Anger Management is a very important skill for returning troops and their families, as well as those who want to help them.
In my experience, rage happens when a person had to endure situations that are unforgivable, inexcusable and that violate what he/she believes in.
I have yest to see a soldier that is not outraged about something that he saw, was exposed to , did or couldn’t prevent from happening.
Even though EFT can take the charge out of those memories, in my experience, there are three steps necessary to truly heal rage:
Acknowledgement of what happened without judgment
Releasing the intensity with EFT tapping
Transformation of the experience, to find a deeper meaning and new purpose.
Please click on the link below to listen to the EFT Tapping podcast interview with Ingrid Dinter, conducted by Jondi Whitis from TapFest Radio
Listen to this exclusive interview with Bob Culver, one of our Vietnam Veterans who have been using EFT for their PTSD and war trauma.Read More
Imagine the relief overseas, when deployed soldiers know that their families are supported by their communities.
Here is a checklist of how to set this up.
Research shows that most Veterans prefer to talk to a family member or buddy over talking to a professional. When I first began to help Veterans with EFT, I needed to understand as much as possible why this would be the case, what it is that makes Veterans feel that they get more healing from…Read More
Statistics show that most Veterans ask their immediate private surrounding, their families and buddies, for help with their war trauma. But are those ley people prepared for this important taks?
EFT can be easily and effectively taught and applied, even by spouses with no background in mental health.