This week, our guest is Dr. Georgeann Dau who holds a Ph.D. in Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy and is certified in Spiritual Direction and Creative Coaching. Her approach to counseling and coaching is as individual as she is. Her commitment to wellness expands into mind, body and soul.
As a Naturopathic doctor her work can encompass full body wholeness--- as we now know that our thoughts and feelings affect our bodies, actions, responses to all of life. Georgeann has a private practice for 20+ years in Huntington, N.Y.
Today podcast episode name is “ The Potentialities of Living Life.” Albert daban introduces tonight’s special guest Dr. Georgeann Dau. Dr. Georgeann Dau holds a Phd in Psychoanalytic and Psychotherapy and is also certified in Spiritual Direction and creative coaching. Dr. Georgeann remarks that there is always a place that we should be aware of, and the place is called “ Life Within The Life.” As we get older the more we realize we sound like our parents Dr. Georgeann brings up. Dr. Georgeann shares that she was 33 when she did her convention. Before the section ended Dr. Georgeann uttered that she is God’s servant, she serves God’s people.
Albert asks Dr. Georgeann how she deals with people who tell her that they don’t believe in God. Dr. Georgeann answers by saying that she only loves her life but she will love to have a conversation with someone who believes that. Albert tells Dr. Georgeann and the listeners that he studies psychology. The day Albert’s brother took his life it really hit him because he felt like he did everything possible to stop him. And after his brother took his life out, depression hit him really hard on a couple of occasions. Albert remarks that there is always a way to get out of things, you just need to find out what it is. Dr. Georgeann uttered that after she got involved with natural healing life has been wonderful.
Dr. Georgeann spends a lot of time with her patients and makes sure they leave happy and satisfied. Albert and Dr. Georgeann both discussed that there is a doctor for everything now. Albert remarks that we live in a society that is really quick and fast at learning and doing things. Dr. Georgeann really focuses a lot when a new patient comes in. The level of resistance shows people how you really are, Dr. Georgeann shares. Later on Dr. Georgeann shares an experience he had with 1 couple and tells Albert that they are doing really well.
We stay in treatment if we want a better life, Dr. Georgeann announces. Albert and Dr. Georgeann later on discuss that 90 percent of our mind is unconscious and 10 percent conscious. People don’t see the signs while they are growing up and how they could use those signs now for a better life. Before the show ended Dr. Georgeann mentions that we lived in a world that is “ Dysfunctional” but we somehow managed to live in it.
00:00:44.700 --> 00:00:55.740 Albert Dabah: Hello there everybody, good evening, my name is Albert Abba and i'm the host of extra innings covering all the bases tonight my guest on this show is George and TAO.
00:00:56.760 --> 00:01:07.860 Albert Dabah: She is one of a kind we've talked many times and i'll tell you a little bit about her in a minute first i'll tell you about extra innings.
00:01:08.340 --> 00:01:18.150 Albert Dabah: It is named after a film that I made called extra innings extra innings is now on Amazon prime it's a film that I wrote directed produced and acted in.
00:01:18.810 --> 00:01:32.130 Albert Dabah: I wrote it over many years it's based on my true life story and it deals with family so tonight George and George and TAO will talk a little bit about what she does.
00:01:32.640 --> 00:01:49.950 Albert Dabah: I my show is really about welcoming people who are in the wellness field who bring something to add to what's going on in life today and in the past, well it'd be wellness psych colleges therapist.
00:01:50.400 --> 00:02:01.710 Albert Dabah: writers sculptures people in sports anyone who can add to this discussion, so I welcome Georgia and TAO Jan how are you tonight.
00:02:01.980 --> 00:02:05.880 Georgeann Dau: I so good to see you Albert can you hear me OK.
00:02:06.090 --> 00:02:08.100 Georgeann Dau: I can hear you fine hi everyone.
00:02:08.370 --> 00:02:18.150 Georgeann Dau: it's a pleasure to be here tonight with Albert and if you haven't seen his film it's a must see my watched it a couple of times and.
00:02:18.780 --> 00:02:29.250 Georgeann Dau: it's really a great great piece, and it deals with so many different life issues that we all come across in life at one point or another.
00:02:29.730 --> 00:02:50.850 Georgeann Dau: And some issues that we don't always come across but as human beings, we are all one, and we all share the same feelings, the storyline might be different, but we all share the same feelings so um I embarked on the healing arts very young.
00:02:52.050 --> 00:03:06.150 Georgeann Dau: Out of a place of awareness of being broken and struggling in so many ways, I actually have a show after this after albert's we kind of piggyback on each other.
00:03:06.600 --> 00:03:19.170 Georgeann Dau: And the name of my show is a journey through into awareness, because we need to journey through the difficult pieces and pages of our life in order to get to the other side into freedom.
00:03:20.490 --> 00:03:28.140 Georgeann Dau: I carry a PhD and trans personal psychoanalytical psychology it's really the work of hyman spotnitz.
