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Dr. Rosenfarb Acupuncture Treatment Round 3 Results

I just wrapped up my third treatment session with Dr. Andy Rosenfarb and am holding strong in terms of the bench line gains I made after my first treatment in December. I always slide a little between treatments, but rebound after my five-day stint.  This time, though, there were two interesting developments:  My right side central […]

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Dr. Miller’s New Book on Healing Eyesight Free Today

I first met Dr. Damon Miller six years ago, when I traveled to California to meet him and start on his Better Eye Health Program — a home treatment program which includes eye exercises, acupressure, color lamp therapy, micro-current stimulation, stress management and a variety of vitamins and minerals. Dr. Miler, who is a board-certified MD, naturopath and […]

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My Latest Supplement Experiment: Astaxanthin and MSM Eye Drops

For the past month and a half, I’ve added a daily dose of  Astaxanthin to my supplement mix on the advice of Dr. Andy Rosenfarb. I’ve also been dousing my eyes twice a day with the MSM eye drops he supplied me with the hopes that between the two, they will help my central core […]

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RP-Free Moments from All of You

I’ve loved reading these ENJOYING LIFE posts from all of you. It’s inspiring and such a reminder to embrace the moment and Live Life.  If any of you are looking for some great ideas for bringing joy to your weekend, read the lists and posts below. Erin from Texas: Playing outside in the water with […]

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My RP-Free Week & Aha Moments

I spent last week focusing on my daily life and all the things I can do and enjoy. And it turns out that it’s almost everything I could do when I had “normal eyesight.”  It made me realize something powerful: that despite my low vision and the occasional challenges it poses, it doesn’t keep me […]

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Taking a Break from RP

I love hiking and nature. So for Mother’s Day, I told my husband and two daughters that I wanted to head to Discovery Park—a huge wildlife park in Seattle that features a variety of hiking trails, including one that takes hikers down to the beach and to a very cool, old lighthouse. My daughters ran […]

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Saying NO to Cyber Bullies and Attacks

I hate conflict—and hate putting any negative energy into the Universe. So I usually just ignore it when people send ugly emails or comments. But recently I’ve had two people—one an acupuncturist, the other hiding behind a gmail address—leave attacking notes re: Dr. Andy Rosenfarb. Here’s what I want to say LOUD and CLEAR: This […]

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The Battle Against Inflammation

My new friend, Joseph, turned me on to this website. It’s called Deflame, and it’s packed with great information about the dangers of inflammation and ways to reduce inflammation in your body. I know it’s hard to break eating habits and revamp diets. Believe me, I know. But there is so much research now about […]

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Going it Together

The coolest, most unexpected part of my eyesight healing quest has been connecting with other people struggling with Retinitis Pigmentosa who — like me — refuse to take “no hope” for an answer.  And they all come with incredible family members who are equally determined to ensure that their loved ones  continue to SEE the […]

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Acupuncture Treatment Round 2 – Baseline Test Results

I’m back in Westfield, New Jersey, for my second treatment session with Dr. Rosensfarb.  In the three months since my first treatment visit,  I don’t feel like I’ve had much of a chance to breathe. My schedule has been crazy because of  the nationwide launch of my memoir, Hippie Boy, which in turn has led to […]

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