Monday, October 08, 2018

How Stress Contributes to Our Health Issues

Relaxation and Stress Release
You are probably aware that people of African heritage are more prone to particular health issues, notably diabetes, heart disease and some cancers, as well as mental health issues.

Did you know that chronic, long-term long-term, stress underlies a lot of health problems?

Living in a racist society obviously contributes to our long-term stress. 

These days, we are all experiencing a lot more stress. It can raise your blood pressure, it can lower your immune system. It can do a lot of damage. Stress causes physical health problems, as well as mental and emotional problems. And it can make existing problems worse.

Click here for a FREE consultation and  for help with relieving your anxiety and stress. I can provide you with an individual, personal journey to help you to relax, and to draw on your powers of physical, mental and emotional healing.

Here's to your success!

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Did You Know the American Diabetes Association Tried to Shut This Down?

Did you know you can reverse your Type 2 diabetes?  I did it!  Hooray!!   I came off Metformin more than a year ago, and I am still off it. 

DeWayne McCulley, author of Death to Diabetes, was volunteering his services, teaching people how to reverse their diabetes and come off the meds, when someone from the American Diabetes Association came in to tell him his services were no longer required. 

African Americans have some of the highest rates of diabetes in the U.S.  Check out these statistics from the American Diabetes Association. 

Go here for more ways to reverse Type 2 Diabetes and many other serious health issues. 

 Please share this with your networks and please leave your comments below.  Thanks. 

Here's to your health!  

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Mom at 10 and Married at 11

Sherry Johnson, child bride
I am sharing with you today this post about Sherry Johnson, a young Black girl in Florida who was forced to marry her rapist and bring up her six children from the age of ten onwards.  

That is to say, the mother, Sherry, was ten.  And this happened, not somewhere in Africa or Asia where child marriage is often commonplace, but in Florida.  The authorities did not protect this girl.  The law did not protect her.  Her family did not protect her.  I am sure you are as shocked by this as I am.  And I am sure that, like me, you applaud her courage. 

Sherry is very eloquent on what she had to give up while she was still a child, in order to provide and care for her children.   She is still fighting for the laws to be changed so that underage children cannot be forced into marriage. 

Please share this with your networks, and please leave your comments below.  We MUST stamp out child abuse and expectation.  If you agree, post "Yes".   

See also:  Child Sex Abuse - Protecting Our Children.