Have you ever loved someone so much that you KNOW if they would only listen to you, and do what you say, they would be in a better position?I have.Have you ever loved or cared about someone so much it pains you to see them in pain or stuck in a rut?
I used to spend precious thoughts suspended in worry and embarrassment.Specifically feeling and questioning that I wasn’t making the best decisions. This visceral response would significantly slow me down or in some cases I would never even get started because I couldn’t see the best direction to go. So I would go nowhere new at all, or I would start something and then quickly stop and flop over to something else OR I would ask someone else what to do and then go do that
Leaning into Our HeartOn this bright and sunny day I found myself creating time and by creating time I also mean making time to celebrate. Usually I am not the most efficient person, bumbling around slowly with tasks that just don’t seem to come easily. This gorgeous spring day was quite different. Not only did I have lots of tasks I desired to accomplish but I suddenly had space. I had space to meditate and pray. I suddenly had space to take my sweet Bo Duke pup for a delicious walk.
While Multiple Sclerosis (MS) presents differently for different people, 91% of those diagnosed with MS report having difficulty walking and difficulty with movements of the body. Seeing statistics that high, it is important to know about Physical Therapy (PT) and know that there IS help out there for you!
I had the pleasure of meeting and collaborating with Beth Learn as a guest presenter in her 100% unique Girls Course that is a safe, fun empowering way to educate girls about changes of their mind and body.I have always admired Beth’s mission and we recently reconnected on her podcast- Fit2B Radio. Stay tuned for its release as Beth Learn of Fit2B, Chris Behnke and myself have an incredibly personal conversation about urgency.
I try to live in the present…but lately I question if I am able to do so with any real grace. It is a true test to be unable to feel and hear your own thoughts as two little ones squeal, run and push you for constant attention. The ability to remain present, peaceful and balanced seems to me a sick joke created by older retired people (or singles, or monks, or those who have endless wells of personal resources to create their day).