Medical freedom is eroding. Food freedom is also at risk. Wishing for change isn’t enough. We need to roll up our sleeves and participate to turn things around. Elizabeth Murphy, medical and health freedom activist, today educates us about how to begin doing just that. She explains how to initiate change on an individual and governmental level. She describes for example how anyone can write a bill, run for office, and/or contact their legislator to get their voice heard. She also reminds us to take steps to create change in our own lives, by taking charge of our health and speaking up for our rights.
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Medical freedom is eroding. Food freedom is also at risk. Are you fired up about these issues but unsure about where to invest your energy? How can you channel your awareness into activism, especially where your food and health freedom are concerned? This is episode 348, and our guest is Elizabeth Murphy. She is a medical freedom advocate from East Tennessee.
She has a fire in her that translates into action. She educates us on how to get started and make a difference. She explains how anyone can write a bill, run for office, and get their voice heard. She also offers clarity about how to help create change in your own life by taking charge of your health, in that of your community by speaking up, and more.
When I connected with Elizabeth in Tennessee in October 2021, she was running for city council, and no, she didn’t win. I want to remind you that the Weston A Price Foundation is apolitical. That means we are not affiliated with nor do we promote a particular political party. What we do encourage is involvement, participation in the system, especially when our health and freedoms are at stake.
Speaking of which, we want to invite you to mark your calendar for Sunday, January 23rd, 2022, for the Defeat the Mandates March at 11:30 AM Eastern time. There’s going to be a March from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial, followed by a rally. Robert F Kennedy Jr, along with many others, will be addressing the crowd. People from a variety of ethnicities, political views, and vaccine status.
We are coming together to stand for freedom and march on Washington in peace. The discrimination against the unvaccinated is a particular concern, and it is an attack on the very fabric that makes us a free democratic society. For more information, go to DefeatTheMandatesDC.com to sign up and join us.
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Welcome to the show.
Thank you so much for having me, Hilda.
I’m here with Elizabeth Murphy in Tennessee for a show to talk to you about health and wellness, both your story and also activism. Why are you an activist? What does it mean? What are you advocating for? I understand, it all started when you nearly lost your finger in an accident, is that right?
It started a little before that. I did not recognize that I had vaccine injury until I was already way down the path of Western medicine intervention. Luckily, my dad, when I was about seven, stopped vaccinating us because he heard a radio program that listed what was all in the vaccines. He thought, “That doesn’t sound like something that needs to go in someone’s body.”
Unfortunately, I already had severe eczema. It started when I was about six months old and was treated with a steady diet of steroids and antibiotics for the flares that would come and the infections that would set in the open wounds. It was a mess. This went on from birth until I was about 22, and I was going to be a bridesmaid at a wedding. I wanted my skin to look good. I went to my dermatologist and she was like, “You are having a flare. Let’s do a steroid injection.” To me, that didn’t seem like a big deal. She didn’t make it seem like a big deal, so I said yes.
Vaccines can cause eczema. When you start going to all these alternative Facebook health groups, they have these same stories.
Within about 5 to 6 hours, I knew something was wrong to the point where my parents were on a beach vacation, and I called my mom, and I sounded so out of it on the phone that they packed up and came home that night. That one shot was the straw that broke the proverbial back. It completely destroyed me. My kidneys began to shut down. Below the knee, my legs doubled in size filled with fluid. I had severe lymphedema. I began to lose weight rapidly. My gut was already compromised because I had a horrible diet. I fell apart.
My eczema flared worse than ever. I was covered in it pretty much from my neck down. It never got on my face for some reason. Big open wounds to the point where if I turned my head, my neck would bleed. It was so fragile. I had left trails of skin wherever I went, half my hair fell out, mold began to grow in my ears. I lost about 60 pounds. I became a skeleton. I weighed nothing. I couldn’t retain food. My white blood cells were through the roof. My liver enzymes were off. Everything was bad. If you laid down, you could see the lymph nodes popping up all over my body.
I would never have thought that a steroid shot could lead to all that. How much time has elapsed by the time all these things are happening to you?
It’s all a blur. I have never sat down and looked through all of my records cohesively. I don’t even want to revisit it but I’ve got the shot. It would have been in May when I was about 22. From May until the next February, I was declining. I had to move back in with my family because I was in such pain all the time. I was impaired to the point where I didn’t feel competent enough to drive because my reaction time was so delayed.
