my-truth

Today's post is going to be all about my truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Why, because I want to be completely upfront with everyone from the very start.

This website and blog are based on me, my health, my fitness and my wellness journey post-cancer. It’s where I’ll document everything and share my thoughts, feelings, ideas, experiences, lessons, research, studies and training with you. 

I’m not here to tell anyone what to do, or what not to do. That’s not my place. What you do with the information is entirely up to you. Hence why I now have a disclaimer, privacy policy and terms & conditions. For those just in case moments.

You see, I've changed. I’m not the same person as I was before cancer, that kind of serious sh#t changes you. For me, it was for the better, but it didn't come without its many trials and tribulations along the way. What hasn't changed is my belief that honesty is the best policy. I may or may not have a different approach and perspective on all things health, fitness and wellness compared to you and that’s okay, as long as we’re all respectful towards one another we’re going to get along just fine.

I also want to be crystal clear on a couple of crucial things. Firstly I'm not interested in answering questions or contributing towards negative media ‘hot topics’ about any health/fitness/wellness person or industry. It’s simply none of my business and not my place. Secondly, I have zero tolerance towards any comments I deem to be of a bullying, nasty or negative nature being left here on my website or any of my social media. I'll either not publish them or delete them without question. 

I have to protect myself from the things in life that simply don’t serve me so I can be all that I’m intended to be. Then and only then can I focus all my energy on finishing healing internally and externally post-cancer. I've taken a ginormous leap of faith putting myself back out on the internet where I could be judged negatively. Especially so when I have a mental health background. But that's a risk I'm willing to take. The pros outweigh the cons.

So now you know what my truth is, I’d love to hear what your truth is by leaving me a comment. Being different and having different perspectives is what life is all about. Wouldn't you agree?

Next, I'll be talking about what #findhopeinehalth is all about on Friday. I hope you stick around for that one.

love-lia
 


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