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Fears And Phobias


Bathroom phobia

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by Mary Sise


I have a wonderful story to share. Approx. 3 months ago I was helping a trauma survivor who, since the traumas 30 years ago, has been unable to use a public bathroom. This was quite a problem, in that even at work, she'd have to go home to use the bathroom. (as you might imagine, some of her abuse occurred in the bathroom). Even though we had used traditional talk therapy for this, the phobia persisted. SUDS [0-10 intensity] rating 10. I had just finished the first video of the EFT Course and figured "what the heck!." Imagine her glee after a few rounds and she was able to use the public bathroom where I work.

Now three months later the results are the same and she has been able to free herself from this horrid reminder of the abuse. I am continually in awe of this powerful healing tool, and thankful for Gary and others who have shared it. May we all continue to be a light for others and blessings to you all during this holiday season.


Mary Sise


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