Five years ago I was completely lost in every sense of the word and I felt like a total and utter failure.
After losing my dream job to debilitating chronic daily migraines, I had no idea who I was anymore. I was no longer that glamorous air hostess travelling the world. I had become a shell of my former self, bed bound, simply living in an endless world of pain.
Now fast forward five years and my god the tables have turned. I have been on the most intense, heartbreaking, excruciatingly painful, exhausting, gut-wrenching, frustrating, difficult, testing, emotional journey of my life. However, it was all meant to be. It was all in preparation for something extraordinary.
In my life, I always knew I was destined for something big (but by no means do I mean this in an arrogant way, more just that I knew that I was going to make a difference in the world one day). I had no idea how, what or when that would be, but it’s just something that’s always been there in my gut.
Then the incredible Anthony Coco walked into my life and brought with him Head Health and it all suddenly made sense.
So our mission at Head Health is to educate migraineurs about the ability to gain control of their health and end their suffering because as Anthony and myself both know, FREEDOM IS POSSIBLE!
We are currently in the process of creating a groundbreaking 18-week coaching program that will take the sufferer on a journey to discover their unique body in a way they have never done before in order to break free from their migraines and headaches, using all the tools, knowledge and experience Anthony, myself and our team have learned on our own personal journeys to freedom.
Our team has now grown and expanded and I am so incredibly grateful to be working alongside such talented individuals.
In the midst of my chronic suffering, I had no idea why it was all happening, but now it completely makes sense to me. Every single ache, pain, migraine, struggle, setback, battle, symptom, breakdown, stress, heartbreak, testing time, headache, success, soreness, appointment, avenue I pursued, counselling session, triumph and process that I went through was leading me to this very moment in my life.
It was preparing me for that ‘something greater than myself’ that I had known I had been destined for all along. It was finally here and I couldn’t be more grateful for chronic migraines changing my life in the way that they have.
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So I’ll leave you with this final thought today – “Believe that there is purpose in your pain” – Karren Warren. There was in mine, what’s the purpose in your pain?
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