for me because Ulcerative Colitis and Autoimmune Diseases are personal. All illness is personal. 

Only we can heal ourselves and we each need to take different paths to heal.

I am now 28 years old and managing my Ulcerative Colitis without pharmaceuticals. My brain is okay and good enough to teach, but studying for NASM test showed me some weaknesses.  I’m here to share my story, and if I can, assist others in their healing journey. Thank you for reading my story! Have a lovely day.

 

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