Physician, Endocrinologist, Diabetes and Hormone specialist, Health and Wellness expert, Blogger and Speaker! Dr. Kelly Wood, MD is board certified in Internal Medicine as well as Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. Beyond the stethoscope, Dr. Kelly is recognized as “The Bounce BackCoach,” helping high-performing women to bounce back from failedrelationships, rebuild their self-esteem, and reclaim their identity. … Continue reading I’m in My Own Way
I was engaged in 2017 and moved across the country to be with the man who I thought I was going to spend the rest of my life with. And then the relationship and with it my dreams fell apart. I had a decision to make; crumble under the weight of this crushing disappointment or learn from the experience and allow it to make me stronger and wiser.
Hello! It’s Dr. Kelly, your board-certified physician and bounce-back coach. I help high performing women who are successful at work but are unhappy in other areas of their lives. Through my coaching, speaking and writing, I help them recover from failed relationships to bounce back to better, improve their self-esteem and live the life they … Continue reading Breast Cancer Awareness: Fight Like a Girl
This year, I made a vow to live my life without fear and without regret. I decided to take more risks and say yes to myself and to new adventures. Read more in What happens when you say yes to yourself? I'm happier, more fulfilled and I'm loving the woman I've become. I'm now not as … Continue reading Ok, So I Messed Up
I have hard time letting go of relationships...especially romantic relationships. And I'm not the only one. I know of countless women who stick around, hoping that the object of their affection eventually gets their ish together and falls madly in love with them. Mind you, the signs are there; he doesn't communicate consistently; he isn't … Continue reading Let Them Go
Last week in Dear Overthinker I shared about my struggles with overthinking and many of you told me how much you identified with the post. If you constantly ruminate over past events and about how you could have done things differently or if you're always obsessing over something that hasn't even happened yet, working yourself into … Continue reading How to Stop Overthinking
If I were given a magic wand and with it the ability to change something about myself, I'd tap my midsection and make it disappear. Be gone! Haha. But honestly, I'd probably erase my propensity to overthink. I have the habit (yes it's a habit) of being stuck in my own head sometimes; over analyzing … Continue reading Dear Overthinker