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Modern science increasingly verifies a truth that runs through ancient healing systems: The mind and body are inextricably connected, with our thoughts and emotions exerting a powerful influence on our health. Probing the frontiers of our ability to heal physical and mental disease through “emotional surgery,” Dr. Bradley Nelson is one of the world’s foremost experts in the emerging fields of bio-energetic medicine and energy psychology.

Author of the bestselling book “The Emotion Code,” Dr. Nelson has spent 29 years as a holistic physician and international lecturer on natural healing. He has trained thousands of practitioners worldwide to identify and release “trapped emotions” – the baggage we carry around from past trauma that damages our health and relationships.

“Getting rid of your trapped emotions can help you overcome the obstacles of your past and bring new life to your marriage, family, and other personal relationships,” he says.

Families who practice the methods Dr. Nelson teaches may be better able to handle daily stress and disagreements.

Some steps he advocates include:

  • Discover What’s Behind Your Triggers. We have all been there: a family member says or does something and we become upset, emotional, or defensive. “When this happens to you, oftentimes there are underlying past traumas that are contributing to the emotions you are choosing,” uDr. Nelson says. “In family relationships, when something happens and you are feeling triggered, most likely you are not just feeling the current emotions — you’re feeling the old ones, too.”
  • Is Your Spouse, Kid or Parent an “Energy Vampire”? If you have a family member who leaves you feeling drained and upset, you must create boundaries, Dr. Nelson says. “You can decide what you will and will not tolerate in advance,” he advises. “Some magic words you can use are ‘This doesn’t work for me.’ Whatever boundaries you create, you need to stick with it and respect yourself, even if the other person doesn’t.”
  • Feel Beat Up or Drained? Disengage. “It takes two people to have an argument…Be prepared for when you need to eject yourself from a negative or harmful situation. And it’s OK. One of the things you can say is “I love you but I need to honor myself by leaving.”
  • Strategies for Better Family Interactions. “Consider your past interactions with difficult people and how they normally act,” Dr. Nelson advises. “Do they have frequent outbursts? Do they complain a lot? Are they unpredictable? Then come up with a plan. You can decide in advance how you are going to act and react to that person.”
  • Practice to Increase Acceptance and Love. “Look for the good in people,” Dr. Nelson advises. “If you are counting and looking for those positive things, you are more likely to find them. And you are less likely to blow up and blow out of proportion the negative things about a person.”


Dr. Nelson shares questions people can ask to increase acceptance, forgiveness, and understanding in family relationships. These tools can help parents to model love and understanding for their kids, and help adult children make amends with estranged parents and siblings.

“I have seen in many cases where that has enabled forgiveness to happen,” he says. “It is a very powerful thing.”

What Others are Saying:

“Wow, this book changed my life for the better!

I watched the movie “e-motion” and was really impressed with Dr Nelson so bought this book. Honestly, I was expecting absolutely nothing but this book has helped my health tremendously. Back in 1994 after a year of off the charts physical and emotional stress, my immune system broke down and I was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. I went from working out pretty hard 5-6 days a week to not being able to work out at all. Over time it got a bit better but I still couldn’t push myself or I’d get sick, every time. After using this book (and doing the exercises on my own, no practitioner or assistance), my body got stronger and now I’m working out almost every day and feeling great. It’s amazing! I’m so grateful for the wisdom contained in this book. I highly recommend it.” – Kindle Reader

“Life-changing info!

So glad we found The Emotion Code…after only a couple sessions, it’s already changing our lives. We can literally feel the changes taking place, the emotions releasing. Afterward there is a sense of lightness, a burden having been lifted.

We believe this information and technique can truly change many lives — IF a person is open-minded.

Definitely give this technique a try! You may be surprised at how life-changing it can be.” – Annie Mommaon

About Dr. Nelson: A holistic Chiropractic Physician and Medical Intuitive, Dr. Bradley Nelson is one of the world’s foremost experts in the emerging fields of Bioenergetic Medicine and Energy Psychology. He has certified thousands of practitioners worldwide in helping people overcome unresolved anger, depression, anxiety, loneliness, and other negative emotions and their associated physical symptoms. His bestselling book, “The Emotion Code,” provides step-by-step instructions for working with the body’s healing power.

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I had thought that I would start this article off with a walk down memory lane – and remind you of how neat it was to be a kid and have something with your name on it. Do you remember buying pencils or keychains with your name? As a kid, I loved that.

But I’ll be honest – as an adult – I still love it. I’m putting my name, our last name or initials all over the place! So in reality, who doesn’t love it at any age?

It’s still fun to find items in a store that has my name or my children’s name on it – but I think it’s even more fun and quite useful to put our name on whatever I want!

Sticker Kid sent over the cutest labels – and I got to do just that. They have so many sticker shapes, sizes, uses — they even have posters!

I spent the weekend labeling-up the kid’s stuff and a few things of my own.

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You know what I love the most about Sticker Kid labels – other than the fun, personalization factor? The fact that it helps the kiddos (and me) keep track of their items. There used to be a time when I knew exactly which pencil and eraser belonged to my child. I also knew exactly how many items I sent with them out of the house. But, my brain is a little more frazzled and I need a little help remembering what I’ve purchased and sent with them. So, Sticker Kid can help me keep all of that in order.

Is that the backpack I bought for you, Joey? Yep! It has your name tag on it. Savannah, did I really buy you that water bottle? Yep! It has our name label on it.

Please tell me that I’m not the only one with a perpetual case of “mom brain”?
I had been worried that the labels and tags would be easily removable to the point where they could just fall off and be lost. But they are securely on each item.

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You may be tempted to solely use the labels on the typical items such as school supplies, and shoes. But I think they’re going to work very well when the kids head to camp and go on day-adventures.

I plan to label items such as hair dryers, safety kids, flashlights, combs, leave-in conditioners, sunblock, pool toys, bite cream, and the list goes on. What else would you label?

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I was excited to see their collection of kitchen labels and home decor items. Having just revamped one of my brands, I wanted to pay homage to it. These kitchen labels were the perfect item to keep it close.

I plan to use these to organize not only spices, but my espresso, flours, sugars, and oats.

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So, the poster is probably my most favorite item of all. Because I love putting our names everywhere! Right now, I’m attaching it to this old calendar board I thrifted last year.

I painted the frame white, added wood to the inner portion and covered it with chalk paint. This will hang in our kitchen – but I may rotate the poster throughout the house.

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I’d love to hear what your ideas on labeling are! What should I label next? Which item are you going to order or which one should I order next?

I love being creative but I’d love your suggestions as well. What would you use these labels on?

Here’s a list of some of their different label options:

  • Iron-on name labels for clothes
  • Medium labels
  • Mini labels
  • “Preschool Super Pack” of 154 labels
  • Kindergarten pack with 150 name labels – perfect for toddlers
  • “School Mega Pack” pack of 214 labels
  • Large labels
  • 80 Peel and Stick Clothing Labels
  • Small name labels
  • Heart labels
  • Square Photo labels
  • Shoe labels
  • “Book Pack” labels
  • 9 Right-left shoe labels
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