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  • The dental work that helped me recover from MCS The dental work that helped me recover from MCS

    by Elisha McFarland | Since having all of this dental work completed, I have seen a significant shift in my health...I can say that I am almost completely healed. ...

  • The illusion of control The illusion of control

    by Diana Rose Kottle | It is an illusion to think we have control over the outcome of anything and yet we are more powerful as creators of our own reality than we could even imagine. This is the paradox....

  • EFT for MCS using positive “choices” EFT for MCS using positive “choices”

    by Lisa Snow | Sometimes we do include positive affirmations in EFT, using the Choices Method. Read this article to find out how....

  • Dating with MCS or chemical injury Dating with MCS or chemical injury

    Enter to win one of five free premium memberships being given away to celebrate the grand opening of Canary Singles, a place to meet others with chemical injury for companionship, dating, friendship, love and marriage....

  • EFT for coping with people who don't “get” MCS EFT for coping with people who don’t “get” MCS

    by Lisa Snow, EFT practitioner | I would be willing to bet that every last chemically sensitive person has encountered at least one person (probably many, many people) who “just don’t get” MCS....

  • EFT for MCS EFT for MCS

    by Lisa Snow, EFT practitioner | Emotional Freedom Technique, or EFT, works at a physical level to help the body heal itself by balancing the energy system....

  • The health benefits of water fasting The health benefits of water fasting

    by Stephen Harrod Buhner | Fasting is an exceptionally ancient, and powerful, approach to healing many common disease conditions. It allows the body to rest, detoxify, and to heal. ...

  • Lyme disease and fear Lyme disease and fear

    by Lady Barbara | Now, after MANY years of writing, and coaching and listening to others with Lyme, I’m still of the mind that FEAR is the greatest obstacle to healing....

  • The best offense is a good offense: what we need to learn from AIDS The best offense is a good offense: what we need to learn from AIDS

    by Peggy Munson | ...ME/CFS patients have tended to get sucked into what domestic violence activists call the “cycle of violence,” believing the bullies’ lies that they will change......

  • When prescription drugs cause problems When prescription drugs cause problems

    by Julie Genser | Sometimes prescription drugs can cause new conditions that are permanent, as in the case of tardive dyskinesia, a movement disorder caused by some medications....

  • The Prayer Thief The Prayer Thief

    by Julia Tuchman | I have stolen other people’s prayers. I know, it sounds really bad. I mean, who steals prayers? Why would someone even want to steal another’s prayers?...

  • Global action: send Oprah your MCS story today! Global action: send Oprah your MCS story today!

    by Monique van den Broek | I am going to ask you just ONE thing. ONE hour of your time. If we all send our stories to Oprah Winfrey on the 3rd or 4th of July, we can make an impact....

  • Gulf spill workers matter too Gulf spill workers matter too

    Workers cleaning up the Gulf oil spill are getting sick but a call to open emergency clinics to treat these injured workers got no mention by the President in his brief this week on progress in the Gulf....

  • My root canal extraction adventure My root canal extraction adventure

    When my front cap unexpectedly came out one day a couple of months ago, I was more than ready to have my 30-year-old root canal extracted....

  • Lyme's lessons Lyme’s lessons

    Mimi shares how lyme disease has helped her to see all the blessings in her life....

  • Let your trouble be your teacher Let your trouble be your teacher

    Thoughts on finding meaning in your journey with lyme disease, or any other chronic illness....

  • MCS and the Search for a Safe Community MCS and the Search for a Safe Community

    Mary Rives and Keith Carlson recap their past seven months on the road across America in search of a chemical-free ecovillage to call home....

  • Lose the Lyme: Save the Rhyme Lose the Lyme: Save the Rhyme

    A poem for lyme disease awareness month by Sonya Rose Atkinson....

  • A Story of Environmental Illness and a Mom Who Saved the Day A Story of Environmental Illness and a Mom Who Saved the Day

    Jaime Owen gives thanks to her mom this Mother's Day for supporting her through a harrowing journey with environmental illness....

  • A poem to kick off lyme disease awareness month A poem to kick off lyme disease awareness month

    Heidy Ramos shares her experience of trying to get properly diagnosed and treated for lyme disease. Her poem kicks off Lyme Disease Awareness Month in May 2010....

  • Myalgic Encephalomyelitis: The shocking disease Myalgic Encephalomyelitis: The shocking disease

    Jodi Bassett writes about the many ways getting myalgic encephalomyelitis is a 'shock to the system' of sufferers....

