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Untangling Worry

Worry is a sneaky, insidious emotion. I know! That’s a pretty harsh statement, one you don’t often hear from me. The reason it’s sneaky, is because it never just stays at one worry. You start thinking about one problem, and

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KISS with EFT

Young child downhill skiing.

One the main reasons I write these articles is to encourage and empower my clients. This weekend I was reminded of one of the easiest and fastest ways to help yourself in any situation – EFT! While there is always

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Full Circle

Stanley Mitchell Hut

This is Part IV of my Healing Journey, from a tragic accident to helping others deal with their own trauma. Read Part I РThe River. Part II РThe Movie. and Part III РMy Recovery. * * * I

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My Recovery

Bottle of Bach's Flower Remedy called "Impatiens"

This is Part III of my journey with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Please read Part I – The River, and Part II, The Movie. * * * Life with PTSD was lonely. I was depressed, sleepless. My behaviour erratic, uncontrolled. I

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The Movie

This is Part II of my Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder journey. Read Part I, The River. * * * We quickly packed up the kids from the river, and went back to my mom-in-laws home for dinner. That evening I thought

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The River

Edworthy Park pedestrain bridge.

On Friday, August 5th 2005, my life changed forever. At the time, and for many years afterwards, I was pretty upset about this day. Why did it happen to me?¬†Things were going so well in my life, I really didn’t

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Mount Rundle vs BodyTalk

Mount Rundle summit.

If you’ve ever visited, or even seen pictures of the historic town of Banff in Canada’s Rocky Mountains, then you’ve seen Mount Rundle. It’s big. It’s a long hike followed by a ‘one step up, two steps sliding backwards’ scramble

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Posted in BodyTalk Explained