My period stopped. It was a mess. I was seeing an immunologist, allergist, and gastrointestinalist. I was getting all these tests done and tons of blood. My white blood cell count was through the roof. They wanted to start me on low-dose chemo. It was naltrexone or something. We decided to say no to that but I was still taking tons of steroids. I had insomnia so severe that I was only sleeping 1 to 2 hours every night despite taking sleeping pills.
You were taking steroids but wasn’t the steroid shot that messed you up?
I didn’t ever understand. I never put it together. As silly as that sounds and I can see why parents, when they vaccinate their child, and these minor injuries happen, and they don’t see it. I was so much in the thick of it and that no one ever said it was the steroid. I don’t know how we didn’t put it together. I had never got another steroid shot but I was taking oral steroids.
The turning point came, I was in the room with my immunologist, and I straight up asked him, I was like, “Do you think I can get better?” He said, “No, you can’t get better. Lymphedema is irreversible. We still don’t know what’s going on. Eczema, we can’t heal that.” I thought, “I’m never coming back.” I haven’t seen a doctor since then except for the finger and everything.
When you said, “I’m never coming back,” I thought you were thinking, “I’m never going to get back to my health,” but you meant, “I’m never coming back to you.”
Luckily, I did have a health disposition to the point of Western medicine because my dad was anti-vaccine, and I was anti-vaccine even by that point. I still didn’t realize that my eczema was from the vaccines. I just knew the vaccines weren’t good. I left the immunologist’s office. I don’t remember the exact segue but I left there knowing I would never go back. I was done. If they didn’t think they could make me better, it had been 9, 10 months. I didn’t want to go back.
I began researching. This was when you could still google things and find real answers. I was like, “What causes eczema?” It came up vaccines can cause eczema. This was 2009 or 2010. I started joining all these alternative Facebook health groups. I didn’t become against all vaccines the way I am now until I was in these Facebook groups. I was seeing these families over and over again having these same stories because it was mainly young moms who were trying to heal their kids.
I learned so much from these groups but the turning point came as I was told I needed a root canal, and at this point, I was about two years in, and I had tried all these different herbs. I worked with some herbalists. It didn’t help. I worked with a naturopath. It didn’t help at all. A chiropractor told me to go be going vegan, which I did, and that was 100% the wrong choice. I was playing around with it. I didn’t know what I was doing. I had gone all organic. I had thrown out a lot of the chemicals but I was still using chemical lotions because my skin was still so horrible.
The swelling went down, and the lymphedema at this point was 50% reversed, and it continued to get better over the years. I still have a tiny bit but it did reverse. It’s hard to remember what I did because I was so sick that it was like, “Whatever we can do.” I was told I needed a root canal. I wanted to go home and research it because I was like, “I don’t think I want that.” That’s how I discovered Dr. Weston A Price.
I didn’t end up getting a root canal. I started oil pulling and doing lots of bone broth. I didn’t have a source for raw milk at this point but I started doing all the other things. I found a holistic dentist and went there. The root had healed, and all I needed was a cavity filled which now I’m like, “I could have healed that cavity. That was the turning point. Years later, I was in my kitchen.
That was another turning point in your life. You can talk to us about the finger but I see now that it was a bunch of stuff that was building up in you.
With the finger, that was my first real win because I was about 2, 3 years into healing. I had gotten somewhat better, especially once I started incorporating a lot of the Weston A Price stuff, I began to improve rapidly. My cognition improved. My period returned. My eczema got better. It still was there. The lymphedema had already reversed to a great deal. My vitality returned. I began to feel good.
I was in my kitchen, not practicing smart safety techniques, and did not unplug the immersion blender before trying to stick something. I accidentally decompressed the button, and I immersion blended my finger. It was not good. I went to the hospital, and they are stitching me up. At this point, I didn’t know that much about vaccines. I knew they were bad but I still had not done the deep dive that I would do years later but I knew I didn’t want the tetanus shot.
Sometimes you don’t take antibiotics. You can heal naturally and nourish yourself with protein and watch yourself heal beautifully.
The ER doctor tried to pressure me into it and told me, “I was going to get locked off.” He was quite rude to me while I was sitting there looking at my bone. I was like, “Please sew it up.” I also refuse to let him wash it out with soap. I was looking at the orange Dawn soap and thinking, “I don’t want that on my finger.” I let him stitch them up. I did take pain pills because I didn’t know about homeopathy yet.
