Join Life Interrupted Radio’s host Sharon Sayler as she shares fan favorites clips of tips for dealing with autoimmune and thriving regardless of diagnosis.
First, from author Toni Bernhard is part of a fascinating interview from someone who is living well with a chronic illness while helping others to live well too regardless of their diagnosis. Looking back over her 14-years since her diagnosis, Toni will reveal what she has discovered about living life to its fullest and how you can uncover your whole new life. In this Best Of Interview clip Toni shares how thinking small leads to a bigger, fuller life and how to move out of your stories into possibilities and opportunities.
Toni Bernhard is the author of three critically-acclaimed books, How to Be Sick, How to Wake Up, and the just-released How to Live Well with Chronic Pain and Illness. In this conversational interview Toni shares practical tips she has learned from her 14 years of living well even with a chronic illness. You can learn more about Toni and her books at her website www. tonibernhard.com.
Next Sharon shares clips from When Something Is Just Not Right…. Could It Be Adrenal Fatigue? with Integrative Holistic Nutritionist Elissa Goodman when she answers what to do when you are plagued with unexplained symptoms, like exhaustion, caffeine dependency, low libido, sleep issues, digestion upsets, unexplained weight gain (especially stubborn belly fat), mid-day fatigue, tiredness in the afternoon, depression, anxiety, changes in mood… including healthy ways to rev up our metabolism without draining our adrenals.
Plus, Elissa shares with you a wonderful bonus over at www.elissagoodman.com. Register today to get a full week of cleansing recipes, taken from her highly popular L.A. Soup Cleanse and you will also receive her 10 Cancer Free Life Hacks.
And last but not least, Gail Jessen, autoimmune thriver and serial adventurer shares how to find the golden pockets of transformation hiding in your life including our undiscovered divine treasure maps that point to your greatest transformation opportunities.
Gail’s calling is helping people radically change their life by asking one question: “How do you want to feel?” Her work focuses on clarity, permission, and freedom, encouraging people to transform life as they know it and choose their own adventure. After being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s, an autoimmune disease that attacks the thyroid, she committed to deconstruct her life and rebuild it on her terms. She left her career of 15-years to travel the world indefinitely, beginning her journey with a one-way ticket to Bali. You can learn more about Gail at www.aseriesofadventures.com