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  1. I like rock bands! I really do! And my favourite yadrock band is Hootie & Blowfish! All band members has re-united to give more than 50 concerts for their fans in 2019! To know more about Hootie and The Blowfish in 2019 visit website Hootie and the Blowfish tour New Orleans. You won’t miss any performance this year if you click on the link!

  2. Hello Tessa,
    I just read you story again and it always brings me tears of joy!
    Thank you for sharing. I am looking forward to our talk later this month…..my husband and I are off to Costa Rica soon for 2 weeks to get some sunshine and to simply “relax.”
    Back,
    Sally

    1. Hi Sally! I am clearly not great at checking my comments here! Need to get better! Thank you for your comment :) I am so happy you are doing things like going to Costa Rica now! You are amazing!

  3. Tessa is awesome! she coached me initially and I have gotten great results, guidance, and clarity, see in our next sesh :)

    1. Aww thank you for your kinds words, Victor! It has been a pleasure coaching you, you have worked so hard to get to where you are! So proud of you!

  4. Thank you so much for your story! I have been doing DNRS for almost 5 months, and I am incredibly grateful for every success as I go along. I wept when I read that you thought you had to heal alone. I have felt the same way and although I have worked some with a coach I have not posted very much on the forum and have been very closed off to sharing much with family and friends. Thank you for bringing this “alone thing” to my attention.

    1. Hi Amber! You are certainly not alone and being on the forum/doing buddy rounds will help you feel more connected! Don’t wait! :) I am glad that my story gave you a feeling of connection, that’s so important!

  5. Hello Tessa!
    I have scheduled my first coaching session with you for next week!
    I had not read your story before booking and I am so glad I just found this! Thank you for sharing your story and all the other useful information! I have had a bad day and this has given me hope – I can’t wait to connect with you!
    Sincerely,
    Jonna

    1. Hi Jonna! Sorry for the delay, I am just seeing this!!! It was so wonderful speaking with you and I look forward to our next call! I’m so glad my story gave you hope :)

  6. Hello;
    Thank you so much for taking the time to detail all of your story. It is quite helpful and eye-opening. In part of your story you mentioned many symptoms and one was problems with your balance. I have had problems with this off and on for 10 years. I have to hold onto the walls to walk in my house (I have other symptoms but this is the worst one right now). It is very scary. Was this similar to you or have you heard of this before in people with limbic system impairment? I have, at times, been in a wheelchair. Your story of how you believe your illness started was so interesting to me because I had suspected something a bit similar had started my issues. My mom was sick a lot when I was little and in the hospital a couple of times and I never felt safe or that someone could protect me. There was always a background sense of fear following me everywhere if I stayed still or quiet enough to pay attention which I have always tried not to do. Anyway, do you remember what this “sense of balance” felt like? Thank you!

    1. Hi Cathy! Thank you for your message :)
      For me, that particular ‘it’ was pretty constant, but did not require me to hold on to walls. I definitely had to do that a few times, though! I have had many clients since I’ve been coaching with DNRS who have that ‘it’ in the exact same way that you have it…and they have recovered using the program. The less fear you associate with it or link to it, the easier your limbic system will be able to heal from it!

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