Mast Cell 360 Hugs with Our Words Project for people with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance
When I was really sick with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance, I felt alone much of the time.
This was when I started a spiritual practice daily to try to send people “hugs with my eyes”.
I make eye contact and say something pleasant to the people I see throughout my day – the mail carrier, the cashier, people out walking, etc.
My intent is to send compassion and create a brief moment of connection. And maybe brighten someone’s day. I really find this practice nourishing for my soul as well.
It helped me get through those difficult days to show someone some kindness. And I continue this practice today.
But I’ve noticed it’s been much harder this year. Neighbors don’t stop to say hi as much. Delivery people don’t make as much eye contact.
I had a package delivery a couple days ago. I was outside. And the delivery guy walked up my driveway. So, I looked at him and said hi. I was working on my spiritual practice of sending a hug with my eyes.
He stretched his arm out to hand me a small but heavy box. He awkwardly handed it to me while trying to stay as far away as possible.
I know he was doing his best amidst everything we’re dealing with this year.
But because of the awkward reach, I almost dropped the box. I’m still not sure if he was protecting me or was worried for himself – probably both.
It felt kind of empty, though. And a little sad. It wasn’t really a “hug with my eyes” kind of exchange.
It got me thinking, too, about just how it feels in many ways, we’re more disconnected than ever this year.
This got me thinking about you, dealing with your Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance. And on top of it, during THIS crazy, weird year.
So, I thought, how can I help foster more love and connection in this strange, odd year where people feel so disconnected?
I had an idea that we can involve our whole community.
Because our community is more powerful than me alone!
How can we all help brighten the days of others with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance?
We can’t really send hugs with our eyes. But what if we sent hugs with our words?
Here’s how it works…
The Mast Cell 360 Hugs with Our Words Project
Just go down to the comment section below and post something positive for someone dealing with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance
Let’s each post 1 encouraging comment for people in our Mast Cell 360 community suffering with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance who need a pick-me-up.
Here are some ideas:
To you with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome or Histamine Intolerance – I’m sending you a big hug today!
To everyone having a hard day today – I’m holding you in my thoughts and heart.
When you read this, know that I’m sending you lots of compassion today!
You can post anything positive you want!
Let’s get as many loving messages up there as we can! I can’t wait to read what you post! You can read mine below!
Thank you so much for being
a light in the world!
Big hugs and lots of love,
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- Getting Support and Keeping Hope Alive – for people with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and Histamine Intolerance
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Hi there, you with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, I wanted to tell you that you aren’t alone! And send you a big hug today. Keep remembering that your answers are out there. You can do this! 💗💗💗
Step by step, little by little. We are all in this together, friends, family, loved ones and MCAS/Histamine Intolerant friends! Share a virtual hug of warmth and good cheer, 2021 is near!
This is a journey to a better life. Small simple steps, with gratitude, DO make big changes, one day at a time. I have lyme, mold, anxiety tinnitus, and stress from dramatic life changes being a Mom, Wife, parent to an autistic child, executive, etc. Conventional docs patted me on the head. You are not alone. Love yourself. Follow your inner voice. Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Don’t take anything personally. Nothing others do is because of you.
Don’t make assumptions. Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Simply do your best. Your best is going to change from moment to moment; it will be different when you are healthy as opposed to sick. You can and will be in a better place. Many Xoxo’s.
May God keep you in His prayers. You can beat this and I give you a big hug!
To all with histamine intolerance and MCAS, I feel a sense of community, hope and have experienced success through this site. I have hope that all of us can heal and live life to the fullest!
To all of you suffering during the holidays, hang in there, it will get better. Sending you all my positive thoughts, love and hugs!
Hugs to you 🤗. Hope 2021 is a better year.
Hi beautiful people, I want you to know that even though we are separated right now by many factors , we ARE all in this together! Let’s keep the faith that we will all heal and that in doing so we can help others in future to do the same. Sending huge hugs out to you all from Australia. You are not alone. I see you, I hear you, and I care. 💖🤗
Thanks for all you do for us!
To the kindest doctor with the biggest heart:
This post was so needed and made me tear up. Thank you. We’re under quarantine as our son came home from university and tested positive for CoVID, so Christmas is a write-off. C’est la vie! Here is a quote that I love from Pema Chödrön — “You are the sky. Everything else – it’s just the weather.” Best holiday wishes to the whole MCAS community. Hang in there.
