Robin Collins is a certified Health Coach and the founder of Pathway To Wellness With Robin. She educates, empowers and encourages Veterans and First Responders to learn ways they can support and balance their mind and body.

She knows firsthand what it's like when the brain and body are not functioning optimally. During the process of healing from a TBI, Robin became inspired by the science of Neuroplasticity and Posttraumatic Growth.

As a result of learning different ways to retrain her brain, she learned about and experienced both and this is some of the important information she wants to educate others about. Her goal is to help fill some of the gaps that Veterans and First Responders are experiencing in standard treatment options with compassionate coaching utilizing Holistic Health principles.

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If you didn’t hear our first episode together, please go back and checkout episode 45. I was so pumped to have the opportunity to be the first guest on Robin’s podcast. I have not really checked in with my audience and given a status update and loved the challenge of being the one being interviewed. After this episode I spent days – that's a lie, weeks – reflecting on how I could have said things differently or better. This really gave me a chance to appreciate those who have joined my podcast. 

In addition to that I feel like this gave me a chance to have a hard look at myself. I noticed that I am giving myself excuses to prioritize my professional career over my mental health. I justified it by saying it was okay, “I was too strict”, “needed to loosen up”. I do not agree with that after giving it some thought. The ego is a sneaky beast. It is as clever and smart as I am. I’m being lazy and justifying it how I need to while I allow myself to slip back into some old habits that are comfortable but lead me in a direction I do not want to be going in. This was an amazing experience, and I think I want to get out there and talk to more. I want to be held accountable. 

Robin did an amazing job as a host on her new podcast. It was such a pleasure to be part of it. If you haven’t seen her website and podcast, I hope you go check it out.

I hope you all enjoy her episode! She is such a positive and uplifting person to speak with.

We would really appreciate a share and like on IG, FB, YouTube, and Twitter. I am always looking for veterans or first responders who have battled PTSD to share how you have raised the quality of your life to shorten that journey for others. Additionally, if you support, provide services for these groups, or have extensive knowledge of benefits available for these groups please reach out. I would love to have a chat and share that knowledge with the community.

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