Tenants Harbor, ME, March 14, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- After struggling with the medical and education system as her son battled an extremely rare autoimmune disorder—one that left him wheelchair-bound for six months—single mom, Bethany Goding, has launched LivePositive.ME (www.livepositive.me), an online support network and community to provide love, inspiration, and positivity to all its members and visitors.
After her son’s recovery, Ms. Goding fought to redefine her life. “I knew I wasn’t going to be able to go back to the life I had before. A switch had been flipped in me. As he recovered, I found myself lost, full of anxiety and having frequent panic attacks. I felt the need to tell people to enjoy every single minute of their lives because they may not be as lucky as I was. I found myself less invested in work and more and more invested in improving my own health,” she says.
Many medical organizations speak of the power of positivity, among them John Hopkins, Mayo Clinic, and Harvard Medical School. It is this, that Ms. Goding longs to bring to those who struggled like she did, offering them a place to not feel so alone and lost.
To read more about her story, visit: http://www.livepositive.me/how-the-journey-began/