Do you have to be fearless to heal from Hashimoto’s?

By Tracy Gowler 2 months ago
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The answer to the question is No.  You don’t have to be fearless to heal from Hashimoto’s? 

It’s hard believing that healing doesn’t require you to be fearless because how else can you get back your energy and quality of life without climbing mountains and conquering unbelievable feats.  I mean, if the doctors can’t solve it for you, the women that have healed must have done something incredible to take their lives back. 

I think with that belief, it is too easy to just accept that this is all your life will every be. 

Complete exhaustion, gaining weight, brain fog, headaches, digestive issues, hair loss, joint pain, etc, etc. 

Accepting the fact that you have no quality of life. 

How do I know? 

I was there.  Barely functioning.  Having regular pity parties. 

What I had forgotten is that I could do anything I set my mind too. 

I just needed something to remind me.  And I got that. 

I went home to see my grandmother in July of 2013, one last time.  It was a very stressful time.   In the middle of that stress, my bodies reached its last straw and decided it was done whispering at me because I wasn’t paying attention. 

So, it started screaming. 

It was fabulous, NOT!!.  I knew it was my gallbladder and I was not in the States.  I was in Canada and this was going to cost me a fortune.  I couldn’t just go into the hospital without being educated so I spent 12 hours understanding everything, the good, the bad, and the ugly about having a gallbladder removed.  I couldn’t not go to the hospital because the pain was excruciating, but what I could do was to be smart about the discussion I was going to have with the doctors.  I refused the surgery, took the medicine and got myself home. 

This was my NO MORE!!

At this time, I didn’t know I had Hashimoto’s.  I realized I needed to understand what was going on with me and how it happened.  I wasn’t finding answers in the medical community, so it was on me to figure this out and I did.  I decided rather than my Hashimoto’s being in charge, I needed a life that I defined.  I took charge and rewrote the outcome of my life.

All of this to say that the first thing in healing is not fearlessness. 

It is about realizing that you aren’t doomed to live like this. 

Find your No More, and then educate yourself to what is required to heal.    

And maybe you are going to see, how do I do that?  How do I educate myself when there are so many contradictory solutions out there?  What works, what doesn’t?

Exactly.  I would never want you to have to take my road to health.  No. 

I am currently working on a Free 3-Part Training Series that will walk you through the Hashimoto’s healing process.  That’s exciting. 

Hang on, I need a bit more time to put this together.  I’m looking at a Mid-October 2020 launch. 

I can’t wait to share it with you. 

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  Autoimmune and Self Care, Fatigue and Hashimoto;s, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, Hashimoto's triggers, Healing from Autoimmune, Healing from Hashimoto's, Living With Autoimmune, Tracy's Corner
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