Why is it romantic to ‘need’ another to live happily, to base our condition on circumstances outside of ourselves? Placing this power unto another to ‘complete’ you or be your ‘other half’ cripples you with your own blunt sword.
Through the media or our standard doctors office it’s easy to feel hopeless and full of fear or overwhelm that disease awaits us all, and there’s little hope but surgery, drugs and side-effects; but there is hope, knowledge, and tools available to us, and it doesn’t come in a ‘pink washed’ package of cookies for breast cancer.
Never did I think I would be faced with my furangel having cancer, not with my background in Functional Medicine and Nutrition, but alas, our beloved Bastian has Hemangiosarcoma. I believe we can live well with cancer, perhaps even beat it, or at the very least improve the conditions and quality of life in the time we have. So here’s our approach and experience thus far, incase it can help you or loved ones
In essence, how can I speak of the benefits of sauerkraut or other ‘luxuries’ of health, while there is such division and fear of security in our own homeland?’ How can we talk of anything other than the latest politics and media releases, without feeling off-topic and insensitive?...