Wellness Weekly Feb 1

Welcome to Wellness Weekly: Your Perfect Pick-Me-Up for the Weekend.

As a valued member of our community, we want to make sure you enjoy the benefits and the very best resources from this revolutionary approach to transforming lives.

To make sure you’re not missing out, the Wellness Weekly is your pick up for the weekend, with all the latest up to date special offers, events, highlights, and expertise.

How to Cut Back on Alcohol

As we come to the end of ‘Dry January’, it’s a good time to think about healthy habits.  If you managed to keep January alcohol-free then congratulations. Know that you are making life-enhancing choices and feel proud of your new healthier lifestyle. If you need a little extra help and motivation, then here are some useful things to consider...

This week’s relevant resource and free gift:

Your News and Views:

We are so proud of our incredible community and the success you are achieving. Each week we’ll feature one piece of feedback you’ve sent us, to share your REAL LIFE STORIES and achievements. Email any feedback to [email protected].

This week we share the brave story of a 35 year old client of Phelps Noteril, who wrote the following testimonial about how RTT saved his life for his young family:

“I lost my mum a year ago, and the grief was like nothing I had ever experienced. In my pain I turned to alcohol and drugs. I had known for some years that I had an alcohol problem, to the degree that I used to quit for three months every year. But after Mum died I declined hard into alcoholism, drinking daily just to cope with the oppressive, overwhelming feelings. 

I started seeing a psychotherapist and eventually managed to quit. I went to addiction recovery sessions several times a week, but it was not enough to stop me from relapsing. Eventually it became too much of a strain for my marriage, and we separated temporarily. After which I sank again into full-blown active addiction and depression. I was at rock bottom, and saw no way out, no way back to my family.

My mum was a hypnotherapist, so I had some experience with it. However, I was still sceptical. I had heard a podcast of Marisa Peer talking about RTT and found myself excited at the prospect, whilst also cynical about the supposed results. Anything that it advertised as only needing one session I am naturally sceptical of!

I had the most powerful, transformative experience. Something more than just curing an alcohol addiction happened. In the lead up to the session I was severely depressed, borderline suicidal. I could not see a way to get out of the hole I was in and get my family back.

The transformation in me was noticeable by all those around me, friends and family alike. My dad, who I was living with at the time, said that after months of me barely talking, it was like I was suddenly back again.

For anyone that might question how addicted I was, one week before my RTT session I was drinking each day, usually from morning to blackout, and I was stealing money from my family in order to fund my addiction.

RTT has literally saved my life. I don’t mean existentially necessarily, although I was depressed to the point of suicidal thoughts. Rather, I mean my life with my family, with my wife and young children.

RTT was the lifeboat that saved me from the sinking ship that was my life in addiction. It rescued me when I was drowning, and gave me the chance to change for the better. In a very real sense, it gave me my life back.”

Upcoming events:

RTT™ Annual Conference, London 23 Feb 2019. Tickets for this event in London, which includes a beautiful lunch, are selling fast so make sure you book now: https://bit.ly/2CrJtxY. IET London, 2 Savoy Place, WC2R0BL

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