Millennials
You Can Overcome Your Fear of Death...

Research shows that Millennials value “life balance” more than previous generations. This is a terrific change, and speaks to their level of self-awareness. Yet too many of them are increasingly anxious. And many are afraid of death and the dying process.

While I have worked with many clients over the past 40 years, in the past 5 years I have been increasingly helping more young adults 18 to 34 how to overcome their fear of death.

So you can live a productive, happy life
for the next 50 to 60 years !


HERE ARE A FEW COMMENTS FROM MILLENNIALS
EXPRESSED IN THEIR OWN WORDS...


“Right now, I feel the best I’ve felt since the whole thing started. I thought I could never feel that way again...I can’t thank you enough for what you’ve done for me. I know I’m still not where I need to be, but I truly believe I will get there and start enjoying my life in the same way I used to.”

(Received 2 months later):
“I thought I’d get in touch as it’s been so long since we last spoke. I’ve been doing really well, have had barely any anxiety and have been getting on with my life. I’m excited about Christmas and realize that that wouldn’t be the case if it wasn’t for you. Thank you so much for everything!”

— Phil, 24 years old, London, England


“Kelvin has helped me become at peace with myself. After dealing with some tragic events I was trying to find new ways to relieve my anxiety, I came across Kelvin’s website and contacted him immediately. From the beginning he was so helpful and extremely supportive. I feel much more relaxed and happier now and I couldn’t thank Kelvin enough.”

— Kiani, 21 years old, Connecticut


“I haven’t felt this good in a long time. I still have some inner thoughts that somewhat bug me but they are slowly just becoming irrelevant. It’s freakin crazy! — It has given me an ability to pull back the curtain on my fears — that the way I felt wasn’t who I was. It has given me a perspective. Shows you who you are at your best. This is me. My real self. Shows you in a non-religious way who you really are. The anxiety is not who you are. I keep asking myself, ‘How did I run into this guy (Kelvin) who looks at this stuff the way I do?!’ Not over the top. He is down-to-earth, practical. I’m so thankful.”

 — Sidney, 21 years old, Texas


So, long story short I am doing much better and honestly, I am not having those thoughts anywhere near as much as I used to. In fact sometimes I can’t even remember the last time I thought about them. Thank you so much, Kel. I am so glad I found you!

— Angelique, 31 years old, Melbourne, Australia