Tools You Need in the Kit Bag on Your Healing Chronic Illness Journey

As always, I stay on the lookout for blogs which will add meaning for you. Much of my recent Cognitive Hypnotherapy work has revolved around clients in pain and so I suppose it’s not surprising that I came across Grace’s blog.

Grace Quantock, in her own words, is a ‘former sick chick turned wellness provocateur’. who ‘blazed [her] own trail to healing and now helps others to do the same’. That’s what her post is about – helping others in pain to help themselves on their journey to healing.

She has a friendly and very informative website which is where her blog is based. I’d recommend checking it out. Simply click here to read Grace’s latest post.

who knows where?© Tony Burkinshaw 2013

who knows where?
© Tony Burkinshaw 2013

8 thoughts on “Tools You Need in the Kit Bag on Your Healing Chronic Illness Journey

  1. I applaud your passion and generosity of intent and therein; I hope many more stumble across your blog, sincere regards, Barry

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    • Many thanks for the link in your Post! I am flattered that you have got so much from my (nearly) weekly musings. I have found my journey into hypnotherapy to be really fascinating and am really pleased you’ve enjoyed reading about it.
      Keep up the blog – you deserve all the ‘likes’
      All the best

  3. Grace mentions a “gratitude list” in the post you linked to here. Here’s a list for me, right now: I’m grateful, Tony, that (1) you read my blog, (2) you “like” posts on my blog, (3) you write your blog, (4) you introduced me to Grace, and (5) I got to read this today. All the best, Ann

    • Hi Ann,
      I’m feeling a little flattered, thanks you so much. Grace is quite a marvel, I think.
      Keep blogging, I love reading all the different things that WordPress has to offer.
      Wishing you all the best

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