Saturday, November 18, 2017

Worthiness and Brain Chemistry

Friendlies!

My second video in my series on surviving chronic illness is up! This week's topics are worthiness and brain chemistry.

This is my second video on depression, and although I had my fellow chronic sickies in mind when I made it, it's really for anyone struggling to manage and overcome their depression.

Click HERE if you're having trouble getting the video below to play.


 Hopeful, glorious weekend, my friends!

-Sarah

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4 comments:

  1. I happened upon your youtube videos after following your blog and was so grateful for this format of content even though I also love, love, love, your words on paper. Sarah I should tell you that I heard about you through a friend of yours with the three kids and a bunny rabbit. I met her in the pet store and we shared our stories about our beloved pet bunny rabbits. Somehow we got to talking and I told her I had been very ill and was having a difficult time. She was so sweet and asked what I was ill with and I shared with her I had undiagnosed lyme. She told me about you and how you were healing and gave me your blog information. I am so blessed she shared this with me. Angels of the Lord, right. So I am hopeful in my journey too, especially when their our beautiful souls like yourself sharing with true honesty and humour and love their experience. Grace and peace to you.

    Sincerely,
    K. Chrisitine

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    1. Hello, K. Christine! What a fun way for us to get connected!

      I am sorry you are having to fight this grueling battle with lyme. I am praying for you this morning -- for healing, peace, and hope. Have you considered trying DNRS? It's helped so many people with lyme. In fact, my DNRS coach and her son healed form lyme completely using DNRS.

      Thank you for your encouragement and for commenting!

      Happy Thanksgiving week,

      Sarah

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  2. Hi Sarah. Yes, I have considered trying DNRS. I am looking into it further. I am doing adjunct activities to support movement, thoughts and words and this is helping greatly. I was also diagnosed with CPTSD and after learning the cause I had to process it and deal with the symptoms that kept it rooted in my body, mind and spirit. I appreciate your emphasis on movement and expression with words as this helps ignite that beautiful imagination which we all have and can utilize to grow. I now do my power pose you demonstrated throughout my day. Thank you for your prayers as I am also wishing you further progress until you are fully restored.

    Sincerely,
    K. Christine

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    1. I'm glad the adjunct activities are helping, and that you've been able to turn your focus the cause of your CPTSD. And I agree: our imagination is such a powerful tool for healing! DNRS capitalizes on this well. :) I hope you have clarity as you figure out how to proceed. Keep up that power pose, girl!

      Thank you for your kind wishes. :)

      -Sarah

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