Years ago debilitating fatigue nearly cost me my job as an editor and journalist in NYC. A few weeks after the World Trade Center collapsed just blocks away from my subway stop, I was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Sleep felt better than being awake; I lost my drive and focus and everything felt like an effort.
My doctor told me, “All you can do is just learn to cope with it.” Not ready to accept his prognosis, I instead found a Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) practitioner who gave me the relief I needed in only a matter of three weeks. I felt like a weight had been lifted after the very first session. NET allowed me to have more energy and happiness despite living through the aftermath of 9/11. I didn’t have to take medications or talk about my feelings for months on end, nor did I have to learn to just live with it.