Being held back from love? Learning how to move forward in a productive relationship.


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How to find and maintain a productive romantic relationship - advice from Natalie Nelson
With Valentine’s Day coming up, a new assessment tool to help people find if they resonate romantic energy, or are being held back by emotional baggage is available. Natalie Nelson, Energy Healing Educator, Program Developer and daughter of renowned holistic physician Dr. Bradley Nelson is here to give insight to why people seeking healthy romantic relationships are being held back from love and how to move forward in a productive relationship.

Resonating Relationships: The Energy of Romance

Many people have had the experience of dating someone with too much emotional baggage, but what if you are the person with the emotional baggage? You might not know that negative emotions from past experiences can cause you to sabotage relationships or attract Mr. or Miss Wrong. To help people who are struggling to find or sustain loving relationships, Natalie Nelson and her company HealersLibrary.com have created a new guide to healthy relationships titled Resonating Relationships, specifically to help people discover and get rid of the emotional baggage that can sabotage love, romance and healthy, lasting relationships.

“Having been in several relationships and struggled, and seeing alot of people who I know just totally struggle in their relationships, I got really frustrated with all of that because I think it shouldn’t be so difficult,” she says. “And I think that so much of the reason why people struggle is because there’s just things going on that they’re just not aware of. That’s part of the reason why I created this guide.”

Natalie will share tools from the Relationships That Resonate guide and assessment, including questions to help people get to the bottom of what may be holding them back from love, including questions such as:

  1. How stressed are you about your relationship / lack of relationship?
  2. How much control does your relationship issues have over your happiness?
  3. How blocked do you feel from nurturing romantic relationship(s) now or in the past?
  4. How difficult have you found it to communicate calmly with partner(s) now or in the past?
  5. How often do you put aside your own needs or feelings to keep the peace?

Natalie can also share:

  • How family history and traumas affect our ability to give and receive love
  • How to use visualization to find what you want and need in a partner
  • How to identify negative connections with others you must cut to heal and move on.
  • Metrics to help singles and those in committed relationships decide if they are in “Connection Mode” or “Isolation Mode; “Nurture Mode” or “Conflict Mode” and for those in committed relationships, “Harmony Mode” or “Discord Mode”

About Natalie Nelson

Natalie Nelson has spent more than 15 years studying, experiencing and teaching the powerful healing that is possible through The Emotion Code and The Body Code, created by her father Dr. Bradley Nelson. When she found herself in a failing marriage, she became inspired to create a new Body Code expansion program, Resonating Relationships: The Energy of Romance, a system that can affect powerful change that heals people and couples from the inside out. She currently resides in Salt Lake City, UT.

About Dr. Bradley Nelson

Dr. Bradley Nelson is a holistic Chiropractic Physician, a Medical Intuitive, and one of the world’s foremost experts in the emerging fields of Bioenergetic Medicine and Energy Psychology. His bestselling book, “The Emotion Code,” provides step-by-step instructions for working with the body’s healing power. Download a free copy at EmotionCodeGift.com.

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Eylure’s Vlogger Series – Four Social Media Stars

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Eylure knows faux – the brand has been perfecting the art of false lashes for 70 years, always on the cutting edge of new technology, trends, and styles. Now Eylure is leading the way once again by launching its innovative Vlogger Series, which introduces us to four lash-loving social media stars, each of whom has […]

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Eylure’s Vlogger Series – Four Social Media Stars

America’s Next Top Model Season 23 – Episode 8 Recap

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The Glamorous Life:  this week’s episode theme for Season 23 of America’s Next Top Model. Contestants were asked to present a live fashion show for designer Philipp Plein.  Cody and Marissa won the first challenge; giving a high fashion presentation.  As the winners, they selected an item from the designer’s exclusive boutique. The second challenge […]

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America’s Next Top Model Season 23 – Episode 8 Recap

Beauty Trends for 2017: Bold Blush

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As we gear up to for an upcoming Fashion Week, one trend we can expect to see is bold blush. As seen on the red carpet by your favorite celebrities and on the runway of Kenzo’s spring show at last NYFW (which used INGLOT makeup) you can expect to see that this bold blush trend […]

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Beauty Trends for 2017: Bold Blush

Theatre Review: ‘Boeing, Boeing’ at The Highwood Theater

In the swinging 60’s, the phrase “too much of a good thing” was not often heard. This is the setting for the comic and highly enjoyable “Boeing, Boeing,” now playing at The Highwood Theater. Overall, this is a delightful and hilarious production… Written by Marc Camoletti and translated from its native French by Beverly Cross, […]
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Theatre Review: ‘Boeing, Boeing’ at The Highwood Theater

Humanist Group to educate congress about the Johnson Amendment


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Tomorrow January 31, 2017, the American Humanist Association will host briefings in both the US House and Senate to educate legislators and their staff about the importance of protecting the Johnson Amendment, a piece of legislation that prevents religious organizations from violating the separation of church and state by endorsing political candidates. The US House briefing will be held at 11:30am, and the US Senate briefing will be held at1:30pm.

