It’s been more than 20 years since I first saw a piercing on my own.
I’d been seeing someone else for two or three years at the time, and I knew I wanted to get it fixed.
So I bought myself a cheap pair of earrings that I was happy to wear every day, and a pair of silver bracelets.
That’s what I did for the next two years.
I bought every piece of jewelry I could find in stores and online, and every other type of jewelry on the market.
That was the first time I’ve ever worn a piercing, and it changed everything.
The most significant change was the way that I felt about my piercing.
I was so used to feeling like I was wearing a piece of clothing, it wasn’t as much of a surprise that my piercing felt different.
I felt more comfortable with it, and that made me feel really good about my body.
And I never thought that I’d wear a piercing for the rest of my life.
I went back to work full-time after that, and my husband was able to finally give me the ring I was looking for.
I had to make it a little more discreet, but I never felt any pressure about it.
As a result, I’ve had a lot of amazing success.
My piercing has changed my life, and made me happy and healthy.
I don’t wear it anymore because I want to have it forever.
Now, I’m a certified health coach and am on the board of directors for the Professional Institute of Health-Care Professionals.
I’ve been working with the public health community for the past few years, and as a result of that, I have more patients that are looking for health information and support.
I believe that the best way to improve health is to have honest conversations with your doctor, nurse, or counselor.
And we need to have that dialogue right now.