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From Audio: Building Bulletproof Backs Ep 3 - Swim into your next Chapter with Louisa Cruz

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‎Building Bulletproof Backs
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any injury, we must remember how we approach it is what we are modeling to our Children. So, there's opportunity, even in that for us to demonstrate what healings about, you know, and having those conversations with our kids, that um, healing requires movement, it requires noticing our emotions. It requires noticing the thoughts in our head attached to the injury. You know, those conversations can never start too early and I think kids particularly, almost no, these things organically, and you know, when you hear a child talk about an injury, they have a natural knowing that it will get better as adults, we struggle with that idea a lot because of perhaps the misinformed advice from health professionals or GPS or whoever's pathway across and we seek guidance. Uh, sometimes the prognosis is a little bit pessimistic. Did you have any experiences like that? I think the most difficult thing we're going to see um or seek advice about um the back pain was the unholy stick approach. Um, yeah, and that there wasn't a heap of understanding about, you know, this, that sort of, was able to diagnose this is what we think it is, but I think I also got to a point where I, even though physically I knew that there was nothing nothing there anymore. There was still the pain like you sort of were talking about with people going and having surgery. Um, and I think it took me a long time then to finally accept that the pain was then purely a mental thing that simply my brain and my body was still locked in this cycle of pain. Um even though there was physically nothing there anymore, and that's a hard one to grasp, isn't it? That the that the pain can be wired into your neurology, long after the actual tissue damage or trauma is there. And different techniques are required when it sort of gets to that stage. But again, it's still possible with the right techniques. Yeah, absolutely. But I think it takes um a fairly skilled set of hands and a skilled mind to have those tools available. Well, I think people action them when they actually believe they might work. I think if it's all a bit intellectually and they don't actually believe that whatever you're suggesting is going to work, they kind of don't fully commit. And you know, I think, I think sometimes nothing about persistent back paying that forces you to go deeper if you really want to be out of it, you actually have to do the work, you have to do the mental work and you have to learn how to move a bit better. And you know, it's like anything in life that won't shift easily, we have to dig deeper and develop more skills. And in that way it's always for our own benefit. Yeah. Yeah. And I think the strength that you gain through digging that deep um is such a such a gift really. It is a gift that helped you swim 20 km
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