Took wife to Naturopath (ND) to seek additional help in treating 1 particular issue we were being challenged with. Took wife off of her custom designed nutritional supplement protocol I had created for her back in ’02 and been tweaking ever since to place her on ND’s recommended supplements. Wife quickly tailspins into what appears to be a nervous breakdown. ND claims it’s “just the natural result of normal aging, not much we can do about it”. Put wife back on her usual supplements, slightly tweaked, within three days wife is back and feels better. Within one month wife looks and feels better than ever, shining happy glowing radiant. Lessons learned. Like · Virginia Trujillo, Peggy Amer and 16 others like this. Jennifer Allison Maybe being a doctor is your true calling! 9 hours ago · Unlike · 1 Jennifer Allison A rock star doctor. 9 hours ago · Unlike · 1 Christen McGinnes Oh thank God you found something that works for Nahal! I’m so happy for you both. Each body needs different nutritional and other requirements in order to thrive. My dad is a diabetic from childhood, I have chemical depression. Finding the right medication for us is a necessity. I’m so glad that you both persevered to find that right balance instead of accepting “natural aging” bs. Prayers for you that you keep on it! Elizabeth Levine Rigie Oh yeah! The “aging” excuse.. that’s what they say when resignation is easier.. glad to hear you went back to what works.. the body never lies! 7 hours ago · Unlike · 2 Ed Hale No it doesn’t. We found it to be a powerful exercise in remembering how important it is to take responsibility for your own health, God help those who really do have to rely solely on the advice of others. 6 hours ago · Like · 2 Ed Hale And also in trusting your intuition. We “wanted” the ND to “know more than Ed”. As we always do. She’s super nice and we’ve actually become friends with her now. It was a relief, a new “nice and safe” feeling to think that we had found someone kickbutt and knowledgable who we could go to for health and wellness questions or issues for the whole family. But in those last few conf calls, I intuitively knew she was lost. It took me some time to let go of that desire for her to be right, to be the doctor, to handle it. I finally scribbled a note to PLT, on our last call, “just be nice. I know what to do. We can hang up.” Sometimes it’s not easy to trust ourselves or our intuition. But every day I seem to get better and better at it. It might be the most powerful thing I got from HP so far (and that says a lot).
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