I Know How You Feel


By Pam Bown

I understand feeling disempowered, to feel as if the entire world is out to get you, one smell, one chemical, one reaction at a time.  Your loved ones think that you are crazy, and the doctors cannot find a reason for the mysterious symptoms that you are experiencing.  Of course, what others say does not make it less real.

If you walk into a mall and get a whiff of some of the “wonderful smells” and you suddenly feel disoriented and cannot breathe, then it is all in your head.  If you walk into a building that has new smells; new furniture, new paint, new carpeting and you get sick, you are faking it.  If you are suddenly headachy, confused and have breathing challenges from tar fumes or car exhaust, well… that is just ridiculous.  If you are inside a building frantically looking for a way out to catch a breath of fresh air, trust me, I know how you feel.

I know what it is like to be afraid of going to a party due to any number of embarrassing reactions.  I know how it feels when people are staring at you because you look anxious, bewildered and lost.  I know the anxiety you feel when you walk into a friend’s home, and not wanting to make a fool of yourself, but needing to get out ASAP.  I know the panic in your body when you sit in someone’s car who uses an air freshener and you must get out!

YOU can tame this tiger and experience a quality of life that you never thought was possible. You can reclaim your health.  Learn about chemicals and electromagnetic radiation in your home and work environment.

Empower yourself with the knowledge of how your body responds to certain triggers. Your body has innate wisdom that if you listen, will guide you through your healing process.  Learn to love your body so that it can love you back with good health, a clear mind and a compassionate heart.

Bryce Canyon UT 3-30-07 - I know how you feel (26)

© Pam Bown 10/16/18; All Rights Reserved


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