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When I lost my leg, my whole world was turned upside down. This is my story…
I found myself in Emergency with a brain aneurysm. It took a huge toll on me physically and mentally. My family went through their own trauma as they watched me suffer.
How can a boy expect to fill Dad’s shoes when he leaves?
Shortly after having my blood tested, a nurse called and said, "You have to come to Emergency right now." I soon learned I only had 3 to 6 months left.
I’ve always been ambitious, motivated, and focused on success. Because of multiple head injuries I spent three years in bed.
At 63, I was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis, caused by a rare case of pneumonia that I never knew I had. My lungs were completely black. The situation was dire.
Anytime life got to be more than I could bear, I found comfort knowing food was available to me when I wanted it. I would eat even when I wasn’t hungry.
Our New Year’s resolution for 2015 was to get pregnant. That might sound like a simple thing to some, but for us it was a huge and intimidating goal. It would take a miracle.
The intimacy porn promised was proving to be an illusion. I was trapped, wanting the fix without the consequences – the pleasure without feeling ashamed.
PTSD affects not only the person suffering from it, but the family as well.
It's not what you do some of the time, it's what you do most of the time that counts.
Rest — it’s a concept western cultures seem to have forgotten.
Someone addicted to food has the same behavioral symptoms as someone addicted to drugs or alcohol. So how addicted are you?
Weight lifting is a great way to build muscle and lose weight. But before you try to list those barbells, read this.