In this episode, I’m joined by Amy Clover of Strong Inside Out. Amy joins me to share her story of how she has battled through depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder by making herself stronger from the inside out.
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Amy was diagnosed with clinical depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder while she was in high school.
Effects of the traumatic experience:
Amy became rebellious, she experimented with drugs and alcohol, she got into the wrong relationships, and was suicidal.
Overcoming the traumatic experience:
Cognitive behavioral therapy, fitness, and mindfulness have helped Amy get to where she is today.
What Amy does today:
Amy is a fitness trainer, writer, and speaker.
Given what you know now, if you could go back to when you were going through the tough times and give yourself one piece of advice, what would it be?
Amy's Answer: You are stronger than you know and this too shall pass.
StrongInsideOut.com - Amy's website where you can learn more about her or contact her
Cyberobics - Where Amy is part of a group of 12 elite trainers
The Words I Needed to Hear When I Was Struggling - Amy's blog post with the letter she wrote to herself
5 Truths Only Depressives Understand & How to Fight Back - Amy's blog post for anyone struggling with depression
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Amy's photo by: Kirk Hensler