EFT for Migraines…

Migraine headaches are always painful and sometimes completely debilitating. Some migraine sufferers spend several days unable to work or even stay in an upright position. Sometimes the cause is physical, such as when we become dehydrated. Often the underlying cause is an emotional issue. Stress is often the cause of headaches. Anyone under chronic stress… Read more »

I Can’t Release This Stress

Living in a chronic state of stress doesn’t feel good. It affects our short- and long-term health, immune response, eating patterns and digestion, relationships, and sleep; it affects everything. If there’s a way out of the stressful situation, we’ll usually take it. I heard from a client that she wasn’t regularly practicing the simple stress-relief… Read more »

Holidays 2020

Without a doubt, this year has been one of the biggest challenges most of us have ever endured. And now we need to face this normally joyous holiday season, courageously finding ways to compromise while still finding happiness and hope for the future. We’ve all been shouldering extraordinary stress for almost a year, some more… Read more »

Calming Fear and Finding Hope

There’s no question that times are tough right now for the whole planet. All the Fears The global COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world forever. We’ve lost so, so many people to the virus and many who survived the infection are fighting long-term debilitating symptoms, all while people argue about the very existence of this… Read more »

How to Find Peace in a Noisy World

Am I the only one that does this? I open a new tab in a browser to go to a website and I’m immediately distracted by the cute Google Doodle. I click on it to learn more, which is exactly what they knew I’d do. In so doing, I completely forget my reason for opening… Read more »

Perfectionism

Way too often there seems to be a celebration of perfectionism in the US and many other countries. We tend to equate being perfect or performing perfectly as a measure of our worth or success. Perfectionism is on the rise. I’m a recovering perfectionist myself! Sadly, reports show that perfectionists, even when they are successful,… Read more »

Compassion Fatigue

Many of us are natural caregivers, nurturers, helpers; it’s what we do and it’s who we are. Some of us use our skills in a care-giving career. Some of us are caregivers at home or in our communities. Some do all three! It’s no wonder that over time we become emotionally and physically exhausted, sick,… Read more »

Overwhelm Part Two

Response to my “Feeling Overwhelmed?” blog post has been, well, overwhelming. 😉 I’m glad the step-by-step approach was helpful and thanks for your follow-up questions. I wanted to go a little deeper in this post about a question I received from several readers just in case you have the same question. In the last post,… Read more »

Feeling Overwhelmed?

This has been a wonderfully busy month spent learning new things about self-publishing a book, keeping it moving along in the process, meeting with new and returning clients, juggling communications for speaking engagements, and meeting with my own coaches. Yes, I still have coaches, because we’re all a work in progress. I’ve also been on… Read more »

The First Thing You Need To Know About Relieving Stress

Now that you’ve researched and downloaded the tools you need to help reduce stress in your life, you’re all set to let go of all that stress. You’ve read about the methods to see how they work and you’ve listened to the audios (promising to actually practice them when you really need them) and now… Read more »