WHERE: The US House briefing will be held at Cannon 340, and the US Senate briefing will be held at Russell 485, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.

The briefing will feature experts on the topics of religious freedom and campaign finance, including: Policy Counsel Jennifer Ahearn of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), Executive Director Amanda Tyler of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty and Political Action Committee Coordinator Ron Millar of the Freethought Equality Fund. American Humanist Association Executive Director Roy Speckhardt and American Humanist Association Development and Communications Director Maggie Ardiente will also be in attendance.

A repeal of the Johnson Amendment, which was passed in 1954 to protect the separation of church and state by prohibiting religious and other non-profit organizations from engaging in political activity, including endorsing and funding political candidates would be devastating. Already, a bill has been introduced in this session of Congress, HR 172, which would overturn the Johnson Amendment. The American Humanist Association, as well as other church-state separation groups and organizations for campaign finance reform, are concerned that without the Johnson Amendment, churches and other religious organizations could funnel anonymous, tax-deductible donations to candidates who promise to carry out their religious practices into policy.

About the American Humanist Association

Founded in 1941 and headquartered in Washington, DC, the American Humanist Association (AHA) works to protect the rights of humanists, atheists, and other nontheistic Americans. The AHA advances the ethical and life-affirming philosophy of humanism, which—without beliefs in any gods or other supernatural forces—encourages individuals to live informed and meaningful lives that aspire to the greater good of humanity.

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TimerCaps: How do you curb opioid abuse? | Overdose epidemic


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There has been plenty of chatter by the media these days but preventative solutions for the opioid crisis is one to pay close attention to. People need to be aware of the simple tools such as the TimerCap that help prevent, under/over dosing, household diversion and create positive long-term medication habits with medication in bottles they are dispensed in.

How can TimerCaps help under and over dosing of medication?

✔    Monitor of last dosage – Disoriented and cognitively impaired patients need a tool to know last dose and when it is safe to take another or resume.

✔    Managing medication in the bottles they are dispensed. Medication and labeling should be together for the highest level of patient safety.

    Lift Adherence (Taking medication as prescribed) – Proven to lift adherence by up to 33%

✔    Detection of household diversion –  Child Safety packaging does not address the at risk children from 6 – 16.

✔    Deterrent of unwanted openings  –   A greater likelihood of being caught reduces the attempts of diversion.

✔    Habituation for long-term adherence  – Per the CVS Study the first 60 days determines long-term adherence patterns. 

As doctors and pharmacies are being scrutinized, restrictions and unifying databases are being mandated, the main culprit is not being addressed. The patients that are mentally impaired by the opioids need tools for monitoring their last drug intake. What gets measured gets done, making the patient’s part of the solution from the beginning by giving them the right tools to be responsible with their drug intake. What we know is that patients disoriented on opioids in traditional packaging and forced to find external means of tracking are not working.

Cognitively impaired patients need automatic timers that count up since last opened to let patients and caregivers truly monitor usage to prevent unintended abuse, household diversion detection, and to know when it is safe again to use a motor vehicle.  Opioid needs to stay in containers they are dispensed in for most safety with all vital information such as: patient, medication name, pill descriptions, dosage, and side effects in case of an emergency.

Traditional dispensing in bottles with generic cap is analogues of giving a person an automobile without a speedometer. Sure they can read the posted speed signs but without a speedometer they have no way of knowing how fast or slow they are going so they can appropriately self-correct.  They can only guess or find out when pulled over by enforcement, this is what is happening to opioid patients they are already impaired and have no way to track their last usage.

The TimerCap is a cap with a built-in stopwatch, it resets every time you close the container and begins to count up to display time passed since last closed.  This means the cap is not competing with labeling instructions, foolproof as it starts and resets every time it opens. Bottomline: This is simple enough for anyone to use without instructions and inexpensive.

TimerCaps are inexpensive and have been proven to help patients take their medication as prescribed and is the perfect tool for opioid tracking and diversion detection.  This keep medication and labeling in the container  its dispensed in for most safety, keeping all vital information such as: patient, medication name, pill descriptions, dosage, side effects, warnings, prescribing doctor, pharmacy, and refill information.  This makes it simple for easy identification of medications and time of last dosage in case of emergency.

Watch Larry Twersky, the CEO of TimerCap LLC speak on this matter and explain why the TimerCap helps curb opioid abuse:

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