When I was a little girl I wanted to be a scientist and study animals... what did you want to be? This is a pause-button moment - ponder a while, go back and think on it. Ask yourself - "what did I want to be when I was a kid". The reason to hit pause and go back is that there are clues that can be very helpful to us in our journey of "now".
Non-epileptic seizure Recovery is very much a journey. After experiencing the process of my own journey on the road of recovery I wanted to give others hope! Share my experiences, my humbling, and my answers for the "why". PNES or NEAD or NES (all mean non-epileptic seizures) can all lead you to a why... would you want to know? Can you rally your courage to face the cause and stop them? That is a very personal and individual question/answer. Maybe the answer is "not yet", or maybe "it's not alone" (no one can alone), or maybe it is a confident "yes!" Whichever way you answer, it is important to answer. It is important to plant in your mind the fact that others have and will continue to recover. It is important to know your value and worth. And it is important to find your "why(s)".
Christine Mauriello's core strengths include motivational speaking, teaching, relational skills’ training, coaching, and compassionate care to meet the recovery goals for those with PTSD, addiction, trauma, divorce, and other setbacks.