Recovering the Teen that was so Different

No matter where you’re at in your own personal growth, whether you’re part of the LGBT community or not, we all can benefit from clearing the negative memories brought on from the teen years so we can recover emotionally, spiritually, and physically as adults.

Any person reading this who has ever grown up knowing they were “different” from other people

understands what I mean when I say the years spent hiding the true you from friends, classmates, teachers, and family for fear they might reject you for your sexuality spent those years in self-imposed exile; isolated, depressed, unloved, confused, and desperate for things to get better.

Join your host, Jondi Whitis as she interviews Lillian Fimbres from TheGenuineLife.com to learn how to recognize the signs; if your teen years have been holding you back from living the full life you desire and what it will take to change and benefit living free from hidden resentment, bitterness, and anger.


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Guest: Find out more about Lillian Fimbres, EFT and Qigong practitioner, and The Genuine Life. Lillian resides in the New York metro area. Specialties; include, guiding clients to connect and return to self, pain and negativity removal to achieve a more authentic genuine self.

“When you discover your genuine self, everything starts to happen and spark”

Host: Jondi Whitis, an EFT Trainer and Practitioner in Brooklyn, NY, is one of the co-founders of TapFest.com, the global tapping site, and TappingStar, the site for tapping with kids. A multi-media artist, she also teaches literacy through Art in New York City public schools, daily seeing first-hand the need and the result of how tapping helps children take charge of their feelings and choices, and perform better, too! Jondi welcomes private and group sessions, training in EFT for certification, and specialty classes for integrating EFT into any situation or specialty.

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