Hey – my name is Nadine. Sickness took my old life so that I am creating a new life from scratch at the very moment.
Maybe I can do good by sharing my story. Who knows – we will see.
Photographs, texts, and opinions are my own – If you have any questions feel free to contact me at any time.
For me, recovery is more than regaining physical health. My life changed in such a profound way due to illness that there is more to fix than physiological balance.
I have to create a whole new life. I have to heal my social life, my career, emotional wounds and mental scars, I have to heal every single part of my life. [READ ON]
Life is like a mountain road. It goes up and down. Sometimes the panorama is breathtakingly beautiful, sometimes you got stuck in a dark tunnel, sometimes rocks block your path all of a sudden. You never know what’s going to happen next.
In other words, change and unexpected turnarounds are the most reliable things in life at all. But good news: They are the fuel for personal growth & development. [READ ON]
Are you aware of your awareness? Why do you behave, think and feel the way you are behaving, thinking and feeling? Do you even know how you are feeling right now?
Living consciously is about being in touch with oneself, one’s environment, with life itself. It’s about observing, reflecting, and understanding your inner world in resonance with the world around you. It’s the necessary foundation for personal development and growth as well as for the health of the mind, body, and soul. [READ ON]
As an ex-chronic ill person, I confidently consider myself as an expert regarding that issue. I have lived in the absence of health and with its limiting and transforming impacts on my life for years.
Health is not a one-dimensional condition of physical or mental well-being. It’s a lot more – it’s about your overall lifestyle. Every aspect of your life either nourishes or drains your energy, is either beneficial or unbeneficial for your health. [READ ON]
“If you can’t change your fate, change your attitude.”
// Charles Revson