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Natural Solutions for Stress, Sleep and Sadness
We all know that stress, sleep and sadness are three words that do not pair well together. Too much stress usually equals too little sleep, which in turn leaves you more tired, more cranky and stressed. Living in a constant state of stress can...
The Aroma Freedom Technique™ (AFT)
The Aroma Freedom Technique™ (AFT) has become a sought-after modality because it literally helps you to get from where you are to where you desire to be. Aroma Freedom helps you identify and remove the blocks that have prevented you from...
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Forward Focus Therapy, LLC-- Life Balance Wellbeing
You lead a busy life, the last thing you need is to worry about fitting a therapy appointment into your busy day and rushing around to get there on time. Online therapy gives you the flexibility and expediency to meet life’s demands without compromising on a qualified,...
The Memory Resolution Technique™ (TMRT)
Stressful memories are different from normal memories. With a normal memory, the brain and amygdala work together at night to process and file the memory from short term to long term storage. With a stressful memory, the memory is not moved to...
The Aroma Reset Technique - 60 Second Reset
Aroma Reset is a technique that can shift you out of a stress state in as little as 60 seconds. It resets your thoughts and feelings into the present moment and to new possibilities.
Living with a Special Needs Child
We soon discovered that David’s developmental stages were slower than his peers. From age three, his speech was impaired, and his walking was delayed. I sought help from pediatrics, therapists, to psychologists, but none could explain my son’s problem.
One, small, not very big thing...
Where do you start? Like most people, you aren't really sure where pretending ends and authentic self begins. I truly had no idea as I had lived as someone else for so long. However, I was willing to learn. To connect with myself. To listen.