I spent 7 years in bed. This is how I got on my feet again.

Could you imagine being bedridden for 7 years due to a back injury?  I lived like that.

After 5 failed surgeries, doctors told me there was nothing left to do. But the Universe had other plans for me.  

On this week’s episode of the podcast “I Have Today with Diane Forster,” I share what happened, and how I got back on my feet again.

My story of determination, of self-healing, and triumphing past the pain and into a powerful existence where I now help women to boost their confidence is a story that will, I hope, inspire and empower you!

Here’s a preview:

 

You can catch the full episode (#82) on YouTube or on iTunes.

Please let me know what you think about the interview in the comment box below.

And please check out @dianeforsterofficial for links to Diane’s other brilliant interviews.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Be safe and well, my friend.

2 thoughts on “I spent 7 years in bed. This is how I got on my feet again.

  1. Julaina Kleist-Corwin June 15, 2020 — 11:03 pm

    The interview excerpt is short but powerful. I felt a transformation even if I don’t know the whole story. It produced a visceral reaction for me to hear you speak about what you said to the doctor. After seven years in bed, the shift to be well proves the cure is within us.

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    1. Thank you, Julaina, for sharing how this interview excerpt affected you. And I love your takeaway – the cure is within us. So true!

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