Dr. Mary Cowley, TFT-VT, discusses trauma and demonstrates the TFT trauma relief tapping therapy algorithm. You might also like:
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According to Herrmann Solutions, numerous recent surveys, confirm that innovation as one of their top priorities, showing that innovation fuels long-term growth. Business leaders deliver speech after speech calling for a fresh commitment to new ideas, emulating the Steve Jobs’s of the world,...
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According to Deborah Braconnier of physorg.com, a research study from the University of Texas, revealed that Europeans are happier when they have a day off and work less, while their American counterparts would rather be working those extra hours. Published...
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