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Family Matters with Dr. Kathleen Reay 4/18/2012

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Every one of us gets thrown curveballs throughout life. Sometimes those curveballs can be confusing and overwhelming. Sometimes they seem like nothing at all. But, did you know that small, medium, big, or gigantic-sized curveballs are actually a form of trauma? Single or multiple traumas can actually create imbalances in our brain and nervous system that can negatively impact how we think, feel and act in life. This is a scientific fact. If we don’t effectively release the energy of trauma, it becomes frozen in our brain and nervous system and can cause a variety of problems including depression, anxiety attacks, phobias, numbness, stress, forgetfulness, addictions, sleeplessness, loneliness, chronic pain, headaches, and many other complaints. When any of these complaints occur, then it can be difficult to function at work, at school, or in relationships.

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