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If you look up the definition of the word “renegade” in the dictionary it has a somewhat unsavory definition. It says, “a person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles.”

Eek!

Sounds pretty bad, right? Like a traitor. Wowza. (Traitor Nurse just doesn’t have a good ring to it! Haha!)

Yet, if you step back for a moment and read it a little more closely, you might begin to feel more comfortable with the definition.

Surely, you in your life have abandoned a set of principles or perhaps questioned them, right?

I am and have always been a questioner. Meaning I don’t just believe in anything because everyone else seems to believe in it. I like to look deeply at practices, systems, beliefs, and myself.

When it comes to health, this has always been my practice. The traditional medical system has let me down more times than I can count.

So why did I become a nurse?

I became a nurse because I am passionate about health and felt that as a nurse, I could help people learn more about their own health and health habits.

I will say that there were a few times that I was disappointed in what they taught in nursing school, mostly around nutrition, however by and large the education I received was pretty powerful and impactful.

So as a Renegade Nurse, I feel it’s my role to question everything and to support my clients and audience to do the same. If a doctor tells you to do something, pause and think about it. Does it make sense? Does it feel right? Should you get a second opinion? Should you try a non-traditional route? Will a lifestyle change be better in the long run than taking a medication?

  • I have betrayed the principle that the doctor is always right.
  • I have betrayed the principle that medication is always the answer.
  • I have betrayed the principle that genetics predestine your health.

As a Renegade Nurse…

  • I embrace the practice of “question everything.”
  • I embrace self-advocacy. Do what feels best for YOU
  • I embrace that lifestyle change should almost always be your first step.
  • I embrace that we are more in control over our health outcomes than we’ve been led to believe.

Is there a place and time for traditional medicine? Absolutely! We need doctors (and nurses) because sometimes meditation and vegetables won’t work. But most of the time it does, and we’re just not taught that.

That’s my passion, to share, support, and uplift you to live a healthier life! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you look up the definition of the word “renegade” in the dictionary it has a somewhat unsavory definition. It says, “a person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles.”

Eek!

Sounds pretty bad, right? Like a traitor. Wowza. (Traitor Nurse just doesn’t have a good ring to it! Haha!)

Yet, if you step back for a moment and read it a little more closely, you might begin to feel more comfortable with the definition.

Surely, you in your life have abandoned a set of principles or perhaps questioned them, right?

I am and have always been a questioner. Meaning I don’t just believe in anything because everyone else seems to believe in it. I like to look deeply at practices, systems, beliefs, and myself.

When it comes to health, this has always been my practice. The traditional medical system has let me down more times than I can count.

So why did I become a nurse?

I became a nurse because I am passionate about health and felt that as a nurse, I could help people learn more about their own health and health habits.

I will say that there were a few times that I was disappointed in what they taught in nursing school, mostly around nutrition, however by and large the education I received was pretty powerful and impactful.

So as a Renegade Nurse, I feel it’s my role to question everything and to support my clients and audience to do the same. If a doctor tells you to do something, pause and think about it. Does it make sense? Does it feel right? Should you get a second opinion? Should you try a non-traditional route? Will a lifestyle change be better in the long run than taking a medication?

I have betrayed the principle that the doctor is always right.

I have betrayed the principle that medication is always the answer.

I have betrayed the principle that genetics predestine your health.

As a Renegade Nurse…

I embrace the practice of “question everything.”

I embrace that lifestyle change should almost always be your first step.

I embrace that we are more in control over our health outcomes than we’ve been led to believe.

Is there a place and time for traditional medicine? Absolutely! We need doctors (and nurses) because sometimes meditation and vegetables won’t work. But most of the time it does, and we’re just not taught that.

That’s my passion, to share, support, and uplift you to live a healthier life!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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