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Just wanted to tell you all about http://justfourquid.com/
it's put together by an an individual, who with the support of MEA and ME Research UK, wants to raise £1m for biomedical research for ME / CFS.
The idea is he gives you a money saving tip each week and if you save any money from it then can donate part or all of that saving to them through either:
See the justfourquid site for more info.
Thank you for getting back to me and I am always happy to answer questions.
I have enclosed for you a copy of the article I mentioned that is to be published. The best reference is to read it and see what your experience is like of letting go. The document is 2 pages, one of the guided imagery meditations, and is offered to you absolutely free. People's experience is all very different as it is up to the individuals subconscious what they are prepared to let go of.
I am aware that there has been some controversy about this programme, but I undertook the training a few months ago after 20 years of CFS.
So far the improvement is very significant - I'm still getting some symptoms (no, its not an overnight 'cure'! - though my sleep did improve immediately) but the LP is giving me a way to deal with them far more effectively than anything else I've tried over the years.
As some of you might know I have become a trustee of Action for M.E. I would really welcome any feedback from any AfME members into the following.
1. What do you think of AfME in general.
2. What do you think of Interaction (the AfME magazine).
3. What do you like? Why?
4. What don't you like? Why?
5. How much of it do you read?
It is probably best if you send comments direct to my e-mail
which is email@example.com.
Happy New Year everyone!
Over the past week or so I've watched most of the 3 free sessions of the Gupta Amygdala Retraining Programme (see www.guptaprogramme.com). It seems fairly convincing to me but I'd love to hear from other members who've been through the programme. Also, is there a copy of the programme in the library?
I am new to the north london Network, and would therefore give a quick introduction of myself. I am Melanie, 21 year old female, south african, and has just recently been diagnosed. I live in north london, and as i rarely go out, i dont really know anyone in the area. I live in near angel tube station, so if anyone is up meeting up for a coffee or sumthing, then give me a buzz. I love meeting new people, and regrettably i dont do that as often as i would like.
So please dont be scared to get in touch!
take care xx
Helen Veale, who was a member of NLMEN, died last Friday of breast cancer. She was also a M.E. rep at Bart's.
If anyone who knew Helen wants more information please contact me.
Hi everyone from the tecnical department.
The members area has been upgraded to a new version. You should not see any changes but I would be keen to know if anyone sees anything that looks wrong or behaves differently.
you can write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Is anyone interested in a games group meeting perhaps twice
monthly @ a cafe/bar in the Crouch End or Stroud Green areas?
I play chess (badly), scrabble (well!) and the odd game of cards
& enjoy hanging out in cafes with an espresso. Been feeling a bit
better recently, paint at my studio when I can, shop when able
but still feeling a bit isolated @ times.
This doesnt need to be an exclusive to M.E sufferers thing, thinking of starting in the new year............
add 2 the blogspace or email me at---