Elizabeth Gould

Elizabeth Gould

is creating videos and books for people with chronic stress, pain or illness

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Elizabeth Gould had a thriving career as an Import Operations manager, handling $70 million in product per year before developing an autoimmune illness. Looking to develop an autoimmune-friendly career, she began writing Southern historical fiction.

In 2011, Elizabeth was awarded a 6 week residency to the Martha’s Vineyard Writers Residency. In 2013, her short story, The Tintype, was published in The Westchester Review. She is the author of the upcoming Southern historical fiction novel, West of Center, as well as her health book, Your Best Health by Friday: How to Overcome Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Trauma, PTSD, and Chronic Illness.    

Unable to get help from Western medicine, Elizabeth turned to alternative health, of which she'd always been a skeptic. What she found healed her. Realizing others were in the same boat--overdeveloping the left brain and not accessing the right brain in order to reset from stress--she created Your Best Health By Friday, which explains the commonalities of stress, inflammation, and illness, gives an overview of alternative health, as well as action steps to heal.

It is estimated that thirty percent of people have traumatic childhoods, which impacts their health into adulthood. It's Elizabeth's mission to raise awareness of this silent epidemic.
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When I reach 500 patrons, I'll hire an editor to help me release 2 videos per week instead of 1.
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Elizabeth Gould had a thriving career as an Import Operations manager, handling $70 million in product per year before developing an autoimmune illness. Looking to develop an autoimmune-friendly career, she began writing Southern historical fiction.

In 2011, Elizabeth was awarded a 6 week residency to the Martha’s Vineyard Writers Residency. In 2013, her short story, The Tintype, was published in The Westchester Review. She is the author of the upcoming Southern historical fiction novel, West of Center, as well as her health book, Your Best Health by Friday: How to Overcome Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Trauma, PTSD, and Chronic Illness.    

Unable to get help from Western medicine, Elizabeth turned to alternative health, of which she'd always been a skeptic. What she found healed her. Realizing others were in the same boat--overdeveloping the left brain and not accessing the right brain in order to reset from stress--she created Your Best Health By Friday, which explains the commonalities of stress, inflammation, and illness, gives an overview of alternative health, as well as action steps to heal.

It is estimated that thirty percent of people have traumatic childhoods, which impacts their health into adulthood. It's Elizabeth's mission to raise awareness of this silent epidemic.

Recent posts by Elizabeth Gould

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Early access
$5 or more per month

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Wall of Fame +
$15 or more per month

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Sponsorship+
$100 or more per month

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