Leslie had an intense fear of driving over bridges and over some elevated on-ramps to major highways. This was not a mild discomfort, rather, it was a panic attack. Not all bridges or on-ramps evoked this anxiety but enough of them did that her family and friends knew there are certain routes Leslie was not … Continue reading A real game changer
I wish you all happiness for the Holidays and a fresh New Year. Here is a little gift which is a complement to the book; “The Portal To Your Inner World”. It’s a five minute video which demonstrates the Stored Feelings Reintegration process. Steve, Jennifer’s husband said, “Jennifer has quit throwing things when she gets angry and … Continue reading Happiness for the Holidays!
Rich McDaniel has lovingly written a very important book. “Why do I have so many negative thoughts?” “Why do I have an irrational fear of failing?” “Why do I feel anxious in ostensibly innocuous situations?” The original sources of these and the myriad other adverse predispositions that are part of the human condition are frequently … Continue reading A journey to understand the essence of who we are.
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In August of 2015, Steve and I began exploring the idea of living together, getting married and creating clarity around our 8+ year relationship. We like to call this the honeymoon phase! There were a lot of reasons we had not done this before;… Continue reading What can you do when the best things in life trigger strong negative emotions?
Too often, thoughts and feelings are presented as competing or opposing forces in our lives, the cause of internal strife and dysfunctional actions. Rich McDaniel asks us to understand and explore feelings that we may have stored for years. In the process, we discover so much more about who we are and why we act … Continue reading This book will impact your approach to life for years to come.
As a clinical psychologist (now retired), I have long believed (and there is strong evidence to support this assertion) that many significant emotional issues are rooted in unprocessed powerful emotional experiences in early life. Common examples are when youth are unable to process experiences of grief and loss (death, divorce, rejection, etc.) While a certain … Continue reading What can you do when you can’t “think your way out” of painful emotions?