Curing Chronic Fatigue
One woman’s journey to heal what doctors told her was impossible.
For years, Fiona Cutts was controlled by her crippling fear of chronic fatigue.
“I used to be so shy that I could scarcely say my name in public”, Cutts says. “My fear of public speaking was so intense that people would often say to me, ‘How are you going to make this work in the corporate world?’ I did make it work, through a mixture of avoidance and sheer determination, but eventually, the effort caused me to develop chronic fatigue syndrome.”
Numerous studies show that getting stuck in negative emotional patterns – anger, loneliness, sadness, stress...
Mind. Body. Spirit. Good Health Requires You to Honor All Three
When I was in the depths of a six-year illness, with chronic fatigue syndrome, I did not even consider how I could be the “best me” or even what most people would define as healthy. Crippled by fatigue, brain fog and low mood, I was utterly consumed with surviving and hoping that one day I would be able to live a half-decent life.
Many years later, working as a healer and empowerment coach, I can clearly see that in order to recover from chronic illness, or in order to create a thriving, happy life, we need to look at different aspects of ourselves as human beings. When I first became ill, I was convinced that,,
Today FM: Dermot & Dave Show
Communications professional educates us on Mind Yourself Now - Mind Yourself Now is a section of the show where we help in looking after all aspects of the mind, body and soul. Today it was the turn of the mind. Public speaking is one of the most daunting situations a person can find themselves in, no matter what the age or profession. The thought of it alone can prove to be crippling and affects a high percentage of the population.
'Communications expert Fiona Cutts called in this morning to offer her advice and knowledge to the listeners.
Fiona spoke of her own reservations at public speaking years ago, and how she overcame the demons. She also gave us some invaluable information and techniques as she answered the multitude of questions sent in from the public.'