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4 comments:

  1. Hi Debra,
    I enjoy your Youtube video's. I watched some recent one's about your health situation. I thought, I would share this with you: 1. You seem to find relief when you go out into nature. 2. Working online for more than 20 hours a week, isn't something you can do. 3. Being in town seems to be too much for you.
    You may want to look into Electro Magnetic Frequencies and how they may contributing to your health concerns. I started looking into this, when they announced our local electricity company want to get approval to install Smart meters. I researched them and it lead me down the rabbit hole.
    I have posted about 3 months of research on this topic here: https://www.meetup.com/Albuquerque-Wellness-Meetup/events/234618513/ This link will give you a big picture view point.
    Under pages, you will find many different headings. Different people respond differently to EMF's and that is to be expected. Give it a read through, watch the video's and you may find it helpful.
    Wishing you the best, Rachel

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  2. Debra,

    Do you have a PayPal account?

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  3. Hey Donald ~ I see she has a gofundme.
    https://www.gofundme.com/nonursinghomefordebra

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  4. Hi Debra,
    We have been living parallel lives. I have been thinking about RVing for decades, but my epileptic condition put a damper on that. A few neurosurgeons have suggested surgery, but that sounded pretty extreme to me. After reading about your experiences I may get serious about it. I better get it done before Medicare disappears (I'm 68).
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