Hello! Please allow me to introduce myself.
My name is Nathalie Fiset. I am a retired family doctor from Montreal, Canada. Beginning with a broad family practice , I narrowed it down to the follow-up of pregnancies and attending births. As a result, I have assisted over 3700 births
My path came across hypnosis in 2001. I immediately developed an interest for hypnotherapy, feeling like I had found the missing link in my medical practice and my personal life. After all, it’s not everyday you find a 100% natural method, proven safe and efficient for bringing about better mental, physical and spiritual health and well-being.
I completed my hypnotherapy certification in 2004 with Omni Hypnosis Training Center, and in 2005, received a second certification with the American Alliance of Hypnotists.
Why would a doctor be interested in hypnosis?
Interestingly, I am a medical doctor who happens to think that the general population is seriously overmedicated. The consumption of medication is continually rising. We all know that when we take pills, there are associated side-effects, sometimes creating additional problems. I always get concerned when medication is removed from the market because they had a number of “unexplained deaths” related to the medication.
It is obvious that everyone should have a good doctor they see regularly. Additionally, I see modern hypnosis as a very interesting complement to medicine. Since I do not have the time to do private hypnosis sessions, I have created a complete set of self-hypnosis recordings to help you lose weight, stop smoking, achieve financial success, and more! I invite you to find the self-hypnosis products that will best benefit you.
What is Hypno-Beginning?
This complete hypnosis for childbirth program was created by me to aid women in giving birth naturally and comfortably. This program teaches future parents the powerful self-hypnosis techniques used to achieve a complete anesthesia of their body — and ensure calmness and relaxation while enjoying every moment of the birth.What is Alpha-Power?
Over the years, I have received many requests to develop a powerful self-hypnosis program dedicated to providing better mental and physical health. I have designed the Alpha-Power program to do just that!
What else should we know about you?
I am a mother of four children — which itself is an interesting hobby! I started doing medical missions in Honduras and Mexico in 2004 and enjoy it very much. You can see beautiful pictures of what our work is all about on this website.
I am so fascinated by the infinite possibilities that the Internet has to offer. Even though I have just recently started transmitting my knowledge through the power of the Internet, I am amazed at the many possibilities it offers. I intend to share with you the amazing power of the internet along with how to become successful. I have the secret to Bill Gates, Tiger Woods, Walt Disney, John Reese and all other successful millionaires success! If I can make it a little easier for people like me who want to reach other people online, then I will be a happy woman!
With so many scams on the net, why should you trust me? A very good question indeed!
You can rely on the fact that I am a Medical Doctor and a Certified Hypnotherapist to reassure you in knowing I cannot do anything to harm your well-being.
Author name: Nathalie Fiset
Book title: I Will Always Be Here For You
Genre: children picture story book
Book links: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1070585971
keywords: family, grief, service, help, father, daughter
Describe your new book, “I Will Always Be Here For You,” in a few sentences.
Mr Fizz is always here to help his little girl and her dog.Sometimes though, life changes and people we love leave us. A children’s book about aging, losing people and grief.
Who do you think would most appreciate this book? Children age 3 and up. Parents who need to address grief and the loss of a family member with their children.
What inspirations contributed to this book? Mr Fizz, my father!
Tell us about the protagonist, Mr Fizz. He was as colorful and reliable as the book shows. He loved to invent stuff and joke a lot. It was kind of like having my own Walt Disney! His most important value was family.
The story has a theme about aging, losing people, and grief. What inspired you to write about this theme? When my father passed away, I felt a huge void in my life. We were very close seeing each other more than 20 times per year. But that is not just me, Mr Fizz was like that with his five children and 14 grandchildren.
Was it difficult translating grief, a complex topic, in a way that is approachable for children? Not really. When my father passed away, it touched my child heart. I had lost my Daddy. After all, even though I am 54 years old, he still called me madam Zoozoo or little girl.
What was the illustration process like for you? I had hired someone from Fiverr but even though I explained exactly what I was seeing, he just sent generic images and did not render the images I was seeing. So, I had to learn drawing! I am very proud of the final images as they reflect the fun and colorful images I needed for telling my story.
Is there an author that had a major influence on your writing style? Dr Seuss, Robert Munsch (Love you Forever which I read to my children thousands of times) and to a different extend, of course, J.K. Rowling.
Who was your favorite character to write? Mr Fizz.
How do you think you’ve evolved as a writer since when you first started? My God! I learned to draw on paint 3D, learned to format children’s books “with bleed” (lost a lot of blood there!), reformat after being rejected by Amazon kindle store so many times. I discovered a passion for children’s books and wrote other books like spot the differences and find the penguin having lots of fun doing so.
Are there any aspects (e.g. character building, world building) of your writing that you’ve been practicing? My father thought by example and I like to think that I too give more than what is expected of me, show up when I say I will and can overcome small differences of opinions and dust myself up.
What are your goals as a writer for the next ten years? I love the saying for children book’s writers: Teach don’t preach. I want to write more stories and game books and have fun doing it. I also want to continue my bigger project called The Pregnancy Chronicles a series of ten pregnancy books that read like novels (based on my experience delivering 3700 babies during my 25 year medical career).
How have your readers responded to the book so far? I just launched it.
Is there any aspect of writing you don’t like? Editing since English is not my primary language. But, I found a good editor. That big gap when the book is done but you need to work at it which seams forever.
Have you ever had writer’s block? If yes, how’d you deal with it? If you have not had writer’s block, why do you think you haven’t? I did not have writer’s block as I do not force myself to have to write on certain days. Ideas and dialogues are like a hamster running in my head during the day. I just write them down. I also keep a notepad on my nightstand so that I can go back to sleep after writing down the golden nugget my subconscious mind sent me as a gift!
What do you have in mind for your next project? I have been creating game books for children and I am in the beginning stages of a new story about love.
Is there anything else you’d like potential readers to know about your book? The story was very easy to write as it came straight from my heart. Putting the images, text and pages together was a learning curve and not a child’s play. Now I know why so many people say they want to write a children’s book but do not do it.