10 Aug 13:14
Doctors won’t make you healthy.
Nutritionists won’t make you slim.
Teachers won’t make you smart.
Gurus won’t make you calm.
Mentors won’t make you rich.
Trainers won’t make you fit.
Ultimately, you have to take responsibility.
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10 Aug 13:26
Well said Clint and all very true.
10 Aug 13:40
Well said Clint, great reminder it is our responsibility first, thank you
10 Aug 16:28
Clint you are so right!
11 Aug 04:29
I so agree with you, Clint..it is trial and error, but at least we are in charge...⚘⚘
11 Aug 11:49
Be your own boss!
11 Aug 20:13
12 Aug 07:49
So true, great post Clint ,Why i took charge of my own health, i did it myself, i had some guidance at the start and then it was up to me, I have seen so many benefits by making those changes and it wasnt easy but, if i can do it them i think anyone can though it is a choice a choice for everyone :)
12 Aug 15:05
Excellent said Clint. We can't rely on anybody but ourselves. We need to take that first step in realizing that we have a choice.
13 Aug 21:20
Brilliant tell me what you did with the lemons
13 Aug 21:47
I would like to know also. I do drink lemon w/water every morning no big miracle.
13 Aug 23:43
Cut a lemon 🍋 rub it on affected areas leave on until you shower 🚿 then repeat 🔁 daily take a day off once in a while
17 Aug 05:50
Hi Clint, yes, you're right....but - I have to say there's been a homeopath whose remedies have really helped me, a teacher or two who opened me to new knowledge and insights, a guru who taught me meditation (which really worked in making me a calmer happier person!), a financial mentor who gave me the courage to buy an investment property, and a trainer who inspired me to do more in terms of fitness. Now I know that I had to do the work, but you know what they say: when the student is ready, the teacher appears.
I believe in personal responsibility, but I've certainly welcomed help along the way so I could learn and grow. I love the help we all get here!
17 Aug 13:19
I have been feeling a little better with some of the tips I have found on this site and am very much appreciative.
17 Aug 17:49
Me too Ida.
17 Aug 20:03
Good news you two
17 Aug 21:36
18 Aug 01:39
Very true Clint. Even my own doctor said he would love it if more people walked into his office being part of the process. It’s our right to ask questions, try things. It’s just common sense to me to not give all my health to my doctor. He knows a littler about a lot but not a lot about everything.
18 Aug 03:13
Yes, some doctors a really willing to try natural treatments and with so many serious side effects of a lot of medications it is a good option often.
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