Although your personal circumstances are unique, there are some common scenarios that happen when people are concerned about feeling better when they’re dealing with health issues they never anticipated.
See if one or more of these situations, or perhaps a combination of them, sounds like what you’re facing right now.
- You’re trying to figure out what the problem is: It’s gotten to a point where you are so tired of not feeling like yourself that you’ve begun talking to various providers, surfing the net, asking others for help and you’re feeling overwhelmed and frustrated in the process.
- You’re exhausted from taking care of yourself and still not getting your needs met: You know what the problem is and you are following your provider’s recommendations but you’re still not getting better. You wonder why things aren’t working for you and how you can feel better.
- Helping someone you love deal with their health: You’re taking care of someone who’s dealing with a health concern and it’s stressing you out as you adjust to the new roles you have taken on.
No matter which of these situations you find yourself in, I can help you. Would you like to talk about this? Let me know and we’ll schedule a 15 minute chat.
Some common concerns that my clients experience are:
- Back pain, migraine headaches, Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis or some other chronic condition that tends to lie dormant for a while and then flares up
- Diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, or obesity which requires daily management and frequent check ins to stay on top of it
- Hypothyroidism, menopause, depression, ADHD, or another issue related to mental health that can be in remission for a while and then flare up with a vengeance
- Burnout from taking care of someone else and putting your own needs aside for a long time such that you’re now running on a combination of adrenalin and exhaustion.
For over 30 years, I have worked with situations like these and helped clients just like you to get through them.
I have the skills to help you take control of your situation and make the decisions that are right for you. I’ve been in this situation many times myself – as both a patient and as someone taking care of loved ones – and through my own personal experience as well as my work with others, I have the skills to guide you through your own health circumstances.
My approach works best if you value:
- Clear Communication: You recognize that you must do your part to give your provider clear concise information about your symptoms along with specific questions about how to handle your situation
- Listening Carefully: You are willing to listen to your provider’s instructions and understand them thoroughly.
- Trusting Yourself to Know What You Need: You are willing to ask yourself if what is being suggested is truly a match for your needs, even when you’re feeling overwhelmed and confused.
- Staying Open to Change: You are committed to noticing how you’re feeling and tweak your strategies as needed, seeing your provider at appropriate times.
- Self Awareness: You have enough awareness to know that something’s missing from your life when you’re burned out and running on adrenalin at the same time.
If this is you, be sure and download my free Appointment Preparation Worksheet by clicking here.
Then, you may be wondering how it works so click here and I’ll tell you more.