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4 Tips to be FREE this Holiday Season

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I’d like to wish all of you a very joyous, fun holiday season.
In addition, I’d like to share 4 quick tips so you can be FREE this holiday season.
As you go about your partying and celebrating, I invite you to keep reminding yourself of the
word F R E E.
That’s what you want to be, right?
You don’t want to feel driven and enslaved by cookies, cakes or candies, do you?
You don’t want to be trapped by your anger, anxiety, or depression, of course.
Instead, you want to feel joyous, confident, and bold, right?
You want harmony, peace of mind, and a sense of calm, right?
So here’s how to remind yourself to be F R E E.
F = Feel your power.
You have the final say as to what goes into your mouth. You are the master of what thoughts you allow into your brain. You are responsible for what you feel. So realize that you can choose what you eat, think or feel.
R = Run to the gym or up the stairs.
The biggest rush you can ever find is by working out. So hurry your butt to a place where you can move your body boldly and joyously. When you prance around, you will get a serotonin rush — no
need for a sugar or alcohol high!
E = Embrace whatever you’re going through.
No need to hide. If family members are pushing your buttons, just breathe through the emotions and know that you’ll become bigger and better because of it. Embrace the moment that will never come back again. Enjoy your loved ones to the utmost. This is a special time you have together.
E = Energize with Energetic Foods.
By this I mean, stay close to those alive foods — veggies, nuts, fruits, legumes and quality protein — that bring you good cheer and concentration. Those are the foods that will give you the energy, enthusiasm, and excitement that you desire this holiday season.
Hope these holiday tips helped.
Have a wonderful end of year, everyone. Enjoy lots of joy, fun, quality time with loved ones and much more.
FYI, if you have some time on your hands and want to join my Sugar Freedom Course, you can do the self-guided program at any time.

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Free Relieve Holiday Stress Program on Wed., Dec. 2

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For many, ’tis not the season to be jolly. Instead, it’s a time for stress, anxiety and worry.
To help you be calm and peaceful this time of year, join my free Relieve Holiday Stress teleseminar program tomorrow night (Wed., Dec. 2 at 8 pm EST) with master creative visualization expert and hypnotist Debra Berndt.
Here are details to join us for this free, life-changing program.
You can join us live either via phone or on the Internet from any part of the world.
Just provide your email below to join us in our life-changing program.<.p>
Since listening once on Dec. 2 may not be enough to help you relieve stress for the holidays — and beyond — click here to order an audio replay so you can listen again and again to be calm during the holidays and beyond.
FYI, research shows that repeatedly listening to creative visualization/hypnosis replays can help you make lasting changes.
To sign up for tomorrow night’s program, provide your email below, and directions will be mailed to you.
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Release Holiday Stress on Dec. 2: Free Teleseminar

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Let’s face it: The holidays aren’t necessarily jolly for millions of people.
Research shows that this holiday season causes people to experience much more stress and anxiety than the rest of the year.
Take heart. Help is on the way!
Learn to Relieve Holiday Stress on Dec. 2 at 8 pm in a calming, life-changing teleseminar with master hypnotist Debra Berndt.
Hurry now to join this Dec. 2 teleseminar which is expected to fill up quickly.
Make sure to order your replay now, too, so that you can listen to this program over and over again when your holiday worries abound.
Debra Berndt Debra and I are holding this Relieve Holiday Stress program to help you, because research shows during this time of year you most need help.
In fact, the American Psychological Association (APA) found that nearly half of all women in the United States experience heightened stress during the holidays, which puts their health at risk.
For instance, many of you women – and, of course, you men – become burdened by:
* That annoying, but well-meaning parent, sibling, cousin or distant relative;
* Worries about weight and how you look;
* Marital strife or loneliness, especially if you don’t t have a significant other;
* Money woes;
* Health problems;
* Insecurities about giving the right gifts (and wondering if you have the money to buy them);
* The loss of your loved ones (either recently or in previous years);
* The depressing economy; and
* Credit card debt.
No wonder many of you are tempted to pig out at family gatherings, holiday feasts, work parties and other functions!
You’re not alone. Women – and, of course, men — rely more on unhealthy behaviors to manage stress during the holidays. In all, 41 percent of women use food and 28 percent use alcohol, according to a 2006 study.