The Farm-Assist without the PH, but I have a BA (Born Again….lol). Known as the WHOOHOO lady.
After two 7 year periods of my business Better Bods, firstly my Band Fit and personal training stint, when I exited from nursing, then my physical and online true health message store, I am now at my next chapter……and I say hold onto your hat, as it will be a WHOOHOO ride. I will be standing in the gap for truth and righteousness, showing the solutions to the DHB (Do Health Better). It’s time to BOLDLY stand up for what we believe in. This is a LOVE message. Born not to follow this current worlds ways.
I pray you have eyes to see and ears to hear. Blessings, Love and WHOOHOO’s
Rachel Tomkinson ❤ x
Coming up to 47 years young, single mum for the past 7 years to 3 wonderful children, Renee almost 15, Jenna 12 and Rhys almost 9, they have been the catalyst for this very exciting and life transforming journey of digging for truth.
I love being a mum, and whilst it can be challenging they have taught me so much. They have pushed me out of my comfort zone. Due to serious allergies and eczema with Jenna and me being a qualified nurse and personal trainer I thought I was doing everything right with the “health” message, as I believed what I was taught was true…..but when we were sick, I knew something didn’t add up. So I started questioning the very system I once trusted, and wow did that open up a whole can of worms! So I wanted to find out the truth, this also led me to my amazing FAITH with our Heavenly Father via Yeshua/Jesus. In a nutshell by doing the opposite to this worldly system you are pretty spot on…..lol.
Once we did this our health was restored, as we started following the ❤message from our God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Most of our system is following the $$, which is not from ❤. The message I will be sharing is simple, and whilst it will cost you little $$ it will cost you in many other ways……but you will receive true freedom…..WHOOHOO 🤗
Jenna before & after.
Our Rhys was born with Down Syndrome, but believe me there are far more ups than downs. Because of the new testing prenatal, the termination rate is increasing big time round the world. I want to share with you that if you follow the ❤message these children are not a burden on society, but rather an asset. Perfect love casts out all fear. Rhys is a very happy and healthy boy, who has the same rights as the rest of us…..he shines the light.
Being a mum to a teenage daughter with her dad not at home and with her trying to fit into this broken world has been a very good test for me. Obviously as a family we do things differently to the world including Christianity with how we eat which can be a huge issue for teenagers socially. True freedom and love has to come from within, it can not be forced or controlled. It should be something we want and choose to do rather than out of guilt or set of “religious” rules. This just puts us into bondage. Because my food message is also about love and protection and fully knowing the consequences of choosing life over death, it was hard for me to trust and let go. Renee has to come to this in her own time as now she is old enough to make the right choices and if she wants to do her very best in life then she has to learn young to stand up and not conform to others ways for the sake of fitting in. She has to learn the right people will encourage, love and accept her unconditionally for who and what she believes in.
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PRO PARENTS CHOICE
Abortion: Rights groups weigh in on teen pregnancy
Petition aims to give parents more input into children’s sexual health
Schools arrange secret abortions
IMOGEN NEALE, 11:33, May 15 2011 – stuff.co.nz
A mother is angry her 16-year-old daughter had a secret abortion arranged by a school counsellor.
Helen, not her real name, found out about the termination four days after it had happened. “I was horrified. Horrified that she’d had to go through that on her own, and horrified her friends and counsellors had felt that she shouldn’t talk to us,” she said.
She had suspected something was wrong, but her daughter insisted her tears were over everyday teenage dramas.
But Helen confronted her daughter’s friends, who said the counsellor had taken the girl for a scan and to doctors. “I didn’t know that they could do that.”
Helen said teachers could discuss how a student was doing in school or phone parents when their child misbehaved, but would then keep life-changing situations such as abortions secret.
Her daughter had since told her the counsellor “wasn’t very forthcoming” with advice. The counsellor did ask the girl if she had talked to her parents, but never pursued it.
Helen said follow-up counselling for her daughter was “nonexistent”. She concedes patient confidentiality is a tricky issue and said her child feared she’d be disowned. “She’s come to realise that’s not the case. But if you’re responsible for them, surely you should be told.”
Helen has been too upset to approach the school. “Afterwards I was too wild, and I probably still am.”
Another mother who was worried for her 15-year-old daughter “hit a brick wall” when she approached the school, and eventually discovered it was a friend of her daughter’s who had undergone an abortion. “But I went through the horror of knowing that under the legislation, they did not need to say anything to me.”
“When it comes to contraception and abortion, they would need the consent of the person before they could share information with a parent or the school.” – Kathryn Dalziel
No regrets: Rayelene Mou with her two-year-old daughter Kiarnah Whaiapu-Mou at James Cook High School’s Taonga Teen Parent Unit.
