Remember this☝️ • • ... also take note that just because you understand what people might be going through, doesn’t mean you need to put up with their abuse. This took me a long time to get to this clarity. First you draw a boundary to slow their roll, then after they’ve calmed down, you can let them know that you understand how they’re feeling. • • Also, some might wonder why I don’t post more about the physical aspects of my work & why I’m always posting all these psychological/emotionally based posts. You’re probably correct, I should post more about the physical aspects of my work in more detail, but I haven’t because it’s not something easily explained, it must be experienced. Actually, and to be quite honest, all my work must be experienced to truly understand & appreciate it. • • Also, most of my posts are for current & past clients as a reminder throughout the week, as to certain themes that come up in our conversations & bodywork sessions together. That and, these posts have become a kind of daily meditation for me to sit down each day for a few minutes in order to create. • • Motivated to heal something in your life & looking for a fresh perspective on how to do it? Click on my complimentary health & life questionnaire link in my profile. • • Haroldturk.com/blog #coaching #selfawareness #change #lifecoach #healing #healingwithharold #pain #love #wellness #health #bodyworker #body #bodypain #bodytherapy #Mindbodycoach #mindbodyconnection #maorihealing #back-pain #neckpain #chiropractor #chiropractic #headache #lowbackpain #bodytalk #bodypain #bodywisdom #abuse #boundaries #understanding #empath #compassion
- Debie Roberts
I first went to see Harold based on the recommendation of a friend of friend. Having had typical therapy sessions in my past, I was intrigued hearing about Harold's healing approach, so I reached out to him. In our first session, I was still reeling from my first divorce, my ex getting remarried, and navigating being a single mother to my son and daughter. Harold quickly helped me begin to understand how I needed to unlock my voice and communicate all the feelings I’ve been withholding in order to find my true stengths and to be the best me I can be. That was over five years ago. I've since lost my dear Mom, my stepfather and remarried, only to learn that my second husband was not at all the right fit for me. Through it all, Harold has been there. While my journey is still a work in progress to be sure, Harold continues to guide me and to help me heal, learn and grow.