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Gina Polce

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Gina Polce


My story begins in 2013 when a long time friend passed away from a preventable infection.
I could not shake the mourning of my friend long after his death. I was becoming disconnected and depressed while being stuck in my unhealthy habits and unhealthy emotional patterns. I knew I wanted to change, I just did not know how or where to begin. With the help of an amazing healer, I was able to see that I was not just grieving his death, I was struggling with years of suffering.

I knew, in my own ways, I was not taking care of myself like I truly wanted to because I simply did not know how. Thanks to the coach in my life, through many sessions, this was brought to my awareness and we could then begin the healing process.

It was crucial for me to have someone guiding me through all of the emotions I experienced and also holding me accountable for the changes I desired. We worked together, but the power was within me.
I began to appreciate my body and mind from a whole new perspective. It is true that our bodies are our temples and we must protect and nourish them. With this fact being at the forefront of everything that I do, I feel more alive than ever. I am inspired to pass this way of life along with so that more people do not get lost due to personal neglect whether it be through toxic relationships, foods that hold no nutritional value, or by living each day frustrated by being in your own skin.


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