For many people who have medical conditions, there are few things they dislike more than taking prescriptions. Whether it’s the nasty side effects, the risk of dependency, or just a desire to rely on more natural remedies, there are plenty of sound reasons to shy away from Western medicine. And one common alternative that many people turn to is traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). But what is TCM? Is it a safe option, and what do you need to know if you’re considering TCM to correct what ails you?
I lived through the financial crisis of 2008-2009, but that was mild compared to the travails of my parents, who endured the Great Depression and World War II. My mom had it the worst, growing up in Germany under Hitler.
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I started learning about money more than 10 years ago because I didn’t understand it and kept losing and trying to play catch up in the game of money. The process of learning about money started with reading the following books:
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