00:03:29.430 --> 00:03:37.710 Georgeann Dau: Really, how I became a not a good cook and i'm not good at many things, but I happen to be a good talk.
00:03:39.420 --> 00:03:42.750 Georgeann Dau: You wouldn't want me to give me um but.
00:03:43.800 --> 00:03:55.170 Georgeann Dau: um Dr David Adler was really my mentor and i've had the privilege of his third generation Freud so I really had the privilege of of studying with him and.
00:03:55.950 --> 00:04:05.610 Georgeann Dau: I went on to spiritual direction, so I I work a little differently, because I don't believe that we can go into any type of wellness or fullness or wholeness.
00:04:06.390 --> 00:04:12.480 Georgeann Dau: Without a relationship with God, whatever the God of your understanding is you know for me.
00:04:13.170 --> 00:04:23.520 Georgeann Dau: I wasn't brought up with any religion, I was baptized a Christian, but God called me to Catholicism, and this was after a long journey.
00:04:24.060 --> 00:04:43.860 Georgeann Dau: of going into psychoanalysis myself, and it was through that portal that God brought me to the Christ, which by the way, Christ is not Jesus his last name the Christ is the all encompassing creator that we all know, as God.
00:04:45.600 --> 00:04:57.660 Georgeann Dau: So I had the privilege of studying with the nuns and I teach with them and became certified in spiritual direction, so you know I don't know I have an imagination that you've all heard of.
00:04:59.130 --> 00:05:07.680 Georgeann Dau: m Scott peck and he wrote the book among many he wrote the book The road less traveled and his first line of the book is.
00:05:09.840 --> 00:05:12.570 Georgeann Dau: Life is difficult right Albert.
00:05:12.960 --> 00:05:15.600 Georgeann Dau: yeah the conversation yesterday.
00:05:15.870 --> 00:05:16.590 Albert Dabah: Yes, we did.
00:05:17.070 --> 00:05:27.600 Georgeann Dau: King about how life is difficult and life is challenging for all of us and you know what's out of that place and becoming very aware.
00:05:28.110 --> 00:05:41.250 Georgeann Dau: of it at a young age, that it is difficult in the family, I was brought up in this terrific is it was that there was more to life than what I was seeing there, for whatever reason I.
00:05:41.970 --> 00:05:53.400 Georgeann Dau: knew that and I would always talk about I feel like i'm growing, and you know there, I was born in the 50s so and their answer was well, what do you think you are a tree, you know.
00:05:53.850 --> 00:06:04.020 Georgeann Dau: So uh you know typical type of parents sort of like your parents right that I saw you you speak of and emulate from your film.
00:06:05.670 --> 00:06:15.780 Georgeann Dau: But I was always aware that there was another dimension, so to speak, another place to be aware of I call it the life within the life that we're living.
00:06:16.260 --> 00:06:39.930 Georgeann Dau: So we go through life and we sort of live every day, but there was a whole nother life going on in us through us, and I believe that that's God in us moving through us and as Catholics, we always say in the mass when we pray there's a segment where we say through Christ Our Lord amen.
00:06:40.950 --> 00:06:55.230 Georgeann Dau: Because God lives in us, so we are God moves through us in us with us directing us if we have the awareness, the eyes and the heart and the mind to be open to that.
00:06:56.400 --> 00:06:59.220 Georgeann Dau: So you know in my psychoanalytical work.
00:07:00.660 --> 00:07:06.060 Georgeann Dau: I work with people to help them to become aware of.
00:07:07.440 --> 00:07:21.090 Georgeann Dau: What they were brought up around because whatever were brought up around Albert and you know this because you're that you're a therapist that whatever we were brought up around is really hardwired in us but.
00:07:22.200 --> 00:07:32.460 Georgeann Dau: It affects the mind and body and soul and we can become pliable with it, but we need to be able to put down on defenses around it.
00:07:32.880 --> 00:07:46.680 Georgeann Dau: being afraid to look at it, so that we can work it through, we call it, I call it working it through, because what we are afraid to look at and Carl young phrases it.
00:07:47.190 --> 00:07:57.870 Georgeann Dau: Something like you know we go through life carrying a dead bodies, a sort of clinging on our ankles as we walk along you know all the different parts of ourselves that we don't want to see.
00:07:58.350 --> 00:08:18.180 Georgeann Dau: But we're called to see them and Jesus speaks about that a lot in scripture my passion is the psychological commentaries of the Gospel so you know, for instance in the gnostic gospel of Thomas Jesus says it what you what you what lives within you.
00:08:19.860 --> 00:08:22.020 Georgeann Dau: If you bring it forth will save you.
00:08:23.130 --> 00:08:27.870 Georgeann Dau: What lives within you what you do not bring forth will destroy you.
00:08:29.130 --> 00:08:40.140 Georgeann Dau: Now, this was over 2000 years ago so there's so much psychology to the Gospel stories the Gospel metaphors and the readings and the life of Jesus.
