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Abigail
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Abigail

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Abigail was last seen:
Mar 28, 2016
  • My Story

    I suffered from pelvic versions of TMS for several years in my early twenties. I was diagnosed with vulvodynia, interstitial cystitis, vulvar vestibulitis, and pelvic floor dysfunction. I'd also struggled with carpal tunnel syndrome and knee pain. I discovered Dr. Sarno's work and read The Mindbody Prescription. Ta da! Lightbulb moment! I saw myself in his pages and spent the next several months figuring out how to apply the TMS concepts to myself. I became pain-free!

    I became so fascinated with the mind-body connection that I wanted to help others. I took life coach training so that I could become a coach, and I focused around healing TMS and re-connecting mind, body, and spirit. To me, TMS is a wake-up call that reminds or teaches us to connect to our inner selves and heal our entire lives. Now, I continue to practice as a coach and currently train others how to be Mind-Body Coaches as well.
    1. Marytabby
      Marytabby
      Hi Abigail,
      I would love to chat with you either here via messages or by phone. My current TMS is IC. I listened to your Schubiner interview and have a few questions for you. Thanks, Mary
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  • My Story

    Gender:
    Female
    Home Page:
    http://www.abigailsteidley.com
    Occupation:
    Mind-Body Coach
    I suffered from pelvic versions of TMS for several years in my early twenties. I was diagnosed with vulvodynia, interstitial cystitis, vulvar vestibulitis, and pelvic floor dysfunction. I'd also struggled with carpal tunnel syndrome and knee pain. I discovered Dr. Sarno's work and read The Mindbody Prescription. Ta da! Lightbulb moment! I saw myself in his pages and spent the next several months figuring out how to apply the TMS concepts to myself. I became pain-free!

    I became so fascinated with the mind-body connection that I wanted to help others. I took life coach training so that I could become a coach, and I focused around healing TMS and re-connecting mind, body, and spirit. To me, TMS is a wake-up call that reminds or teaches us to connect to our inner selves and heal our entire lives. Now, I continue to practice as a coach and currently train others how to be Mind-Body Coaches as well.