Stressing about Osteoporosis or Osteopenia

May 16, 2013

There is a lot of new information about the negative effects of stress in our lives. For many of us just getting the diagnosis of Osteoporosis or Osteopenia is a stressful event. Most of the women who find my site are looking for alternative options to the drugs so they are often women who eat right, exercise and have a healthy lifestyle and they are very upset that they got diagnosed along with everyone else.

Many women also read all the fear-based advertising of the drug companies and that produces more stress. Last week I had robot phone calls day after day saying that 50% of women over 50 get bone fractures and die and that is just malarkey. To target older women in this invasive way is totally unacceptable. I don’t know what they were selling because I just hung up but I’m sure it was something that would not be good for me.

90% of doctor visits last year were attributed to stress-related diseases. And stress happens to all of us, even those who pay a lot of attention to their health. There is the physical stress of menopause, then often stress from children growing up and leaving – or not – and older parents needing more help. Lots of things are going on around this time of life that are stressful. And the truth is that many aspects of our lives are not totally in our control.

So I have a quick and easy way to remove stress from your lives. It is called Tapping and I’ve been using it for a year or so. My life has become so much more joyful. When I look back on my old self I’m embarrassed by the things I said and did under stress.
Who was that person?? But I’m sure you know what I mean. I don’t think there is any woman alive who doesn’t blush to remember some of the drama she created during PMS episodes due to hormonal stresses.

I actually became a lot more tolerant when I realized that most disruptions in relationships are caused by talking with people when they are under stress. I realize now that the person I wanted to talk to isn’t really there, better to tap down their stress if they are willing, and then you can have a conversation that will please you both.
You know how you are kinder when you know someone has had a death in the family or a divorce, well there are a zillion other little stresses than add up in people’s lives. Basically I am realizing that anytime anyone is mean or nasty they must have be under huge cumulative stress and if I respond with kindness that may help a bit.

I’ve made a video to show you how to do this. It is sooo easy, children and grandparents can learn it in half an hour. 

Stressed about Osteopenia or Osteoporosis
Excuse the jerks, I had to shorten all the pauses to fit into the Youtube 10 minute length allowance.

Tapping is based on meridian therapies discovered by the Chinese thousands of years ago plus some tools from Neuro Linguistic Programming. It is a technique that disconnects us from our daily trances and wakes us up by tapping gently on the meridians concerned with fight or flight responses. No-one really knows how it works but it is a form of magic that is amazingly beneficial. You can tap on any emotional upset and make it feel better in just minutes.

Often while tapping for an event in present time you will remember a past event that triggered the reaction. For instance if you were bitten by a certain kind of dog as a child you may have regular fear reactions and bad experiences with dogs. By tapping on the event that you remember you can clear that also and then you won’t keep recreating it with new actors in your life.

Sometimes more deep-rooted problems would need the help of a tapping coach.We often have a blind eye to our most vulnerable past incidents and need help to clear them. Dealing with loss, grief, depression or addictions also would probably need some help. I have been coaching for about six months now and I have seen incredible changes in people who had totally abusive childhoods. They have regained their capacity for joy and peace. The old movies have been replaced by positive plans for the future.
I love this work!

So let me know if there is any specific problem you would like me to address and I will make some more videos if there is enough interest.

May you have peace of mind in your life.

Until next time,

Pam

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May 16, 2013
Categories: About Me, Lifestyle, Tapping, Uncategorized

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