The year 2011 has been a hard one for me and my family. I felt that I was at one of the lowest points of my life, since the death of my mother 20 years ago, in April of this year. Our family went through a lot of transitions - buying and selling a home, working two jobs while transitioning to a new job, living with in laws, children changing schools, and the loss of a pregnancy.
As I sat in my doctor's office for a follow up through my tears I promised her that I would faithfully take my anti anxiety medication that I had been on for the previous three years. I did. But I felt nothing. I continued going through the motions of life but I felt nothing. My husband found a new job with increased pay. He found an amazing home and bought it for me. My children were thriving in their new school. Yet I was numb.
This was not the way I wanted to feel. This was not the way I wanted my children to remember me. And this is not the way I felt when I began my medication. I was introduced to doTERRA and the oils helped us win the battle of my sons allergies. I decided it was time for me to try something for myself, I started with Balance and Serenity. I could tell a difference but still felt the need to take my medication as well. I read more about the Lifelong Vitality Pack and thought I would put the 30 day money back guarantee to work. It was the first time I have take a supplement and felt a difference.
My head was clear, I didn't get fatigued in the afternoon, and when I got myself out of bed I didn't long to get back in it after my kids went to school. That was just the first week. The second week I decided to focus on taking the vitamins first and then take my medication if I needed it. I still took three that week. The third week I did the same but only took one that week and the fourth week was the same. I am happy to say that I have not taken any prescription medication since July of last year. I enjoy each day I have with my family. I am also able to see all the blessings and wonderful things that have happened in our lives. I wasn't sure that was ever going happen.