About

Where Rosemary Goes
I am a modern day hippie; born in 1968 I am in my early 40’s as I write this. Life has given me many challenges that I chose to answer in unconventional or alternative ways, usually after traditional or modern means failed me.
A sociologist by nature and some education, I live and breathe alternative medicine, religion, education and political views. This has prompted the title of this effort “Where Rosemary Goes…” as I hear on a regular basis in various tones of voice from everyone imaginable “Oh Rosemary, don’t go there” I worried my mother, confused my teachers and concerned my professors. I confounded my doctors, intimidated and was rejected by other people my age. If your life is a struggle, a disappointment, or just needs a face lift then look around and see if you dare to go where I have gone or to travel further than even I dare to go as I share my philosophy, success and failures.

Philosophy
I tend to look at things a little differently and to embrace the idea of “To thine own self be true”. I enjoy looking closer at why I do things the way I do what I like and what I resent and why. I try to never avoid truth and strive to always be brutally honest with myself. After all a liar can’t give you a pep talk and I need those from time to time so when looking in the mirror I must find a trusted reliable person that I respect. A lot of my life philosophy is based on introspection and being interested enough in your own life to ask …”Why?”

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Non-legalese version:
I’m not your mother, wife, sister, doctor, accountant, acupuncturist, chiropractor, engineer, or anything else.  I have done a lot of research and have educated myself on some of the best options for those who choose to follow alternative routes through life.  If you would like to borrow from my research and life experience, you are welcome to, that’s why I have created this site.  If your not mature enough to be responsible for your own actions, go ahead and be a sheep and follow the regular methods.  They are happy to make all of your decisions for you, but it will still be your problem.

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