I tapped last week with Deborah. As I have posted before, I have been dealing with PPD since before my last pregnancy. My youngest DD is 4 1/2 months old. Deborah helped me to name some key issues which I feel have contributed to my struggles. I don't believe I would have named them on my own. And, while I identified part of what we tapped on as an issue, I probably would not have thought that it was what I needed to tap on to alleviate my depression. With the help of EFT, I have stopped taking the herbs that helped with my depression some time ago, and feel better than I have in a long time. The overwhelming nature of my depression has lifted. There are still issues I feel I need to tap on and which require work and attention on my part, but I feel that EFT is making it possible for me to see things more clearly and put them into perspective. ******** I am currently struggling a great deal with my dd (3 1/2). There are a couple of issues that are problematic. One, I have a really hard time nursing her. I nursed her brothers until the day before their 5th birthdays, and by the time they were Molly's age or somewhat older, it was hard for me to nurse them. I am agitated, annoyed, overstimulated. I don't know whether it is physiological, nutritional, due to yeast in my system, her latch, or what, but it is very uncomfortable. It is evident to me in her behavior that she still longs to nurse, and needs to nurse, but at the same time, it is hard and unpleasant for me. I would just like it to be a pleasant, or at least tolerable experience for me. Second, she refuses to potty train. She has been capable of doing so for nearly a year now. We did not push, and still try not to. But it's reaching the point that pull-ups are not containing everything, and so we have to change whole outfits every time she chooses not to use the potty. I know I should just give her time, but it is wearing on both me and DH. She is a very strong-willed, self-assured child, even moreso than my sons, who were/are very strong-willed. I am concerned about how to deal with her on a daily basis without harming that spirit.