I had an appointment with Deb today to discuss some concerns I'm having about my health. Unfortunately, I feel as though I got to such a great point with my progress where I was glowing from the inside out and now, that glow is slowly starting to fade. I have worked tremendously hard to maintain my health on this sensitive journey of mine. Anyone who follows TSL knows that very well. It's month 6 of my journey on the Leap MRT diet and I'm at a place where I find myself looking back at my journey to figure out where exactly my health reached a plateau. Could it have been shortly after returning home from Italy? I don't know. It's almost pointless to speculate. At this point, I have to work with what I know and figure out how I'm going to move forward and get my glow back.
Deb said something to me this afternoon that warmed my heart and felt true to my soul. She told me I was resilient. Sometimes it's tremendously helpful to be reminded of your strength even if you know it's there. I'm a strong person no matter how sensitive I am to the core- literally. I've adapted so well to my sensitive life, both internally and externally. As I've mentioned before, I've worked very hard to create a sensitivity-friendly environment for myself at all times. I don't use any personal care products you'd find on store shelves because of the chemicals they contain; I read every single label of any product or food I ever come in contact with; I'm always researching natural, alternative remedies for all aches, pains, and discomfort; I pack "sensitive snacks" with me when I go away for the weekend with friends- the list goes on. I've adapted once before and I am more than confident I can do it again. As I always tell my followers, your health IS worth it. I will do whatever it takes to get my glow back. I'm sure many of you who have experienced similar challenges would agree. I'm glad I have The Sensitive Life community this time around and I look forward to sharing the next phase of my sensitive journey with you all. My previous success with the Leap program makes me eager to get the ball rolling and see how things have changed since March. I'm more than ready to feel my best again!
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