A few years ago, I was asked to give advice to current high schoolers at my alma mater. I shared how much I’d changed.
How did I end up with “Illness to Wellness”? Others believed in me – and now I do, too. The name I almost used doesn’t make sense anymore.
We, your students, long for full inclusion and an embrace of us and our gifts – and that’s different from what we’re usually getting.
We must integrate the reminders “memento mori” and “memento vivere” in order for us to stay present in “ordinary time.”
I began an IBS-specific diet recently and it’s actually been helpful. Here are some recipes and pieces of wisdom for you.
It’s been more than 4 years since I started this journey. Here’s why I started it in the first place.
I wrote this article back when I was on leave from school. Though my situation has changed, the core message is the same: I am enough. Even if I can do nothing, I am enough.
Dietary restrictions suck. Your food and lifestyle don’t have to.