Thank you to all at The Reach Approach. I received the information pack I requested. It was very comprehensive and clear. It has taken me over a year to find the courage to make this call and I'm so glad that I did. Thank you Easton for your calm and patient explanations, which helped me to decide this is a journey I must take.Read More
I've read your most recent book, Synergy: the cure for all ills. It was fabulous. I just couldn't put it down. The amount of topics covered and the way you weaved them together is what kept me hooked. What I found most interesting, is although I knew very little about some of the subjects covered, once they were explained to me, I began to see all the connections for myself and it seemed so obvious.Read More
Over the years I’ve spent so much time in and out of the doctor’s surgery, with one symptom or another. The symptoms have been so many and varied in the end I felt that my doctor thought I was a hypochondriac and just couldn’t offer me help any more – except anti-depressants. And yet I was stuck with pains in my stomach, headaches, disorientation, mouth ulcers, high blood pressure – and much more.Read More
If you are interested in health at any level, whether that be in relation to yourself or anyone you love, or if you work in one of the health arenas, the new book Synergy: the cure for all ills by Easton Hamilton (who is the founder of the The Reach Approach), I think, is a ‘must read’.Read More
Take a look at The Reach Approach website (www.thereachapproach.co.uk) if you have ever felt anxious, afraid, full of self-doubt, panicky, lacking in self-confidence and stuck in your life. I did and I found so much information on how I can help myself. But it’s not only information, it’s practical help with what to actually do to help yourself to feel better.Read More
I have just finished reading Synergy: a cure for all ills by Easton Hamilton of The Reach Approach and I felt compelled to write something about it because it struck so many chords within me and I’m sure it will for you too.Read More
I was really happy with the prospect of going off to university! I got my first choice of course in the city I wanted and couldn't wait to leave home and be more independent....Read More
Anyone meeting me for the first time would describe me as a confident, outgoing person who seemed to have life worked out. I worked hard, earned way above the average wage, owned a lovely house and had lots of friends.Read More
My partner and I had been trying to conceive for three years. We had been through every possible test and nothing medically was found that would prevent me becoming pregnant. Every month that passed brought more heartache and we were so focused on making a new life that we were just going through our own lives as automatons, with one goal in mind.
One day I came home to find my partner with his bags packed saying he just couldn't deal with it anymore. He felt invisible and needed space to explore what he was feeling.
My mother died of an ectopic pregnancy when I was seven, and my brother and I were brought up by my father. He never really explained why she died and I grew up fearful that one day I would suffer a similar fate. I worried that my body was keeping some awful secret and that I was destined somehow to die young.
Each year that went by was a reprieve but I was not really engaged with my life. I was anxious whenever I had the slightest health issue like a cold! And I was totally consumed with negative thoughts about my health.