That Sinking Feeling: Pushing to the Breaking Point

Lindsay Miller-

She went through years of infertility, autoimmune disease, overwork and loss, She took her physical and emotional health to the breaking point.

 “Life is full of experiences that are challenging to cope with and for every stress we face, there are consequences for our physical and emotional health.  Oftentimes we want to handle problems on our own but that leads to burnout and overwhelm”.  

She knows because she has been there.  She takes struggle and turns that around to empathize and connect with others. It helps us find meaning and a reference to it. What a great way to look at our potential and how we get through life’s challenges. Making small adjustments and learning to work toward a calmer existence. Imagine how different life can be when you no longer have that “sinking feeling” and you are in the right mindset.

Lindsay has a degree in Child Development as well as Mindfulness, Yoga and Health Coaching Certifications. She helps women and children recover from stressful experiences and build resilience for the future. She shares tools to help clients uncover their strengths, develop healthy habits, and improve their self-talk. By creating a safe space to work through stressful situations like family conflict, divorce, illness, infertility and loss, Lindsay supports clients as they unlock their potential to live meaningful and intentional lives in any situation.

You can learn more about Lindsay on her website TheStressNanny.com, Instagram @thestressnanny, and you can listen to her Podcast The Stress Nanny with Lindsay Miller.

Published by Lorie

Hello and welcome to Sailing Through Life! My name is Lorie. I am a 2-time melanoma cancer survivor and a sailor - in my heart and on the water. I want to be a beacon of light to others with life challenges and be an inspiration to stay positive while going through these life-altering events. Join me as I set sail on this new adventure... Sailing Through Life.

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