EFT for Dancers

The Absent Father Impact

Sadly, having a physically absent or emotionally missing father has become somewhat common in our society. Besides the tragic untimely death of a father, there are many other reasons why fathers are unavailable to their children: Abandonment of the pregnant mother, divorce or separation, out-of-wedlock births, incarceration, work-related long absences, personal problems like drugs, alcohol, or mental illness, and abuse.

The effect of an absent father in the family has been well researched, and the statistics are of stunning significance:

- More likely to grow up in poverty
- Higher infant mortality
- Higher odds (men and women) of incarceration
- Boys at a higher risk of aggression and delinquency
- Girls with a higher probability of risky sexual behaviour
- Higher risk of eating disorders, drug and alkohol abuse
- Higher risk of dropping out of school
- More likely to be neglected or abused
- More likely to suffer from psychological disorders

A missing father cannot teach his son how to master his fearful and aggressive emotions, and he cannot give his daughter the experience of being precious and strong...

As a grown-up, you can feel the impact of your fatherless childhood - or abandonment and rejection by your father-  in many ways. You might have dysfunctional relationships, problems with your own children, or lack of professional success.

Is this you?

- You live with a big hole in your heart, an emptiness that can never be filled
- You feel sad when you see loving interactions of fathers with their children
- You are angry at the world "for no good reason"
- You are unsure about what it means to be a man (a woman)
- You feel unsafe, anxious, and always on the edge
- You fear abandonment and rejection in relationships
- You have low self-esteem and often feel worthless
- You believe that there is something wrong with you
- You always look for approval
- You need to be perfect and successful at all cost - or you quit too soon
- You always struggle and try too hard
- As a man you are emotionally dependant on women- and resent them for it
- As a woman you either distrust men deeply or you idealize them
- You feel invisible or not heard
- You have conflicting feelings towards God 

If you are a grown-up woman or man and still experience the deep hurt of abandonment or rejection by your father  father, or his untimely death, I can help you feel better about yourself.

As a certified EFT practitioner I work with painful emotions and memories. This Energy Work method is  fast, easy to apply even on the phone, and the effects are often remarkable.

For a free consultation call
(520) 232-3304 in Tucson, Arizona
or contact me.

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"Dancers are athletes of God"

Albert Einstein

"All the ills of mankind, all the tragic misfortunes that fill the history books, all the political blunders, all the failures of the great leaders have arisen merely from a lack of skill at dancing.”