Knowing what I know now, it would have been arnica, staphysagria, aconite or hypericum. I didn’t know that yet, but I knew I didn’t want the antibiotics because I had been working so hard for 2 to 3 years to heal my gut doing lots of ferments. I was like, “I can’t take the antibiotics.” My family was scared because they had seen me getting better, and they were getting there with me. There was still pressure there to do it but I didn’t do it.
I had never washed it with soap. I never put any of this antibiotic cream on it. I didn’t take the antibiotics. All I did was I kept it coated and raw honey and up my bone broth and my protein. It healed beautifully. The weird part is the first few years, it felt like I couldn’t feel the tip of it but the feeling has returned.
What did you say to your family and friends who were like, “Why aren’t you doing it this way? The way they are telling you to do it.” What did you say to that rude doctor?
I wish I could remember. I don’t think I said anything. I was like, “No.” No is enough a lot of the time.
Talk to us about the way in which you have not only taken a strong stance for your own health but you are trying to do it for others because you live for a time in West Virginia, where there’s no philosophical or medical exemption.
There is a medical exemption but at the point when I was living in West Virginia, which was 2014 to 2017, there were no doctors in that state who would write a medical exemption because they would be so horribly attacked by the county health department. All of the doctors who had been brave enough had moved out of state, and most of the parents who had been fighting classically because West Virginia has never had vaccine exemptions.
If you go to West Virginia, especially if you are in some of the rural counties, those children and the young adults are so sick. It is very sad. I worked for an oil and gas company as a genealogist. I was out in the field a good bit talking to families. It was just that. I was getting so frustrated that there was no one fighting.
These people were desperate. They were smart enough to recognize that their older children had been injured when they’ve got their kindergarten shots because most of these families, especially in the rural communities, wouldn’t vaccinate until it was time to send their kid to kindergarten because of access issues. They realized it but these families also did not feel competent enough to homeschool. There are no organized homeschooling co-ops.
People say, “They should homeschool.” It’s not that easy for a lot of people, especially if the parents themselves don’t have a high school education. It’s not always that simple. They would. There was one family in particular that had five children. The four oldest were girls, and the youngest was a boy, and each of the four older daughters had some epileptic issue like severe seizures.
The littlest boy was three years old when I met the family. He had no vaccines. The parents were adamant. They weren’t going to do it. They are going to figure out how to homeschool him. I hope they are homeschooling him. I don’t know what happened to the family but there are so many terrible stories once you start looking. It’s not an easy issue.
You saw this and you were like, “I’m going to get involved. I’m going to roll up my sleeves. I’m going to petition the powers and try to turn things around.” At least, there’s a philosophical or religious exemption.
There was an existing Facebook group from a group of awesome parents who had been fighting for years but they had mostly moved into Pennsylvania and other states where they could send their children to school. I posted in that group and I was like, “Let’s get something going who wants to start fighting.” Within five minutes, a vaccine-injured pharmacist, who you met when we were in DC, Chanda, messaged me.
We formed a new group, and it was through nothing I did. It was random Facebook connections and people knowing people. There was an amazing doctor named Alvin Moss, who is, to this day, one of my heroes. He’s a very smart guy. He was brave. He stepped up and joined our fight. We found some brave senators and delegates who agreed to help sponsor our bills. We fought hard for a few years, and we came very close in the spring of 2017.
We had our bill passed out of a couple of different committees. Dr. Suzanne Humphries flew in to testify at one point, which was awesome. Dell came up and helped us lobby. We were very close but unfortunately, our bill was also referenced to the Senate Health Committee. At the time, it was chaired by a heart surgeon named Dr. Tom Takubo. He came up to us and told us that he was not going to put our bill on his committee’s agenda, and that was it. By not putting the bill on the agenda for that committee, you kill the bill. It was because we had the votes to get it out of committee.
This is not the first time I have heard the story of citizens who overwhelmingly opposed something or advocating for something where the people in power don’t listen to them.
It happens in every state. Pharmaceutical interest groups, medical association lobbyists, hospital lobbyists, pharmacist lobbyists, I don’t want to say that these are bad people but these are people who are not fighting for anything that anyone reading this believes in. They are on the opposite side of the fence.
