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Welcome to Dynamic Choices blog. Here you will find helpful articles about Autoimmune Disease, Food Sensitivities, Chronic Illness, and Motivation To Change.
Are you struggling with headaches, fatigue, weight gain, joint pains or an autoimmune disease? Have you explored numerous options and not found the relief you were hoping for? My new Evans Food Sensitivity Assessment Tool (EFSAT) might offer the answers you are seeking. Food Sensitivities can play an important role in symptoms affecting a wide range of body systems. The food that is responsible is most often the result […]Read More
Is the situation you are in causing you to be energized and moving forward or drained, withdrawn, and wanting stay in bed? Have you allowed too many things to crowd your now overflowing plate or are you mindfully removing something each time you add something of a higher priority? Are YOU running your life and your choices or are you running around at the beckon call of others? Stress […]Read More
Welcome to my redesigned website and the place to purchase the newly released Evans Food Sensitivity Assessment Tool (EFSAT). This user friendly and comprehensive assessment is the result of over 30 years of work with my own family and hundreds of clients. It is intended to help both individuals and professionals determine whether or not a food sensitivity may be a contributing factor in a wide range of symptoms. […]Read More
Being a care partner for a loved one with MS can result in a roller coaster of emotions and an ever-changing workload. Well-meaning family and friends are often anxious to provide support along with encouragement for you to take care of yourself. While the research shows that the incidence of illness in care partners is over 50% higher than the average, much of the advice offered by others falls on […]Read More
DIET AND MULTPLE SCLEROSIS – DOES WHAT I EAT REALLY MAKE A DIFFERENCE? Sifting through all the information on the Internet about diet and MS can be a confusing exercise! No matter what people promise, you are a unique individual and the best diet for you is the one that you can follow and the one that makes the biggest difference in your specific symptoms. I believe there is a […]Read More
THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE In his book, “The Seven Principles of Making a Marriage Work”, John Gottman identifies 4 types of negative interactions used by both men and women that put a relationship at risk. He calls them “The four horsemen of the apocalypse” because they “clip clop” their way into a marriage and create conflict and discord if allowed to run rampant. Read the descriptions below of each […]Read More
WHAT DO I DO NOW - FNDING FOCUS IN THE FOG This is the handout from an all day workshop that I gave on navigating the challenges of life in the midst of a chronic or long term illness. I offer it here for anyone who is interested in working through the steps to help them find some clarity in deciding how to begin to move forward despite their […]Read More
PAST SUCCESSES, FUTURE HOPE Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, “I will try again tomorrow.” Mary Anne Radmacher Hope is more than a positive mental attitude. It is based on a belief that, even in the midst of your challenges, there is something brighter or easier ahead. It might be the welcome relief of a holiday, the change in the symptoms of […]Read More
Caregiving - Reclaiming a Balanced Life What Lies Behind Us and What Lies Before Us Are Tiny Matters Compared to What Lies Within Us Oliver Wendell Holmes No one can expend all their energy, strength, and time giving to someone else, especially in the demanding role of caregiver, without replenishing their own reserves. But how do you figure out what you need to do? How do you […]Read More
MAINTAINING INTIMACY IN THE FACE OF CHRONIC ILLNESS When any chronic disease creeps slowly into your marriage, it often robs you of the feeling of being connected to the person you love. There is so much variability from day to day in energy level, emotional stability and ability to be mobile, planning opportunities to connect as a couple is challenging. How do you prevent your relationship from becoming one of caregiver […]Read More