Mon, 15 June 2015
Healing Abuse| Episode 20| EPTworks Listen, Love, Give Podcast | Holistic Emotional Therapy | Forgiveness
EPTworks: Listen, Love, Give Podcast
Hi I'm Dr. Annette Cargioli the forgiveness doctor. I'm here to help you create phenomenal, health happiness and new life with energy, intuition, and forgiveness. Ept is short for emotional polarity technique, an innovative holistic emotional therapy that will change your life for good. You can subscribe to this podcast and get free EPT training at www.eptworks.com and like us on Facebook.
A study of nearly 4,000 men and women revealed that 32 percent of men and 23 percent of women typically kept their feelings bottled up during marital spats.
Women who didn't speak their minds in those fights were four times more likely to die during the 10-year study period as women who always spoke their minds.
In fact, self-silencing takes a surprising physical toll on women.
Other studies have linked the trait to numerous psychological and physical health risks including: depression, eating disorders and heart disease.
Additionally, the way you interact during marital arguments is as important a heart risk factor as whether you smoke or have high cholesterol, says Timothy W. Smith, a psychology professor at the University of Utah.
For women, whether her husband's arguing style is warm or hostile had the biggest impact on her health.
Interestingly, the level of warmth or hostility had no impact on men's heart health. Instead, the men's heart risk increased if disagreements with his wife involved a battle for control-- regardless of whether he or his wife was the one vying for control..
A study that evaluated 600 women between the ages of 30 and 65 over the course of 10 years revealed that loving and healthy relationships had a positive influence on the way the heart functioned.
In this podcast, titled HEALING ABUSE, you will learn:
-How to spot abuse in a client
-How to handle a client who is in an abusive relationship.
-Why abuse and chronic illness usually go together
-How EPT can help empower those who are in abusive relationships to make the best possible decisions for their life.
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