Hear my words and change how I feel
I want to be healthy. I want to be healed.
Place a fortress around my soul so negativity won’t take control.
I am love and I am divine
Be gone omens that aren’t mine.
I am healthy. I am healed.
Happy is how I feel.
Feel free to use my poem to stay healthy and purify your body if not well. Namaste! This is best done for the first time in a quiet place after lighting a newly white cleansed candle. After that you can just recite it when needed. Must repeat 3 times in a row each time.
Stay safe and stay strong. Remember that many of us are empaths and some of those toxic emotions felt may not even be our own. Try it and let me know how it goes. Email me at email@example.com
Hugs from Brooklyn
It’s approaching that dreaded hour.
That hour you know it’s time to take a shower
You have prolonged it long enough
You don’t want to but know you must.
But what is all your worrying about?
It’s about your hair falling out.
You are full of so much despair
Because you just keep losing your hair
You feel horrid when you look at the drain. You grab the hair with angst and pain
You shout “What the heck is this about? Why the $&@/ is my hair falling out?”
You go see the doctor and he says “it’s just stress. Nothing to worry about!” Everyone is going through the same thing due to Covid 19 stress. Losing jobs, getting sick, and losing loved ones causes stress. Anxiety and depression are stresses that make you lose tresses.
What you don’t understand is why from the top of your head? Why not from your axilla or legs instead? He mentioned telogen effluvium as the diagnosis. You felt relieved to hear of the prognosis. Your hair will grow again. Amen.
You promise to become more stress free. You remember and say to yourself “Hair or no hair I am still me. ”
Love you all and I’m not lying at all. Is your hair falling out too? What are you doing to de-stress? Stay strong. If you would like to check a nice video about this topic see below.
Hugs from Brooklyn.
Good morning my friends. This year has been tough with the pandemic and being an essential worker. In mid March I was on call and it was so difficult video chatting with patients that were sick and I had to refer them to the emergency room. Painfully I knew some of them would not make it.
It’s been so busy I didn’t process it. I got sick myself with Covid like symptoms but it turned out to be the flu. It sucked that last week of March. Then soon afterwards my beautiful coworker was found in a praying position on the floor in the morning in her home. She had a heart attack and tried to get to the phone and fell. Her grandson is my patient and he was devastated. Once again I had to stay strong.
My friend called me around the same time to tell me both her parents died of Covid one week apart. I couldn’t even go hug her and that was heart breaking. They were only in their late 50s. I’m 52 years old,
I then get a phone call from my friend that one of our mutual friends was in the hospital battling for his life. A severe heart attack at age 42. He died just few days shy of his birthday. He was a healthy beautiful person. He had just had a full cardiac check up too. What the heck? I almost cried but I couldn’t because as an essential worker and a parent you have to be strong for others.
I reached out to my friend for comfort to find out my Physician Assistant from my prior job had died and he was only 32. I just continued feeling crappy and so irritable.
In August my mom was hospitalized and required major heart surgery. She had hallucinations due to side effects of the anesthesia and the morphine given. My heart couldn’t take seeing my strong mom cry like a baby. I had to stay strong, I’m the only medical doctor in the family. I’m happy to state she is now better and almost at her baseline.
When I finally go back to work and check my labs I find out that the grandson of my deceased co-worker has to be sent to the emergency room. At age 26 he was diagnosed with cancer. His girlfriend is my patient and I fought back crying to provide her with comfort and strength.
I found myself burned out, irritable and so unenthusiastic. Could I possibly take anymore? I watched sad movies but no tears. I chopped onions and nothing.
I then got into a tiff with my 23 yr old daughter and I just cried and cried. I broke and I finally feel better. I decided to start a You-tube channel to motivate others. It made me realize that in motivating others I uplifted yourself. Here’s the link. Care to join me? Let me know what you think
With all my love Guady G
Hugs from Brooklyn
You! You need to leave
You with your tricks up your sleeve
Continue reading “You need to leave…..”
When you are sick how do you feel? What makes you go to the doctor? Seriously it’s 10 below zero and you get up from your warm bed, bundle yourself up and go see a doctor in hopes of getting antibiotics. But you don’t really need an antibiotic for every sneeze, cough or upset stomach. […]
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