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aka Bugsy, Female, from Central British Columbia, Canada

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  • My Story

    I encountered Dr. Sarno's book on healing back pain in the early 90s and credit it with my recovery from debilitating back pain. Later, the same ideas helped with fibromyalgia and many other conditions as I went through a series of tms equivalents. Right now, I am trying to dig out the specifics of my problem which have their roots in an anxious temperament and an thoroughly unpleasant childhood.

    Recently, I've learned about Internal Family Systems which is a way to work with our "parts" or sub-personalities. For me, it works. Even more recently, I've been seeing an Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapist (ISTDP) which is also helping enormously.

    Here's me in a nutshell: world traveler, helping amateur, Baha'i. I live on a lake in the Chilcotin region of British Columbia. Photos here, if you are interested: http://www.flickr.com/photos/44652461@N00/sets/72157636705130115/
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    Gender:
    Female
    Home Page:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcUYl32vcPI
    Location:
    Central British Columbia, Canada
    Occupation:
    retired journalist, counsellor, ESL teacher
    I encountered Dr. Sarno's book on healing back pain in the early 90s and credit it with my recovery from debilitating back pain. Later, the same ideas helped with fibromyalgia and many other conditions as I went through a series of tms equivalents. Right now, I am trying to dig out the specifics of my problem which have their roots in an anxious temperament and an thoroughly unpleasant childhood.

    Recently, I've learned about Internal Family Systems which is a way to work with our "parts" or sub-personalities. For me, it works. Even more recently, I've been seeing an Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapist (ISTDP) which is also helping enormously.

    Here's me in a nutshell: world traveler, helping amateur, Baha'i. I live on a lake in the Chilcotin region of British Columbia. Photos here, if you are interested: http://www.flickr.com/photos/44652461@N00/sets/72157636705130115/