“People with PTSD have their floodgates wide open. Lacking a filter, they are on constant sensory overload. In order to cope, they try to shut themselves down and develop tunnel vision and hyper-focus. If they can’t shut down naturally, they may enlist drugs or alcohol to block out the world. The tragedy is that the... Continue Reading →
I spoke about acceptance in a short 30 second vlog here. And it seems to be something that people truly relate to in terms of being able to liberate them from a place of confinement created by their difficult circumstances. For me, I needed to personally accept the tragedy of missing another Olympic Games due... Continue Reading →
My dream died. My passionate pursuit has been felled. But weeks down the line, I'm finally SLOWLY starting to heal. Are you grieving too? Maybe this will help...
Inspired by my own perpetually-broken body, whilst trying to shake the phrase “injury-prone” from my own and others’ vocabulary when referring to me, I began to focus on the ‘positive’ side of my regular niggles and injuries. Positively, I know that when I do suffer an injury blow, I tend to recover “quicker than expected”,... Continue Reading →