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  • My challenges   by  mscaramelle     14 y     1,859       3 Messages Shown       Blog: Dreaming Big & the Law of Attraction
    My challenges are many and the only way to see a good outcome is to commit to change the way I do things.

    Weight has been an ongoing issue FOREVER, and even with support boards, I'm still the same weight today as I was in 2000.

    January 13th marked 8 years that I quit smoking, but the weight was there long before that. Quitting smoking is what I am most proud of.

    Exercise is now regular as of Thursday of last week. There's a YWCA in my building that I work so NO excuses. I'm 5/5 this week for aerobic classes.

    My biggest challenge though is ridding myself of a virus. On January 31st of 2005, I tested positive for HIV and although no longer devastated, its always on the back of my mind. I love the internet for the ability to research alternative therapies and after just watching AIDS Inc, by Gary Null, I am now convinced that I will NEVER go on meds. I'm not on them now and its been 3 years.

    My X-fiance infected me. Its so hard to understand how someone could be so careless and care even less about me. As it turns out, he was obviously not who I thought he was and is currently behind bars. I had no choice but to press charges. Unfortunately, he has infected 3 other women before being picked up. I hope they throw away the key, but I no longer waste any energy on that poor excuse for a human.

    My challenges are before me and I am able to share this journey with many people. As a single parent, I have a responsibility to take the best care of myself as possible. The vacation I returned from with him and other family was awesome and rejuvenating and I'm ready for Operation Renovation.
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    • Re: My challenges   by  karmabytz     14 y     1,534
      I commend you for your positive outlook on everything! There must be some huge life lessons along your path. I think it's awesome that you don't want to use the drugs for the virus. I think it's very possible to rid yourself of it using natural remedies. Especially with the right attitude.

      Are you familiar with Abraham-Hicks? (They may or may not have been in the copy of the Secret you saw- there are 2 different versions.) You should check out their daily quotes- very inspiring and usually spot on for what I needed to know that day. I love that about channeled information, it's super customized to your needs. They're at
      http://www.abraham-hicks.com


      One other thing, I see you still harbor resentment for your ex-fiancee, which is fully understandable. However, this will only harm you in the long run. Ultimate forgiveness and compassion will help you in your healing process. It's all about the energy we hold inside our bodies. There are different ways of releasing such energies. I've only started to learn about the Sedona Method, which is one. Have you been working with any others for this issue?
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      • Re: My challenges   by  mscaramelle     14 y     1,471
        I did see that version and the way she spoke really touched me. I forgot all about them, so I appreciate the link.

        In my last post I said that I am able to share this with many people, but I meant to say that I'm not able to which is part of the reason to have an online journal anonymously. I have come into contact with alot of people who are terrified of the virus.

        I don't know why, but I have complete confidence that it can be rid of naturally. My viral load has gone from 1100 to 570 and now at 2600.

        My opinion of my Ex is very unemotional. I understand what resentment can do to one's spirit. It's not good. I was able to move forward when I realized, he never did love me. I had done so much and then he stole from my son and it just went on and on, so it was just easier to forget all of it.

        If I do see him again since this happened, I don't know if I'd tell him I forgive him, but I do. He is having to be accountable for doing this to me and others and I'll let God deal with that. I'm ready to move forward.

        Thanks for posting!
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