Memorial day

Today we are remembering our Soldiers who died in Service. Let’s also pause and remembering all the Soldiers that throughout the wars have come home with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or other mental illnesses.

These Soldiers, and their families, suffered and suffer for the rest of their life if nothing is being done to support them. In my work I meet children and grandchildren of Traumatized Soldiers who them self are suffering from having lived with a dad who could easily explode in anger or a dad who wasn’t capable of showing emotions at all.

Often only little help is offered, but there are hope for a better life. A life with less reactions and a higher quality of life. I just worked with a client who from a mere 5 sessions with me went from having more than 25 body-reactions a day to less than 1,5. Most days, today, she hardly experience any reactions, and only in stress full situations do they increase to 2 – 4 a day. This can be your experience too, if you are ready to work for you.

Are you interested in living a higher quality of life and increase your inner peace? Contact me today by sending an email to [email protected] and I will set up a free introduction call with you.