#Healthy #Trucking Love @Trucking_Coach

Carolyn O’Byrne, CHT, author of Gut Instinct, is a colon hydro-therapist, life coach and wife of a truck driver. In the heart of the trucking industry, she directs her passion and knowledge towards drivers and their families by life coaching. She wants to reach even more people by using this book as another way to help others who are desiring progressive change in their lives. She is there to show them how to transform their future and to direct them to success, to health and to a positive outlook on life. Throughout her years of interest in true health and wellness, she has studied and applied to her own life these many different modalities. Her insight has also enabled her to help numerous others on their journey to health through her business, Life Coach Service, LLC. Her mission is to steer those who want results in the direction of good health, both emotionally and physically, in a confidential setting.

Driving a truck and being away from loved ones may put a damper on the ebb and flow of life that others seem to take for granted.  Although everyone from time to time may struggle with this, it seems that over-the-road-drivers may encounter this more often.  Absence from friends and family requires putting more effort into communication and connection.

Healthy love, it is so important that it can change our lives and the lives of others.  Everyone wants to love and be loved, yet so many struggle with this endeavor.

Some people may or may not realize that there is a fine line between healthy and unhealthy self-love.  There are those who are obviously in love with themselves to the point of loving or caring about no one else.  Then there are those who are completely selfless and do so much for others that they neglect themselves.

The most beneficial direction for the sake of everyone is loving ourselves with our heart in the right place.  We have to nurture ourselves so that we are capable of doing for others with the intention of the highest good of all.  Then we will be able to give of ourselves and be a benefit to others.

If we all made it a point to examine self for the good of others, where would we be as a society?

Truckers, be that shining heart out there making a difference on the road.  It is contagious!  

Thank you for what you do!