The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 2
The Cost of Healing
Posted By: Sam LaTona
It was refreshing for me to read discussion on the costs of getting well using alternative health care. I have been ill for some time-CFS, hormone shutdown, yeast infection, and on and on...I am self-employed and most insurance carriers won't touch the costs of what it is taking for me to get well. I don't have a choice about not working-and yet the financial vise tightens monthly. What to do? Colorado doesn't have what Wisconsin does and it will take work to move Colorado in that direction. Insurance premiums aren't worth it after you figure in the costs...Its cheaper to pay it all out of pocket. My only choice, I think, is to work more. I'm in private practice in psychotherapy-not something you want to add to much since the stress level can be high. I'd opt for working out of the home on the computer. Anyone have any ideas? I know these comments do not seem appropos for this Website(I think it is though) and I apologize to those who don't. But if this Website is to offer communications about wellness then we need to discuss this area in depth. What does a person do? I'm running out of survival by the skin of my teeth and really am looking for some creative and supportive solutions. This diet has saved my life and the knowledgeable comments of all the participants of this site are greatly appreciated. Thanks Sam
Messages in This Thread
Karen P -- Wednesday, 28 January 1998, at 3:32 p.m.
Sam I Am -- Wednesday, 24 December 1997, at 3:54 p.m.
Steve Shapiro -- Monday, 22 December 1997, at 6:59 p.m.
jeanb -- Monday, 22 December 1997, at 11:07 a.m.
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