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Dr. Linda Backman discusses why some therapists use past life regression to help patients understand more about their current conditions.
Dr. Linda Backman conducts a past life regression therapy session with Latrice, who describes what scenes she sees.
Latrice explains how her past life regression therapy session allowed her to see that she takes on a lot of issues for other people and that she needs to focus on herself.
Dr. Daniel Amen shows Dr. Oz that when mice were taught to fear cherry blossoms, their offspring feared them as well without ever being exposed to the flower.
Dr. Daniel Amen describes how the emotional and memory centers in the brain appear to be activated during a regression analysis.
Tina explains how the unhealthy snacks she eats at night counteract all of the healthy habits she practices during the day.
Dr. James C. Rosser explains how occupying your mind and hands with activities like knitting and painting your nails keeps you from snacking at night.
Dr. James C. Rosser explains why you should eat bananas, applesauce, shelled peanuts or one serving of your favorite snack when you're trying to kick your nighttime snacking habits.
A woman who had no idea she was pregnant woke up in a hospital bed and found out she had just delivered a baby.