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"My goal is not to look like the airbrushed Photoshopped models. I just want to be healthy. I want to have energy to play with my kids. "- Sarah Bowser
Sarah Bowser, from That Weird, Nerdy Mom, has transformed her struggle with anxiety and hashimoto's, an autoimmune diagnosis, into a mission to help others find self-love and acceptance.
Embracing her weird, nerdy side, Sarah has learned to celebrate her uniqueness and encourages others to do the same. Through her own journey of self-discovery, she has developed a system for cultivating true self-belonging and now shares this approach with other women seeking to live authentically. Sarah's sincere passion for empowering individuals to embrace their identities makes her an inspiring figure for those looking to find their authentic self in the wake of a diagnosis.
Discussed In this episode:
- Unearthing the power of embracing your true self in the quest for belonging.
- What to do when you feel overlooked and misunderstood by your medical team.
- Recognizing the value of self-acceptance and mental tools like visualization and meditation for healing.
- The healing power of heavy metal and horror movies.
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