Author: Anne

  • A Native American Life

    A Native American Life

    So many of us carry trauma with us, especially sensitive hearts. We protect ourselves by wrapping up the trauma or pain in a blanket and tucking it deep inside without even realizing it. What if you carried that tucked-away trauma for lifetimes. Well, many of the sessions I have had relate to trauma tucked away […]

  • Keto “French” Fries and ketchup

    Keto “French” Fries and ketchup

    The thought of keto French fries brings to mind a list of soggy replacements that are not only a paint to make, but yield a less-than-tasty outcome. I have tried everything from zucchini to breaded root veggies, but I am here to tell you that this is our absolute favorite keto French fry. “Coconut flour”, […]

  • Coconut Flour Pancakes by Anne

    Coconut Flour Pancakes by Anne

    So, we didn’t start out living a grain free life. I ate at regular Mexican and Italian restaurants just like everyone else in America for most of my life. Then, when chronic illness hit our family…things changed. We discovered the GAPS diet and took some time healing our guts…and thank goodness we did…because at the […]

  • GAPS Diet

    GAPS Diet

    Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAP Syndrome or GAPS) is a condition establishing a connection between the functions of the digestive system and the  brain. This term was coined by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD, MMedSci (neurology), MMedSci (human nutrition) in 2004 after working with hundreds of children and adults with neurological and psychiatric conditions, such as autistic spectrum disorders, […]

  • Preparing for a QHHT Session

    Preparing for a QHHT Session

    It is important that you feel safe and connected for your session, so I am here to answer any questions you may have. When you arrive, we will go over your list of questions and concerns to be addressed during your session. We will also get to know one another so that when your session […]

  • Calm and Rest Supplements

    Calm and Rest Supplements

    Keeping our cool not only feels better, but it helps us sleep better and we can also work to balance our fight response and kick it into rest and relax. There is scientific evidence showing that meditation actually changes the brain. There is also evidence showing that calming the nervous system can affect the immune […]

  • Scattered Path

    Scattered Path

    By ©Anne Goggans You might think yourself strong Made of stone With integral permanent strength Yet damaged, cracks crumble Bits of you Fall and scatter Chip, crack, disburse As the driest earth flakes, shed Just debris now These glimpses into a past no longer known All but gone A jumbled pile Then just a pebble […]

  • Who is Anne
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    Who is Anne

    This is my one long article. It whooshes over everything. don’t feel you need to read it all, but I know it will speak to someone. Who is this crazy woman writing this blog about chronic illness recovery? Why is she bothering to do this? What does she know about it anyway? Well, I know […]

  • Stress, Anxiety, and Good Sleep

    Stress, Anxiety, and Good Sleep

    I don’t think anyone could argue against getting good sleep, especially when healing or dealing with life trauma. Restless sleep, or sleepless nights can plague a stress filled life, and lying in bed with racing thoughts and worries can throw a wrench in the works. Our family has had our share of exhaustion from not […]

  • What the heck is CIRS?

    What the heck is CIRS?

    What the heck is CIRS anyway? How could chronic inflammation be at the root of my illness?

  • A New Day

    A New Day

    A New Day poem by Anne Goggans

  • Art Journaling Supplies

    Art Journaling Supplies

    Hello my lovelies, Here is a good long discussion of my art journaling supplies. I will come back in a bit to share links to products discussed in the video. Art has been a great method of recovery for me, and has helped me keep my equilibrium and find my joy through hard times. If […]