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She talks about the ways her PTSD affects her life but also about the empathy she learned at a young age that inspires her to teach yoga in prisons, especially fellow survivors of sex-trafficking.
Click here to watch a documentary about Anneke Visit the website for her foundation LiberationPrisonYoga. Every little bit helps. Welcome to episode with my guest Anneke Lucas. The website for this show is mentalpod.
All kinds of stuff you can do there. You can read blogs, guest blogs. Just posted a great one by my friend and former guest Cassie Snider about body image.
So check that out.
You can take surveys there. You can do the forum, you can browse the forum or you can join it and post and connect to other people. Mostly because I know they were talking about me.
What do I have to share with you? This vitamin D that I have been on now for a month is making all the difference in the world. It is going away. But thank you everyone that came out in Brooklyn. I had such a great trip. I had so many amazing moments being there. I recorded a ton of people, lots of different backgrounds, lots of different issues, and I just really, really loved it.
This is a Struggle in a Sentence survey. His issue is depression. Snapshot from his life: She is—she has bipolar II, which she describes as a kiddie rollercoaster you must ride forever. Small ups and downs repeating over and over.
I have to finish braiding the smaller pieces to make into a bigger piece, tie it off with a knot, put it back in a ponytail, relax. Must untie the knot, untangle the hair. I cleaned the entire apartment, rearranged the pantry, put things in labeled boxes on shelves, moved a mattress and box spring to the garage in the middle of a Florida summer.
I felt like I could do anything. By the time my boyfriend got home at 5: I knew the next day was gonna be a crash.
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