Who Else Is NOT Willing to Let Fibromyalgia Hold You Back?

You’re at the stage of your life where you’re starting to see the results of your hard work, but now fibromyalgia is breaking you down.

After all those years of sacrifice, late-night study sessions, sleepless nights with the babies, and the dedication you have put into your work and reaching your goals, your body is now threatening everything you have worked for and you’re feel it starting to slip away.  

You have been a Rock Star in so many areas of your life, spent your life putting everything into place, but your body isn’t keeping up anymore.

But it’s not just that your body is failing, you also feel like YOU are failing.

How can you excel in so many areas of your life, and yet fail yourself?

I get it.  

At first it was the fatigue, but that was normal – you were working hard and staying up late, sleep was not a priority.

Then the chronic pain, but that was only because you weren’t working out enough …or you were working out too much.  You had a lot to do, and working as you do is going to cause some pain.

Then the digestive problems kicked in, but that’s just because of the stress.  You tell yourself, “Once you get to where you’re going, things will slow down and you’ll be able to shed the stress.”

Now you’re sick, your body feels like it’s “broken” and fibromyalgia is a thing. You have a real diagnosis.

You’ve seen the doctors, but all they do is prescribe medication, tell you to eat healthy, and move more.

You’ve sought out other solutions, natural solutions, and though they helped, they weren’t The Solution.

Where do you go from here?

You’re not willing to give it all up.

You worked too hard, and you’re nearly there.  Nearly to the point where you get to enjoy everything you worked for. And you’re not willing to let fibromyalgia take it all away.

That’s where I come in…

Hi, I’m Justine Cécile

I was in your position once. Now, I’m back at the top of my game.

I got sick in 1991. Diagnosed in 2000. On medication and in pain until 2013.

I took the long, hard route at first. I followed the route that let me stay barely functional and continue to work, but that was about it. I couldn’t reach the heights of everything that I wanted to do.

Eventually, a huge, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity came up and I REALLY WANTED it. But my health was a big block to that.

I realized I was out of options. It was up to me to re-build my health to get back to what I wanted out of life.  So, I put myself to work.

But there was no one to support me at the time. I was trying to figure it all out by myself.

Luckily, I put my mind to it & succeeded. I was able to convince my doctors to allow me to go on a Merchant Marine training ship for the entire summer, sailing around the Pacific. Not only was I able to go on the trip, but I wound up running the Study at Sea program for 4 years and sailed 3 summers.

If you can relate to desperately wanting something so bad & fearing that fibromyalgia will hold you back, then you’re in luck. Fibromyalgia doesn’t have to stop you from achieving your dreams.

There’s so much more support available for you now, than there was for me back then.

I had to cobble together the solution for eliminating symptoms, and now I have a system that is simple, reduces stress and avoids overwhelm.  There were so many pieces of the puzzle, and though I had no one to help me put them together, I figured it out for both you and I.

Now, everything I do is about helping you to release pain, increase energy and get you back to creating the life you want.

I feel so strongly about this. That’s why I quit my job to support you. Because you don’t have to struggle for as long as I did.

I’ve spent 7+ years studying and shaping together a methodology that will help you get back to doing what you do best in a fraction of the time that it took me.

Here are just a few of the trainings and certifications that I have to support you:

  • Certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner
  • Certified Integrative Nutrition Coach
  • Certified Mastery Transformational Coaching Method™ Coach
  • Certified M.E.L.T.Method™ Hand and Foot Instructor
  • Trained MindMapping™ Neuroscience Coach
  • Trained Hormone Cure™ Coach trained in Dr. Sara Gottfried’s The Gottfried Protocol™ for Natural Hormone Balancing
  • Trained Mastering Thyroid: with Full Potential Living
  • PSYCH-K® Facilitator
  • In process of becoming a Certified WildFit™ Coach.

When you look at that long list, you can see why the advice you get from one medical professional often conflicts with the advice from others. It’s because, before now, there hasn’t been one resource or one person that can help you with all of them.

Helping others to succeed, regardless of their passion is something I have dedicated my life to, and this struggle and  journey with fibromyalgia almost took that away from me.

Don’t let fibromyalgia, fatigue, chronic pain and digestive distress take away your passion.  I’m here to help you thrive, despite your fibromyalgia.

More about me

When I’m not working with women with fibromyalgia, I’m hiking or walking along the beach, travelling abroad, going to SF Giants baseball games and spending time with my friends and family.

I enjoy going to San Francisco, to hang out, shop and see a show once in while.  I love the buzz of the city, but I’m glad I live in a quieter place.

Food and cooking are passions of mine. My food one of the highlights of my day and it’s healthy too. My friends and family tend to volunteer me to cook, which I’m thrilled about.  Nothing better than preparing and hosting a 4 – 5 course dinner.

I love travelling and trying new things. It’s one of the things that I thought fibromyalgia was going to stop me from doing. One of the best things about travelling is discovering new foods and I’m always trying to recreate dishes.

And today, I love to be active.  I’m not currently running long-distance these days, but you’ll still see me out cycling or down at the pool swimming laps.  I do still run, but not as often or as much as I was.  Instead, I’m walking with Tobin.  He’s a Corgi-Australian shepherd mix and his short legs can’t carry his full-size body for long at a run.

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