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In this episode, I talk about mental health. It's okay not to be okay. Initially, I started running to help me lose weight because I was clinically depressed after my mother passed away with breast cancer and with the emotional eating I gained about twenty pounds.
I found that it was not only good for my body, but it was good for my mind and my spirit. It became a part of my therapy.
Join me today to listen to my story about NOT being OK, and why listening to your body can save your life.
- The Olympics and mental health of participants
- What we can learn from Simone Biles withdrawal from the Olympics
- How Covid has affected us all, and my personal experience
- My knee injury, shoulder injury and saddle sores (and a bike crash!)
- How slowing down from sports has affected me mentally
- The importance of listening to your body
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