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The Vortex Of Hospital DRAMA


…BITCH, MOAN and COMPLAIN…

NO ACTION. NO FOLLOW THROUGH.

Let’s be real…

Anxiety, stress, overwhelm, annoying co-workers and the talkers, not doers.

Then I’d stop reading…

Getting out of the way of bad energy at work is a complete reset.

I clear my un-needed energy anytime I think my Soul is getting sucked dry…

Clearing your energy is getting back to the basics of science.

BIOFIELD THERAPY.

You just have to use it and do it.

The body was built to heal itself.

You can change your DIS-ease before it turns into a DISEASE.

Clearing your energy is an exercise that where you can change your frequency in your body within seconds. Yes, SECONDS. Hundreds on nurses are doing this and the results are staggering.

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The Vortex Of Hospital DRAMA


Ashleigh Boyd

A Nurse Anxiety Coach, Nurse, Wife, Momma and persistent optimist, Ashleigh Boyd, is driven to explore and educate fellow nurses by using unconventional methods. Ashleigh’s unique techniques are a blend of neurofeedback and biofield science to Treat The Nurse And Not The Patient. In addition to offering a variety of online courses and virtual events, she is currently working on implementing her methods to bedside nurses around the country. Her mission is to give nurses the tools they need to reduce or eliminate Compassion Fatigue & Hospital-Induced Anxiety that can be used at work and in daily life.


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Boyd, A. (2020). The Vortex Of Hospital DRAMA. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 1, 2020, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/compassion-fatigue/2020/01/19/the-vortex-of-hospital-drama/

 

Last updated: 18 Jan 2020
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