Wishing your son a speedy recovery!
Please be easy on yourself. You’re doing the best you can.
I’ve looked for all the positives this strange year – there are many and I thank Beth in particular for pointing me in so many right directions (her webinars in particular and Gupta program being just a couple). Gratitude is a big hug in a thought. I send this to all who are struggling or searching. We can definitely do this.
Sending hugs and hope to all today’! You are loved!❤️
Just a little PS…. I wrote this for my Xmas cards this year having re-engaged with joy in living in Nature….
This year there were bugs back on our windscreens, the sun shone for days on delicious days, we all found ourselves having a re-think and my beloved curlews were back in seemingly unprecedented numbers. Their explosive, thrilling cries filling the skies once more.. pockets of hope in an otherwise weird year. All good wishes for the coming year
There’s a curlew out there for everyone. Just go looking.😍🥰🤗 xx
Sending my love to everyone with MCAS. I know it can be really hard but I also know we can do really hard things and come out stronger than before. Happy Holidays to you all ❤️🎄
“My flesh and my heart faileth: but GOD is the strength of my heart, and my portion for ever.” Ps. 73:26
“…and in the NIGHT his SONG shall be with me.” Ps. 42:8
Sending a “hug-song” and a bit of nature to each of you today that are struggling also!
God is my “treasure”, and if you’d like Him to be your “treasure” also, message me. 🙂 God bless each of you during this difficult time!
Hi everyone with Mast Cell Activation Syndrome!
I am sending you light. Hang in there!
You are a beautiful radiant soul full of so much love and light. The Universe always has your back and you are always loved and supported xoxo
Sending hugs to everyone out there. Hope you have a better day than yesterday.
With limited opportunity for a definitive diagnosis or conventionally sanctioned treatment, I’ve been validated, educated, and empowered by the heartfelt and passionate intensity of the MCAS community.
For this I give thanks and appreciation. In this most precious season, may we enjoy warm blessings and continued strength. 💗
To everyone out there who is suffering with MCAS, histamine intolerance, or really any health issues that keep you from living your best life… PLEASE remember that healing is possible! YOU CAN DO THIS! It just takes one little step each day… and some days seem like you are moving backwards not fowards, but that’s okay! It truly doesn’t matter how long it takes, as long as you KEEP GOING. Never give up, never settle. In the darkest days remember that “this too shall pass” and tomorrow WILL be better. I’m not there yet, I’m not yet living my “best life”… but I’m getting closer and that gives me the strength and courage to keep going. So during this holiday season, I wish you lots of strength, courage, and above all else peace. <3
Life is hard. Be kind to yourself and others.
We will get through this and we will have learned something about ourselves and others in the process. That’s valuable.
Thank you for your insight. I just figured this out on my own with out my Dr.s help. I follow you and am thankful. Happy Holidays.
To all suffering with MCAS I am sending a big hug and hopes for a wonderful healing New Year ahead. ❤️⭐️❤️⭐️
My thoughts are with all of you at this crazy, busy time of year. Acknowledge how we feel and PROCEED with each day. Tomorrow could be the best day in your life!
Beth, you are the sweetest! Here it goes:
Sending all the MCAS community a big hug. You are strong, you are resilient, you are worthy, you can do this, you are surrounded by a community that cares about you, I care about YOU! All the best in this holiday season. Love, Magaly 🙂
Thank you so much Beth for your kind and compassionate heart. Hugs back to you, to your staff, and to all my fellow MCAS comrades. May we find joy and peace in the midst of our challenges!
Warm Hugs and Agape to all. Hang in there on the challenging days. Faith. We do get better.
Pain can lead to bitterness or compassion and empathy….how beautiful that this group has chosen the latter! When health returns, this gift remains, to be shared with others to help them in their journey.
Keep trying and working to heal. Love yourself. Your answer is out there. You are AWESOME!
This is a great time of year for encouragement because there are reminders everywhere that Emmanuel, God With Us is here. The first thing the Angel’s said when announcing His birth was, “Fear not!” And our symptoms can be really, really frightening. And we can feel so alone. In all of my terrifying and baffling experiences with MCAS this year I have heard Him say again, “Fear not, I am with you.” So I share with you also the greatest gift, and the one that has been so comforting to me this year, Emmanuel is with you and He has come to bring you peace.