00:08:41.160 --> 00:08:43.710 Georgeann Dau: You know what God did with Jesus on that cross.
00:08:44.970 --> 00:08:46.200 Georgeann Dau: is just amazing.
00:08:47.310 --> 00:08:57.960 Georgeann Dau: You know before Christ came, there was a one level of consciousness of humanity, and it was really like the first reptilian brain where.
00:08:59.280 --> 00:09:09.510 Georgeann Dau: We were reacting, instead of having any ability or process to think it through and then choose to act.
00:09:10.530 --> 00:09:13.320 Georgeann Dau: But when Jesus what Jesus did on the cross.
00:09:14.580 --> 00:09:20.850 Georgeann Dau: God changed and Jesus really came to do this is to bring the new a new consciousness.
00:09:21.930 --> 00:09:35.580 Georgeann Dau: Was that it ella it it gave humanity through free will, the ability to choose a new way of thinking living and opening up to spirit.
00:09:36.720 --> 00:09:43.620 Georgeann Dau: And I really do believe this, and this is my passion and my study, and this is what.
00:09:44.820 --> 00:09:54.060 Georgeann Dau: I work with with my patients, you know people say to me well why why aren't and you know we all know that.
00:09:54.780 --> 00:10:06.000 Georgeann Dau: As we get older, we can all observe and say oh my gosh I sound like I look like my mother or my father or where did that come from you know, whatever were brought up around lives inside of us.
00:10:06.570 --> 00:10:17.670 Georgeann Dau: And we will live out of it until we become aware because we're called through God to develop ourselves and become our own unique person of Christ.
00:10:18.330 --> 00:10:31.140 Georgeann Dau: Our own unique piece of the body of Christ, the piece of humanity i'm really one one quick story, if I may, before i'm sorry i'm talking so much okay Albert.
00:10:32.700 --> 00:10:33.150 Georgeann Dau: and
00:10:34.200 --> 00:10:42.210 Georgeann Dau: Just to give an example that we all believe because none of us believe, none of us, none of us see things as they are, we see things as we are.
00:10:43.740 --> 00:10:47.820 Georgeann Dau: And our perspective perception and distortion of life.
00:10:48.840 --> 00:10:53.310 Georgeann Dau: is based on what we saw intrauterine to age five.
00:10:54.900 --> 00:11:04.710 Georgeann Dau: Always so Sally and Joe we're making dinner and every holiday they make a pot roast and every year.
00:11:05.490 --> 00:11:12.960 Georgeann Dau: Joe says to Sally you know what do you cut the ends off the pot roast the pan is big enough, why do you why do you do that.
00:11:13.500 --> 00:11:23.700 Georgeann Dau: And Sally said because they tell you, every year, it gives it better flavor he goes oh I don't believe that that's ridiculous she said, you know what we we talked about this every i'm going to call my mother.
00:11:24.060 --> 00:11:34.950 Georgeann Dau: So she does the phone and she says mom Joe is here with me and he wants to know again, why do we cut the ends off this part rose, because I know it's because it gives it better flavor.
00:11:35.910 --> 00:11:50.940 Georgeann Dau: And the mother starts to lift and says oh Sally sweet or it's not that at all you father, and I would very when you were little growing up, and we didn't have the money to go buy another stainless steel band, so we cut the ends off to fit into the band before we put it in the oven.
00:11:53.220 --> 00:11:55.290 Georgeann Dau: And that says volumes.
00:11:57.870 --> 00:11:59.310 Albert Dabah: Let me ask you a question.
00:12:00.390 --> 00:12:15.930 Albert Dabah: You said you went into a cycle analysis at some point in your life Would you mind sharing to us what led you in that direction and how did you pick psychoanalysis to go into.
00:12:16.020 --> 00:12:34.740 Albert Dabah: yeah Nice and then also i'd like to add at some point I don't know if you were brought up religious but spirituality you, you say as a part of your practice So how do you how do you encompass spirituality within your practice with your clients i'm really curious on that.
00:12:35.040 --> 00:12:38.970 Georgeann Dau: mm hmm um I was not we were not brought up religious.
00:12:41.220 --> 00:12:51.570 Georgeann Dau: I was baptized Lutheran and we didn't go to church my sister made a confirmation communion and I had her, I still have her old Bible um.
00:12:53.520 --> 00:13:13.410 Georgeann Dau: I picked up the primer Freud at age nine I don't know where I got it and I think that God gives us gifts and we'll call to find out what they want, what they are, I was always a seeker for truth always and always was asking a lot of questions and I found my way.
00:13:15.120 --> 00:13:25.200 Georgeann Dau: By knocking on the door of someone who happens to be a psychoanalyst because mommy and Daddy weren't asking answering questions, so I knocked on that door when I was 16.
00:13:26.670 --> 00:13:35.550 Georgeann Dau: And I started working with him, I think he found me interesting because he didn't charge me and when we all he didn't charge me when we all look at.
