Do you know her?
She is fighting a battle against her poor health. She is not on her last leg, yet she has lost years of her life. She remembers how she used to feel. What she used to do—sprint triathlons and yoga. Now those are a distant memory. She has good days and bad days—more bad than good. So she keeps looking for the one doctor, the one team that will get her better. She knows that she can’t stop until she rediscovers the magic of feeling well.
She is facing seemingly insurmountable obstacles. She is fighting the enemy within. She looks fine on the outside, but on the inside a war is raging. Her opponent? Debilitating chronic disease. What does that mean? Migraines that won't go away. Insomnia that leaves her exhausted. Unending fatigue. Fuzzy thinking. Joint pain. Ugly rashes. Heartburn. Constipation. Hormones. Depression. Diabetes.
She has an outstanding amount of courage—she is tapping into a strength she didn’t know she had.
And although she is a warrior, there are angry tears. The pharmaceuticals have done little good. She needs to get back to life. She wants to stop hitting pause. She wants her vitality back, her power back.
She needs an alternative approach. A partner who will listen to her story. A partner with intuition. One who can anticipate what will happen next. One who will provide hope. One who does health differently because everything she has tried to date hasn’t worked. A rebel healer of sorts.
What she wants? A team to fight for her. She’s still dreaming of triathlons and yoga, and she's not going to give in.