I must say Jamie left nothing unsaid.
This website (MEL) saved our lives.
Two years ago I was in a horrible state of mind. Thinking there is no way I can continue my life in this state of horror. But with the help of our dear Mel, I am at the end of this terrible disease.
This is the place to be if you want to get well.
It is not going to be easy. We have all had to totally change the way we live our lives. Our diets must consists of only what is listed in the forum. Like Ruth Ann said, "no more delicious goodies."
Mel has been well now 11 years and he now eats goodies.
So we all know once we get well we can once again enjoy having treats with sugar, once in a while.
I can honestly say during my recovery I have not once put anything bad in my mouth. I want to get well...and that means 100 percent!
I also want to thank everyone in the community for there support. It is amazing how we all help each other. You become friends and all of us need people who really understand our pain.
Mel is our rock. He understands our pain and our journey. He walks by your side guiding you to your recovery.
His coaching is priceless.
If you are sick and need help....email MEL.
It will be the best day of your life.
I must have hit the wrong key as I was planning on saying more but things don't always go the way you want them.
So here goes -
I've been on the forum for about 8 months now. When I first found Mel's site I had no idea what to expect.
I read what I could, not being a member.
I did contact Mel and he called me, most don't do that. Good.
We talked and he asked me some questions. I had previously determined that I had Morgellons but he wanted to make sure.
Mel told me I could get well by following "the sum of the parts" and not giving up hope.
That gave me hope which I didn't have at that time.
I had researched a fair amount and no one offered me hope to get well.
Thank you Mel for your assuring me there was hope and I could get well if I would take the protocol, get on the conference calls and be diligent to follow what I learned.
I didn't really know what all that meant.
Following the diet plan has been the hardest for me. I still struggle with it some days but I have stuck with it.
I know I don't want to go back to what I went through before finding this site. Do I believe I will get well, yes I do but
it hasn't been and isn't easy.
I miss my cookies and blueberry muffins. I love to bake but tend to not do much of that anymore. I love my macaroni and cheese but I haven't eaten any since I committed to get well and eat right. Now the holidays are coming up - turkey & dressing, Christmas dinner, desserts containing sugar etc. I guess its all about commitment and not wanting to go back to the way it was before
I found Mel.
Mel has been such a blessing for me, he is a coach and doesn't even make $20,000 never mind $200,000's a year as many coaches do, or much more.
Thank you Mel for being available when we need you.
I concur with Jamie,
My life didn't have much hope and I had some of the same thoughts she talks about in her post. I don't have them anymore and am better after 7 months on the protocol and attending the conference calls every week.
My question to all new people - where will you be in 6 months,
12 months or 2 years without the path to wellness this WEBSITE offers you?
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