00:13:36.120 --> 00:13:48.150 Georgeann Dau: Our life, we can see the unfolding of God, the unfolding of different circumstances which led us on a path to here, there and everywhere.
00:13:48.720 --> 00:14:01.050 Georgeann Dau: i'm sure you can think about it with the movie Albert all the different signs along the way, which God invites us to have our minds, open to so God brought me to spirituality and faith.
00:14:02.610 --> 00:14:18.180 Georgeann Dau: Through psychoanalysis and I was taking classes and a woman was talking about the psychological commentaries to the Gospel and I went crazy it just hit my heart, like a ton of bricks.
00:14:18.750 --> 00:14:28.050 Georgeann Dau: But I met Jesus in a my very first time, going to a Catholic Church and went down on my knees and everything I had ever done.
00:14:29.580 --> 00:14:38.760 Georgeann Dau: hit my chest and opens my heart and I had never rapped been wrapped I never felt so much love, I had never felt so much love.
00:14:41.880 --> 00:14:53.070 Georgeann Dau: Powerful very powerful and so I just I follow the lead so i've continued to develop that as we go along, I can you know talk more about that if you'd like.
00:14:53.250 --> 00:14:57.240 Albert Dabah: That was when you that was when you were around 16 or a little.
00:14:57.480 --> 00:15:07.770 Georgeann Dau: know I came to me know because I was going to different churches and I studied into wisdom and I was always a seeker um I know that I was 33.
00:15:08.280 --> 00:15:17.700 Georgeann Dau: When I made my conversion into into a meeting and spending time with and having my relationship that I have, which is very important to me with Jesus.
00:15:19.320 --> 00:15:27.300 Albert Dabah: Okay, so from 16 to 33 around, will you will you still in psychoanalytic therapy and.
00:15:27.600 --> 00:15:45.810 Georgeann Dau: i've been in analysis by choice for 40 years and my analyst is now my supervisor and he supported me through my doctoral program and he's my supervisor now, and you know there's no end we all have unlimited potential.
00:15:46.770 --> 00:15:53.580 Georgeann Dau: Right, so I just keep on scraping off the layers and scraping off the layers one of my patients who I adore.
00:15:54.240 --> 00:16:02.460 Georgeann Dau: He has an i'm sure you've heard of it, the analogy of an onion that you keep on peeling back the layers because we are called here.
00:16:03.090 --> 00:16:27.180 Georgeann Dau: To find out our unique self the unique pieces of God in us to live it out to support God to build the kingdom i'm a servant I serve all of god's people and i'm just it's so funny because I have a show i'm sort of sitting here, thinking that we should be taking a break by now.
00:16:27.810 --> 00:16:31.410 Albert Dabah: Well that's for sure i'm just about to say that well we'll continue.
00:16:31.710 --> 00:16:34.680 Albert Dabah: Right right the discharge and out Thank you George.
00:16:36.150 --> 00:16:36.720 Georgeann Dau: Thank you.
00:19:33.000 --> 00:19:47.280 Albert Dabah: hi there we're back here at extra innings with George and dal and she's been telling us a little bit about herself, she has a lot to say Jan let's continue on with a question I have.
00:19:48.450 --> 00:19:51.660 Albert Dabah: With your spirituality and talking about God.
00:19:53.730 --> 00:20:04.830 Albert Dabah: How, how do you incorporate that to some of your clients let's say like does it come up does the subject of God ever come up and what if.
00:20:06.090 --> 00:20:09.420 Albert Dabah: The person you're working with says to you, you know I don't believe in God.
00:20:10.350 --> 00:20:12.600 Albert Dabah: yeah I would imagine that might come up.
00:20:12.630 --> 00:20:14.970 Albert Dabah: If he does, and how do you deal with that.
00:20:15.030 --> 00:20:18.090 Georgeann Dau: yeah well I don't bring don't bring it up.
00:20:19.290 --> 00:20:21.780 Georgeann Dau: i'm not you know i'm not going to life.
00:20:23.490 --> 00:20:30.780 Georgeann Dau: You know, talking about God or you know evangelizing i'm not a quote holy roller.
00:20:32.250 --> 00:20:34.740 Georgeann Dau: I live my life and.
00:20:37.080 --> 00:20:41.520 Georgeann Dau: I am far from perfect, if anything, I make mistakes, a lot.
00:20:43.110 --> 00:20:43.770 Georgeann Dau: and
00:20:44.820 --> 00:20:51.420 Georgeann Dau: i'm an analyst and I work with patients based on where they're where they are.
00:20:52.860 --> 00:20:55.200 Georgeann Dau: What they need and.
00:20:56.550 --> 00:20:58.830 Georgeann Dau: My meet them there, and if.
00:20:59.850 --> 00:21:00.600 Georgeann Dau: They.
00:21:02.970 --> 00:21:10.110 Georgeann Dau: Have a spiritual i've never advertised, so people come to me from knowing may um.
