Naturally Healing Self

I’m Dr. Deb

Most folks call me Dr. Deb, but I’m really just a Deb. I am most comfortable in nature and love to learn about everything. I write, ponder, and dislike judgments of all kinds. They drive me crazy because they build barriers between people rather than respect and community.

As a child, I played in the dirt and drank water from rivers that contained small visible particles of decaying leaf matter, sand, a smidge of slime, and a big dose of healthy nourishment. Many mysterious things used to exist back then. It never harmed my tummy. In those times, it was called “wild water,” hence the name of this website.

I am a “truth” based healer and writer. Off and on you’ll learn a bit about the dark side of my life and the beauty of recovery and healing. I hold Doctoral Degrees in Natural Health, Traditional Naturopathy, and a Bachelor of Science degree. I love what I do.

I believe each of us is gifted and able to discover the infinite power that lives within us – the source of our dreams, creativity, and self-identity that makes us each unique. By knowing we make our own choices, we learn to become our own keeper, healer, judge, and advocate for self.

This Website Is About Life & It’s Challenges

This website is about truth, nature, natural healing – sometimes in a bit of a “sassy pants way.”  You’ll read about various ways to naturally heal and sustain ou mind, body & soul. You’ll also find tons of wisdom and truths about the authenticity and rawness of life we tend to hide deep in our hearts. Some posts define ways to break free and speak up about how you really feel. Other posts are about our personal hopes, dreams, hidden talents, and the truth of where humanity may be headed. You’ll also read about the healing ability contained in various herbs that heal even better than some medications.

The picture to the left reflects the love, loss, and beauty of memories.  I’m the one in the middle, that’s my sister Vicki on the left and my sister Sandy on the right. Two columns of strength. They both left this world four months apart – Vicki in February and Sandy in June – 17 years ago this year. They continually live in my heart with every breath I take.

Enjoy the site – please feel free to comment as often as you’d like – conversations always create stimulating connections that expand the mind and open the heart. And hey, if I say something wrong about something, tell me.

Dr. Deb