Cory Collins wrote:It's astonishing to me the amount of suffering a person will endure without even considering changing their diet or lifestyle.
Marie Abell wrote:So have natural remedy "quacks", which is hard to believe when the only legal treatment for cancer (in the U.S., at least) has as low as a 2 percent success rate.
Paul Fookes wrote:As a thinking ex-health professional, the think I have found highly disappointing is when people overstate their findings/ results/ success, no matter whether they are using traditional western medicine model, traditional eastern model or first nations medicine. My personal belief is that the truth lies in there but it may be a mix of various modalities.
Anne Cline wrote:I have lost all faith in the medical industry and I do believe it's all about the money nothing to do with curing you they have no intentions of doing that.
Anne Cline wrote:At this point I have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Conventional treatments have failed me.
James Freyr wrote:It's so nice to not hear noise like airplanes and car stereos.
The Bugs- There were tons of fireflies each night during the summer, reminding me of my childhood memories of lots of them in the backyard when I was a kid.
Devin Lavign wrote:I struggle in cities with the idea that I should treat pee as waste.
Kat Ousley wrote:Thank you so much for all of your replies! I really appreciate all of the input.
It's just really hard to come to terms with since up until my Americorps job I have only worked jobs solely for the money and felt really unsatisfied and disillusioned with life, even while volunteering and pursuing passion projects on the side.
Dale Hodgins wrote:Punishment or the threat of punishment when he's in that state, would not be appropriate.
Dale Hodgins wrote:My oldest brother is autistic. When he was 11 they decided the demons needed to be cast out of him.