My Life: Misery to Victory

I have been encouraged for a while now to do a video with my story. I have been afraid of doing it. Afraid I was going to forget something. Afraid I was going to give to much information. Afraid I was going sound awful or look awful.

Today I set a goal of doing the video. I did it. I watched it. I missed a ton of things. I did it again. I watched it. I wanted to do it again because I missed so much. Yet I just made what I had work.

This isn’t a full story about what I went through, what I am going through but it is a brief little story about some of what has gone on. There are a lot of things that I have talked about here prior to this.

I am sharing this story because if it helps just one person, that is all that would matter! I had been miserable for so long. I could not touch my face without it hurting for nine years! I was always exhausted because I did not sleep well with the pain I was dealing with. Even when I would get a good nights sleep, it didn’t make up for all I was missing.

I was embarrassed about how I looked. Most people who would be going out worried about if they were wearing the right outfit and if they looked cute. I would stand in the mirror crying about how my face looked and try to find ways to back out of it. I would look at myself and wonder how my husband would want to be seen with me in public.

That would all be confirmed when someone in public would say something about my face. Wow your face looks bad today, what is wrong with your face, you know your face is red, why do you look like that and it just goes on and on.

It was hard. It was hard to look at myself and see someone who was lovable. It was hard to see myself as beautiful. I struggled to understand what he saw when he looked at me. That also translated into my relationship with God, which was crazy.

However things from my past had not ever really been dealt with. Because I had not dealt with things, when I looked at myself, I heard the voices and words from the past. It was something that I had to work through and I had to deal with. So I had to force myself to deal with it.

I am thankful that Dana cared enough about me to introduce me to the 30 fruits, veggies and berries. I am thankful that it has changed my life for the better. I am thankful that God brought all of this into my life and that He opened my eyes so that I didn’t pass it by.

Whatever you have going on, you can feel better! You are worth it. If you have any pull in your heart when you listen to my story, talk to me. I had so much going on in my life, I felt like I wasn’t worth it. I am worth it and so are you!

You don’t have to live in pain. You don’t have to feel miserable. You don’t have to feel awful. You can have energy. You can get good sleep. You can be happy. You can live your life. You can be on warfarin or coumadin and still get all of your fruits, veggies and berries on a daily basis and not have it affect your INR levels.

You are worth it! You are beautiful! You can look at yourself in the mirror and hold your head up high. Take time and love yourself!

I would love to hear from you! I love you, I care about you and I want you to feel well!


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