What Makes Men Violent?

What Makes Men Violent?

When I heard about the last mass shooting in Vegas, I felt physically ill.  If the shooter was a Muslim or anything other than White, the media and politicians would label him as a terrorist.

If the shooter is White, they say that he has mental health issues.

But what has been the common denominator in 88 out of the last 91 shootings?  It is that the shooter is a male.

While most men are not violent, most of the violence is committed by men.   In fact, 90% of homicides are by men.   And it is time that we as a country start to address the underlying causes before more lives are lost!

So what makes men violent?

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Adventures in Pregnancy with the Body Code

Adventures in Pregnancy with the Body Code

I have a client who was told very young that she wouldn’t be able to get pregnant, and then she had an ectopic pregnancy in her 20’s.  Now in her late 30’s, thanks to our work with the Body Code, she is pregnant!  We also used the Body Code to help the fetus travel safely from the fallopian tubes to the uterus.   One of the most moving part of the experience was finding

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What Your Dentist Isn’t Telling You About Mercury

What Your Dentist Isn’t Telling You About Mercury

Do you still have mercury fillings?

Did you know that in 1991, the World Health Organization admitted that the predominant source of mercury is from your fillings?  Check out the graph on this video!

Your dentist may have once told you that the mercury in your mouth is inert. But check out the video of the vapors coming from mercury with just the slightest stimulation!

How toxic is mercury?  

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Can We Reverse Alzheimer’s with the Body Code?

Can We Reverse Alzheimer’s with the Body Code?

As a researcher in the fields of Neuroscience and Epidemiology, my primary research was in determining the underlying causes of Alzheimer’s. While I have believed that Alzheimer’s is preventable for a long time, when I was introduced to the Body Code, I began to wonder if it might be reversible.   My first (probable) Alzheimer’s client gave me a lot of hope that it might be.

Here is the story:

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Six Steps to Handling Stressful Situations We Can’t Control

Six Steps to Handling Stressful Situations We Can’t Control

This year America has been in crisis mode!   With Hurricane Harvey and then Irma, the fires in the West coast, and the threats of nuclear war, I found the news to be extremely stressful!   Lucky for me, this onslaught of bad news came when I was able to handle it.   Years ago, I would have probably gotten overwhelmed and freaked out, and it would have effected my ability to work and sleep.

When the bad news just keeps coming, what is the best way to get through it and stay strong?  

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