Mr Angry gets a cough!

There’s some interesting research just published that demonstrates how being angry and hostile can speed the process of declining lung power. In a study of 670 men ranging in age from 45 to 86, they found that males who had higher levels of long-standing anger at the start of the eight-year project had significantly poorer […] Read more »

A client's account of EFT therapy (Part 2)

Here’s the concluding part of my client’s account of our sessions Cynicism hadn’t deserted me completely however and, after our first session ( all sessions are conducted in comfortable, private surroundings, on a one to one basis and confidentiality is clearly something very important to Andy), I reflected that what I had felt was just […] Read more »

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Is (in)dependence slowing you down?

Dependent (de-pen-dent) – adjective Relying on someone or something else for aid, support, etc conditioned or determined by something else; contingent; subordinate; subject: a dependent territory. I’ve been avoiding sending some business letters for the past couple of weeks, and I couldn’t figure out why. I want what the new business may provide, and I […] Read more »

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Fingertip EFT

EFT works by tapping on various points on the face, body and hand. You can use this cut down version of EFT to stimulate your meridian system by tapping on the points on the fingers. This is an effective and discrete way to get relief from stressful feelings. With practice this can be done discretely […] Read more »

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A client's account of EFT therapy (Part 1)

Most people haven’t a clue what goes on in EFT sessions, so it’s very nice to be able to present an client’s eye view. This client very kindly offered to write up her experience of four EFT sessions we had around the theme of caring for a cancer patient. It’s quite a long letter so […] Read more »

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