Author Archives: chrisgfroerer
WHAT IS RECOVERY? During my thirty three years as a stress therapist I have treated thousands of clients (both privately and in groups) suffering with acute stress symptoms (physical such as headaches, migraines, gastro-intestinal problems, chronic pain and muscle contraction … Continue reading
This is a blog I wrote two years ago and did not post because I felt strange writing so personally about my parents, however despite the passing of my dear father exactly a year ago, nothing much has changed … Continue reading
I recently wrote this article for a new publication called Yang Sheng (Nurturing Life). It is an E-magazine and a network for all practitioners of mind-body exercises (such as Qigong, taiji, yoga, reiki, mindfulness, TM, and meditation), health seekers, and … Continue reading
What areas in your life do you want to change and what areas in your life do you need to exit your comfort zones, in order to make lasting change in?
What in your opinion makes long term relationships thrive and grow over time? What leads to lasting love?
This inspirational you tube video was sent to me recently. As it so beautifully illustrates: there is always another way of seeing things. Everything has its opposite and practicing positive scanning (looking at what is working and what can go … Continue reading
The following article recently posted in Positive Psychology(April 27, 2011) by Bridget Grenville-Cleave is so inspiring and uplifting and makes so much sense. Happily, the research now backs up the important benefits of practicing gratitude. By commiting to making an … Continue reading