Love this <3
I hope all of your find peace and solutions to help all your Mast Cell/Histamine Intolerance symptoms. A big shout out to Beth for the class on supplements. I ordered the DAO and my symptoms improved tremendously! Thanks so much!!! Have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy 2021!
Hi Heidi. Your message spoke to me. I am having a setback and am really discouraged. Insomnia is my biggest problem and makes me feel so horrible. I feel like giving up but I am trying to take one tiny step at a time. Hope you are doing better. Sue
Thanks for sharing, Susan. Just want to encourage you to keep going and wish you all the best!
Sending everyone on this post very warm holiday wishes for a healthier and happier new year 🙏. Keep moving forward, one day at a time ❤️ We got this !
Best Wishes! I hope everyone is making progress. Thanks for letting me join this group. Blog and facebook lives are amazing. Happy Holidays!
I know it’s hard to live like this. The reality of that suffering is so hard. And there is so much still to celebrate: the little victories, the good days or hours, the connections and love in the air (even if not in person). Keep going! You are absolutely worth it and your body does want to heal. With love.
Hello, you with MCAS, I sent you all my love and compassion! We will get well!!!
God bless all of us!
Hi there everyone with mast cell..
Please remember to stay positive and know there is some great support and information out there for you! I also wanted to send this as a shout out of appreciation to those professionals like Dr Beth who work diligently everyday to help everyone going through this! The support forums on Social media are also a great way to receive information and support. These resources really help us to understand what is going on with our specific situation and figure out how to balance the body and get stronger. Sending all of us hugs and positive energy now!
You are not alone!
Treasure yourself. You have a resiliant and beautiful soul, each day you keep moving forward.
Remember every morning can bring joys despite the difficulties. Choose to find them. 🙂
Sending you all love, love, love. We can get through this together. My hand is in yours, my heart is holding you. You are beautiful.
Hi to MCAS Warriors! So many of our days can be harder than we ever expected, but always remember You are strong even when you think you’re not! and life is more beautiful with you in it!
Peace & Love to all my fellow MCAS Warriors.
Remember that you have made it through 100% of your worst days <3
Hello to all of my fellow friends. This is a challenging time when we already feel isolated so here is some warm wishes to you for peace and endurance to help you know we are not alone, we have one another to let us know we are strong and worth every ounce of time and energy we dedicate to doing whatever we need for our health, emotionally and physically. We got this fellow warriors.
Sending big hugs and healthy, healing vibes to all my fellow MCAS and histamine intolerant friends. Stay focused on keeping a safe, calm healing environment for yourself through this busy season and into the new year—it’s the most important gift!
That’s a relevant advice to me personally and it was very challenging to do so. But the waves are calming down again.
Sending extra merry hugs and lots of good wishes for a happier holiday ❤️
I’m sending love, hugs and positive energy to everyone here for a very happy new year filled with health and prosperity! We are blessed with all the things that we can do and eat. Keep your faith that things will get better!
Things will get better…keep the faith and share the ❤️
I have a very inspirational soap dish in the bathroom that says, “One day you will look back on days like this and be glad you didn’t give up.” Every night when I wash my face, I read that soap dish and I am reminded that tomorrow is another day closer to healing. Don’t give up dear friends. You are so loved!
Sending peace, love and healing vibes to all my fellow friends with MCAS and histamine intolerance.
Know that life is FOR you. The Universe is conspiring for you. All benevolent energies and forces are for you and with you.
You will be delivered exactly where you need to be to live your best life and fulfill your mission here on this Earthly plane for the highest good of yourself and for others.
We are all amazing, beautiful beings of light and love 💗 Blessings and joy this holiday season!
❤Thank you for that!
May you all have healing and peace this holiday season and beyond.
Sending peace, love and healing vibes to all my fellow friends with MCAS and histamine intolerance.
Know that life is FOR you. The Universe is conspiring for you. All benevolent energies and forces are for you and with you.
You will be delivered exactly where you need to be to live your best life and fulfill your mission here on this Earthly plane for the highest good of yourself and others.
We are all amazing, beautiful beings of light and love 💗 Blessings and joy this holiday season!
Sending love, light and word hugs from a systemic mastocytosis compatriot.
Remember – knowledge is power, and everyday you can take what you’ve learned so far to work with your mast cells in the best way available to you now. Stay well and be your healthy, wonderful, wise self.
