emma hogg, psychotherapist, malta, fibromyalgia, healing

How Trauma Triggered my Chronic Pain VLOG

In today’s vlog, I speak about how the chronic pain I’ve experienced for most of my life was triggered by traumatic events in my youth. I also speak about what’s happening on a physiological level when we experience trauma and how that contributes to chronic pain. Also, tips for getting the body and mind into a state where healing is possible.

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emma hogg, a life i choose, joy

Why we’re not meant to be happy all the time

Ola my friends!

I hope you’ve had a joyful week!

This week’s video is a day-in-the-life kind of vlog, where after spending some fun time with my family I have a fibro flare-up and get into a bit of a funk. We chat about fibromyalgia, resiliency and what they mean to me, and why we’re not meant to be happy all the time because each emotion serves a vital purpose.

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emma hogg, goals, a life i choose, psychotherapist, malta

How I Choose My Goals VLOG // My Fibro Recovery Story

Ola my friends!

I hope you’ve had a fantastic week!

In this week’s vlog, you join Pete and I at our first circuit training session! For the longest time, I avoided intense work-outs because I feared they’d send me into a fibro flare-up. After working on my recovery for the past 3 years, I finally feel strong enough to take my fitness to the next level.

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emma hogg, a life i choose, psychotherapist

My Experience of Fibromyalgia: 2018 Update

Fibro can feel like a slow-death sentence. My condition had deteriorated so badly, I knew that I had to get better or my life was heading nowhere good. I researched the condition like crazy and applied any lifestyle adjustment that I thought could help. These are the 4 adjustments I’ve found most helpful. I hope they help you (or someone you love) too. x

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