That’s why it takes courage. You said there were brave doctors and people who stood beside you. It takes courage also because I feel like people have these intellectual arguments or mantras that they say over and over again to support the validity and the efficacy of vaccinations, for example. It seems like it’s impossible to break through that wall of propaganda.
It’s more than the propaganda, at least to my belief. If the medical professionals were to step back and look intensely at the data, they would see what we see but it’s also the cognitive dissonance of knowing that they have harmed children. They have been taught a lie, accepting that you have been fooled. It’s very hard for us to recognize when we are wrong, especially when being wrong puts you in such a negative light in that sense. When you think about it, every pediatrician has killed children, and how do we expect them to get through that cognitive dissonance? I don’t know how to do it.
You almost passed that bill in West Virginia. It didn’t work out, and when did you move to Tennessee?
I moved to Tennessee later that spring in 2017. I didn’t intend to get involved in Tennessee politics. I figured Tennessee was safe. We had a religious and medical exemption. None of my friends who choose to not vaccinate their children have ever had any issues obtaining either. There was a senator on Knox County Center who introduced a bill to make raw milk herd share agreements illegal in Tennessee.
I love raw milk. I was like, “I wonder what is his thought process. He’s a Republican senator.” I didn’t know who it was at the time. I’ve got his cell phone number and called him. I was talking to him, and he didn’t know who I was. He had never heard my name before. I was trying to understand his thought process on making raw milk illegal. He’s like, “It’s not safe. Children can get E. coli,” and all the usual stuff. There had been an E. coli outbreak in Knox County but it was never officially traced to the farm but it had happened. The health department came down very hard on that farm. That’s a woman who I need to interview if ever I will be here again.
You can learn a lot from random Facebook connections and people knowing people.
In the course of that conversation I was having with the senator, he asked me where I was from. I mentioned I had moved back from West Virginia. West Virginia in 2016 had made raw milk legal. I was like, “I love this. I want this in my life. I don’t think it’s right to put a bunch of small farmers in Tennessee out of business for various reasons.” He said, “West Virginia, I love their mandatory vaccination policy.” Off the cuff, he said that. I was like, “I should get involved.” That was the start of getting involved in Tennessee politics.
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What would you say to someone who’s like, “I feel like you do, Elizabeth. I am for medical freedom and food freedom. I don’t know how to get started in influencing the laws in my state or my county?”
I have the answer. In July of 2020, there is a man in Franklin, Tennessee, named Gary Humble. He formed a group called Tennessee Stands because it was at that point that our governor had issued his Executive Orders. In Williamson County, where Gary lives, the school had a mass mandate. He stepped up and started organizing and fighting that, both in the courts and on the ground.
He and I got connected through some of the stuff I was doing against our mandates here in Knox County through our Knox County Board of Health, which is no longer an entity that has the ability to make mandates. We worked on that for eight months, so you can win fights. In the course of what was happening in Middle and East Tennessee, you know who’s doing what, and we met. I started volunteering with Tennessee Stands.
Tennessee Stands, in its last legislative session in the spring, ran three different amazing bills, and they did great. We’ve got one through. Tennessee Stands if you live in Tennessee and you are not sure where to get plugged in, go to TennesseeStand.org/subscribe and sign up for our email list. We send out action alerts.
We will help you get involved if there are any local groups that we know of. Here in Knox County, we have a little chapter here, and there’s a bunch of different information on the website for calls to action. Gary sent out great email updates that are RFKs email updates of like, “This is what you need to know what’s going on.” It’s the same thing but organized just for Tennessee. There’s that group.
If you start posting on Facebook and find the like-minded people that are here locally to you, join the crunchy groups in your area and start organizing. We also have the Stand for Tennessee PAC. If you are not sure how to get involved, where to get involved, or even where to give money into, the intent of forming this political action committee or this PAC is to help us fund candidates who are true Conservatives at the school board level, the county commission level, city council or everything like that. If we don’t start taking back these tiny little offices and working our way up, we are not going to get anywhere. Even though Tennessee is a Republican state, not all of the Republicans who are office holders are true Conservatives and fighters for freedom.
If you are not living in Tennessee, you could at least start by contacting maybe your local chapter leader to see what advocacy is happening for food, freedom, and health freedom because the Weston Price Foundation is not political per se but we do want people to be activists for what matters to them. That leads me to what I was going to ask you next. Do you see a parallel between the fights for food freedom like for raw milk and the fights for health freedom like our freedom to not get injected or follow a certain medical mandate?
