Freeing Yourself of Past Traumas to Live a More Optimistic Life.

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Season 2, Episode 33: The Living Full Out show with Nancy Solari urges us to take action in life to heal our past traumas. While it can often be difficult, taking the time to recover is essential in living an optimistic life. Nancy believes that the only way to move forward in life is to trust your instincts and to go in whole-heartedly. Our first caller, Henadee, is struggling with balancing her late work hours and her busy school schedule. Listen to hear how Nancy encourages her to put her priority demands first, and to make sure she avoids the triggers of an overly committed schedule. The second caller, Savannah, is wondering if her social work major is the right path for her. Hear how Nancy helps Savannah understand what most excites her in life, and encourages her to take guidance from others who have gone done the same path. Nancy urges Savannah to join LinkedIn in order to gain more opportunities once that course is clearer. Our inspirational guest today is Eric Mcelvenny. While serving as a Marine in Afghanistan in 2011, Eric stepped on an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) and had to have his leg amputated. Listen in as Eric shares his traumatic experience, from the excruciating pain and realization, to his eventual coping with the help of his daughter. Eric is an inspiration to all, as he continues to enter Iron Mans and trust in his new prosthetic leg. Our final caller, Patricia, is a nurse in Manhattan, and is struggling with a decision to either stay in her expensive apartment, or to move to one that is more affordable in Little Rock. Take note as Nancy encourages Patricia to live in the city with the biggest pull to her heart, and reassures her that no matter where she is, her family is always a plane or phone call away. At times it can be difficult to cope with trauma. But it is important to remember that even when it pops up, to embrace change, because it will always come with a lesson learned. Nancy reminds us to let life take its course, so that we can begin to live our lives full out

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