Breaking Your Own Heart

breaking-heart-featuredIf you're over fifty there is a good chance that you have had more than one serious relationship in your life. You've had your heart broken a number of times. You ask the question, "Why did I let this happen again?" Baylor Barbee, author of Breaking Your Own heart, claims it's us who are breaking our own hearts. We let it happen by repeating familiar cycles.

Does this sound crazy? Rita Mae, in her book Sudden Death, says, "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results."

Baylor Barbee works with a gentleman named Trent Shelton at rehabtime.org. Watch the short video below as he discusses five ways to break your own heart.

The first one he speaks of is returning to a bad situation you've left and going back for more.  I think we get trapped into thinking that people can change, and maybe if we try harder, they actually will. Like the old saying a leopard can't change its spots; but people aren't leopards.  The fact of the matter is, hoping and praying is not going to bring about change in someone else. They have to want to change. It's going to take time. It's quite possible that you need to distance yourself from the situation, before change is ever initiated.

A lot of this comes down to trust. Trent asks if you would let a thief into your house. Of course you wouldn't. The thief can't be trusted. Trust isn't something that is given. Trust is something that needs to be earned. This doesn't happen overnight. Sometimes, it can take years.

He also speaks about expecting change. He uses an example of going to McDonalds and expecting Taco Bell. It isn't going to happen. And, it's for reasons like this that you are breaking your own heart.

You already know a lot of this in your mind and I expect you've heard it all before. But your heart is telling you something different. If change is needed, you can't count on your partner. The only person you can count on is yourself. This is where change needs to start.

Breaking Your Own heart is being offered for free today as a promotion on Amazon. If you have found yourself stuck in a rut, you might want to download it and learn what can be done about it. I realize some of the readers to this blog, who may be 50 and alone, aren't happy about it. You either need to move forward and get to a place where positive changes in yourself have made you ready to love again, or choose to be happy and single.

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Communication rules for the 21st century

tech-et-featuredIt doesn't matter if you're fifteen or over fifty, some people need to learn more about tech etiquette. Causing people around you to become angry, or having the person you are trying to communicate misunderstand your message, is one of the top pet peeves of the 21st century. I've been guilty of this myself.  From Linkedin, Facebook, Google plus, email, chat, video-chat, skype, tweeting, texting, smart phones and even online message forums, there are proper ways to express yourself, without leaving the other party confused, frustrated, or even angry. And with smart phones, there are some other manners to learn, like when the phone should be turned off.

One of the issues my daughter complains the most about is a short reply to a long text message. Here is an example of what would tick her off:

Daughter: I was thinking we could go to the A & W for a treat and then maybe to the park for a walk, after supper. How does this sound to you?

Friend: K

That's it? "K"?!! What kind of answer is that?

I don't know how many times I've heard people complain about a message they received, only to find out later that they misunderstood the format in which it was delivered. It's pretty easy from someone to take a joke as being rude, when they can't see the facial expressions of the person who sent it.

Dr. Richard L. Travis' book, Tech Etiquette: OMG addresses how we communicate via text, email, phone, video chat, tweet, or using any social network. This book is filled with tips and guidelines to help improve your communication skills, while whisking through the technological world.

It's important that people who are going to engage communicating in all of these newer ways learn to do it properly. There have been divorces, people losing their jobs, all kinds of missed opportunities, simply because of poor tech etiquette. We don't want any of these things to happen to you.

Tech Etiquette: OMG is being offered for free today as part of an Amazon promotion. If you miss this free offer, it's still worth getting for the price of $2.95. I'd say it's a bargain at any price, if it saves your relationship or job. One review had this to say about the book:

Really a great guideline for today's world. I think we've all experienced many of the situations personally and had to learn by the trial and error method. Would be a great 'hand out' at business conferences, employee handbooks, school orientations, etc to bring the world up to speed and to avoid lessons hard learned! Etiquette/awareness shouldn't be left behind by technology!

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Home Medical Treatments from Herbs

Herbs-gone-featuredIn the 1900's doctors were trained in cures for ailments based on herbs on food, and drugs... if needed. Then the Universities who taught the doctors were bribed by pharmaceutical companies to focus on drug based cures. The medical community was split, but eventually the money behind the group pushing medical treatment in the form of drug therapies was able to denounce, and suppress those who would advocate homeopathic remedies. It could almost be considered underground medicine now. Doctors and  Big Pharma don't make any money if you get well on your own.

If you would like more information on how the medical industry was split, you can  watch the first few minutes from the video in the article on this website titled The Forgotten and Forbidden Cancer Cures.