00:21:12.240 --> 00:21:17.160 Georgeann Dau: But if people bring it up, of course I will invite them to talk about it but.
00:21:18.510 --> 00:21:27.000 Georgeann Dau: analytical work is very different hyman spotnitz developed modern analysis which really is the foundation of my work.
00:21:29.430 --> 00:21:38.070 Georgeann Dau: When when we're able to experience in the contemporary life that which we struggled with.
00:21:39.720 --> 00:21:52.080 Georgeann Dau: As children babies and didn't have the words or an awareness as to what it was what what the child was feeling then.
00:21:53.130 --> 00:22:01.920 Georgeann Dau: That i'm sorry I don't know how to shut that off I don't know if you can hear it i'm in those places where there might be wounds ignis.
00:22:03.540 --> 00:22:14.550 Georgeann Dau: that's held inside of the child person if it's not worked through it keeps on being repeated through all areas of the life.
00:22:16.200 --> 00:22:16.770 Georgeann Dau: So.
00:22:18.030 --> 00:22:28.860 Georgeann Dau: When i'm able to work with a patient and help them connect the dots between a contemporary experience and awaken to this happened way back here.
00:22:30.060 --> 00:22:45.840 Georgeann Dau: Then we can start really getting into the place of healing if a patient brings up their faith, then, absolutely I will meet them there and we will go there, but it's not something that I push on people or or anything like that um.
00:22:47.130 --> 00:22:55.350 Georgeann Dau: For the most part, I think most people have some sort of faith they believe in something I would think that if people were i'm.
00:22:56.820 --> 00:23:01.470 Georgeann Dau: agnostic i'm I have an imagination that.
00:23:03.150 --> 00:23:06.750 Georgeann Dau: I have an imagination that they wouldn't energetically seek me out.
00:23:09.480 --> 00:23:18.750 Albert Dabah: You know, there are so many types of therapies, these days, and so many options for people, I believe, and I think that.
00:23:20.160 --> 00:23:27.390 Albert Dabah: Many people if they I know of one person that went to a therapist and just got so turned off and she said.
00:23:27.420 --> 00:23:27.780 Albert Dabah: You know.
00:23:28.050 --> 00:23:29.400 Georgeann Dau: It I went and I.
00:23:29.550 --> 00:23:33.600 Albert Dabah: know, I know, again, I hear stuff like that.
00:23:34.920 --> 00:23:52.620 Albert Dabah: I I worked as a was called the mental health counselor when I was a senior in college somehow I got this job and I loved it, I really tuned into it and I was seeing clients, I was working with teenagers that were you know just a couple years younger than me and.
00:23:53.820 --> 00:24:09.120 Albert Dabah: I found that the best thing I could do at that point, I studied psychology and I came from a family that had a lot of problems as the film depicts and I thought the best thing for me to do is really listen.
00:24:09.420 --> 00:24:21.840 Albert Dabah: Yes, and and while listening I would you know and ask some questions when the time came, but let the person talk let the person kind of.
00:24:23.250 --> 00:24:27.510 Albert Dabah: Talk about what what is it, why are they there what, why are they sitting in that chair.
00:24:27.600 --> 00:24:31.950 Albert Dabah: Yes, how point, how are they feeling today and.
00:24:33.120 --> 00:24:52.470 Albert Dabah: really make it as conversational as the person wants to you know, like sometimes it'd be more conversational depending on the person I remember one of the first clients i've ever saw was reminded me so much of my brother and my older brother who took his life and at that point.
00:24:54.510 --> 00:25:05.640 Albert Dabah: At that point he had taken his life yeah and I remember that was stuck in me I didn't see that person, the same way there was just something reminded me of him, you know kind of a depression.
00:25:07.680 --> 00:25:23.160 Albert Dabah: And, but he had a lot of good things going for him too, and I remember, I felt so good that I was able to help them to some degree, and it wasn't a long term therapy kind of place wasn't like that at all and.
00:25:24.300 --> 00:25:34.020 Albert Dabah: But I did later on study psychoanalytic therapy and really benefited from it, and then I went on for an msw.
00:25:35.250 --> 00:25:43.740 Albert Dabah: And the best experiences I got were my not the school experiences of a teacher teaching, but actually working in a facility.
00:25:43.860 --> 00:25:55.080 Albert Dabah: that's where I had some really great supervision, one of the supervisors, that I had before going to graduate school graduate school told me I didn't go straight from undergrad.
00:25:55.470 --> 00:26:10.350 Albert Dabah: To Grad I worked in social work places for two years, different kinds of places, so I had a varied experience and this one place, that I worked at that was an analytical place I work with them before I went to graduate school and after.
00:26:11.520 --> 00:26:17.280 Albert Dabah: She said to me there's my supervisor that really look for a really good placement.
00:26:17.880 --> 00:26:28.080 Albert Dabah: And to intern in and look for that really special supervisor and I was lucky, because I was able to find that and I seek it out, because if my first internship.