One teacher told the Sunday Star-Times she had seen parents become “absolutely livid” after finding out they had been kept out of abortion decisions.
She knew of a Year 13 student who had had two abortions – one with her parents’ knowledge, and one without.
She said the law catered for the “lowest common denominator” – pregnancy as a result of incest or rape, but girls sometimes did not want to tell their parents for fear they would react badly or demand prosecutions for statutory rape if their daughters were under 16.
Christchurch lawyer Kathryn Dalziel, who wrote Privacy In Schools: A guide to the Privacy Act for principals, teachers and boards of trustees, said students who saw counsellors were promised confidentiality, and the service was bound by the Health Privacy Code.
“When it comes to contraception and abortion, they [counsellors] would need the consent of the person before they could share information with a parent or the school,” she said.
“If that protection disappeared, you can pretty well guarantee the young person won’t tell the counsellor a thing – particularly the thing you need them to talk about.”
And a counsellor who broke the rules and told a parent without the child’s consent could be struck off.
Dalziel said she would be devastated if any of her daughters had an abortion without her support. “But knowing it is something that could happen, my whole thing about raising my children is to know how to listen and learn and get information.”
Guidance counsellor Helen Bissett said the situation could be an “ethical nightmare”, and a number of schools now had wellness centres so girls could see a nurse, not a counsellor.
Not knowing how a parent would react was one of the main reasons girls wanted to hide the truth, she said.
“In the heat of the moment, parents can say some pretty rough stuff but once they’ve got through that, they’re often really supportive.”
She talked to students “long and hard” about getting a family member involved. Girls had to see a doctor for tests, scans and see two certifying consultants before they could have an abortion. The consultants explained the health risks and the girl had to sign a form saying she understood and consented.
“I don’t organise any and I never want to,” Bissett said. “I go with them to the doctor, but I won’t go to a termination.”
THE NUMBERS, AND THE LAW
Statistics New Zealand figures show that 3950 11- to 19-year-olds had induced abortions in 2009. Of those, 79 were aged between 11 and 14. Under section 38 of the Care of Children Act 2004, a female of any age can consent to an abortion. In 2004, then opposition MP Judith Collins put forward an amendment to prevent girls under 16 from having an abortion without their parents’ knowledge. The amendment was voted down. Parents are legally responsible for their offspring until the children turn 18 or marry, enter into a civil union, or a de facto relationship with their parents’ permission.
‘THEY LOOKED AT ME LIKE I WAS TOO YOUNG’
Abortion was never an option when 14-year-old Rayelene Mou suspected she was pregnant and plucked up the courage to tell her mother.
“I’ve always been close to my mum. I can talk to her about anything.”
She says she never considered having an abortion and once the pregnancy was confirmed, adoption was also ruled out.
Her daughter, Kiarnah Whaiapu-Mou, is now two, and Rayelene is a student at James Cook High School’s Taonga Teen Parent Unit in the South Auckland suburb of Clendon.
She says despite losing some friends, she has no regrets about being a teenage mother and enjoys being able to take part in her daughter’s development.
“When I first let them know I was pregnant, they looked at me like I was lying, so that was kind of hard,” she said. “They looked at me like I was too young, I can’t be pregnant.”
Rayelene thought having a baby would see her stuck at home, but the school counsellor put her on to the unit and now, while Kiarnah is in daycare, Rayelene is in the building next door studying towards NCEA level three.
“I want go to the police force. I want to gain my NCEA level three,” she says. “And I want to put Kiarnah into a Maori bilingual school.”
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3/4 Cup Organic Raw honey
4 T Ethiopian Harrar (WHOOHOO) espresso organic unfermented coffee
Blend creamed coconut. Add remaining ingredients and mix on low heat until well blended. Adults and children alike can use this daily or as required. Store in pantry.
2. WHOOHOO Marvellous Mood (seriously happy food medicine)
250g virgin organic coconut oil
3 Cup raw organic honey
1/2 Cup WHOOHOO unfermented organic cacao
2 T Ethiopian Harrar Coffee (unfermented)
2 t organic cayenne pepper
Heat all ingredients except honey on low heat until melted. Remove from heat then beat in honey. Pour into jars. Use 1 tsp daily or as required. Can store in pantry or fridge. I like it more toffee like so then keep in fridge.
3. WHOOHOO Amazing Food Antibiotic (simple and effective)
450g virgin organic coconut oil
2 Cup raw organic honey
1 Cup heritage/heirloom organic peeled and crushed garlic
Blend all ingredients together without heating. Place in jars. Use as required like you would regular antibiotics and or can use daily as a preventive. Can be used topically too.
For blocked sinus and ear infections, omit honey and heat oil gently until warm, drop into ear with dropper, then plug with cotton wool. Repeat twice.
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