I do in the sense that if you look at the people who want to take away your ability to make your own choices, whether it’s with what you eat or the medical choices that you make, they are coming from the same paradigm that the state has the right to tell the individual what to do with their own personal self. I’m not sure how anyone who claims to be Conservative or freedom-loving, liberty-minded can agree with that.
It doesn’t matter if you yourself don’t want to drink raw milk, you should fight for the rights of those who do. Anytime that an individual’s rights are taken away, even if you don’t like what that individual is doing. I’m for free speech for everybody. I don’t like what you are saying but I’m glad that you can say it, and I respect your right to say it because you have to respect my right to also say what I believe.
If we don’t say anything, as you said, when our rights are being encroached upon, then sooner or later, it is going to hit home with some right that we are like, “I knew you were doing that but I didn’t think you were doing this.” Some people might say to someone like you, who’s an activist for, let’s say, let’s stick with the raw milk issue. They might say, “You are not looking at the data. You are some backwoods girl who thinks it’s fine to do these things but we think the data shows that you are putting kids’ health at risk.” How do you respond to people who accuse you of things or slander you have something that’s not true?
I don’t respond to any of those things. If we are having a conversation and I’m sitting in a senator’s office and he says that, then I will respond but if it’s like an attack on Facebook, I’m running for city council in Knoxville or if it’s an over the attack from anyone, I don’t even give it air. I don’t need to prove what I believe is right to you unless you are in an office of power, and I’m trying to see you and see my line of things.
We are never going to convince anyone of the dangers through data. I, 100%, don’t think that anyone who believes strongly one way is going to be able to look at what we see so clearly as truth, whether it is on paper as true. They are not going to be able to see that, and that has never been more apparent than in these last few months. The data is there, and they are still clinging to the narrative. It’s a complicated answer. I don’t know how to get through to these people.
Taking fluoride out of municipal water supplies is needed. It’s a matter of intuition. Why do they have fluoride in our municipal water supplies? Why are they trying to calcify our pineal gland? Why are they trying to make us not see? I don’t think anyone should have their children in public school. Public schools are these little boot camps to take the most brilliant children. The most brilliant of children are the children who have ADHD that’s not caused by food issues.
If you have a child whose brain is moving rapidly, they have tons of energy and are forced to sit at a desk, staring at a board, and have some arbitrary figure tell them what to learn, that is how we create the mess that we are in now. One of the things that I’m so happy about with COVID is how we have had this wide demographic who would never have homeschooled, but now they are homeschooling.
They are realizing how amazing it is and how much happier their children are, they can control and know what their children are being taught. We as Americans have been so hands-off of both our children’s education and legislative process for so long. I never even registered to vote until I was nearly 30. I was in West Virginia going to the State Capital. I lived a block away, so I could walk there very quickly, and I wouldn’t have been there as often if not for that but I learned so much on the ground.
I never learned in high school or college how the process of getting a bill sponsored works, and it’s not this arbitrary thing. Anyone can write a bill, and you should be able to go to your legislator and say, “This is an issue that is affecting me, your constituent. Can you look this over and see if this is something you would sponsor?” It’s not hard to do but no one does it.
We don’t need to prove what we believe is right to someone. We are never going to convince anyone of the dangerous through data.
I was in Nashville for our special session for two days. It’s a process that goes quickly. Nobody understands how it works. Tennessee Stands did a great job of getting information out there almost hour by hour at times about what was happening because they moved so quickly. If you don’t show up and start learning, there’s no handbook. There’s no one that’s going to do it for you. It’s going to have to be you. We need people that are showing up at our State Legislature, County Commission meetings, City Council meetings, and school board meetings. You need to be running for the school board or County Commission. It can be a regular person. None of us are that smart.
Anybody can do it, and if you are not qualified, then you won’t get voted in. It’s amazing how our process works but we end up with what we call these RINO Republicans because nobody will run against them because the Republican Party is structured in a way where it’s almost seen as disrespectful to go up against authority. That’s tied back into public schools because when we take these little children and we say, “Here’s this arbitrary authority figure, and if you don’t listen to her, you are a bad kid. If you don’t do well on this arbitrary test, then you are not smart.” It’s this complete fallacy but this is how we create these citizens that create the mess that we are in.
