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You Should Fire Your Doctor If ….

March 14, 2017

Working with clients every day, I regularly hear that people’s doctors have told them this: “You are the worst case I’ve ever seen.” Does this sound familiar to you? If so, read on. Knowing what I now know about healing, and from being a practitioner myself, I’d fire any doctor who told me that. Why? Because […]


Finding Your Center When You Are Emotionally Triggered

April 28, 2016

There has been so much shifting going on in our world lately that many of us are finding we feel angry and frustrated with both ourselves and each other. I sure know I’ve been much more aware of my own strong emotions lately. So what can we do when we feel out of control with […]


5 Ways To Spring Clean Yourself

March 21, 2016

The New Year probably inspires you to cleanse your bodies with detoxification and change unhealthy habits. Spring brings a chance to clean home windows and cars. But most people miss the most important of all cleanings – you! That’s why I’m here to share 3 easy ways to spring clean yourself. The spirit or soul aspect of us is really […]


3 Ways To Instantly Calm Your Nervous System

September 24, 2015

Why You Need a Relaxed Nervous System Your nervous system is one of the greatest assets you have. An always on-edge, triggered-by-everything nervous system is sure to contribute to anxiousness, imbalanced emotions, and even severe physical symptoms. You may have heard of the fight, flight, or freeze response? Well, it’s linked to that precious nervous system of yours.   […]


3 Answers to the “Why Me?” Question That’ll Soothe Your Soul

January 30, 2015

Oh it’s not easy, I know. Trying to figure it all out and still keep the faith that it’ll all be okay. I went through this myself for 8+ years so I completely get it. I must have asked myself a million times that looming question: Why me? But I found the answers eventually.


Information Overload: How To Deal With Too Many Treatment Choices

October 27, 2014

Illness is always full of dilemmas – what should I do now? What is the right thing for me? When is it the right time to change course? Which thing do I need to chase now? That’s why I never share posts or articles or any information about illness itself. I always share about healing. […]


Stay In Your Own Chair: How To Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

October 8, 2014

It’s not easy. Everyone’s wonderful lives and successes are now displayed before us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In this digital and social world, there are more opportunities for comparing yourself to others than ever before.  She has more than me. He’s more successful.  She’s happier. I should be more like him. […]


If Robin Williams Was Your Dad: A True Story

August 25, 2014

 “Take your goddamn meds.” That’s exactly what one of my most favorite authors wrote on her blog after Robin Williams’ death. It was a genuine effort to make sure no one feels shame in taking the prescription drugs that many people do; just to get through the day, and maybe even, to stay alive. But, […]


How to Stop the Struggle Monster

August 20, 2014

I woke up this morning realizing I was hearing a not-so-good story about this process of writing my book. Most times, I’m enjoying it immensely, but every once in awhile when I’m whelmed with other stuff to do and I lose my focus, I feel this big ol’ struggle monster come up. And, it changes everything […]


How to Feel Good: This Post Will Change The Way You Make Decisions

March 6, 2014

We can drive ourselves crazy trying to plan, decide, analyze, and apply logic to every situation. The rational brain that takes up pretty much all the space in our lives is saying “I will get to the right answer or ‘thing’ if only I push hard enough.” You’re laughing because you know what I’m talking […]


3 Simple Statements to Immediately Increase Positivity

January 17, 2014

You all know, I’m not a huge fan of affirmations, unless of course — you already believe them to at least some extent while you’re saying them. Then they are super awesome. But, I do think incorporating positive language in your life can be a huge game changer. Ready for some emotional relief? Try incorporation these three terms into your day-to-day self-talk.


The Power of Gratefulness and How You Can Have It

December 30, 2013

Guest post by Emily S. Rosen, LCSW This time of year we are bombarded by that word, “grateful.” We are expected to be grateful. What happens when you don’t feel grateful but you are told that you should be?  What if you feel guilt or pain about not feeling grateful? What if the pain that […]


75 Seconds to a More Positive Attitude

July 4, 2013

Most of you know I’m not a huge fan of affirmations. I think they are amazing once you have some belief in them. But until then, as I discuss in my blog post awhile back, positive affirmations can make things worse. BUT, I found a positive affirmation that I’m totally in love with and it works! It’s […]


Shifting Your Sh*t: The Basics of The Law Of Attraction and Why Hating It Doesn’t Work

June 19, 2013

Ah, The Law of Attraction, which I could easily rename The Law of Confusion, is often a point of discussion in my private sessions with clients. Truth: Hating The Law of Attraction Doesn’t Work I first heard about it years ago when the popular movie, The Secret, was released. But in an effort to make […]


Summer Love (Yourself) Bootcamp

June 13, 2013

Kick ass self-esteem starts with a decision that you WANT to…    Let go of people-pleasing Become an un-perfectionist and have fun Change your patterns  Stop comparing yourself to others Love yourself as you are Give your body a break! Laugh at yourself Why You Can’t Afford to NOT Love Yourself Research has indicated that […]


Challenge: 5 Words To Ditch for Emotional Health

June 11, 2013

I am known for reminding clients (and myself too!) to “be careful what you tell yourself, because you’re always listening.” Our self-talk makes such a gigantic difference in our perceptions and experiences. But, so does the language we use with others about our experiences. I’ve been watching my vocabulary more and more lately and have […]


The Universal Law of Attraction ‘Fear Factor’: Do You Have It?

