Let’s Talk Quality of Mental Health

Hi there!

My name is Scott Siddle from Ridgecrest, CA.

After EXPERIENCING what these top quality products did for me, I decided to refer others so the benefits could be shared.

See, I struggle with anxiety and depression, and have for many years since a teenager. Sometimes it is SO crippling I don’t even want to get out of bed. Not a good place for a public speaker to be!

I’ve been the traditional pharm route … don’t like how I feel on that stuff.
Oh, and I’ve spent many days & nights (& money) on the self-medicating route too … which only leads to needing a good hangover cure!

Getting involved with MDC & HempWorx was one of the best decisions I’ve made. Sure, the products are trendy & unique, and people from all over the world are getting incredible results, but THAT’S NOT why I chose to get involved!

Sure, the compensation plan is very lucrative and tempting …

BUT finding a HEALTHY AND NATURAL product that REALLY WORKS for my mental health stability is more valuable to me, my family, and those around me!

READ THAT LAST PART AGAIN.

If you are interested in sleeping better, staying focused through the day, feeling motivated, and just overall feeling better (NOT high), then try out our hemp-derived CBD products.

You can even join my team to earn extra income in your spare time from home with our simple and powerful business opportunity, I would love to get to know you and help you achieve your goals.

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Check it out, try it, email me, or find me on Facebook if you have any other questions or concerns.

Thanks for visiting my website.  I look forward to connecting with you soon!

#hempworx #feelrealagain

Scott Siddle
HempWorx: https://www.HempWorx.com/Paco65
Email: scott.siddle@yahoo.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scott.p.siddle

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Stop and Reflect

Life in general can give us many moments or events causing us to stop and reflect. Often times without those events happening in the direct path of our personal journey.

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School shootings, the passing on to heaven of an iconic pastor/evangelist, a baby being born, a mission trip, someone’s diagnoses of cancer, someone else’s passing after a long and valiant battle with cancer, a troubling yet encouraging message from a social media friend, or sometimes just looking in the mirror.

All of these have crossed my path in the past month or so, some just today, not each one a personal event or moment. However, each taking its own grip of my thoughts and feelings, causing me to take time to reflect.

Reflect on where I am headed, what I am doing, who I am encouraging (or discouraging), how I am making an impact on what God has called me to be and do. For me, as a Follower and Believer in Jesus Christ, that last one is to be my primary focus.

I had the privilege recently to travel with an American team of Foursquare pastors to gather with and build relationships with church leaders in Niger Africa. This being my first experience of mission work, I knew that it would change my perspective on life and ministry

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The other events listed above have transpired before or after my trip. It has been a very interesting journey these past six weeks. Many people before the trip asked me if I was excited, nervous, or scared. My answer was that I was more ‘feeling in anticipation of what God was going to do, both in me and in Niger’.

I was also in anticipation of meeting my seventh grandchild after my return to the “real world”IMG_2509

She was born on February 7, content and healthy, although the smallest baby born into our family of all the grand kids so far at just 6lb 15oz – I know normal size for most babies but not for our family!

The trip to Niger definitely had an impact on me. How significant? Not sure since I am still processing it all, and it depends on whom you ask. One friend said I seem more internalized or reserved while another said I seem more peaceful and settled and that God has given me a new radiance of His power.

No matter what causes us to stop and reflect, the outcome should be for us to change our perspective in order to view what really matters in the long run, and what brings the most benefit to others. Those two things will really make a lasting difference in our world.

Thanks for stopping by…

Until ALL have heard! #wearefoursquare