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"Good health is your most precious asset."

Diana Mossop

Testimonial by Sonya Q

The testimonial below has been edited to remove any personal information (unless authorised by the individual) but the names and testimonial shown are real unless the individual has chosen to be anonymous.



Name: Sonya Q

Added: Feb 23 2012 12:00AM


I feel awful that it has taken so long to do but I really wanted to let you know how much I appreciate all your help with my daughter, J???.

Right from when she was a baby she had never slept well and she grew into a lively child who still didn't seem to need a lot of Sleep and who had the energy to just keep going and going. This in itself wasn't so much of a problem but was extremely exhausting for the people caring for her.

Things suddenly became worse when she started to become violent towards myself, my husband, my parents and other children. Life became a constant struggle with her. We always seemed to be disciplining her. I dreaded taking her anywhere with me -especially the supermarket My father commented that it seemed like she was possessed by the devil and really didn't want her in his house anymore. I was fed up with receiving complaints about her from the nursery. I really felt that I had failed as a parent.

The day we came to see you has changed our lives. Right from taking the first Flower Formulas she became a different child. She has calmed right down, become more obedient and she even sleeps around ten hours at night, something she had never done previously. The teachers at the nursery even commented at how different she is and what a pleasure it is to have her in the class now.

I can't thank you enough, Diana, and don't hesitate to sing your praises to anyone who will listen.

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