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Hello and how was your week? It snows about once a year here in Western Tennessee, which is Goldilocks “Just Right” for us. We love four seasons! Funny, but earlier this week I had stumbled on an amazing ice-skating video and story to share with you. Like a self-fulfilling prophecy, along came our big ice storm so that if you’d like, you could come over and skate in our back yard!

Yvonne was an Ice Capades star who was introduced to skating when her father needed a way to de-stress from his job back in the 1930’s. It became a family hobby and she skated professionally and competed until her late 80’s! Then a serious stroke was followed by a bad accident. Her doctors said her skating days were over … but just watch! Her message on fun, optimism and acce pting life as it comes is well worth the few minutes it takes to watch.

Click HERE or on the photo below to watch this well-done National Geographic video. It made me laugh and cry. In the best kind of way that makes you want to share :0)

My article is a little bit out of the box today and comes from a psychologist’s newsletter that I get once a month and really learn from. I’ve been a student of human and family communications my entire life. (I graduated from BYU with a degree in family relations in 1976). Healthy, quality communication is a critical part of good health and stress management. Especially with family communication, but really, with everyone that makes our worlds go ’round.

This tip is so unusual that it will seem odd … So read on as she explains why it works. I’ve been using it since receiving it at Thanksgiving time, and it does, indeed, really improve how you listen, respond and enjoy the people in your life. Her once-a-month newsletter is well worth signing up for too at the link I’ve provided.

Please enjoy today’s newsletter, and if you’re in the middle of this cold and ice snap like we are — stay warm and safe! And keep on drinking the tea to avoid the epidemic of nasty flu and colds!


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My sister Susan in Texas shares the tea with many people, both individuals and health professionals.

She says she learned the following tip from me, but I don’t remember it at all … Susan says:

To immediately make the tea stronger: Heat only 2 cups of water to a boil. Add the 2 tea bags and let it sit for 2 hours.

After that first two hours, add ANOTHER 2 cups of hot boiling water. In a way, it is “double-steeping” and will make the tea darker and richer to start out with.

Susan says some of her people go one step fu rther: Start, once again, with the 2 cups. Then 2 hours later, bring that original 2 cups of concentrate NEARLY to a boil on the stove, just as if you were warming it to drink. At the same time, in another pot bring an additional 2 cups of water to a boil.

Put them together (the 2 cups of boiling water and the two cups of hot concentrate) and watch it get even darker and richer!

Isn’t that cool? How can it be ten years later and I’m still learning!?

Then Susan shared this story with me about her friend, Linda. As a reminder, the tea is TERRIFIC for wounds, hemorrhoids, cold sores, rashes … anything that you want to heal! Just strap on used tea bags, or cotton balls soaked in concentrate any way you can for as long as you can — even overnight if possible.

Linda says:

I learned that the tea as explained would help my digestion and aid my weight loss effort. In preparation for my 65th birthday I lost 65 lbs in a year on a restricted calorie regimen including 1/3 cup of My Miracle Tea twice a day.

Today was my first Medicare physical and all fasting lab results were remarkably better than last year’s. In fact, my glucose fasting was so low that my doc said, “You will never have diabetes in your lifetime.”

Once I ran out and was so miserably constipated that I have been delighted to be on the one month autoship program.

Also, maybe TMI but using the tea bag applied topically for hemorrhoid pain relief really works!


Repeat After Me from

Tina works with families to communicate better and mend difficult fences. (Ahem … that’s all of us LOL.) Perhaps that’s why the very well done family/TV drama “This Is Us” has become so popular. I know Bob and I are big-time hooked, and find so much of real life in it., etc.

Tina says:

The relationship skill I want to share with you this month is easy to understand and use. But don’t be fooled by its simplicity; it’s one of the most powerful rapport-builders you can have in your toolkit.

Whether you have something to sell or just want to show someone you’re on their side, repetition is a skill that will help you with your goal.

Here’s how it works. Repeat a word or two that someone just said.
That’s all there is to it.

They: I was hoping Marty would write the proposal and you could handle the pitch.

You: The pitch.

Simple repetition may feel weird and blatant to you, but it’s virtually invisible on the receiving end. It’s as though you’re inside the other person’s head with them. Repetition acts like a prompt that encourages the speaker to expand on what they just said.


They: I was hoping Marty would write the proposal and you could handle the pitch.

You: The pitch.

They: Yes, you’re so much better in front of people than Marty is. But if you already have too much on your plate then I can ask Sheila to do it.

See? You get more information, and possibly more options, by drawing out their thought process. And repetition is all it takes.

Let’s look at another example:

You: Let’s invite Hans and Pinky to dinner on Friday.

They: I don’t think so. You know how Pinky is.

You: How Pinky is.

They: It makes me sick how critical she can be.

You: Critical.

They: Last time we saw them, the first thing she said was, “You’ve got a stain on your shirt.” I don’t need that kind of energy.

It might seem like there should be a question mark around your responses: “How Pinky is?” and “Critical?”

But that’s only because it feels awkward to you, to just repeat what you’re hearing. Man reflecting himself

Pure repetition, while it may seem a screamingly odd thing to do, is surprisingly invisible to the other person.

They’re usually caught up in their own thoughts and feelings and won’t even notice what you’re doing.
When you thoughtfully feed another person’s words back to them, they experience you as sympathetic and trustworthy. Almost like an imaginary friend.

Turning their words into questions might feel better to you. But beware: Questions may be more noticeable to the other person, who might start to feel interrogated or disbelieved. Not good for building bridges.

Remember that simple repetition is invisible to most speakers.

Back to Carolyn: So there you have it! Don’t take my word for it. Try it and see for yourself. And do have a great week!

Carolyn Allen is the mother of 5 children and grandmother to 11 (so far!). She and her husband, Bob, have been helping people feel and look better for years with My Miracle Tea. Read More
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