I shared a post a couple of weeks back about the struggles our cognitive nutrition specialist and head coach Huggy has faced over the last year. As a follow up post, I want to share his most recent update. I think it’s important to convey that the physical changes our members accomplish via working with TKN only scratch the surface of the power of what’s possible. The MOST important part of what we do is facilitate positive LIFE change by helping members effectively develop and implement skills which result in transformation at the core of who they are.
Side note: Our family lost my sister-in-law to suicide just under a year ago. I have faced some dark days myself. Our program aims to help people who have all but given up restore that which is most important to them. Things such as mental health, physical state, relationships, behaviors, hobbies, etc. which have been reduced to fragments for a variety of reasons and ultimately, create a life they experience as worth living. We help people control what they can control and develop the resilience necessary to make it through that which they might not be able to control. We help them align behaviors with priorities so that they net more of the outcomes they may have stopped believing our possible.
In Huggy’s words:
“A little #ThrowbackThursday laugh for everyone.
On the left was fat Huggy about 7 years ago, prior to meeting Dr. Kashey.
I was between 230-250 here (I would fluctuate about 20lbs easily, lol). I was big and strong, but my life was chaotic.
On the right was me yesterday (2/16/22). About 175lbs. Not nearly as big or as strong. However, my life is much more ordered and manageable.
The biggest takeaway for me though is that in yesterday’s picture, it has been about 4 years since I have been hospitalized for a suicide attempt vs the 3 months since being released from a psychiatric hold in the first picture.
I’m still a work in progress every day. Only now, I’m doing things on purpose and with purpose. I’m actively producing more than I am consuming. I’m building a life worth living.
What I would like you to takeaway from this is the following: In the first picture, I was hopeless. I had done the best I could and “nothing got better.”
In the second picture, I have hope, but more importantly, I’m learning life skills to improve my position. I know how to ask for help and since there is structure in my life, I have an idea of where to start.
So, if you feel hopeless, let us know how we can support you in becoming the hero of your own story.”
If you are struggling and need support, I’m always here. Do not give up!
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