Category: EFT

Easy Tips to Avoid Family Drama during the Holidays

Ah, the holidays! Thanksgiving is almost here and suddenly it’ll be New Year’s Eve. So many chances to spend time with the family. So much time to be all warm and cozy with loved ones. Or not. Even the best of families can go through challenging times, but I see people every day who do… Read more »

Why Affirmations Don't Work

Are your affirmations working for or against you? Do you say some life-affirming, abundance-attracting statement over and over…and over, and nothing changes? You’re unconscious mind may not be buying what you’re selling. Anyone who’s been in sales knows there will often be objections to closing the deal. It’s part of the gig, and you learn… Read more »

When Perfect is a Problem

Perfection! Free from fault or defect, without flaw. Sounds wonderful! I mean, who doesn’t love perfection? But, when striving for perfection becomes constant, causing anxiety and driving those around us nuts, or it keeps us from trying new things, then that ideal has turned into something much less desirable: perfectionism. When I was seven, my second… Read more »

When Fear & Anger Get Overwhelming

Fear and anger are rampant in this post-election world. People are taking to the streets, families are divided, strangers are accosted in restaurants, and each side blames the other. Is there a price we pay, when emotions are out of control? How do we survive? I recently received a call from an old client, asking… Read more »

What to Do When Anger Takes Over

Let me start by saying that anger is not a problem. No, really, it’s not. Anger has energy and can be a motivator for changing something we dislike – finally cleaning off that desk, because you can’t find an important paper, or speaking out against injustice. Anger only becomes a problem if it gets stuck… Read more »

Stress and emotion

Here’s a short video about stress and emotion. It shows how your thoughts and feelings, so deeply linked, can amplify or reduce stress. What we say to ourselves about a situation often determines the intensity of the stress we actually feel. It’s helpful to take a step back and realize that our self talk may be… Read more »

Natural Ways to Overcome Depression & Anxiety

Here’s the replay of a webinar I did in December 2015 with Liesha Getson on ways to overcome Depression and Anxiety without going to medication, first. Fear, worry, sadness, guilt and anger all contribute to what seems to be an epidemic of anxiety and depression. Unbelievably, one in 10 Americans take antidepressants and anxiety affects 40 million… Read more »

Is Happiness a Choice?

Do you think happiness is a choice? What if you could choose to be happy, often? What would your life be like if you simply expected to feel happy most of the time? Can you name some of the blocks to happiness? I started to write that I didn’t want to sound Pollyanna-ish, but maybe… Read more »

Do you have an emotional first aid kit?

Did you ever consider that you need an emotional first aid kit? Having something you can do for stuck, painful or overwhelming emotion is as important to your health as having ointment and bandages for cuts and sprains. We call emotions “feelings,” because we feel them – in our physical bodies. If we feel them, physically, then… Read more »