Heal Something Good – A Comprehensive Guide to Healing


You probably found this website because you’re someone who’s been sick for a long time or you were recently diagnosed with something that has a scary name. Perfect. I’m glad you’re here.

The contents of this website constitutes the second revision of Heal Something Good. Much of the content remains the same. There are several more charts as well as new information regarding diet. As much as I can, I’ve put everything I know about physical, emotional, and mental healing as well as the mind/body connection.

The first version of this book is available for purchase (You can buy it here and here.) and it looks like this:

First things first: Being ill is not a failure. Repeat as necessary.

This can be overwhelming. If you’re trying to learn more about what’s not working in your body and make big changes, it can be too much, especially if you try to do it all at the same time. You could be looking over these pages and be thinking, This is too hard and there’s too much to remember.

When you feel impatient because things aren’t happening fast enough, remember these tips:

1. It takes about 90 days for your body to believe you when you start changing things. Mark it on your calendar if you need to, but try to keep encouraging yourself on your journey.

2. Small changes stick more often than huge ones.

3. Keep the non-positive broken records out of your brain if you can. You can do this.

4. Check the Allover Body Checklist for ideas on where you can take your next steps.

Please keep this in mind: Every single step you take towards wellness counts, no matter how small. It all adds up. Pick one small thing to change at a time.

You haven’t wasted any time. You aren’t late. It’s never too late. This is the perfect time. You can’t do it wrong and there is nothing fundamentally wrong with you. You are perfectly and uniquely flawed just like everyone else on the planet and you’re right on time for this part of your journey. (Also, don’t underestimate the power of throwing something against the wall to get out some frustration every now and again.)

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