Thank you so much for all your love and encouragement:) You and Uny have become sort of like moms for me, in the sense that I look up to you and take your wisdom to heart. I also think you are both strong and courageous women and I want to be that way too, for myself and for my siblings.
I really hope that everyone understands that the last thing I want from this post is attention- I know that people are here to heal and a lot are in sensitive states as well. Ultimately, I really do just need to fix this situation. Oh boy, I used the word 'fix' again! lol.
It's funny because I've inundated myself with so much positivity these last few months- every time I felt a symptom, every time I felt pain- every time someone made a snide remark or put me down- I mustered the strength to keep going regardless. I've been listening to lectures by Caroline Myss and Tony Robbins, and the videos of Dr.Christopher and Dr. Schulze , to keep me on track. It may not show to the outside world, but I am tougher now than I've ever been, in many ways.
My sister told me two days ago that I look better. She said that my arms have filled out a bit, that my face has cleared up and that I seemed healthier. She's right! That was a HUGE confirmation for me that despite how I feel a lot, that I AM making progress:)
One tip to LF's (liver flushers): Take 2-3 days during an Liver-Flush to really prepare yourself, go through and come down from the experience. The experience for me has been time and time again, that SO many emotions and feelings are stirred up (coincidentally yesterday was the day after a flush for me) and I KNEW that I should have just kept to myself until I was through. All of the feelings I had been bottling up for so long came to the surface- and I asked for love where I should not have:( This is my situation, granted, and EVERYONE should be able to ask for love, help, support etc. WHENEVER they need it (in a saner world:) So...yes, take a few days to chill, ok? It can be intense;)