00:26:28.530 --> 00:26:35.910 Albert Dabah: I wasn't happy with I learned some it was a drug Center I learned a lot from it, but I was able to get out of it and the field supervisor said to me.
00:26:36.420 --> 00:26:45.600 Albert Dabah: You know you can't just leave and I said well i'm not telling you i'm just leaving i'm just you know tell me what's going on and it's a hellhole really what it feels like.
00:26:47.190 --> 00:26:55.410 Albert Dabah: there's really so we talked about it, and she told me to journal eyes and write a journal of my experiences there and that helped a lot.
00:26:55.650 --> 00:26:57.270 Albert Dabah: So I really saw that.
00:26:57.600 --> 00:27:06.930 Albert Dabah: You know there's a way to get out of almost anything if you really can identify what it is that it is that that's bothering you to get through it.
00:27:06.960 --> 00:27:08.040 Georgeann Dau: So yeah.
00:27:08.070 --> 00:27:17.430 Albert Dabah: I i'm sure you've gone through so many different experiences in your life, yes i've changed you So yes, hear more about you know you know.
00:27:17.820 --> 00:27:27.510 Albert Dabah: Where did from age wherever you left off like where, how did you get to where you are now I know you in talking so you say you you studied in three different countries, I.
00:27:27.510 --> 00:27:43.950 Georgeann Dau: Believe yes yeah well you know, I was diagnosed with scoliosis which is it to for many of the spine, and you know was really out of having that deformity I think that you know and God uses everything.
00:27:45.030 --> 00:27:48.270 Georgeann Dau: That I sought out.
00:27:49.980 --> 00:27:53.100 Georgeann Dau: Natural healing so I was studying.
00:27:54.510 --> 00:28:00.450 Georgeann Dau: cranium sacred work, I was studying hands on energy work polarity.
00:28:02.190 --> 00:28:14.520 Georgeann Dau: And there wasn't much of it offered in this country, so I went overseas to study and I was at the University of reading in England and.
00:28:15.270 --> 00:28:31.590 Georgeann Dau: The juvenile Institute in Switzerland taking courses in botany so I used to teach a Roma therapy to aroma therapy in Europe aroma therapy is a real hard science where you're working with the different chemistry of the plants and.
00:28:32.910 --> 00:28:41.040 Georgeann Dau: Not all plants aromatic not all plants or give off and fat soluble a.
00:28:42.360 --> 00:28:54.060 Georgeann Dau: expectation only some and the ones that do are aromatic and they have a sense of them and they use it in our society, you know Center room or.
00:28:54.420 --> 00:29:02.160 Georgeann Dau: But they're not the kind of oils i'm talking about i'm talking about pharmaceutical grade whole and complete molecular structure that we blend into medicines.
00:29:03.060 --> 00:29:18.840 Georgeann Dau: i'm john found name was the first doctor World War, one that worked with it in place of antibiotics because antibiotics weren't even invented during World War one.
00:29:19.320 --> 00:29:37.410 Georgeann Dau: And he saved a lot of soldiers from having the legs amputated with gangrene so I got involved with natural healing and it was just a natural progression because of the psychological effects that i'm having scoliosis and living with the deformity had on me.
00:29:39.960 --> 00:29:44.160 Georgeann Dau: You know I always felt really ugly and.
00:29:45.420 --> 00:29:55.800 Georgeann Dau: You know, different so it was out of all of these wounded places that I started studying all of these and I.
00:29:57.600 --> 00:30:01.950 Georgeann Dau: Just continued to go to school and I started in naturopathic clinic and.
00:30:03.660 --> 00:30:05.220 Georgeann Dau: Health and beauty and.
00:30:07.050 --> 00:30:17.730 Georgeann Dau: I have it still I turned it over to a colleague of mine, and I do predominantly the naturopathic psychoanalytical work, and you know, I have a full time practice.
00:30:18.210 --> 00:30:30.810 Georgeann Dau: So I give great thanks to God for that, because I love my work and i'm committed to doing my work to everyone, God sends me uh huh I hope I answered your question.
00:30:30.930 --> 00:30:34.200 Albert Dabah: yeah yeah you did um what i'd like to.
00:30:35.280 --> 00:30:44.610 Albert Dabah: we're going to go to a break in a minute i'd like to when we get back i'd like to talk about this business, you have the have the guess you could the natural.
00:30:45.240 --> 00:30:46.500 Georgeann Dau: Natural pathak clinic.
00:30:46.620 --> 00:30:53.310 Albert Dabah: naturopathic clinic yeah because I think and i'd like to know more about that how that works and will.
00:30:55.080 --> 00:31:02.550 Albert Dabah: You know how just just more about that, because I think that's, together with the practice they seem to go hand in hand.
00:31:02.820 --> 00:31:11.070 Albert Dabah: hmm so Okay, thank you we'll be right back right after this message with George and thank you.
