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Mental and Emotional Release®

What is MER® and what can it do for you?

MER® stands for Mental and Emotional Release® Therapy. It’s a process created by Dr. Matt James that releases unresolved negative emotions and limiting beliefs, also known as baggage. It helps you release fear, sadness, anger, hurt, and guilt along with the overwhelming stress that goes along with such emotions. You’ll be able to overcome procrastination, depression, anxiety, and phobias so you can live YOUR Fiercely Fresh Life.

Why MER®?

First, it’s fast. So fast that you may not believe it worked. Its a mere 5-8 hours compared to months or years of traditional therapy. Instead of spending so much time in a therapists office, you’ll be out creating and living a Fiercely Fresh Life.

It’s also quite thorough. It helps eradicate any long-standing issues you may have. MER® even eliminates the problems and symptoms that come from severe trauma or years of on-going stress. It’s so thorough you may not remember ever feeling weighed down by your baggage.

There’s also no relapse of symptoms, meaning changes from MER® are permanent. Other issues may surface as we are complex beings and our Unconscious Mind may be holding on to other things to protect us. When the process is done properly though, and when the client has experienced a complete release of baggage, the original issue doesn’t come back.

You don’t need to relive any trauma. That’s one of the most valuable benefits of MER®. The process doesn’t require you to re-experience the events that traumatized you in the first place. This is really important if you suffer with PTSD, phobias, chronic depression or anxiety that’s tied to abuse or trauma of some sort.

What MER® did for me

I have lived most of my life in fear, angry, depressed, anxious, and full of shame and resentment. I tried so hard to be what I thought everyone else wanted me to be. I was the straight A student all through school and the first to go to college and earn a degree in my family. Everything always had to be perfect. If it wasn’t, the end of the world was coming.

I was paralyzed by my emotions, unable to trust myself to make my own decisions and move myself forward. I was set off by the littlest things. I was always afraid of what others would think and say. I was jealous of the lives other people had, and I usually hated them for having a better life than I did. I never set goals because I was too afraid of failing, and at the same time afraid to succeed.