Chronic Illness hijacks your life
Oh, remember the days when you actually lived your life instead of being stuck on the couch, or missed family vacations? Remember when you actually had the energy to make dinner or get out of bed in the morning?
If you’re like most people with an invisible chronic illness such as:
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- Crohn's Disease
- Hashimoto’s Disease
- Autoimmune disorder
- Lyme Disease with co-infections
- And many others...
then you know how hard it is. The worrying and wondering what’s happening to your once healthy body. The mystery symptoms, the brain fog, the endless medical visits. The family, friends and health professionals who don’t take you seriously.
Oh, how your body deserves a break from all the turmoil and upheaval.
It’s hard to have hope that life can be any different.
But it can be….
Here’s what no one tells you about Invisible Chronic Illness
There is usually not some instant, magic recovery. I know, I wanted one too.
But here is the good news… there is a solution for you.
Now, no two solutions are alike. Your solution will be unique for you.
Oh, and here’s the other thing: YOU know YOU best, so YOU are the best person to uncover your unique healing steps.
But I’m so exhausted!
I know. I also know that your brain fog doesn’t allow for an in depth, multi-step plan.
I wrote this book because I am on a mission to ensure you don't have to go through what I went through; the merry-go-round of tests, doctors and the general feelings of doubt and invisibility.
So let’s start slow. Let me be your guide. Let me break this down and keep things simple.
Resounding Praise for Hope in a Dark Tunnel
Reviews for Hope in a Dark Tunnel
“As someone who is intimately familiar with invisible chronic illnesses, I ask Bev, why didn’t you write this sooner?? 'Hope in a Dark Tunnel' is an invaluable resource for those who are suffering and those who are watching others suffer. Starting with her own story, Bev takes the shame out of an illness and weaves a clear roadmap to feeling well.
“To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself.” This quote is the crux of how to successfully manage a chronic illness. There will always be doctors or alternative forms of medicine. But ultimately it’s about the choices we each make. Bev Roberts clearly and succinctly lays out the roadmap of choices we have in improving our physical, mental, emotional, and soulful self in order to improve our well being. Bravo!!!”
~ Wendy Livingston-Guth, Founder of Rebel on the Go
"'Hope in a Dark Tunnel' promises to give you actionable steps to create a path to well-being, positivity and hope – and it certainly delivers.
I wish I’d had this book when I was ill, but am grateful that you’ve made it available now to help those with chronic illness to reach a new level of understanding, acceptance, empowerment and most importantly, stable health.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone with a chronic illness who is lost in that fog of incapacity and helplessness and is ready to take control of their health in a safe, compassionate and holistic way."
~ Melanie White, Founder of Downsize Me
Hope in a Dark Tunnel Online Events
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KEEP QUESTIONING THE NORM
Listen to the interview with Stephanie Hulett, Message Mentor about why you need to keep questioning the norm. We explore her journey with an invisible chronic illness. On the Q&A Stephanie will be taking your questions live.
Karen Gunton, Author and Unstucktor shares her health and well-being tips from a journey of self-leadership.
Tracy Otsuka, Personal Development Coaching shares why living on purpose is key for health and well-being.
Leah Kearns, Business Mentor shares her health and well-being tips from a journey with endometriosis.
BE OPEN AND CURIOUS
Listen to the interview with Delisse Lazarra, Coach for empaths about being open and curious. We explore her challenging journey with chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia. On the Q&A Delisse shared how being an empath impacts your health
Tash Corbin, Business Coach and Mentor shares her health and wellbeing tips after her dance with adrenal fatigue and burnout.
Melanie White, Health and Wellbeing Coach shares her health and wellbeing tips from a journey with chronic fatigue.
Julie Nelson, Artisan Perfumer and Aromatherapist shares her health and wellbeing tips for anxiety and depression.
FOLLOW YOUR GUT INSTINCT
Listen to the interview with Soness Stevens, Speaker Coach about following your gut instinct. We explore her challenging journey with mystery chronic illnesses and multiple miscarriages. The Q&A was incredible and answered so many questions.
Sue Bodilly from Class Act Management shares her health and wellbeing tips on her journey to emotional resilience.
Kate Arthy from Lifestyle Artists shares her health and wellbeing tips on her journey with autoimmune conditions and adrenal fatigue.
Michelle House from RICH Living with Michelle House shares her health and wellbeing tips and the connection between emotions and healing.
change your mind and your health
Listen to the interview with Sharon Falchuk, Functional Health Coach. We explore her challenging encounter with Lyme Disease and co-infections and she answers your questions.
SPOTLIGHT ON CLAIRE TAIT, HOLISTIC KINESIOLOGIST
Claire shares her health and wellbeing tips and talks about compassion for self.
spotlight on teressa fisk, balance mentor
Teressa shares her health and wellbeing tips to support you minimise or manage overwhelm, anxiety and depression.
Hope in a Dark Tunnel - the Song
Sue Bodilly was inspired to create the song “Hope In A Dark Tunnel” when she heard the theme and content of my book. It follows her own beliefs on health and life and she has a similar mission in inspiring others to have a more positive and healthy outlook on life but is doing it through song and music.
Sue wrote the lyrics and melody and had others bring it to life. Sue firstly worked with Steve Curtis to add some some chords to the raw state.
We were blessed to have Natasha Bailey (a very talented 17 year old) agree to sing the song and play the piano which she has done an amazing job on. She added her own flair while making a few changes to the song structure and chords.
Ryan Bodilly then added backing music to give it a fuller sound with more appeal. It is still developing and there will be a better quality recording coming soon.
Together they have created a beautiful piece of heartfelt music backing the books message and delivering inspiration for everyone to become empowered to create a happier healthier lifestyle.