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Real Talk: Depression, Autoimmune Disease, and Infection

It’s no mystery that individuals with chronic diseases are at higher risk for depression. Who’s mood doesn’t drop when confined to a bed or coughing up a lung?

Battling my autoimmune condition is also battling my mood. My mood is intrinsically (and maybe biologically) linked to the flares of my Rheumatoid Arthritis. I once read a meme that said something like, half of the time I’m trying to convince others of my autoimmune condition and the other half of the time I’m pretending like it doesn’t exist. It’s like this: on one hand, people tend to think I look young and healthy, like I don’t have serious health problems, when in fact I do. On the other hand, I’m trying to look (and feel!) young and healthy, like I don’t have serious health problems, even though I do.

Today I feel the tension and frustration acutely.

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Five Signs You Should Hire A Health Coach

It’s the question I get all the time.

“So what exactly does a health coach do?”

An integrative health coach partners with you to achieve long-term health goals that line up with your most important values. 

And really honestly, a health coach is only as good as the sustainable results you see in your life.

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