From Victim to Empowered: Create Your Life, Even with Autoimmune Disease

Sarah Kolman RN, MA, CHPN, INHC

In 2017, we dove into some of the nuts and bolts of the connection between cortisol (the stress hormone) and our body’s ability to heal. We learned that we prevent our body from healing itself when we don’t support a parasympathetic response of the autonomic nervous system. Over the next three months, we’re going to explore more of its complex role with autoimmune disease and its key place in the autoimmune puzzle. From my experience, you can’t heal effectively if you skip over the nervous system. Read more about how a victim mindset could be sabotaging your efforts to heal.  

Maintain Your Social Energy This Holiday Season

Written by: Sarah Kolman RN, MA, CHPN, INHC

The holiday season can be taxing for anyone, but I know from my clients that it’s even tougher on folks with autoimmune disease. Whether it’s grappling with the fatigue symptomatic in any autoimmunity issue or figuring out the details of what to eat while out and about, this season of social gatherings can leave one feeling depleted, frustrated, and isolated. Learn some tips and tricks to maintaining your energy this holiday season here. 

The holiday season can be taxing for anyone, but I know from my clients that it’s even tougher on folks with autoimmune disease. Whether it’s grappling with the fatigue symptomatic in any autoimmunity issue or figuring out the details of what to eat while out and about, this season of social gatherings can leave one feeling depleted, frustrated, and isolated. Learn some tips and tricks to maintaining your energy this holiday season here

Boundaries: A Prerequisite for Compassion and a Tool For Healing

Written by: Sarah Kolman RN, MA, CHPN, INHC

Boundaries are a common focus in my work with clients, especially when honing in on stress management, self-care, addressing unhealthy relationships, and brainstorming ideas for a better work/life balance. Read more about why I spend so much time working on boundaries with people. 

Boundaries are a common focus in my work with clients, especially when honing in on stress management, self-care, addressing unhealthy relationships, and brainstorming ideas for a better work/life balance. Read more about why I spend so much time working on boundaries with people. 

8 Unexpected Benefits of the Autoimmune Protocol

Written by: Sarah Kolman RN, MA, CHPN, INHC

As anyone who has grappled with autoimmune disease knows, it’s not something you can heal with a pill or procedure. My health coaching clients who are new to dealing with autoimmune disease often feel like they’re living in an alternate reality— like any disorienting experience, it can come with its fair share of uncertainty, anxiety, and fear. But when we move past the suffering and ...  Read more  

As anyone who has grappled with autoimmune disease knows, it’s not something you can heal with a pill or procedure. My health coaching clients who are new to dealing with autoimmune disease often feel like they’re living in an alternate reality— like any disorienting experience, it can come with its fair share of uncertainty, anxiety, and fear. But when we move past the suffering and ...  Read more