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    What Is Health?

    Many times, I have thought that, if I had to explain what health is, I would be probably telling a daydream, as I have never met a person who is perfectly healthy: Health is the dream and goal of every human being (if it is not, then I must assume…

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    What Is A Dysfunctional Family?

    From my book "Walking Next To Cancer" Most of us grow up believing our own family is “normal”. It is only with life experience that we may come to recognize there is perhaps “something unusual” about our own upbringing and family life. We may also come to realize that many…

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    The Mystery Of The Human Body

    The human body is one of the most explored subjects on Earth, and yet it still holds many secrets. Take the time to do your own research! You will be immersed in an ocean of joy, duality, complexity, simplicity, dynamism, and inconsistent consistency. You will discover myriad wrong statements which…

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    The Mask

    From the book "Walking Next To Cancer" Jocelyn told me that, due to family circumstances, her father brought her into the family business at the age of five. She was introduced to what went on in the store and was taught how the store functioned and most importantly how to…

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    Suffocating symptoms with pills vs healing of the body and mind

    “Symptomatic treatment is harmful wherever in nature it is applied to the soil, plants, animals or human beings, or in medicine….” —Dr. Werner Kollath When we lead the lifestyle described above we start getting symptoms—if we were constructed like a piece of manmade machinery, a red light or warning chime…

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    Cancer Is The Message, Not The Dis-Ease

    “The man who makes no mistakes is the man who never does anything.” —Eleanor Roosevelt I would like to urge you to open the door to all that is suppressed in your mind. Let it spill out, releasing all that is inhibiting you; clear it out, and keep that door…

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    Killing. Smashing. Showing Off

    From the book "Walking Next To Cancer" Another thing we had often discussed was her desire to kill (her word) or destroy (another Jocelyn favourite) the competition. It was unhealthy. I felt confident I could challenge her on this approach to her competition, as I do have a bachelor’s degree…

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    On which side of the statistic are you?

    Statistics can be polarizing. We all hope to be part of the favourable side of any statistic while our instinct is to simply exclude ourselves from the negative side. But you can’t avoid negative outcomes by simply asserting that you will. You need to work to earn your place among…

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    Parenting

    From the book "Walking Next To Cancer" Often, after exhausting times of long polemics with Jocelyn, I would start thinking about that little innocent girl who had literally gathered all the adult teachings of handling good and bad issues. The twelve-year-old who had not developed any personal boundaries to protect…

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    Miss Quick Fix

    From the book “Walking Next To Cancer” Jocelyn would gulp them down enthusiastically, but without mixing the juices with the saliva in the mouth. No matter how many times I brought it to her attention that the digestion of carbohydrates starts in the mouth while mixing with the saliva, it…

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