Tag Archives: anxiety

    Categories Podcast, young brain

    Restless Nights!

    We all have restless nights. We have nights that keep us tossing and turning in our sheets.  Many of us may be experiencing this phenomenon right now.  Trust me I have experienced it several times during this pandemic but last night I was reminded that our children experience our stress too.  My son Lucas has anxiety and trouble sleeping sometimes.  And it always happens on days that I experience extra stress.  And yesterday reminded me that my children are affected by my stress.  In the midst of all my responsibilities, I forgot to be the mom he deserves.  I failed to be the fun and creative mom that supports him during this crisis.  I failed to take him outdoors to play.  I didn’t use science and art to foster his creativity.  I didn’t spend quality time with him.   He spent all day in front of video games and talking to his friends.  I even forgot to read him a book or play him a meditation before bed.  It is all pretty ironic since, I just published a book, which I wrote for him in the summer of 2019.  I realized he felt all my stress and anxiety last summer and wrote a little book to help him understand.  And last week, I read him the book and played him the meditation.  He enjoyed them both and drifted off to sleep but last night was different.  I thought about the meditation but didn’t play it.  I thought about the book but didn’t read it. So today, I will do it right.  I will read the book and meditation to him.  And tomorrow you can all hear it on the radio tomorrow at 7am and 7pm.


    On tomorrows Podcast, I focus on the stress and anxiety people are experiencing now during the pandemic.  And I read the book I wrote in the summer to help Lucas with anxiety. I wrote it long ago but never released it.  I pushed through my own resistance this month to support the families that have been reaching out to me support.  Families with special needs children face additional hardships that others don’t experience during this time.  There are many families stressed out and looking for ways to help their children during this stressful time.  I decided to share this book because people are experiencing sensory overload, anxiety and overwhelm during this crisis.  The experience is exponentially more intense due to the confinement in our homes for extended periods of time.  And children with special needs, anxiety and sensory issues experience this stimuli exponentially more.  I created this special Crisis Meditation and book to promote relaxation and calm for the entire family.  It is ideal to practice repetition to tackle the stress effectively.  I recommend families use this tool twice a day to support your child and yourself during times of stress.  This special hypnosis meditation is designed to calm the nervous system and boost the immune system.  It uses imagery, visualization and Ho’oponopono to create a soothing and supportive resource for the whole family.  I shares the meditation on the second half of podcast.  The meditation audio is available  for download on her website at: Meditation

    Categories Advice, flare up, Health

    Open the door!!

    Do you feel trapped? Trapped in a vicious cycle of anxiety, stress and tension.  Feeling trapped was a huge part of my health journey but I was completely oblivious until now.   The emotional journey began this summer after I had healed the physical pain and symptoms.  The time for emotional healing and reflection was here and I was ready and open for it.  I began my emotional journey with holistic treatments and finally decided on hypnosis.  The hypnosis and transformational regressions helped me identify my feelings and emotions.  These emotions continued to reemerge and my progress would come to a halt.  Now, I realize I had been trapped in a vicious cycle of emotional pain that continuously locked the door to my future.  Little struggles, obstacles, relationships and stress continued to cause me to feel trapped.  I didn’t realize that theses emotional struggles were causing me physical symptoms as well.  It sounds crazy, I know, but its true.  Every time I felt trapped and unable to move forward in my career, a new symptoms would emerge and my progress would stop.  I have experienced many symptoms through this emotional healing journey.  I have felt physical pain, skin eruptions, illness and infections. I didn’t realize the emotional and physical symptoms were all linked together, until I started to reflect and journal.  I noticed some people and situations in life caused me to continue this pattern of disruption and destruction.  I’m sure you have heard this before, connect with people that boost you up and break the bonds with those that don’t.  It is often hard to identify the individuals that are harmful to our happiness and joy.  Trust me it is a lifelong journey to wellness and disconnecting from these people that bring you down is the key.  People that give off negative energy will pass it on to you.  I realized months ago that I feel the pain and stress of others I am close too.  If I have an emotional connection then your physical and emotional pain resonates throughout my body.  It can be a burden and a curse if I don’t break that connection with those that don’t want to be helped.  Absorbing the pain of others is toxic and harmful to my health.  It brings me down and shuts my progress.  Breaking that physical connection and identifying those people that bring be down has been the most difficult part of my journey.  The first step is breaking the connection and the second is tapping back into my positivity.  I had become disconnected from my physical need to unwind, relax and stress.  I had become so stuck in the pain of others that I had forgotten about my own.  I forgot that I am important and I come first.  It isn’t easy to tackle emotional pain and obstacles but I am determined to succeed.  I am finally free of the toxic pain I’ve been holding.  I am here with open arms for those that choose happiness.  I am ready to open the door to my future.  I am ready to help those heal that choose to make themselves the priority.  I am Finally Free…..

    Categories Advice, Anxiety, Health

    Stress and Anxiety

    Stress and Anxiety impact your health by increasing free radical damage and stress on your cells.  We don’t realize the damage as it is occurring daily, and the little symptoms as they arise.  Stress impacts our bodies in a variety of ways. Some examples are libido, memory, indigestion, blemishes, headaches, weight gain, muscle pain, nails, hair loss, fatigue and back acne.

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