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How to Split a Toaster episode 704

Dissolving Your WAFFLES with Dr. Katie Nall

What to do when your Toaster’s feeding you waffles?

In this episode, Dr. Katie Nall, two-time TedX speaker, mathematician, and Accredited Master Trainer & Practitioner of the Emotional Freedom Technique, otherwise known as EFT, joins Seth and Pete to discuss a method that can help you while you’re going through your divorce learn to calm down and find your center again. The technique, also known as tapping, helps what Dr. Nall calls your ‘WAFFLES’ – worries, anxiety, fear, frustration, lethargy, exhaustion, and stress. Let’s face it – you’re likely going to experience ALL of these during your divorce. This technique can really help.

Plenty of people may be skeptical about it, but it’s worth a try, right? It costs nothing, you can do it by yourself all alone, and see if it helps. Both Pete and Seth try it during this episode and it helped them. So tune in to this episode to learn how to dissolve those WAFFLES and shed some of the emotional baggage you’re dragging behind you during your divorce.

More About Dr. Nall

Dr. Katie Nall not only has her Ph.D. in Mathematics Education, she also is a two-time TEDx speaker, a professional member of National Speakers Association, and an Accredited Master Trainer and Certified Practitioner in Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) with additional training in trauma, quantum, and picture EFT. Whether in person or online, Dr. Nall shows others how to dissolve their WAFFLES – worry, anxiety, fear, frustration, lethargy, exhaustion, and stress. A careless housekeeper and worse cook with no desire for rehabilitation she somehow is still married to the same person for over 49 years.

Seth Nelson is a Tampa based family lawyer known for devising creative solutions to difficult problems. In How to Split a Toaster, Nelson and co-host Pete Wright take on the challenge of divorce with a central objective — saving your most important relationships with your family, your former spouse, and yourself.
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