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Good morning, afternoon or evening wherever you are in the world.
Parental Alienation is a worldwide problem with very little support to help us through it, that is why earlier this year I launched Emotional Healing Retreat
Our other site http://parentalalienation-pas.com has been running for over 5 years now. This site is all about a very large global group of people who have been through, or are currently going through Parental Alienation.
I am also one of the founders of NAAP National Association of Alienated Parents.
I receive many emails, letters and phone calls and have helped people struggling and desperate to find a way to deal with this growing problem. I am a qualified Reiki Master (7 years) and can help people through using the body’s own natural healing processes develop emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being.
Some of us have been previously married to people with NPD who have used the children/grandchildren as a weapon to try to control. Others have been estranged for financial reasons, and some for no reason at all!!
We are not Doctors or experts but have been through enough to share our experiences and maybe help others to gain a better understanding of how to manage and deal with Parental Alienation.
Some of us are healed, some of us are healing and some of us are not quite sure where we are!
The more we share, the more we understand, the more we understand the easier it is to deal with. Knowledge is a wonderful thing, that is why we decided to launch our Emotional Healing Retreat in France.
Taking care of your body and mind is the first part of the solution.
YES You Can Heal Your Life
All the theory in the world is useless unless we know how to apply it and make change.
The principles we will be working with at our Emotional Healing Retreat are:
- One to One Counseling
- Diet and Nutrition
- Nurturing the willingness to let go
- Controlling the mind
- Releasing the need
- Physical releasing
- Letting the past hold you back
- Dissolving Resentment
- Learning how forgiveness of self and others releases us
- Building the new
We offer group retreats or one to one bespoke retreats with follow-up support online through Skype or FB or Whats App.
Alternatively if you are unable to attend one of our retreats we can offer a coaching session on Skype or FB or Whats App directly with me.
Please contact me through the contact form on this website if you are interested.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Hypothalamic conditions can cause a range of symptoms. Which symptoms you may experience depend on the part of the hypothalamus and types of hormones involved.
Some symptoms that could signal a hypothalamus problem include:
- unusually high or low blood pressure
- body temperature fluctuations
- unexplained weight gain or loss
- changes in appetite
- short stature
- delayed onset of puberty
- frequent urination
Emotion-focused coping involves trying to reduce the negative emotional responses associated with stress such as embarrassment, fear, anxiety, depression, excitement and frustration. This may be the only realistic option when the source of stress is outside the person’s control.
Drug therapy can be seen as emotion focused coping as it focuses on the arousal caused by stress not the problem. Other emotion focused coping techniques include:
- Distraction, e.g. keeping yourself busy to take your mind off the issue.
- Emotional disclosure. This involves expressing strong emotions by talking or writing about negative events which precipitated those emotions (Pennebaker, 1995) This is an important part of psychotherapy.
- Praying for guidance and strength.
- Meditation, e.g. mindfulness.
- Eating more, e.g. comfort food.
- Drinking alcohol.
- Using drugs.
- Journaling, e.g. writing a gratitude diary (Cheng, Tsui, & Lam, 2015).
- Cognitive reappraisal. This is a form of cognitive change that involves construing a potentially emotion-eliciting situation in a way that changes its emotional impact (Lazarus & Alfert, 1964).
- Suppressing (stopping/inhibition of) negative thoughts or emotions. Suppressing emotions over an extended period of time compromises immune competence and leads to poor physical health (Petrie, K. J., Booth, R. J., & Pennebaker, 1988).