  • Planet Thrive is Taking a Break Planet Thrive is Taking a Break

    The founder of Planet Thrive explains why the site will be not adding new content for the next month or so....

  • Embracing a Terminal Illness Embracing a Terminal Illness

    Fred Lanphear shares how his recent diagnosis of Lou Gehrig’s Disease brought a beautiful opportunity of growth to the Songaia Cohousing Community, which he cofounded....

  • Sleeping on Wool Felts Sleeping on Wool Felts

    Eliana Jantz, bed designer and founder of Shepherd's Dream, is now forming a felting collective in Montague, California to focus on wool felts as the perfect sleep system....

  • Environmentally sensitive need young champion for their cause Environmentally sensitive need young champion for their cause

    Hannah Taylor is only 11 years old and has already raised over a million dollars to fight homelessness in Canada through her charity The Ladybug Foundation....

  • The True Need for Community The True Need for Community

    Can community meet the needs that one man hasn't been able to meet on his own? Joshua Canter searches for the answer to this and other deep questions about life, meaning, and connection....

  • Christmas, EI-style Christmas, EI-style

    Just because you are challenged with environmental illness, there's no need to skimp when it comes to seasonal celebration. Find out how others express their holiday cheer....

  • Celebrating Chanukah When You're Chemically Sensitive Celebrating Chanukah When You’re Chemically Sensitive

    These less toxic substitutes for fun Chanukah rituals can help you continue to honor your holiday tradition each year without compromising your health. ...

  • Coping with Chronic Illness During the Holidays Coping with Chronic Illness During the Holidays

    by Cynthia Perkins, M.Ed. | Unable to attend family holiday celebrations due to chronic illness? Here are some tips for making the holiday season a time to look forward to no matter what your circumstance....

  • Destined for Desert Destined for Desert

    In 1998, while backpacking through the Middle East, I fell head-over-heels for a dashing Bedouin living in the desert in southern Jordan. I stayed for 5 weeks, learning how to bake bread under the fire coals in the sand, play the Arabic hand drum (dumbek), and say "I love you" in Arabic....

  • Environmental Toxins and Addiction Environmental Toxins and Addiction

    by Cynthia Perkins, M.Ed. | A sobriety coach and recovered alcohol and drug addict discusses how environmental toxins affect the neurotransmitters in the reward pathway of the brain....

  • The Seven Essentials of Recovery The Seven Essentials of Recovery

    "The Queen of Green" Debra Lynn Dadd shares her top suggestions for turning your health around onto a path of recovery from chemical sensitivities and food intolerances....

  • Surviving the Dreaded H1N1 Swine Flu Surviving the Dreaded H1N1 Swine Flu

    Dr. Randy Baker of the Pacific Center for Integral Health in Soquel, California shares his approach for preventing and treating both the seaonal flu and the dreaded Swine Flu (H1N1) this winter....

  • To the Girls Down the Hall:  Ave et Avete To the Girls Down the Hall: Ave et Avete

    by Susan M. Silver | A grown woman grapples with the rejection from young neighbors after developing environmental illness....

  • Typical Symptoms of Tick-borne Infections Typical Symptoms of Tick-borne Infections

    Steven J. Harris, M.D., an LLMD practicing in California, summarizes the typical symptoms of different tick-borne infections commonly seen with Lyme disease....

  • Toxic Terror Toxic Terror

    When you walk into my house, chemicals waft from your clothes. I know right away that the laundry detergent you use is toxic (most are) and that if I am around you for long I will get a headache. Should I tell you?...

  • The next HIV? ME/CFS and AIDS activists unite The next HIV? ME/CFS and AIDS activists unite

    by Peggy Munson | Hi Friends & fellow revolutionaries, As some of you may know, the biggest news to hit the ME/CFS community -- ever -- just dropped a couple of days ago on October 9, 2009....

  • From Chronic Fatigue to Lyme: Medically Unexplained No More From Chronic Fatigue to Lyme: Medically Unexplained No More

    by Pamela Weintraub | Over the past year, forces at the highest reaches of medicine have made ever stronger efforts to burden the sick, diseased, and infected with psychiatric labels, consigning them to often mind-numbing psych meds and untreated infection...

  • What's helping you rise? What’s helping you rise?

    I just discovered a wonderful website for a wonderful reading/study group: healthpursuitsgroup.com. They are a unique health book club for people suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia (FMS), multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), and related conditions....

  • There Comes A Time There Comes A Time

    I have never been very good at surrendering. I have been the fighter—the hold on to the side of the cliff, fight for your life, never give up and never go down with the ship kind of soul. It was exhausting work....


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