As the head wanderer and wonderer at the HP parent support site Everyday HP, I am honored to be a guest blog writer for HP The Solution. Coupled with my family’s own experience and my subsequent reading of The Solution and a few long nights of research and writing, Everyday HP came to be. In writing today, I am reminded of one of my all time favorite quotes from anthropologist Margaret Mead:
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world: indeed it is the only thing that ever has.”
As a concerned parent, caregiver or practitioner and all around holistic health enthusiast participating, researching or thinking about homeoprophylaxis, you are doing just that. At Everyday HP, we aim to support you on your HP journey through providing community and conversation about the every day reality of educating our children’s immune systems safely, effectively and naturally.
Reflecting on your own journey, you may have once wondered: “Why would my newborn, at not even 48 hours old, need a Hepatitis B vaccine?” Perhaps you have heard that internal guidance system shouting “No!” as you watched the nurse line up 4-5 doses of mysterious fluid, ready to inject your 6-month old? Perhaps you felt it all along – that the current conventional paradigm of by-passing our peripheral immune system by injecting multiple foreign and toxic entities into young and still developing systems is dangerous.
The paths and stories vary. The questions are the same. Parents and caregivers alike are asking: Is the current vaccine paradigm really the best thing?
HP families are growing in number, and quickly. Everyday HP seeks to serve those families. Born in April of 2013, Everyday HP is an online community of parents and caregivers with children who participate in HP. On the website you will find information about homeopathy and HP, parent forums and a blog. We gather to share our experiences, to share information and above all, support each other on our HP journeys. We’re here for you.
You are not alone in your questions. You are not alone in your concerns. You are not alone in your HP journey.
Cheers to your health and wellbeing! The Everyday HP Team