I don't know that I can pinpoint a single turning point. I've had a few pretty big ones that each served a specific purpose in the direction of my life. One constant battle that I fought ever since I can remember (as early as middle school) was fear. I didn't usually come across as fearful or timid, but inside the depths of my hampster wheel mind, I was afraid of everything: failure, dissapointing others, not being good enough, being laughed at, not meeting expectations, not being accepted, and on and on. As I grew in to adulthood, I passed up opportunities because I was crippled by fear. I had no boundaries at my jobs because I wanted to please my bosses and take on any and all the work they'd put in front of me. I was miserable inside. When I learned to be honest about this and then willing to start taking some actions to change what made me miserable, my life changed. Don't get me wrong, fear did not dissapear. I still loosen up boundaries when I shouldn't or question myself when I agree to try something new. But I do it way less and I usually recognize it and squash it before it's too late. I want others to live a freer, happier life whether it's from finding a community that supports their fitness no matter where they are starting or learning how to take care of the self through nutrition and well-being practices.