Jun 4, 2019
Today on the Inner Circle, it’s
a powerful and vulnerable conversation that centers around
listening to your body and what it’s telling you. We often allow
pain to become our new normal, or spend time searching for answers
and trying just to push through another day while going into our
“power mode”. Laura Krosky joins Carrie to openly and honestly share her
story on illness from breast implants. She talks about why she
decided to get them, how they made her very sick for years and how
she discovered thousands of women had a story just like hers. Laura
also opens up on getting them out, and what it is like to readjust
and fully accept a natural body.
What You’ll Hear in This Episode:
- Laura’s story of being
raised in a conservative Christian family, and how that played a
role upon her body image and self-confidence as a
love of coaching, holding space for others and showing them the
path to accomplish their own dreams.
about Laura’s time working
at Zappo’s, and what she loved so much about the job.
Laura was someone in touch with her own body and fitness, which is
why not feeling well or in shape was so distant and unexpected for
thoughts behind Laura’s decision to get breast implants, and why her
body would create a capsule around them and begin to fight them as
a foreign object.
Laura felt good for about 2
- 2.5 years until she didn’t. She explains her debilitating
symptoms of joint pain, bloating, exhaustion and much
her masseuse was the one to plant the seed that her implants may be
causing the illness, and why that thought originally felt like a
failure to her.
- Laura’s discovery of
thousands of other women that also shared her story, and why it
helped her to know she wasn’t alone.
there are great doctors who can help with empathy, knowledge, and
process of getting an explant, and the life-changing ways it turned
her life back around.
awesome her soulmate husband is, and how he showed her support and
love for who she is on the inside and the outside.
she feels in her natural body and the adjustments she has made in
life moving forward with no implants.
can I teach a workshop on vulnerability and not stand up and be
thought of not being able to control myself felt like a failure for
started to see the women’s story after story, and I felt like they
were all my story.”
- “There was so much gratitude that happened, now
I was back to myself.”
Breast Implant Illness and Healing by Nicole
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