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Comment from: admin [Member]
Sorry about your mom. Best wishes at this sad time. Peter
01/14/10 @ 13:55
Comment from: Marilyn Bordelon [Visitor] Email
Sorry about your Mom. I too went through
my Dad's death. He is a type A. Mom and I are type O. I talked about the diet to Dad when he was still alive. He has been a diabetic for years and an A but ate like an O. I was the black sheep in the family talking about the BTD. I have all the books and alot of information and now feel like I would be great in the field and trying to help
others. It just feels good and makes me feel worthy of life. I have to admit too that I fell off the BTD when my Dad passed away in Oct 09. I just know alot of his problems had alot to do with most of his problems that occured. The Doctors only work within the square of information for what they consider healing people. I disagree. Food is our health and better yet the right food for our blood type is the key. My exercise and BTD needs to be put back on the wagon. I know I will get there.
Finding this site was exciting. Now maybe I can go forward. I now read Soul Journey books to add to my diet. lol
Take care and thank you
Marilyn
01/15/10 @ 21:20
Comment from: Linda [Visitor]
I am so amazed at your wonderful blog, it shows how your endurance is at its up most. I know you will all miss her and you have showed time and time again the special relationship you had with your Mom and I commend your DD for insisting that you exercise, even when you couldn't feel yet. She's a very bright young lady.

I will pray that the peace you found continues and life is precious and you live it to its fullest.
01/16/10 @ 09:29
Comment from: Becky Bowles [Visitor]
May God surround you with His great love and the caring words of friends. May you be comforted by wonderful memories of your mom. She must have been a good woman - look who she raised!
With love and prayers,
Becky

01/16/10 @ 11:50
Comment from: Jane [Visitor]
Suzanne,
I'm so very sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. It's so very difficult to watch a parent fail. Like so many longtime BTDers, I've followed your blogs and feel as if I know you. You've been a wonderfully supportive daughter.
You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Jane
01/18/10 @ 18:32
Comment from: Marilyn Bordelon [Visitor] Email
Correction: I just know my Dad's problems had alot to do with ALL his medications the Doctors put him on to HELP him. Funny thing is his death cert says he died from senality and demensia. hum???
My prays are with you.
01/18/10 @ 21:15
Comment from: Connie - nowishow [Visitor]
I just saw this today. I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you.
01/21/10 @ 15:32
Comment from: Tom Martens [Visitor] · http://www.decidetolivebetter.com
I'm sorry about your mom.
Peace be with you, Suzanne.
01/23/10 @ 00:57
Comment from: Maria Giovanna [Visitor]
You did your best for your mother and may she enjoy her everlasting life with God !
Your faith makes her so proud ! The persons we love do not leave never our hearth.
01/23/10 @ 16:18
Comment from: Carrie--newtypeA [Visitor]
Suzanne,
I'm sorry to hear you lost your mom.

Last September, my dad died a similar way. He had a massive stroke and he couldn't swallow anymore. They put a tube in him but bile came up in the tube, and he died shortly after. (I got to visit him in the hospital, and he was at home with other family members when he went to be with the Lord.)

Perhaps because Dad had diabetes and other stuff going on before this happened (he was type B), I started the BTD. Lost interest after he died but I'm just now returning. You have a lot of strength to be able to stay on it after losing a parent.

Keep taking care of yourself. Sounds like you're doing a great job at it, and that will help a lot. You also have a good daughter--she's looking out for you.
01/23/10 @ 20:58
Comment from: Ruth [Visitor]
I'm so sorry for your loss.
01/29/10 @ 09:08

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