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This is a very personal subject for me. My sister suffered with Bipolar disorder and Schizophrenia for most of her life. My family and I recognized her struggles when she was in junior high school. Her mood swings were severe and she was almost impossible to relate to or communicate with in a rational way. I became very distanced from her. I was the bubbly, outgoing type and I just couldn't understand her depression and sadness. And sometimes she could be very mean, and that shook me because she was really a very kind person at heart. During this time it never occurred to my parents to take her to a doctor for a diagnosis of a mental illness. They just thought it was a phase and she'd outgrow it. Things escalated in her high school years and finally, when she was a senior, she was diagnosed with the 2 mental illnesses I spoke of above. Problem was, she was 18 and she wouldn't go on the medication. She was sure it would harm her. So she spent her life in and out of depression and unfathomable agony. Her life seemed joyless and this affected me greatly. This story ends sadly; last year my sister passed away. Her paranoia kept her from ever going to a doctor and her body just wore itself out from untold sickness that was never diagnosed. – I have so much knowledge now about Essential Oils and how many ways they can heal our bodies and minds. It's a true shame that I was never able to reach her with all of this. I can, however, tell you about some oils that can work alongside medications to help with people's symptoms 661-467-2407
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