Stories of Our Iron Butterflies

How One Health Industry Guru Finally Healed her Body

By Jessica Ehrlich I have suffered from some sort of health issue or ailment for most of my life. I’ve been actively searching for answers for the last 20 years… To no avail until now. Fatigue, IBS, eczema, brain fog, and borderline hypothyroidism have almost...

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Asking for what you want and need

By Janet Favorite People are often surprised to hear that there is a syndrome that mimics food addiction. You may not have heard of it.  It is called Prader-Willi Syndrome. If I were to say that some people lock up food to keep it away from their children, you might...

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My Father, My Hero

By Kay Lynn Means-Darling When I think back on my life, my first thought is the need to honor my heroes…being a true Daddy’s girl, first on my list would be my father.  Oh how I wish I “would have known then what I know now.”   The extent of sacrifices he bestowed...

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Germ Bustin’ Ideas

By Jessica Ehrlich It’s flu and allergy season and it seems like errrbody been getting sick! Ain’t nobody got time fuh dat! So, whether you are already sick or just want to avoid it….Here are some killer germ busting ideas that I do, and did do this past week, when...

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Never Destined to Succeed

https://youtu.be/g-eKgNeKo-U Dr. Judith Loredo holds a Certificate of Completion from San Antonio College; a BS in the Science of Communication Disorders, an MA in Speech Pathology, and a M.ED. in Education, from Our Lady of the Lake University; and a Ph.D. from the...

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Never Make Assumptions!

By Kay Lynn Means Darling As I’ve previously written, my career choice was law enforcement, which extended to approximately 30 years. This incident recently crossed my mind so I thought I would share. During my first decade in the business, I was involved in pistol...

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It’s All for Her

By Marty Barnes In 2006 my husband and I welcomed our first and only child into the world while living in Santa Monica, California.  About one month before the due date we were rushed to the hospital where they performed an emergency cesarean.  Due to a traumatic...

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Motivated by Love

by Kathryn M. HolmesI was petrified when suddenly I collapsed in my bedroom doorway, numb from my waist to my toes. After my husband’s frantic 911 call, the paramedics transported me to the nearest hospital. My entire body was weak; my mind was scrambled. The pain...

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Add Sunshine to Your Day: Vitamin D is the Way

By Kathy Mydlach BeroVitamin D is critical to your healthPerhaps you’re already familiar with a healthy body’s key nutrient – vitamin D3. It’s arguably the most important essential nutrient, working to keep your bones strong and inflammation in check while reducing...

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King Margo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxQvcy_Iyi8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3CwVz4uAbs&t=8s Check out their bios:   Checkout their website: https://www.kingmargo.com  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kingmargomusic...

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By Kathy Mydlach Bero ADD BIO HERE WITH PHOTO REMEMBER TO PLACE CURSOR AT BEGINNING TO HAVE IMAGE IN THE TOP LEFT CORNER

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Then came the ROAR… The beginning of the end!

by Tracy Jones Blair Born with a bilateral, sensory-neural and conductive hearing loss, Tracy relied on auditory training combined with visual cues and speechreading to help her to “hear” all her life. Her most severe loss was in the middle frequencies (affecting...

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Remembering…and Moving Forward

By Amber Davis I met my now ex-husband, Luke, at a high school band party when I was 15. We were strangers when our names were entered in a kissing contest.  I remember our names being called and walking to the stage amidst cheers and whistles from the crowd. Luke was...

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Never Give Up!

By Carolyn Phillips Many of us have gone through trials in our life and all of us experience them similarly or in different ways. Each of us is uniquely individual with unique qualities. And yes, the wise saying of “time heals” really is true.  Just be...

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My Soulmate Noname

By Cynthia O’Brien In 2016, I lost my soul mate cat. It brought me to my knees with grief. I was surprised by the intensity of something I had never experienced and I was not well for over a year. My sweet feral cat, Noname, who I had spent years taming and getting to...

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