"why do you guys think that the GB gets backed up/congested again? do you think we are prone to it via diet or emotions?or perhaps just weak GBs?what makes us more susceptible?"
This is what I think,
The liver is but one organ in the body... I believe that Julia Chang, www.SensibleHealth.com and others refer to the liver as the general of all organs. The liver is one of our bodies filters. As you know, we ingest all kinds of chemicals, fats, sugars, proteins from the air, water, food. These chemicals, fats, sugars,proteins, can eventually (some people have stronger constitutions than others) congest the liver reducing its effectiveness. So we flush.
However, as the liver is pushed to or past the point of effectiveness, the rest of the body is forced to deal with the load and toxins etc. This begins to clog the kidneys, lymph, and toxic accumulation begins around other body organs. The body may begin to create or use existing fat cells as storage facilities for the toxins etc. etc.
Once flushed clean, the liver rebuilds and regains some of its previous ability to filter and functions more as it should. The body now begins to release some of the chemicals etc. from the other toxic fatty storage sites that have been created. In addition, perhaps the individual has not changed their diet, environment, and\or as you said have not gotten a handle on their emotional issues, eventually over burdening the liver and creating the same condition once again over time.
Yes, some people may be more prone to a recurrence than others as well...
As you read in the post above, even though the symptoms returned, the liver was STILL functioning much better than it was before flushing was initiated. The most interesting thing here is that the flusher was better able to feel\see the signs the second time around BEFORE things got so bad. They should have listened to their body and trusted their bodies signal and flushed BUT then we would not have this tremendous, documented testimonial.
I am grateful it was posted.