Testimony from John in Surrey

Tony Thank you for your amazing support over the last 12 years. I saw you twelve years ago after you were recommended by a close friend. You listened to me for hours, sharing my traumas and worries, you helped me accept these things and most importantly told me how I could deal with them. A […]

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A glimpse into the near future.

As Rone™ Therapy will one day become the norm. two other items have been bought to our attention recently, neither are new in conception. The first is quantum computing. First initiated in 1980. This is not just an upgrade, more like going from the invention of the wheel to landing on the moon. It will […]

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Stammering

Stammering or stuttering can be a severe problem for those who suffer from it. I stuttered until I left school. No teacher ever asked me to answer a question. In my 11 plus oral examination, the panel answered all the questions for me and I passed. Whatever the cause for stammering it will be a […]

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Skeletons in the Cupboard? We Remove Them!

Most people have skeletons in the cupboard. Things we’ve done or said that haunt us. Most are silly things that you can dismiss as part of a learning curve, but there are others that are still going on. Mistakes you made that prevent you from trying again. Words that people have said that haunt you, […]

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Drugs and alchohol are NOT addictive.

I’ve proved it many times, but it was proven way back in the 1970’s by Canadian psychologist Bruce K. Alexander and his colleagues at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada. Called. Rat Park, it was a study into drug addiction and published in 1981. This link to Wikipedia tells all. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rat_Park I saw a […]

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Where pain is expensive! (Andy Murray)

One of Britain’s greatest tennis players has been forced to quit the US open because of hip pain. Professional sports people of the highest degree often suffer the same problem, but no one seems to recognise the cause. The symptom is pain, but the cause is emotional in 99% of cases. Take Andy, he tries […]

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Anxiety Disorder

An anxiety disorder is a very unpleasant state of inner turmoil. It is more often than not felt as feelings of dread. However, anxiety is not the same as fear, anxiety is the anticipation of future fear and can be a feeling of discomfort and concern. It is frequently accompanied by muscular tension or pain, […]

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Symptoms Of Depression

How do you know if you have depression? The psychological signs and symptoms of depression include, but are not limited to continuous low mood or sadness, feeling hopeless and helpless. Experiencing a  low self-esteem, feeling tearful,  guilt-ridden,  irritable and intolerant of others. Void of any  enthusiasm or interest in things, finding it challenging to make […]

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When you are near the end……….

This must have been written by a person who cares for the elderly at the end of their time here. ‘Steve I was reading something the other day. In years to come when you look back at your life over say the last five years what do you think would be your biggest regret or […]

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Testimony from Sheila in West Sussex

Dear Tony, Just thought I would let you know how I am coping after six weeks.  Stopping taking my antidepressants was a big step for me as they had been my crutch for 3 years. I have my energy and my personality back which had diminished after my son died. I am also more tolerant […]

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