I met Saveria through Jennie Harrison’s Connected child academy ♥️

Last night I had the most amazing, beautiful, realising EFT tapping session with Saveria in which we looked at my first son’s birth and everything surrounding it. She helped me to see that I wasn’t angry about the fact I had a C-section but I was angry that I felt disempowered by the people who were meant to be taking care of mine & my son’s life. I felt I wasn’t given any choice in my birth and that the decision was taken away from me. I was angry 😠 I wasn’t affected by the surgery itself but it was the mental health impact that it had on me afterwards, I felt useless, scared, sad, frustrated & in a world of agony. I was sad I didn’t get the birth I had planned. I was scared I would hurt myself or my son because I couldn’t stand or walk properly. I was frustrated I couldn’t take care of my son the way I wanted to. And I just wanted to heal and for the pain to go away so I could enjoy being a mum! All of this combined with after birth hormones, the fact I felt abandoned and unsupported by the health visitors and the fact my son wouldn’t feed properly and would scream as if he was in agony resulted in severe PND (postnatal depression).

But I’m glad to say two years later after fighting the good fight with the GPs & admitting I wasn’t coping I can now see the light at the end of the tunnel. My son still suffers with his allergies & his skin – but we know how to help him now. I no longer feel disempowered because I can forgive the medical staff as I now see they were doing the best they could with the knowledge they had. And I can now forgive myself for the post-baby struggles I faced because I was learning how to be a whole different person.

Saveria has helped me to free myself from the anger & sadness that was holding me back & she has helped to prepare me for the upcoming birth of my second son 🤰💕 I am a good mum. I am a strong woman and I feel empowered by the whole experience now ♥️ Thank you Saveria for helping me to move forward and to see that it was all part of my journey and that my heart is now filled with gratitude for the experience as opposed to anger 

Nichola Drew, Dunstable