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What is tapping? Check out this documentary film trailer!

If you’ve read many of my past e-mails and blogs,  you’ll know that I am a big fan of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), or tapping. I use it personally, with family and friends, and with clients, to reduce stress and physical pain.  I also promote it to other healthcare professionals to use with their clients. Tapping […]

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More great coverage of the many benefits of EFT

The many benefits of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), also known as tapping, in helping to relieve stress, anxiety and chronic pain are  continuing to receive lots of media coverage. Last week, I featured a TEDx talk by Peta Stapleton, a psychologist and leading researcher into EFT. If you missed the video, please click here to watch it. […]

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Growing recognition for the healing effects of EFT

Those who follow me know that I am a great advocate of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), also known as tapping, as a wonderful tool for helping to relieve  both stress and chronic pain. It’s also one of several tools that I use in The Rose Remedy’s Partners in Pain Relief program. I have talked about its effectiveness in several blog posts. […]

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How to take care of yourself in tough times

I am pleased to present a guest post from psychotherapist and transformation coach Terri Cole: Have you found yourself stuck in the 24-hour news cycle, mired in what feels like one bad thing after another bombarding you? Do you feel overwhelmed with the hostility that’s out there and pervasive on every social media outlet? Is […]

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Partners in pain relief: Why we need to work hand-in-hand with clients

When many people in pain head to a healthcare professional for help, they may expect the pro, all on his or her own, to do the work in making that pain go away. I have a different philosophy. I believe that the client has to participate in his or her healing, and we have to […]

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How to move toward your goals, and away from your fears

“May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears” — Nelson Mandela  The photo accompanying this blog and the Nelson Mandela quote above didn’t come as a package, but I decided they worked well together. Here’s my rationale: If you, like that white cat, let your fears guide you, you will most likely make bad choices […]

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Must-see video on resilience and HeartMath!

I have talked many times on this blog about the importance of resilience.  I’d like to share with you a fabulous video created by the HeartMath Institute that takes a closer look  at the inter-connection of body, mind and emotions in  boosting your resilience. Learn, as the video says, how “you can roll with the […]

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Calming my mother’s inner critic, and teaching her how to reframe

Fall is officially here, and so it is time to end The Rose Remedy’s Resilience Reset Challenge that ran all summer. I hope that the information from both me and experts in the field was helpful in making you feel more resilient.  I did receive much positive feedback  about the Challenge. Thanks to everyone who […]

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Resilience Reset Challenge: Get out of the “mindset war”

Here is the next strategy in  The Rose Remedy’s Resilience Reset Challenge, as described by psychologist Rick Hanson: Get out of the mindset war. Here’s Rick: By “war” I mean here a mindset, not combat between nations with tanks and bombs. The “war” I’m referring to is an attitude of conflict and animosity toward a person, object  or condition. […]

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Resilience Reset Challenge: How to stop procrastinating

I am delighted to share this guest blog post written by health coach Stephenie Farrell, who works with The Rose Remedy. Procrastination is a common problem; learning what’s behind it, and how to overcome it,  is the fourth strategy of  The Rose Remedy’s Resilience Reset Challenge, to help you strengthen your resilience and improve your health and happiness. […]

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