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Do I have to suffer silently to respect the self-destructive choices of others?

Do I have to suffer silently to respect the self-destructive choices of others?
I've suffered greatly when people I've cared about deeply, have chosen self-destructive habits. As far as I have been able to trace this back, it began before I was old enough to really know what was happening. My dear Dad chose to refuse the good advice of his doctor to lower his dangerously high cholesterol by eating less meat. A year later, that choice killed him. The grief & terror of losing such an important person while I was still dependent continues to vibrate within my roots. It was a fundamental influence when I had a child of my own, part of my motivation to go vegan. Thankfully, my hubby felt/feels similarly. So we changed our diet, resolved all the health issues that w...
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Sean Carney
We certainly were fearfully and wonderfully made; created for excellence and our choices derail us all too often. It is so sad se... Read More
Thursday, 15 May 2014 22:40
Ken Thomas
Thank you Deborah. This as well as your other posts really strikes a chord with me. Over the years, I have come to realize that ... Read More
Saturday, 17 May 2014 10:50
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