00:33:32.130 --> 00:33:41.520 Albert Dabah: hi i'm Albert tab and we're back with George and dal we she is a spiritual cycle analyst and when I first heard her say that I said wow what is that.
00:33:41.910 --> 00:33:55.410 Albert Dabah: So we've been talking about that and will continue to talk about that now she also has a business within her business I imagined she'll talk more about that called body naturals I believe and.
00:33:56.340 --> 00:34:03.570 Albert Dabah: I believe it's a whole list, she has a holistic approach to healing as the way I see it, so Jen maybe tell us more about.
00:34:05.070 --> 00:34:06.660 Albert Dabah: Body wellness yeah.
00:34:07.140 --> 00:34:07.650 So.
00:34:10.560 --> 00:34:11.910 Georgeann Dau: Everything that.
00:34:13.140 --> 00:34:16.470 Georgeann Dau: Everything that we were brought up with lives inside of us.
00:34:18.060 --> 00:34:31.470 Georgeann Dau: And when we do not address the wounded parts of ourselves, they meant, they can they have the potential to manifest physically, because you cannot separate the mind from the body.
00:34:32.130 --> 00:34:46.440 Georgeann Dau: You know from the spirit and is the spirit and the soul is the spirit and the body or is the body and the spirit is the soul and the body is the body and soul i'd love for you all to ponder that question and pray over it.
00:34:48.540 --> 00:34:53.190 Georgeann Dau: it's just an interesting thing to think about this is how my mind works, I think about these things open.
00:34:54.240 --> 00:34:56.940 Georgeann Dau: Up anyway um so.
00:34:57.960 --> 00:35:05.370 Georgeann Dau: Generally, if a patient comes to me, and they have challenges um you know there's different hands on approaches, we can take.
00:35:06.480 --> 00:35:24.930 Georgeann Dau: You know, energy work reiki massage acupuncture and we spent a very long time, with each patient with each person, so we don't take everyone and we don't we're not a factory so in an eight hour day, we might take three people.
00:35:26.250 --> 00:35:37.410 Georgeann Dau: You know reflexology but generally from a naturopathic standpoint in our society, and I love being American don't get me wrong, I went to school overseas, but I love being American.
00:35:39.150 --> 00:35:39.690 Georgeann Dau: That.
00:35:42.120 --> 00:35:43.830 Georgeann Dau: My favorite country, by the way, is Italy.
00:35:44.910 --> 00:35:45.570 Georgeann Dau: Love Italy.
00:35:45.750 --> 00:35:48.600 Albert Dabah: Beautiful there yeah it's great I love people to.
00:35:49.260 --> 00:35:55.470 Georgeann Dau: um I love all people and i'm part Italian, German, French and Italian.
00:35:55.890 --> 00:36:00.270 Georgeann Dau: Oh okay yeah my grandmother, and my mother's side was Italian had red hair.
00:36:01.200 --> 00:36:03.300 Albert Dabah: Well down the name now is that.
00:36:03.480 --> 00:36:04.140 Georgeann Dau: it's German.
00:36:04.890 --> 00:36:05.940 Albert Dabah: German okay yeah.
00:36:06.030 --> 00:36:15.870 Georgeann Dau: German, French and Italian so um so generally if a patient comes to me, and they want to work up what I like to do is i'd like to get I wanted what I was going to say.
00:36:16.650 --> 00:36:31.200 Georgeann Dau: We live in a country that, and in most medicine, everything is divvied up so you have a doctor for gastroenterology a doctor for allergies, you have a doctor, for your heart, you have a doctor, for you by any of.
00:36:32.310 --> 00:36:39.450 Georgeann Dau: You have a doctor for every segment, but they will work in conjunction with each other and we've lost that along the way.
00:36:40.800 --> 00:36:56.160 Georgeann Dau: And we've lost that our psychology effects all of that also you know i'm so generally I like to do complete blood work and many times the blood work that a patient is um.
00:36:57.240 --> 00:36:58.710 Georgeann Dau: So let me back up for a moment.
00:36:59.970 --> 00:37:13.890 Georgeann Dau: I met my first degree was in a naturopathic physician so i'm an ND not an md naturopathic doctor, meaning that it's the study of natural sciences.
00:37:14.460 --> 00:37:25.860 Georgeann Dau: So energy medicine natural my master's degree in nutrition, but um nutrition supplementation all of that, so I look at the blood work and generally.
00:37:27.690 --> 00:37:39.480 Georgeann Dau: Most people don't most doctors don't send in my opinion, a full script of what's needed for blood work um you know cholesterol.
00:37:40.530 --> 00:37:46.890 Georgeann Dau: ldl and hdl really isn't enough, we should be doing i'm either a vamp.
00:37:48.900 --> 00:37:49.980 Georgeann Dau: or a.
00:37:51.060 --> 00:38:02.040 Georgeann Dau: An MRI and magnetic resonance where they're measuring the particle and size of the cholesterol to see it's buoyancy so we know from that is it.
