Today’s podcast is a little different and a lot of fun! I’m calling it “Myth Busters!” I’m going to address a few myths and urban legends surrounding homeopathy. I’ll also explain some outdated information and clarify how homeopathy is used in today’s world.
This week’s podcast is a super-charged Mom with Moxie, Paola Brown. Paola has been working for ALL of us as of late, bringing her unique brand of energy and enthusiasm to Capitol Hill to fight the FDA’s most recent attack on homeopathy through her organization, Americans for Homeopathy Choice.
The podcast is out there now, so after this, my dirty little secret isn’t going to be a secret any longer. But, frankly, I’m hoping maybe you will understand why my secret is beneficial — and develop it yourself!
I'm eager to introduce you to our latest Mom with Moxie. Gina is a licensed vet tech who was introduced to homeopathy as a treatment for her sick cat. Now she confidently applies her homeopathy knowledge to both animals and people.
This week, I’ll introduce you to Julia. She went from reading my blogs to actually going to homeopathy school to become a homeopath! Her enthusiasm and success most certainly make her a Mom with Moxie! And you can be one, too!
As we age and care for our aging loved ones, we realize even more fiercely that the fate of our family is in our hands. It shouldn’t be in the doctor’s hands. This is up to us. Listen to (or read) my latest podcast, and you will better understand how to take control of your aging family’s health.
“I’m not worried about provings!” And you don't need to be either. I don’t know where the idea has come from that proving is a very, very dangerous thing. Let me shed a bright light on provings and aggravations, allay your concerns and remove the darkness of fear.
Jessica: I no longer fear illness. I no longer get anxiety. I mean, of course, there’s the general feeling of you just don’t want people to be sick. I almost, in a sense, have this feeling of, “Bring it on! I can handle that.”
If I could speak to my younger self, I would say, “Hello, it’s your life. Not the doctor’s life, not your parents’ life, it’s your life.” In this week’s podcast, I enjoy being challenged to give advice to my younger self. Perhaps this mental exercise can also help encourage you on your own path.
On today’s podcast, we have a sweet, young mom who joins us to share her experiences with homeopathy. Suzanne will tell us how she’s helped her whole family with some pretty scary and serious incidents.
One of your commitments to the New Year is to learn how to crack the code for your family’s illnesses. Take it on, really make this your focus. Because it’s inevitable that if you make it into a focus, it will turn into reality.
One thing that I hear frequently and I think it’s human nature to a certain degree is that whenever someone is sick, particularly when it’s a chronic illness but a lot of times when people are sick, they think they’re the only ones who get sick like that. They feel as though they’re very unusual.