In the healthcare industry, it’s called compassion fatigue, where people get tired of helping people all the time. People who have voted year-after-year or advocated for things and had failure after failure or say, “Nothing changes. Why should I bother?” What would you say to someone who’s up to here with seeing no progress or change whatsoever?
I get in that headspace. Friday night, I was in that headspace. I was in that headspace a lot of the weekend but the thing is we know the outcome if we do nothing. If we keep trying, there are small wins. Not to mention RFK again, but there was a speech of his where he talks about how every day he’s going to get up and put his boots on, and he’s going to keep on fighting because he knows what’s going to happen if he doesn’t. That’s what it comes back to.
My moral compass tells me that if I don’t keep doing this, then I’m doing something wrong by not acting. Somebody else’s moral compass might tell them to go be an anarchist homesteader, and that might be what they should do. This is what I learned in West Virginia. Going into the Capitol building up there for the first time, I thought everybody up there wouldn’t care, wouldn’t be a bill sponsor, that they were all bought and paid for, and I was proven so wrong.
There are amazing legislators in Tennessee. Here in Tennessee, I’m very close friends with two senators who love Weston A Price. They see the big picture. They know what’s going on. They get it, and they are fighting hard. You have to figure out if your school board representative is not doing the right thing, if they are for masking children or whatever it is, run against them. If your county commissioner is not zoning your neighborhood or whatever your issue is, you have to find something to fight for, and we all need to be fighting. If we were all fighting, then it would be fine.
The thing is, we have such a small percentage of people who even know who their State Senator is, who knows who their House is and that was me. I didn’t know, but you can find out, and you can start. The biggest hang-up now is that if 10% of Tennesseeans would actively think, “I want to support a good candidate who is the good candidate and talk to people and figure out who the right person was.” Maybe we get these people voted out, and we could get some stuff done.
We appreciate your tenacity, stick-to-itiveness, and also that renegade spirit you have. I’m going to tell a story of something I saw that you posted on social media, the French fry incident. You’ve got to tell our readers what Elizabeth Murphy is made out of.
I was in a restaurant, and there was this couple next to me. It was November of 2020. This woman has her hand sanitizer. She’s putting on her hands, and she’s got her mask on. She moves her mask down to take a sip of her drink, eat a cheeseburger, and it’s right back up. I accidentally touched her chair at one point, and it was like I had Ebola. I dropped a French fry on the floor, picked it up, and ate it in front of her because of terrain theory, not germ theory.
We know what nourishes us, and we know what we are about, and let the crazy people be shown for what they are. I want to close up with a question I always pose at the end. If the reader could do one thing to improve their health or maybe to improve their activism, what would you recommend that they do?
The biggest thing that you can do for your health and your children’s health is raw milk. I do so. The first time I had raw milk, probably about 27, 28, and it was raw goat’s milk. It was from a local farm. We were having dinner at this woman’s house. She’s like, “You have never had raw milk before?” I’m like, “You are right. Why haven’t I had raw milk before?” I know how good it is. She got me some of her raw goat’s milk, and I drank it.
I developed a fever very quickly like within two hours. I knew enough to be excited because I hadn’t had a fever and not having a fever is bad. Fevers are good. They burn out stuff. It’s detoxification. Never suppress a fever. That’s my number one health advice. I was so excited to have this fever because I knew that the raw milk had given my body enough energy or nourishment to begin to move some stuff out. I burned a fever for a few days, and I felt fine otherwise, and then it was fine. I have never had any issues since. Raw milk for everybody is my thing.
This has been a pleasure. Your idea for raw milk and fevers and all that is right on. I’m grateful for our connection. We wish you the best in all your endeavors in the future.
Hilda, thank you for having me on again. It was so fun.
Thank you all.
Our guest was Elizabeth Murphy. You can find out more about Elizabeth on her Facebook page, @ElizabethMurphy. You can find me at HolisticHilda.com. Now, for our review from Apple Podcasts. “Thank you for such a fantastic, informative, and inspiring show.” It’s a review from T-town homeschooler. “I just wanted to say thank you and how much I appreciate this show. I just finished listening to the Emotional Detox episode along with the Safety Third show, and they were both so good. Thank you for asking great questions and for all those that you interview. Thank you for keeping this inspiring and yet informative.” T-town, it is our pleasure. You, too, can rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts. It is one of the best ways to reach new readers. Thank you so much for reading, my friend. Stay well. Hasta Pronto.
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