We get a lot of e-mails every day from people who ask us questions about the plant-strong life. In these e-mails I usually find that they reveal a lot about the person, and usually the complexity in which they are approaching their plant-strong life.
Here are a few ways you can make things harder than it
Soon after I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes I was told that my eyes were in trouble. I was already showing signs of diabetic retinopathy. It only got worse as my diabetes got worse. And by 30 years old I was told that I’d go blind fairly young because of the issues I was
19 years ago I sat in a hospital room holding my Granny’s hand. She was dying. I did not want to let her go, but I knew that the end was inevitable. Years of living with T2 diabetes had taken their toll on her, she was suffering greatly. We sat in the hospital room, alone, and
When my husband and I first made our plant-strong change, it was a pretty lonely feeling. All of a sudden our friends and family seemed to look at us differently. We weren’t invited out as much, people weren’t inviting us over for parties and dinners. We were the weird ones. I remembered the first time
A few years ago I was in a pretty bad place. Not just my health, which was failing on every level possible, but my personal life was failing as well. Without going into the details, in a period of a few short months we found ourselves completely alone in what was once a thriving community
A few months ago I wrote about working out and being obese. This is one of the obstacles about starting out at a higher weight, how to workout. I probably should have taken my own advice, because I suffered a pretty major knee injury recently. I was kind of devastated over it. Not because I wouldn’t lose as