Hi! I’m sending you all love and light and peace and joy. I’m just hoping that you find a way to laugh. To really laugh really hard well not too hard LOL it might bother some people. But to find some joy, some lightheartedness, some laughter. That’s my prayer for everybody. I love you all and I’m sending you love. Thanks Beth for suggesting this.
If, like me, you live alone managing pain and fatigue by yourself, I am sending you a gentle, comforting hug:) Please know you are not alone. It can be challenging, but it will be so worth it once you get to the other side! So, keep up the journey and you’ll make it! The loving force of the Universe conspires to help you succeed. Even if you feel sometimes that you aren’t getting anywhere, know that you are. Every step of the journey is the journey. Blessings of strength, peace, joy and comfort to all! XO
Hi want to send out love and hugs to everyone today and hope that are having a good day..health and happiness to you always..share the love
This is not your final form.
You are not alone in this.
to you, who like me, are awake during the long dark hours, know that you are not alone. I am sending you lots of love and hugs and know that we can beat this wakefulness in time, together,
wishing everyone deep sleep, fantastic digestion, perfect health and love love love
Sending lots of love and strength to you all. You are strong enough to overcome the health challenges you face. Keep moving forward one step at a time. Life is a journey. Your health challenges are on your way, not in your way.
Sending lots of love and strength to everyone. You are strong enough to overcome the health challenges you face. Keep moving forward one step at a time. Life is a journey. Your health challenges are on your way, not in your way.
When you’re frustrated and it feels like you’ve taken a step backwards, remember that we are always moving towards knowledge, light and health.
The following poem was my Christmas gift accompanied by seeds, sorry I can only send etheric ones here, but I trust you will find your own:
Release these seeds
For what you want or need
Upon the wings of Love
Always find a way to sprout
Blessed by those above
Even when we cannot see
All words take root with time
What you wish is what will be
By Nature’s Divine Design
Blessed Be, Dalmara
What a marvelous way to connect to a community of mast cell warriors. Thank you to Beth and her team for being our fearless leader.
May God have mercy on each of you, and bless you with good health in this coming New Year.
This may be my first ever comment anywhere. Thanks so much to Beth and the Mastcell360 team for your generosity in sharing about healing with MCAS. I have seen more improvement in my health in the last 4 months than in the previous 35 years and am grateful beyond words.
May God give you grace, love and healing in the new year in your journey in restoring your health and life!
Stay focused on your personal journey; knowledge is powerful in your quest for better health! Validate your mind with professionals who are accredited! Life changing! I am thankful for all those who have a part in my health!
Sending LOVE, HUGS and PEACE to you as you start a NEW YEAR!
And may GOD BLESS each and everyone who is dealing with health issues; giving us HOPE and STRENGTH to continue our journeys!
Here’s wishing a peaceful, healthier and healthier, community-supported 2021 to us all. I’m so grateful for the folks at Mast Cell 360 and for this community.
Everybody who reads this, give yourself a big, heartfelt hug from me! (And if you physically can, really do it. It feels great!)
Wishes for a New Year filled with hope and love for each one of you. Nothing is impossible and there is hope and healing even in the darkest moments. Even if you feel you are taking baby steps, you are still moving forward and you will get there.
Love and blessings.
Sending everyone lots of love and good energy. May 2021 bring healing and happiness. Happy New Year!
Wishing all of you a most amazing 2021, full of joy, peace, and wonderful adventures! May we get stronger and healthier!! Thank you, Beth, for providing this support forum. And thank you for your passion to help us heal and be creative in our mast cell life. Your generosity in sharing your knowledge and wisdom has helped me recover one tiny step at a time. And much gratitude to my fellow mast cellers for their guidance.
We are a village :). A fierce, mighty, resilient village!
thanks for this blog!
I haven’t felt that I belonged to any community for the last good 3 years. I’ve been struggling mostly alone with my traumas and the accompanying MCAS. During these times it became difficult for me to trust people and accept help from “strangers”. But, in the end, I became aware of the healing power of human connection. It’s hard to me, with so much pain in my heart, to show up without bitterness and say, “I want to connect with you. Today I am making some effort to giving bits of my attention to you. I allow myself for a moment to put aside my own burdens and let in what you wrote. I wish that you could find in yourself whatever moves you, big or small, painful or joyful, sad or nostalgic but something you can handle right now. Connect with that within yourself and I trust that it will bring into motion something in you, even if painful, that you’ll feel more alive. And if you don’t have space for that right now, hang on till you will.
