I'm 41 years old and still love saying "my mommy". Why, because I love her like crazy, even though I could throttle her sometimes. hee hee Most of that comes from her being "stuck" but most of that comes from never feeling well - depression has been a huge factor in her life. After I found out about the Methyltetrahydrofolate Reductase (MTHFR) is hereditary I couldn't help but immediately convey the information to her. Her reaction: instant pessimism. And I can't say that I blame her, nothing has ever worked, and so to her, it's better to doubt it than be encouraged. However, this piqued her curiosity enough that I found out yesterday that she went out and bought all the same things that were prescribed to me in my protocol. I'M SO PROUD OF HER!!! That said... please pray for my mom that she too will benefit and her gazillion year fog will clear. God, I hope this works enough to help her start getting unstuck.
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