In infancy and childhood I was very delicate

In infancy and childhood I was very delicate. The doctors always said that I would not grow to womanhood. When, notwithstanding this prediction, I was fully grown, my health was in no way improved. As fast as I thought I was healed of one trouble, another would appear. I was finally sent to Colorado for tubercular consumption. After some years the doctors declared that the climate had healed my lungs. But, as according to their belief, disease has power to move about, the disease had simply gone from the lungs to the digestive organs, and, "the last state of that man was worse than the first."

Finally, after the thought of suicide had several times presented itself, I turned to Christian Science, and, although my healing was slow, I soon found life worth living, and for ten years I have been an unusually healthy woman.

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