Hello! I'm Shruti Chopra from Footprints, No Boundaries and this is a space where I speak about life lessons, chronic conditions, mental and physical health tips and experiences.
As someone who has endometriosis, ehelrs-danlos syndrome, fibromyalgia, MCAS and a few other things going on I thought it'd be sensible to share all that I have learnt about life and health.
Ep 30: Addressing the Elephant in Your Head
Do you address the larger issues on your mind? The niggling ones? Do you have a plan for it? Listen here...
Ep 29: How Saying "I'm always busy" Helped My Mental Health
A small change in response can make major changes to how people perceive and treat you. Here's a change that occurred in my life. Listen here for more.
Ep 28: The Struggles of Marketing Yourself
I struggle to market my work - it's quite a mental block. But I thought I'd share how I'm looking to overcome that. Listen here to know more...
Ep 27: Is Being "Okay" Enough?
Is Being "Okay" Enough? Is it a negative term? Or is it a way to escape how we really feel? Or is it a positive expression?
Ep 26: Just a Few Good Friends
What should friendships be about? How many friends do we need? It's tough when you're dealing with a chronic condition or any life issue to make and maintain friends. So in all this, how do you recognise a good friend? Listen here...
Ep 25: My Experience - How To Be Body Positive?
The pressure to feel positively towards your body can be overwhelming. How can we practically feel this love for ourselves while taking away this pressure? I share my experiences and how I help myself to feel good about my body.
Ray of Sunshine
I feel your podcast is refreshing and clutter-breaking. Creating awareness about your chronic illnesses and sharing life experiences is a courageous move. I love how you throw light on topics and aspects that we struggle with daily and ignore in our busy lives. The solutions are always right around the corner, and listening to your podcast reminds me of that. You address the issues and share your life experiences and learnings. There's a sense of calm I feel while listening to your podcast. It's been instrumental in making me open to the idea of the attitude of gratitude. It has taught me that having empathy is a sign of strength. Not all motivational quotes apply to everyone. Sometimes things have to fall apart to make way for better things. We can't quit our emotions. There needs to be a healthy balance of positive and negative. I thought I was alone to think this way. It feels good to know that I'm not. After listening to the podcast, I hope others feel safe and inspired to talk and seek help about the issues that bother them. It nudged me toward a ray of sunshine which I believe was your intent all along.