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Are you using the excuse of – I can’t afford it?

If you are using money as an excuse not to help your child gain a better quality of life, please 🛑STOP. I will share with you some reasons why money is not an excuse:


Because if you can find money to

👉 buy that new cell phone that is coming out
👉 buy that daily Starbucks coffee
👉 pay for that Netflix subscription
👉 get your new hairdo
👉 get your nails done
👉 and whatever else you find the money for

Then you can find the money to help your child gain a better quality of life.

You are using any excuse you can to find a reason not to put in the work and help your child.

I know you might feel that changing things up for your child requires a lot of money, but it doesn’t have to.

You are letting assumptions get in the way of you helping your child.

Listen up, Momma!!

Stop using money as an excuse.

Because if you continue to do this, you might be faced with these costs in the future👇🏾

👉🏿 Life long therapy costs
👉🏿 Specialized education costs
👉🏿 Lost wages
👉🏿 Medical costs
👉🏿 and so many other associated costs

Did you know that the lifetime cost of supporting a person on the autism spectrum can range from $1.4 million to $2.4 million?

Even though this amount varies depending on the provided care, it still should be a wake-up call.

IF you cannot afford to make small changes now because you are using the “I can’t afford it” excuse, what about in the future??

Do you think you will be able to afford it then?

I don’t think so.

I know you might be….
👉🏿 afraid
👉🏿 lost
👉🏿 confused
👉🏿 scared
👉🏿 don’t know whom to trust

But I challenge you to take action today so that your child can have a better future.

We don’t know what the future holds, so why wait, do something now before you run out of time.

If I would have chosen to use the cost excuse and not work on helping my child gain a better quality of life, who knows what today would look like for him.

Honestly, I don’t even want to imagine how my life would have been if I wouldn’t have taken action.

Here’s the deal…

Momma, we have to stop pretending that we don’t see what is happening to our kids.

👉 They are being overloaded and can no longer cope.

Our kids are changing right before our eyes. They are sick and need us to help.

Stop using money as an excuse.

Here’s what you need to do:

⭐ Understand that the “I can’t afford it” excuse adds no value, stop using it.

⭐ Just like you found the money to get that new cell phone you are using to read this post, further, let me know that you can find the money to help your child gain a better quality of life.

⭐ Spend some time learning about what is contributing to your child’s overall body burden and start taking small steps towards lowering it.

Now, you know the reasons why money is not an excuse not to help your child gain a better quality of life.

Once you stop using excuses and start taking action, you will see improvements in your child’s quality of life.

If you have given up on this because you don’t know how to help your child, get on the waitlist for The Nutritional Approach Program ™.


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