Do you try to do everything yourself?  Do you hate to ask other people for help?  Are you good at dispensing advice, telling others when to seek help yet fail to do the same for yourself?   I have to admit, I am very guilty of this and now stepping out from behind the curtain to admit it.

If you have been following me for a while, you know that my goal is to empower you to be in control of your health.  Sometimes that means asking for help.  I started my blog a year ago and have been trying to figure out how to get the message of health empowerment out to you.  It has been a slow process with a big learning curve as I am not tech savvy as my family can attest to.  I have not been good about asking for help.  Well, though it was uncomfortable for me, I decided to join “The Quick Start Challenge” and the “Just Do it Challenge” to better share the message of health empowerment with you.

One thing I teach in my online course, is about encouraging you to step out of your fear in order to realize your full potential.  This can help you begin to heal physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.  I know the subject of fear very well.  You see, I have always been a shy person, so doing any of this is way outside my comfort zone.  However I am so passionate about helping you figure out what can be making you sick, tired, and out of balance that I had to put my own fears aside to help you.  In fact, and this makes me very nervous, I will be doing my first ever webinar on Monday, April 21st at 7:00 p.m. central time.  In this webinar you will discover:

  • When you join the webinar you will get a free gift:  As my way of saying thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule, you will receive a special report called, “Add more Nutrition to Your Diet:  9 Tips to Get you Started.  I hope to see you there.  As reminder to myself and to you, I would like to leave you this quote from the famous Beatles song, “Get By with a Little Help From My Friends”.  
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9 Replies to “Know When to Get Help”

  1. Laura, I am a real believer in the power of foods and the bodies natural ability to heal itself. As an example I take elderberry juice when a cold feels like it is coming on. It works every time.

    1. Greg, I could not agree more with you. Elderberry is great to start taking when you feel a virus, such as a cold coming on. Thanks for sharing as others can find your comment very helpful.

  2. Hi Laura, I am a firm believer that on this planet for every disease there is a cure. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that doc leaves grow next to stinging nettles. I think natural nutrition and sport should be a fundamental part of our school years. I think it’s outrages that 20 stone kids are leaving school.
    Chris Jones webmaster of http://www.footballexposed.com

    1. Chris, it could not agree with you more. There is a lot of ancient wisdom that modern medicine could benefit from. Good nutrition and physical activity are critically important to optimizing our health. Thanks for your comments.

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