One of the “good” things about making it through a New England winter is that you come to see a sunny, 40 degree day in March as a blessing!
This is kind of how I see the experience of navigating SI joint dysfunction.
When you deal with this injury, you learn to see things differently.
You are forced to confront the world differently, in a way most people don’t understand. And then you’re forced to rebuild from there.
Not everyone will understand. The old way will wiped away. But eventually, you can replace it with something else that might be better.
The new way forces you to become stronger. It will require more insight, more connection to our body, and more trust in yourself.
You can do it. You can move through this and rise to the challenge.
Ultimately you may find you created something better.
As some of you know, I’ve been working on some new offerings behind the scenes. I’m soo excited about what I’m going to be sharing!
If you haven’t already, be sure to join my new email list, which lets you specifically choose which topics you’d like to receive updates on.
I completely love using my own experience to help others– not only in terms of the SI joint, but also the other topics I help people with, such as chronic pain and immunological issues.
Be sure you come along for the ride!