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Re: Ouch!! criticism from spouse re diet & cleansing


MH,
sorry I took so long to respond to this, I got kind of busy after I posted
my post. Luckily for me, I do not have to hide my herbs and other healing
stuff I do from my husband--I would be a goner if I did, as there is so
much of it. My entire lifestyle is built around taking the best care of
ME that I can. I would naturally prefer it if my husband could join me in
that endeavor but I guess from what you say I can be thankful it isn't worse.
(and I am thankful). He doesn't put me down for liver flushing, or colon
cleansing, or taking herbs and other good things for me, or sungazing, or
coconut oil, or oil pulling or any of the things I've done through the
years to try to get over chronic fatigue (which I got over 2-3 years ago,
thanks to being exceptionally persistent and never stopping in my search
for health and well-being). He knows what a precious gift good health is
from having lost his, so far be it for him to make it difficult for me to
keep mine! I was just hurt by his words--I didn't think I was being
self-righteous as I was speaking in generalities and not bragging about
how healthy I have become. I still eat the occasional meat but it's getting
less and less often. I do not know how I'm going to eat yet this winter;
generally in winter I need something more than raw foods to keep me warm,
so it will be interesting to see how I handle it. One thing I do love in
the colder weather is soups made with turkey, chicken or even lamb shanks,
which I get at our local whole foods store (no hormones or antibiotics). I
won't shop anywhere else when it comes to those things or fish. But as I
have been eating mostly raw lately it may not be as hard as it has been in
past years.

Anyway, thanks for your post. I will probably just keep my mouth shut a
whole lot more when it comes to the topic of how to get and stay healthy,
where it concerns him. He has had a lot of struggles in that area, and
he knows where he can get help, whenever he feels ready. It is his choice,
that much is clear to me. what is hard for me is the nagging thoughts I
have from time to time, about not having him around to enjoy the ripe old age I'm
going to be ("age" being the operative word here, not the state of being
aged, I want to be quite clear!).
 

 
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