Greetings and I am glad you stopped by!
I’m Rob Sciubba originally from Long Island, New York, now residing in Florida. I’ve always believed that everything happens for a reason. As I look back over the years, it’s nice to be here now and I am introducing myself to you.
While my profession was designing corrugated boxes and displays for many years, I’ve retired from that field and I now concentrate on helping others in any way that I can. I’ve always been that way, but now I have more time to invest in doing so.
Growing up as a kid, I think we just want to be happy and have fun because that’s what kids do. You really don’t think about growing up and getting older when you’re young.
I never thought too much about health unless I got sick and didn’t have to go to school (YEAH!) I remember several times being out of school for two weeks with bronchitis. But as kids, we always seem to bounce back for the most part. Mom was always there to take care of us kids.
But as time went on, we grow up, get married, have our own kids, and then have to take care of ourselves. How many times when you see someone and then you part ways, they say, “Take care!” It’s just an expression, or is it?
For me, I felt that I basically took care of myself. I was no bodybuilder and certainly not a hypochondriac either! We don’t realize how great things are until they start to go wrong.
My mother used to always say, “Your health is the most important thing in life.” She was absolutely correct and I know this because she also used to say, “I’m not always right, but I’m never wrong!” Can’t argue with mom!
I wonder how many of you can tell the same story? Everyone should be grateful and express positivity and gratitude each and every day of our lives. It sure isn’t easy when times are bad, but there are always others who have it much worse than you do. Most of the time for whatever it may be in our lives, we are probably not the best, but not the worst either.
I’ve always told my kids that we are all most likely in the middle somewhere. Don’t worry about what everyone else is doing. Just look at your life and take control and take the necessary steps to do whatever you can to be healthy and happy.
I’ve raised two daughters and I think I did a pretty good job. I’m always there for them even though they are many miles away. I will put the effort in to help others because I feel that’s what we are meant to do here in life.
I’ve always been the type of person who looks to help others. There is no feeling that is greater for me than to know that I can do something good and positive for someone. Life is like a gift. Open it and use it before you have to return it!
Getting healthy one step at a time…
Growing up we get bumps and bruises and experience many different health issues. But as we get older, it seems that there are more issues that seem to creep up on us. Diabetes is something that a lot of people have and the old saying is, “Knowledge is power!” So, being diagnosed as a diabetic, I’ve learned a great deal from researching and living it.
Who wants to take one, two, three or more medications or insulin? Nobody, of course! Diabetes can be controlled naturally and there are many ways to accomplish this. As I am helping myself, I want to help you as well. We only get one shot at life. Let’s do this right!
So because I developed type 2 diabetes, I decided that it wasn’t for me and I became passionate about treating high blood sugars and reversing diabetes the natural way and I wanted to help others. I’ve always been that way in my life. That’s why we’re all here, to help each other out.
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Let’s get to know one another and help each other here too! I look forward to getting to know you and ALWAYS feel free to contact me or leave feedback!
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