May 30, 2013

The Universal Law of Attraction and all of its complexities was a very tough concept for me to grasp when I first started learning. I resisted it because so much of it was downright scary – “wait, I’m in charge of everything that comes to me?!” No thanks! Fast forward a few years and I’m […]


Money Fears Can Keep You Broke: Two Simple Changes You Can Make Now

May 1, 2013

  The Most Important Thing to Know About Money The most important thing to know about money is that feeling good about it – no matter how much (or little) you currently have – can change everything for you. I was a skeptic about this as I struggled for years with little money, worrying about […]


3 Rules of Releasing Worry

March 27, 2013

Worry is a form of prayer for something you don’t want. Do you need any better reason to stop worrying? – Bhagavan Das What’s the Deal With Worry, Anyway? Worry is a very strong feeling of fear. It’s fear of the unknown or the repercussions of what we think will happen.  Worry is a pattern; simply […]


5 Secrets of Self-Healing

February 22, 2013

Do you know self-healing is the most powerful kind of healing? It sends signals to our body that we are not helpless and that we are safe. This alone can be more healing than any medicine or treatment. Our bodies are literally built to heal themselves and when we connect with that primal ability, all […]


What I Know For Sure: Life After Lyme and Other Chronic Conditions

January 3, 2013

Re-posted from HealthcareHacks.com As my words finally make it out into the world (in print!), I sit here and reflect on all that I have learned. I wonder how I can capture it all and bottle it, so I never forget. Not even 50 years from now. The suffering I endured from Chronic Lyme disease […]


Are You Unknowingly Feeding Lyme (or other) Disease In Your Body?

December 28, 2012

I was just reformatting This Is How I Save My Life to submit for the eBook version (out on Kindle, iPad, etc. soon) and found this excerpt I had to share. It’s one of the most important things I’ve ever learned … and written.   “Somewhere between the time I arrived in Delhi and the […]


Scientist Proves DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies

December 19, 2012

The excuse “it’s in my genes,” is about to get a kick on its way out the door. Researchers such as Bruce Lipton, author of Biology of Belief, and Candance Pert, author of Molecules of Emotion; have already helped to spread awareness that you aren’t the sum of your genes. A new field called epigenetics […]


A Silver Lining: The Important Role of Emotional and Physical Suffering

November 13, 2012

I know, this article already is the opposite of what you want to hear, right? I’ve been through it so I totally get it. Physical and emotional illness are processes; and so is healing. Both parts of the journey, the getting sick and the getting well, are equal parts of something hugely important. Something, for […]


Why Positive Affirmations Can Make Things Worse

September 6, 2012

Repeating positive affirmations is a concept I love and similarly to visualizations, it changes so many lives. Affirmations and visualizations are an amazing self-help tool for many people. But for another group of people, it can actually seem to make things worse. Why? The idea behind an affirmation of any kind (verbal or visual) is […]


How Being Scared To Live Too Big Can Keep You Stuck…or Sick!

May 2, 2012

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.” – Marianne Williamson This is one of the most powerful quotes I know. And, it is something that eventually gets discussed when I work with […]


Negative Emotional Patterns in Chronic Lyme Disease (and Other Chronic Conditions)

April 11, 2012

Working with so many different types of clients, I am always finding common threads in the emotional patterns I see. Because I had chronic Lyme disease and about 50% of my clients have it, I thought it might be useful to outline some of the common emotional denominators I see with this dis-ease. I also […]


How You Feel ABOUT Your Problem Can Be A Major Clue

March 13, 2012

I always have clients ask me how I’m going to figure out what emotional events from their past are ones that may be affecting them today. First off, I am constantly reminding people that what we think of as trauma and what actually traumatizes us are two different things. Often the major events in our […]


Fears and Excessive Worry

February 23, 2012

  From the first day I started to work with Amy I felt more confident in my ability to resolve my own problems. She taught me Emotional Freedom Technique and other energy techniques to help myself. In my case, I have to deal with the sequels of a debilitating disease, so every thing happening to my body […]