How can you put into words a miraculous change, and make it sound as believable as it is? As I sat in church the other day and listened to the Pastor deliver a sermon about grief and the five stages of grief, I thought of my personal relationship. The five stages are as follows: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. All five stages of grief are normal as long as you don’t get stuck too long in any particular stage. As I thought of my personal relationship, I realized I had indeed been grieving the loss of a loving relationship and had moved through the first three stages and got stuck in the fourth; depression. That’s where I was when I first met Kevin Fleming; stuck in a seemingly hopeless state of “giving up”. I had lost my voice, my joy and my will. After the first day of neuro tech work with Doc Fleming, my emotions were all over the place. On a long walk afterwards, I laughed, cried, smiled and felt pure joy for the first time in a long while. Each following session proved to be moving me in the right direction of calm and well-being. Almost two weeks later and I cannot explain how different I feel. I have joy and confidence. I feel calm and at the same time a renewed sense of energy. I finally feel truly alive for the first time in a very long time! If you or someone you know are “stuck” where they don’t want to be, I highly recommend that you look into this amazing process and get free of whatever is holding you back from a life of joy. I cannot thank Kevin Fleming enough for his research in the neuro tech field and his kind and compassionate approach to healing.