Early on she realized doctors, for whatever reason, were not the solution to her health problems. Being the stubborn sort, she decided not to be a victim, but to study and learn her way out of constant fatigue, an AWOL brain, thinning hair and all the other inconveniences of an underactive endocrine system.
She’s happy to report she found what helped and what hindered her goal of having energetic days.
Now she’s a living example of what determination and knowledge can do.
Bette Dowdell grew up in The Salvation Army, the daughter of two ministers, which means she moved a lot, attending ten schools plus college. She has been an IBM Systems Engineer, small company consultant, software company owner and registered mutual fund rep.
Additionally, Bette wrote How to be a Christian Without Being Annoying (hard cover and large print editions) and On We March: A memoir of growing up in The Salvation Army.
But as she talked with people, she recognized a real need–the same one she faced when learning how to deal with endocrine problems: information.
Most doctors aren’t very helpful when you’re dealing with endocrine problems. The internet has a ton of information, but it’s scattered here and there, so putting it all together takes a whole lot of time. Plus, you kind of need to know what you’re looking for to find it, and even that takes time to figure out.
So Bette’s organizing and arranging all her years of research and study to offer others her information on dealing with endocrine problems–pituitary, adrenal, thyroid, etc.
To read more about it, click here.
Contact Bette at bette at TooPoopedToParticipate.com (substitute @ for at)