Do you feel pinned down by life? Are your obstacles overwhelming you? Guess what? Me too!
Hi, I am Amy Jordan. My mission is to support YOU in Transforming any Trauma into Triumph & Inspire everyone to Dance Because You Can.
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A weekly video series to help you turn any trauma into triumph!
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A 6-Week webinar to walk through the 5 Steps of D.A.N.C.E.
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A 90 day health and wellness investigation.
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5 STEPS TO TRANSFORM TRAUMA INTO TRIUMPH
HAVE YOU EVER HAD one of those moments when you think, “How could things get any worse?”
Maybe something happened and you instantly knew life would never be the same. From a divorce to a financial crisis to a health challenge to some unforeseen traumatic event, there is no shortage of things that could go wrong in this life.
26 Tips for Easier Living with Diabetes
Let’s be real. Daily life with type 1 diabetes is rough. It takes constant attention. The slightest thing can throw us off.
Have you found traveling or social situations with diabetes a challenging? Are you tired of trying to manage awkward diabetes moments? This simple book is a guide to hopefully make life with Type 1 diabetes easier.
This is in NO Way medical advice. As stated in the book the author is NOT A Doctor or medical professional.
In one moment, I was a girl pursuing her deferred dreams and soaking in the sun.
In the next moment, I was face down on a busy city street.
I couldn’t move. I felt stuck to the ground. I also couldn’t feel my right leg.
Minutes passed as I was in and out of consciousness. The sun felt warm, but the pavement felt cold. A brief springtime rain shower had left a layer of dampness on the ground, and I remember feeling dirty as I lay there in the middle of the road. I wanted to stand up and wash off all the grime, but something was holding me down.