Visualizing my recovery


Reality really hit when, about 36 hours later, the nurse put on my back brace, and I attempted to walk across the hospital room.  I held on to the walker and took three steps.  Despite the morphine drip in the IV, the pain was almost entirely intolerable.  At this point of tremendous pain, I had…read more.

Intuitively aware


With the exception of two cracked ribs, I had never broken a bone.  But, when I heard the loud crack (a sound I will never forget) as I landed on my back on my garage floor, my body immediately told me, “I have broken my back!”  My intuition was speaking loudly and clearly, and I…read more.

Introduction


I believe everything is connected and happens for a reason, even if we do not recognize the reason at the time. I had an accident this summer (summer 2010) and it created an opportunity for me to share how my life experiences and work relate to my own health.  By blogging about my traumatic injury…read more.