Bubbly Linda

Linda (not her real name) is a 38-year old woman who was recently diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Linda has been a bubbly, go-getter of a woman and is often known for her can-do attitude in life, despite whatever obstacle may come up. However, the last few years of her life have been throwing her quite a few obstacles. Linda has been struggling with severe weight issues, recovering from a dysfunctional relationship and amidst this, she had multiple career transitions. One day Linda woke up with intense tingling and numbness running through her arms and legs. This led her to a specialist’s office where, after exhausting tests, they told her what she had feared was true. She was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

After that day, Linda decided to take a grand inventory of her life and decided that she would not let this beat her, and that it was time to take life back into her own hands. She decided to put together an action plan. As part of that plan, she sought the services of a Reconnective Healing™ Practitioner. She tackled her issues from many directions, including medical care and the support of her friends and family.

Before beginning her medical care, Linda made a point to first have 2 sessions of Reconnective Healing™. During her sessions, the tingling/numbness from the MS subsided to merely neglible amounts and that gave her confidence to move ahead on other fronts.

After just six months of great work on herself, including 1 more session of Reconnective Healing™ in combination with traditional medical care and support, she is happy to report some outstanding results. The lesions on her brain/spine, caused by the MS, are 98% gone and her weight is firmly in control and heading consistently toward her lifetime goal weight. Overall, Linda’s energy and vitality have shifted upwards dramatically and she finds herself physically, mentally and emotionally better than ever in her life. And, of course, she reports that Reconnective Healing™ was a big part of the process and is happy that "one kind of ‘tingle’ helped to eliminate the other."

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