Thank-you for having a place where we can relate. I’m a yogi and have learned to be content within my own self-care. I don’t expect others to understand. Even those that are caring people can’t know what the suffering can be like. It’s so good to share and be inspired by others that know what it’s like and are moving through their healing journey. It took a long time for me to find out what was really causing me so many issues. My triggers and their symptoms could be very acute and severe for me. It can be scary to not know what the problem is or how long it can go on.
I looked for all the beautiful and life giving things around me. Over years I found abundant life is all around me. Beautiful things just in the simple creation of my backyard. Tasting wonderful food. Even in our society and a lot of people that are reaching out for the best they know in life every day. It’s all around us. i just had to learn to look for it.
Much gratitude ..
Thank you so much, Steve, for sharing with us!
May all of us experience a soft open heart expanding with warmth, compassion, acceptance and understanding about the difficulties we all face. May we all have the presence of mind/body/spirit to notice, appreciate and fully receive all the natural beauty, support, healing and love that surrounds us!
Beautiful sentiment, Sara. Thank you so much for sharing.
I’m so thankful to have found you, Dr. O’Hara and MastCell360.com. I have been misdiagnosed and misunderstood for 20 years. My current functional medicine practitioner helped me identify the histamine issue but is still pretty clueless about mast cells. I have hope for the first time in a long time that there is something that can help me! Thanks so much for all your research and for helping the rest of us that have lacked answers for so long. Blessings to you!
Thank you so much for sharing, Teresa! Wishing you all the best!
This is an especially lonely holiday for me this year. Sigh.
I appreciate Beth and the MC360 team.
Wishing everyone a day filled with joy and love.
Sending you virtual hugs.
Keep the faith. Every day is an act of courage. Thank you Beth for being such a leader and authority on MCAS and mold. Your guidance and care is a miracle for us all. I have experienced progress very slowly but very steadily. I have gone from eating about ten foods to eating most items – as the mold has decreased. I have been ill for seven years. Thank you Mast Cell 365. Bless you all.
Thank you so much for sharing, Lucy! I’m so happy to hear of your progress!
I hear you. It took me 10 months (30 years plus 10 months) and I didn’t know what I was going to do. If it wasn’t for people like Beth and all of you on the FB boards, I would not have made it to NY to see Dr. Afrin for my diagnosis. It’s still a slow go, but I have good days too.
Thank you for sharing that! Community was so important to Beth when she was very ill, too. I’m glad you are making progress!
To the just diagnosed or undiagnosed, it will get better. Big hugs. My symptoms developed the same month our girls were sent home from school 3/2020. Imagine a disease that resembles COVID. Symptoms came hard and fast, triggered by stresses at my daughter’s school (who also has MCAS). At the time, there were 2-3 doctors diagnosing in my state, and the first appointment was 10 months away.
If it weren’t for the FB community and Beth, I don’t know what I would have done. By the time I got a diagnosis (consensus 2, but now consensus 1), I was managing.
I’ve been on strong opiods for 15 years for the pain from this condition. As I adjusted my diet and started on the right supplements and meds, the pain started to fall away (true story!). I am 9 days detox from all opioids. Hardest thing I’ve ever done. But….. I was allergic to them! I spent the first 3 days in the hospital on a saline/salt drip (thank GOD my husband called 911).
I’m rambling…. what I want to say is if I can do what I’ve done, YOU CAN TOO. When all hope seems lost, I use mindfulness that I learned with my daughter during DBT (bi-polar).
It’s weird how friends disappear, but you will find new ones. Ones that know you and appreciate you now. And if you don’t, find me. And again, thank you Beth. My COVID “to-go” bag consisted of every thing you wrote in the first article. And I felt safe because of it. Love all.
Thank you! Sending you big hugs!
Beautiful. Now I’m crying, LOL, and stress is my biggest trigger 🙂
Awww thanks for reaching out. I hope you found something here that gave you a needed boost! Wishing you all the best!
Big problems….simple solutions! That has been my repeated lesson, again and again, on my health journey with lyme and mast cell activation syndrome related to it. If I could beat major things before, with simple things, then I can beat this too! And so can we all! Sometimes when it felt as if the dark would swallow me up and there was no hope for my health progress, that is exactly when the hope came, within a matter of days! This happened several times in my health journey! There is always hope, and again, wherever the problems may be big, the solution is usually simple! All the best and much luck and blessing on the journey! And thank you Beth for your kindness and sharing the light with us all! Good soul, much appreciation! 🙂
Thank you for sharing this reminder about hope!
