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Sherilyn Powers has been a writer all her life. She has written and published poetry, completed several fiction novels and published blogs and articles.
Sherilyn has been a facilitator and presenter for company VPs and CEOs, office staff and field workers on a variety of health topics and safety presentations. She has been interested in health and body work for many years, starting with family members’ with ADHD and mental illness, up to, and including her own health challenges with Celiac disease and allergies.
Sherilyn took her Provincial Instructor Diploma Program and used it to form her own series of safety meetings geared toward the culture and issues facing oil and gas workers in the north, and continues to develop and expand on those courses to keep them relevant to northern workers.
After many other types of presentations (including a successful home-based business), Sherilyn went on to public speaking as a part of her oil and gas career – speaking all over northern BC, as well as Prince George, Vancouver and Calgary. She has now decided to make her love of helping others learn, a full-time commitment and has continued her speaking internationally in Scotland, Denver and Seattle.
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After a lifetime of dealing with what she was told was depression, “Julie” found that her problem wasn’t all mysterious and uncontrollable chemical reactions. Medically identified sensitivities and/or allergies to foods and environmental conditions seemed to have a strong correlation to the same emotional and mental states that she had experienced throughout the years as depression. These were sometimes accompanied by so-called typical allergy symptoms, but in some cases, those medically-recognized symptoms were missing. In desperation, she reached out to family member and author, Sherilyn Powers, who had been exploring her own unusual reactions to foods and environment. Together they explored the connection between allergies and depression, enabling Julie to take control of her life after fifty years of helplessness.
This book is a journey of discovery and search for medical studies to help explain how every day things could be related to reactions like panic attacks, depression, uncontrollable crying, brain fog, body aches, pains and many more issues, when the popularly accepted allergic/sensitive reactions only include symptoms such as itchy eyes, a runny nose, and hives.