PTSD & Chronic Fatigue

I pushed myself so hard that one day I stopped and it was really challenging to get back into life. I burnt out my adrenals, not a simple task, it took many choices over many years of saying no to my body. I was doing event management, I would barely sleep for months in the lead up to an event, and then after the event, I would collapse for 3 to 4 weeks, then pick myself up and do it all over again.

My wounded story was creating my internal world, the wound was so ingrained, I built a lifestyle around defaulting my system to PTSD, I was constantly in a state of PTSD, which lead to adrenal chronic fatigue. Five years later I am still managing my fatigue. Managing my fatigue is now woven into the fabric of my day.

I invite you to lean in and ask yourself, do you hear your body’s messages? Do you listen to your body’s messages? Have you created a lifestyle around your wounded stories?