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).
Thoughts pour outLike billowy dirty clouds of anIndustrial park smoke stack.Byproducts of the production lineBottling fear, guilt, worry and lack.Sealed and stickeredbrightly colored to attract the mothTo the flameNo minute passes it’s workers are not required to mass produce.The demand is too great to stop now.Sealing consumer fate as the cap is tightly closed.
I find it can be hard sometimes to allow people to BE where they are…especially if they are in pain or suffering. I have such a passionate desire to fix, to help and to make everything better.I desire peace and harmony for all so it is in my nature to immediately help to alleviate any pressure or pain for another person.
I look at pictures from when I was in “The Unknown” and the brightness of my smile, the energy I had seems so different than it does now.The period of “The Unknown; In Denial and Don’t Want to Assume” was filled with moments of loving life, and enjoying our sweet new son without judgment. It was also riddled with mostly secret moments of frantic wondering. What in the heck is going on?! Is this normal?! This can’t be normal? I hope it is normal! When will it stop?