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Online Therapy: Healing Your Memories Doesn't Have to Be Painful


Who said that therapy had to be painful? "Heal Your Memories, Change Your Life," a new book, is written with humor, inspirational stories, and exercises that will leave readers feeling free to enjoy their lives and move on to happy and successful futures.

"Are there memories that keep popping into your head?" said author Frank Healy, a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of New Jersey who counsels people with depression and anxiety. He is also a medical miracle who remembers every day of his life since he was six years old. "Maybe you suffer from depression or anxiety because there is a traumatic memory that you can't seem to recover from. Or you may wish that you remember more of a happy memory."

"Heal Your Memories, Change Your Life" takes readers on an adventurous journey through their own memories, and gives them tools to heal from past hurts. The book uses exercises to help readers remember more of the good times, and let go of the pain from past hurts, said Healy, who is known as the "Memory Healer." Readers also will be able to join a memory support group on his website.

"Reading a book on healing your memories can be more beneficial if you supplement it with counseling and coaching. Sometimes you may need the encouragement to keep reading and doing the exercises," said Healy who also created an online membership website www.phenomenalmemory.com/memoryblog .

Benefits include coaching and counseling, as well as teleconferences and articles from Healy beginning on January 1, 2014.

"What better time is there to move on from your previous memories and start a more successful future?" he said. "Membership in the Amazing Memory Website will give you all kinds of ways to free yourself from the past, and move on to a happy and successful life." Your situation may not be as dramatic or traumatic. However, you may just have a memory that is a nuisance to keep remembering, such as a romantic breakup or the loss of a job. Maybe you had parents who yelled at you or ignored you and feel that it still had its impact."

For more information, go to www.phenomenalmemory.com

About Frank Healy

Frank Healy is classified by the University of California as having "Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory" and is in an ongoing research project studying this phenomenon. His memory of every day includes the day of the week, news, weather in his area, and personal events. He has appeared on the Michael Smerconish Show, Be The Star You Are, NBC and CBS News Health Check, Sunrise in Australia, The Atlantic, and Baltimore Magazine.

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