Yes, exactly. Cause and effect. When we allow our or …

Comment on An overlooked essential for health and happiness by Sarah Best.

Yes, exactly. Cause and effect. When we allow our or others’ rights to be violated it is not healthy, nor spiritual. When we look the other way we “enable”.

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An overlooked essential for health and happiness
Thanks, David. I can’t claim to be “perfect” in this regard either but I know I always appreciate it, too, when I comment on an article and the author replies, so it’s on the list of new year’s resolutions 🙂


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Wow – thank you so much, Paz, for this wise and insightful comment. I agree with every word. There is so much confusion around this but you cut right through it with that! In appreciation, Sarah


An overlooked essential for health and happiness
Thanks SO much Anna. And thank you for your own bravery and for all you are doing.

I would much rather write about positive things. And I’m well aware of the concept that we should just focus on the positive. There’s a lot of truth in that but it can be taken to extremes and sadly used to allow people who, as one person put it, “speak our language but are not one of us” to come into the raw community and run roughshod over others – all the while talking about love and light.

I just want to clarify again that I am talking about *a minority* here – I would not want anyone to think otherwise.

Thanks again for all YOU do! x


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Hi Nina,

Thank you so much for sharing that.

Yes, it is devastating to miss the love of a father.

And it’s not made any easier by the fact that this is so little talked about and understood.

But for what it’s worth, in the four years since I began writing about this topic I’ve heard from SO many women who feel just as you do.

That’s why I started my free email series on the father-daughter relationship, which is designed to answer the very questions you posed, and which I see you’ve signed up for. I hope you’ll find it helpful.

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Sarah x


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That’s wonderful to hear, and thank you so much for the share.


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Great to know, Shelda! 🙂


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Thank you for commenting, Miriam. I’d forgotten that I recommended agave in this article and I’ve made a note to revise it, as I have since revised my views – very much in line with what you wrote, in fact! I blogged about that here: http://www.sarahbesthealth.com/is-agave-syrup-a-healthy-alternative-to-sugar/ I still consider brown rice syrup a great choice since it’s essentially fructose free. As for research on the impact on emotional and mental wellbeing of consuming a high-sugar diet, I couldn’t agree more! And I personally think that what’s come out on this so far is just the tip of the iceberg 🙂



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