Silent Desperation

Silent Desperation

When we hide what should not be hidden inside, we become “Pretend People.”  You know those folks – the ones who smile even when their deepest desire is to scream, cry, hide in a bottle of alcohol or take a handful of pills. Sound like anyone you know?  Trauma and stress affect the mind, body, spirit, and relationships.  Friends, family, and probably many of the folks you walk by on the street are living with feelings of intense despair and isolation as they drown in their sea of hopelessness.  If you are struggling with the effects of trauma or abuse, you already know how much courage, strength, and resourcefulness it takes to simply get out of bed.

Every human being is a unique instrument through which the force of life expresses itself.  There are times when the body, mind, emotions, and soul need loving care and attention – a thorough “tune-up.”  The healing programs offered here are specifically designed for adults who have had or are currently experiencing high levels of stress and trauma.  Each modality offered is specifically tuned to what each individual needs to encourage the body to heal by helping settle and rebalance the mind, emotions, and spirit.  This type of natural healing is not a cookie-cutter, one size fits all program – everything is carefully tailored for each individual.

Why am I qualified to help you? Putting my education aside, it’s because I’ve been where you are. I wasn’t afraid of the dark during my trauma years; I was scared of who was hiding in it and what they might do to me.  I ran from my memories just like you may be doing.  I put on that fake smile to hide how devastated I felt inside.  I amputated my emotions and soul to appear healthy and feel safe.

I, like you, needed to heal my mind, body, and soul. I did just that, and now I devote my life to being an instrument of peaceful healing for others.  If what I’ve shared struck a chord in your heart and you’d like to learn more, email me at debbie@dengelmann.com.

Maybe I can’t stop the downpour, but I can walk in the rain with you until the sun begins to shine again.

Dr. Deb

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