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Advice for Now or Next Time

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Advice for Now or Next Time:

Start taking vitamins and improving your moods and temperament now.

With the help of your supplements,

try to be more aware of your reactions and behaviors with all those you encounter. Notice before, notice after starting supplements.

You may be surprised.

If you are taking sufficient amounts for your chemical needs, you might start to see a less reactive individual. Less anger, fewer irritations, less friction means less love lost between people.

With practice and continued use of supplements,

you can become the better person (not perfect, but better) that you have always wished you could be.

  • Hate when you snap at your kids ?
  • Crab and criticize your husband or wife... ?
  • These are the very underlying reasons for divorce.

Two people who still want to stay together

could both start taking supplements - and I don't mean just a tiny one-a-day type multiple vitamin - but those with higher amounts of all B vitamins. Hint: Bromelain - made from pineapple - can help if vitamins cause burping or tummy upset :)

Or if it's too late to save a relationship

start now to prepare yourself so you will be ready for the next one.

You might find a different kind of person this time because you might be different :)

 

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