At the age of 34 I took an overdose, I didnt want to wake up, I didnt know I had MCAS, fibromyalgia, chronic lyme. I am now in less pain through supplementation l, I have joined a community choir, mindfulness group and I now jive my little legs off whener I can life gets better or at least takes a different tack. Anyone struggling, please accept a hug from me and read Spike Milligans poem Smile. Love to you all. Xx
Hi Sarah, Thanks so much for sharing some of your story! We are glad you are here today! – Jamie, MC360
I would like to share the following saying which I stumbled on this week: “I have no obligation to make sense to you”. If you are having a hard time explaining your symptoms, sensations, feelings, therapies etc. to someone who does not have MCAS and they think you’re weird or are doing weird stuff to get your health back, just think of this sentence. It has already helped me a lot. Sending you all many hugs!
Hi Katharina, Thank you so much for sharing this important reminder with our community!
Never forget that you are loved. No matter what you feel like in a give moment, you are loved.
Preparing for holidays for folks like us – guests coming or traveling or both! — is taxing. It is hard. Give yourself some extra space. You can do this! Take one little step at a time. Just one foot in front of the other. Remember you are no alone and we have each others’ backs.
Be kind to yourself even if others (including family) may not be. We with MCAS/HI are all “family” and we all understand each other. Remember that you are not alone in this. Wishing you a calm and soothing holiday season while you prioritize your health needs over other’s preferences and judgments. I’m doing the same. Big hugs!! 😉
For anyone who is suffering alone, I see you and I’m sending hugs. ❤️❤️❤️
Just like everything in life goes back up after going down (stocks, temperatures, you name it), if you are experiencing a low, things will be getting better. Trusting that when everything seemed more than hopeless has helped me through a lot and looking back on it, it came true every time. I also noticed that trying to build better sleep, walking, getting day light, eating things that our grandparents would recognize and doing any kind of relaxation can help take the edge off and help support a very slow and steady improvement over the years. Please know that you are not alone and that you are a darned superhero for doing what you do every day.
Just a warm and loving hug to all who have to deal with MCAS everyday <3 It might be slow, but I firmly believe that we will all get better over time. I wish you a joyous holiday season and a great start in 2023!
I am here to give a big hug. If you are feeling alone, come here for support because you are not alone. And answers are now coming to us all.
Give yourself time and be kind to yourself.
Remember that your greatest contribution is not what you do for others, but who you are – mind, body, and spirit. Take it easy on yourself. We all emit a frequency. High frequency living comes when we let go of the pain of the past, forgive, and love ourselves, God, and others. This frequency is our contribution. One day at a time, elevate and heal yourself by letting go of all that impedes you. Let nothing steal your calm or rob your joy. You are greater than what ails you. You are loved by the Creator! You are infinitely valuable. Be at peace with yourself today. HUGS!!!
A big HUGE hug to all us MCAS warriors. Keep on keeping on one day at a time! We are survivors and we have each other to get through this battle called life. Better times are ahead. Never give up hope! Happy Holidays you wonderful people! Kisses 💕
I am just starting my journey of healing from mold toxicity and mast cell activation. Still trying to find my way to a knowledgeable practice, and out of my home awaiting remediation which is very stressful. Can only eat about 10 foods now so holidays are very hard. But reading hugs from all you wonderful people is encouraging so I hope to get better someday. Big thank you to the mast cell community!
Hi Theresa! Welcome to the community! Keep taking it one day at a time.
I am so very grateful to have found Dr. Beth and this community. Suffering from a myriad of health issues caused by a rather severe aspergillus gliotoxin toxicity, but hopefully I am into the thick of it and detoxing as I should. If anyone out there is just finding out they have mold issues or other health issues, please know that there is help and there is hope! I went 17 years undiagnosed before finding a functional doctor who would listen and dig deep. If you are here listening to great information from those who truly know like Dr. Beth, then that is a huge start! Keep the faith! Give yourself grace for each new day of your journey.
Hi Natalie, Thanks so much for sharing your kind words and hope. While Beth does have a doctorate in naturopathy she is not a licensed medical provider and prefers that you just call her Beth.