The POWER of asking for help 🚀



My son was 1 day old when I realised I had a prolapse. It took me another 2 years to get the help I needed.

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Why?!

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We moved house when my son was 7 days old (I know, I know..!), we home ed our kids and my husband was on a hectic (to say the least) schedule with his anaesthetist training.

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Getting through each day was what was happening.

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And to be honest I didn't know what to do with my prolapse other than pelvic floor exercises - which weren't helping. So I popped my head in the sand and waited for them to help.

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But they didn't help..

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Looking back I would have loved to have had someone scoop me up in those early days - but there were some obstacles for me to overcome to prioritise my health.

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Fast forward 2.5 years from his birth and my life - both physically and mentally - was in a completely different place. Prolapse is wrapped up in physical and emotional complexities which you only really understand if you've been there. Looking back I only wish I had taken the plunge and got the help I needed sooner.

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For me, the uphill struggle started to ease when I asked for help, decided that my prolapse wasn't going to rule my life and that there HAD to be more than pelvic floor exercises or surgery.

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Are you tired of your own uphill struggle?

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Asking for help could be the launch pad you're looking for.

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And if you're not used to putting your needs first - you're about to see what magical things it does to you and those around you.

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I'm taking bookings for the Create Lift Programme now for November and the New Year - so if you're ready to put yourself first and experience the life changing power of Create Lift, get in touch with me today!

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Alice x

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