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Nov
29

Just What is Books Neural Therapy™?

JUST WHAT IS BOOKS NEURAL THERAPY™? A combination of treatments unlike any other.                             Chapter 3, “House of Miracles”                          By Bernice Dotz                Books Neural Therapy™ is a unique, non-force, non-drug therapy developed by Dr. Phyllis Books for treating various mechanical, neurological and emotional disorders.  Books Neural Therapy™ looks at the development of the whole body, not just one part.          Books Neural Therapy™ uses a multidisciplinary approach.  Books Neural Therapy™ looks

Nov
5

Give Thanks Everyday

Is everyday Thanksgiving at your house?     Do songs of joy and praise roll off your lips first thing in the morning? Any morning? Every morning? Or might a touch of overwhelm meet you when you wake up?   During November and December in America, we emphasize gratefulness, family connections, and good cheer to all. Ideally, those values we hold near and dear to us on a daily basis, not just holiday times.   It’s easy to have way too much to do during this season. So may I ask you to choose at least two things from this

Sep
8

9 Fun Things to do Outdoors as a Family

Summer or not, being outside is healthy and fun.  Being in nature encourages our natural curiosity and sense of exploration in simple but useful ways.  Time seems to slow down when we’re in nature.  How wonderful is that?? Research shows that people who spend time in nature have better health, increased levels of satisfaction, lower stress, and greater overall well-being. Are you looking for a few fun ways to involve your family with outdoor activities?  Try these: l) Family Olympics – Create your own version of Olympic events. Create an obstacle course, have hula-hoop contests, 50-yard dashes, relay races, basketball

Sep
8

Should September Really be the Beginning of the Year?

As summer draws nigh and people reassemble themselves for the coming months, I often wonder about the new year. The calendar reflects January as the beginning of the new year. But it seems to me that September, signaling summer’s end and the change to cooler weather, is when people hunker down anew – so maybe September should be the first month of the new year. Are you getting your new schedules in place? Are you allowing transition time for members to adjust to the fall demands? Planning ahead just a little can make the transitions smoother on everyone. Sitting down

Apr
10

Dyslexia Support Resources for Parents

When your child has dyslexia, you may feel alone with nowhere to turn. There are plenty of online resources for dyslexia support for parents, and here is just a sample of what is available. [divider] [dropcap2]1[/dropcap2] International Dyslexia Association: http://www.interdys.org With a mission of promoting literacy through research, education, and advocacy, IDA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that studies dyslexia. It has a worldwide focus and provides advocacy, dyslexia support for parents, and guidelines for service providers. The website provides extensive information about the latest research, a provider search, and access to dyslexia-related publications for its members.   [dropcap2]2[/dropcap2] National

Mar
8

Seeing with New Eyes: Parental Transformation

By Rosita Alvarez As a parent seeking to improve the life of my son, I journeyed through many stages of healing along his side.  I passed through an entire spectrum from denial all the way to liberation thanks to Books Neural Therapy. Yes, Denial was first. By six, I knew he was smart as he could memorize oral lessons effortlessly and repeat long poetry outloud. He could draw superbly and tell creative stories with funny imagination– better than most his age, yet he could not understand his letters phonetically at all or in writing. Two years later not much progress

Dec
7

5 Ways to Help Your Dyslexic Child Eat Better

Diet plays a pivotal role in reversing dyslexia. To give your child the greatest chance of success, it’s crucial that his or her diet is full of healthy, nutritious food that will provide the building blocks of the brain. Eating better is easy if you know what to do—here’s how. Eliminate sugar for at least two months. Sugar is a nutritionally empty food, and it can cause a host of health problems. To successfully reverse dyslexia, your child needs to be off sugar. If he or she has a sweet tooth, try fruit or snacks sweetened with stevia or xylitol.

Aug
22

How Stress Affects Your Body

Constant stress can increase your cholesterol, suppress your immune system and make your tummy ache. Personally, I wonder how our children handle all the modern stresses. Everything from having parents in the fast lane of life to trying to assimilate disasters like 9-11 and the Oklahoma bombing. How do little kids process that kind of information? Will we see an entire nation of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome adults as a result of it? What is the stress response? Often referred to as the “fight-or-flight” reaction, the stress response occurs automatically when you feel threatened. Your pituitary gland, located at the

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