"There was no one near to confuse me, so I was forced to become an original"


Joseph Haydn

Mountains in Clouds

"Before I started seeing Adrienne on a regular basis, my scar was starting to get hard and dark and it tingled and pulled and I refused to admit that it hurt. I had been living on a daily dose of NSAIDS just at the suggested limit (because I can't drive with my prescription pain killers) and falling asleep every night with a heating pad on my tummy. I was having trouble touching and being touched by strangers, and I was... just having issues dealing with trauma. But I was determined to work again and to become "normal". Around the time I started receiving weekly MFR treatment, I started seeing a therapist. She says that "normal" is just a setting on the washing machine. I don't know. I do know that I've gotten better sleep and gotten closer to "the answers" during MFR sessions than during therapy. So, I'm working again. Everyone who sees my scar tells me how great/soft/pink it looks, and it doesn't hurt these days unless I'm actually overdoing it (read: not just doing laundry without taking breaks). I can keep commitments and sleep at night and be productive during the day and make plans for the future. I am well on my way to reaching my goals and being able to move out of this phase of my life. And I feel prepared to actually go through with it.   Thanks, Adrienne!"

Cortney G.