There are still people who will tell you how to treat ailments and diseases yourself. One of these people is Diane Kidman. She is the author of Herbs Gone Wild! Ancient Remedies Turned Loose. And... if you click that link you can download a free Kindle version of her book today from Amazon, which is being offered today as a promotion. In her book you learn how to treat things like:

  • Cold, Flu, & Virus
  • Sore Throat
  • Tonsillitis
  • Fever
  • Stuffy nose
  • Chicken Pox & Measles
  • Cold Sores
  • Boils
  • Eczema & Psoriasis
  • Sunburns
  • Poison Ivy
  • Mosquito Bites
  • Cardiovascular Issues
  • High Blood pressure
  • Diarrhea, Vomiting, and Nausea
  • Acid Indigestion
  • Bloating
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Constipation
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • PMS
  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Arthritis
  • Depression
  • Anxiety & Panic
  • Insomnia
  • and much, much more...

Besides knowing what herbs to use you will learn how to "make medicinal teas and tinctures with proper dosages are laid out simply. You'll even learn how to make your own tinctures and salves, saving money and improving your family's health naturally. And with the help of the Herbal Medicine Chest guide at the end of the book, you'll be able to quickly reference over 70 herbs for home use."

One of the people who provided a review of the book, B. Nadine Feldman, had this to say:

I already own several herb books, but I bought this one because I loved the title. I wish I would have bought it as my first herb book, as the author removes anything intimidating about working with herbs. I've had to "weed" through other books that were aimed more at aspiring herbalists rather than those of us who just want to know what herb to use for which condition. Others were too esoteric for my taste. Herbs Gone Wild! works for those of us who want practical, easy-to-use remedies.

This book will be a great addition to your Kindle collection, and as mentioned, you can get it for free today. Click here to download it. It's 116 pages, and there isn't any fluff. If you miss this free offer, the regular price is only $9.99, and for the type of quality instruction you will have at your fingertips, it's still a bargain at that price.

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Jon Stewart on the Monsanto Protection Act

Monsanto-featuredJohn Stewart takes the government to task for sneaking through the Monsanto Protection Act which was buried in a much larger bill and then passed as law, and believe  it or not, was added to the bill anonymously. You would think those submitting something like this should be held accountable, and he compares it to comments left on posts and articles on the Internet. Of course comments are not really anonymous. People can be tracked and pinned down from the IP address.

What this law does, is that it gives companies producing GMO seeds immunity from the federal courts. That's right. Get sick and die. They can't be sued. Have a good laugh at the video below. Let's hope it isn't your last laugh....

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The Forgotten and Forbidden Cancer Cures

forebidden-cures-featuredThe rate at which people get cancer is alarming. In 1900,  1 out 20 people would get cancer.  By 1940, it was 1 out of 16 -- and over the years, more and more people are getting it until today, where there is 1 out of every 3 people developing cancer in some form or another. What's being done about it? Not much. And modern treatments aren't helping. Two out the three treatments, surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, are carcinogenic.

The video below is one of the best documentaries I've seen that will show you how the big pharmaceutical companies took control of the medical industry by teaching doctors to treat this disease with drugs, rather than nutrition. It will also show you several cancer cures that were discovered, but were suppressed by lawsuits, and having those who would actually help, labeled as quacks.

Some of the people who are mentioned in the video who successfully treated cancer have products that can be bought, and used to treat yourself or a loved one. But it's against the law for them to advertise them as cancer cures.  A prime example of this is the formula developed by Rene Caisse, who spent her life curing thousands of people who had cancer. The medicine she developed is called Essiac (which is her name spelled backwards) and you can find some of her products at Amazon. I did a search for you. If you click this link you can see different products made from her formula.

Although she used Essiac to treat thousands of people, the medical community's official statement was that her patients had been misdiagnosed with cancer by incompetent doctors.

In the video you will also hear the story of Max Gerson. He developed and alternative dietary therapy, which he claimed could cure cancer and most chronic, degenerative diseases. It was based on consuming certain raw vegetables and an alkaline diet. He documented patient recoveries, but they were never allowed to be published. At the same time, doctors were promoting Camel cigarettes. However, today there are some of his books on Amazon and one of them is titled A Cancer Therapy: Results of Fifty Cases and the Cure of Advanced Cancer by Diet Therapy.

You will also learn about Laetrile. It's a  chemically modified form of amygdalin, a naturally-occurring substance found mainly in the kernels of apricots, peaches, and almonds. Although officially banned, other products containing a similar formula in the form of vitamin B17 and called Amygdalin, can be found on Amazon.

You will also learn about Iscador, which is extracted from mistletoe, and used widely in Europe. Suzanne Somers endorses it as part of her recovery strategy from breast cancer. If, after watching the video, you decide you would like to try it, the only thing I could find close to it on Amazon is called Herb Pharm Mistletoe Extract, which they say is a Mistletoe Extract from fresh (undried) whole Viscum album plants.

There is a lot more to the movie than what I've mentioned in this post. It's just over an hour long. If you don't have time to watch it all now, you can always bookmark this post so you can easily find it later on.

I can't recommend you try any of these. I'm not a doctor so can't advise anyone. This post is just for your information. Alternate treatments should always be discussed with medical personnel, but again, doctors tend to be trained in drug remedies; they and the pharmaceutical companies won't make any money should you get well.

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