Are you making health and happiness decisions based on limiting money beliefs? Lesson #1: follow your intuition. I got the text from my dad on Tuesday (yesterday) telling me that he took my mom to the emergency room. I have been having a nagging feeling for weeks about my mom’s health. She has said that she is tired all the time. She just can’t seem to “get with it.” I saw her on Saturday and I could see something was wrong. Really wrong. The nagging feeling didn’t go away. My sister Rochelle and I, who are both “get-shit-done” kind of people and can turn into bossy gals to get it done, insisted that she go to the doctor as soon as she can on Monday. My mom didn’t want to. She said it was just her blood sugar. We insisted. We were going to drive 90 minutes to take her there ourselves if we had to. We both knew something was really wrong. The text from my dad confirmed our intuition was right on. The doctor wasn’t sure how my mom was walking around, her blood count was so low. At any moment, her heart could have just stopped because there wasn’t enough blood to circulate. Lesson #2: When it’s convenient to not follow your intuition because someone or something else can convince you that it’s not a big deal, take a committed stand for your truth. We spent the day in the hospital with my mom. Three blood transfusions later and a procedure to find out what was going on, I got to see how money beliefs influence everyday...
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