An estimated 19 million adults in the U.S. are living with major depression, and more than 16 million have had at least one major depressive episode in a given year. Depression not only drains your energy and enthusiasm for life; it also makes it difficult to reach out for help, and can lead to isolation.
Depression can come in many forms, from major depression to a general dissatisfaction with life, or dysthymia. It can show up as sadness, a feeling of numbness, excess anger or irritability, low self-esteem, lack of direction in life, and a loss of joy or ability to experience pleasure.
Why do I know the PEACE Method work? Simply because in less than a month I was able to self-heal from the depression that I've been having for the last five 5 years.
While originally I did not know nor recognize that I was depressed, I couldn't find the motivation to work or find a job.
My wife couldn't believe that in such a short period of time I was able to heal on my own. Such an empowering feeling!
Nearly 85% of people have suffered from low self-esteem at some point in their lives. This can show up in a number of ways, from procrastination and indecisiveness to a fear of failure, irritability, feeling unloved, and a general nervous energy.
Whatever your issue, the PEACE method can help you to recognize your behavioral patterns and identify, one by one, the roots that trigger them. In just a session or two, you can eliminate these issues and transform your emotional response, so you’ll be free to live your fullest life as your proud, authentic, and fearless self.
If you experience a panic attack, the symptoms are even more pronounced: shaking, sweating, heart palpitations, and trouble breathing. Panic attacks can happen anywhere, at any time, and can be completely crippling.
Most healing techniques that address anxiety require many sessions over the course of months or even years. The PEACE method will help you deal with your anxiety quickly by accessing the bodily sensations behind it. We can help you overcome your worries and prevent panic attacks so you can feel more centered and face life’s challenges with confidence.
Maybe you’re not suffering from depression, but you lack motivation and inspiration. It’s hard to get moving, and you find yourself procrastinating at things you know you need to get done.
Procrastination can become a habit. Lack of motivation, feeling bored, and a general apathy toward life can be indications of a deeper issue at play. Little by little, these symptoms can feel like adding links to a chain you carry around, weighing you down more and more over time.