00:38:02.430 --> 00:38:17.280 Georgeann Dau: The type of cholesterol that's going to add here on to the ordinary arterial wall or not, so I tried to expand on the blood work as much as possible and I like to get that back, along with.
00:38:18.570 --> 00:38:36.480 Georgeann Dau: The diet, what the patient's eating what supplements they're taking I am a big proponent of supplementation with supplements to taking medications it taking water drinking everything they consume and then symptom ology elimination, bowel movements urination.
00:38:37.530 --> 00:38:54.330 Georgeann Dau: exercise, so I put together a whole profile then sometimes a hands on healing is indicated and sometimes it's not sometimes I think everyone needs a psychoanalytical work prayer prayer guidance.
00:38:55.710 --> 00:39:06.300 Georgeann Dau: I really do so I work in accordance with that, depending on what a patient wants and sometimes the patient doesn't want a whole package and that's okay.
00:39:06.990 --> 00:39:23.310 Georgeann Dau: i'm a servant i'm here to serve you if you don't want that that's fine let's look at what we can work out or maybe nothing, maybe i'm not the duck for you and that's fine you know, then let me try to help you find someone who is well.
00:39:23.370 --> 00:39:29.130 Albert Dabah: What I wanted to ask you is you know we're in a society where everything is quick and fast.
00:39:29.190 --> 00:39:29.610 Georgeann Dau: yeah.
00:39:29.730 --> 00:39:31.590 Albert Dabah: It seems like more and more so.
00:39:31.710 --> 00:39:47.850 Albert Dabah: yeah I remember when I started Simba productions that's my video production company that actually produced extra innings and i've been i've had that company for 41 years and the difference between then and now is like tremendous.
00:39:49.080 --> 00:39:59.460 Albert Dabah: Just recently, I had a cousin of mine wanted to do a we did a video for him and he says, you know he'd like it to be five to 10 minutes on this shoe company a wholesaler shoes.
00:39:59.880 --> 00:40:08.010 Albert Dabah: And I said well that's kind of long, these days, people don't have that attention span he goes well you know this is for what I want it, for I think it will.
00:40:08.820 --> 00:40:21.090 Albert Dabah: You know that's what I want listen i'm here to give you what you want, so it was about eight minutes long and in the final video turned out to be he wanted it much shorter three minutes long.
00:40:21.660 --> 00:40:29.340 Albert Dabah: What, but he found that out the way that way, by doing it right, putting eight minutes and then three minutes and I just bring that up because.
00:40:30.480 --> 00:40:41.370 Albert Dabah: We want a quick answers today we want you know you see commercials bombard you today with all kinds of medicines which never before, did you see.
00:40:41.580 --> 00:40:56.370 Albert Dabah: Right I it almost seems like diets and it almost seems like you know just be ready to say hey i'm gonna go get that and i'm going to lose 30 pounds in a month and i'm going to be just that kind of person that I always wanted to be, how do you deal with that.
00:40:56.400 --> 00:40:59.640 Albert Dabah: Like because your throat is obviously so different.
00:41:00.420 --> 00:41:11.040 Georgeann Dau: yeah and what you're talking about a different levels of resistance, you know we develop resistance really through the individuation stage as infants.
00:41:11.700 --> 00:41:20.220 Georgeann Dau: How we were treated during that individuation stage around age to how we retreated as babies.
00:41:20.850 --> 00:41:41.370 Georgeann Dau: sets up a medium as adults now of how much resistance you're going to have to it's different episodes and different patterns in life so um when a patient comes and they really very resistant about looking at what they need to look at then i'm that lets me know a lot.
00:41:45.150 --> 00:41:53.700 Georgeann Dau: there's no one there's no cookie cutter there's no one fit fits all and that's you know that's how I work, I mean it's an individual.
00:41:54.960 --> 00:41:55.800 Georgeann Dau: process.
00:41:55.860 --> 00:41:56.190 Albert Dabah: Right.
00:41:56.250 --> 00:42:10.020 Georgeann Dau: Right, and you know there's not one die for anyone, you know and that's just it, you know there's you know the keto diet there's the weight loss diet there's the fat burning diet there's you know and.
00:42:12.480 --> 00:42:21.090 Georgeann Dau: If you don't know how your body's functioning and you don't know what is going on inside your body, how are you going to choose anything.
00:42:21.630 --> 00:42:41.940 Georgeann Dau: Right, but because people don't want to spend the time figuring that out, they go, and this is consumerism right the world we're in this country they'll go well i'll take a from this and be from this column and see from this column it doesn't work Albert it really doesn't work.
00:42:42.600 --> 00:42:50.340 Albert Dabah: Do you find do you find I guess you find a lot of resistance from people any daily than before.
00:42:52.200 --> 00:42:54.480 Georgeann Dau: Not so much with me i'm.
00:42:56.130 --> 00:42:58.980 Georgeann Dau: unfortunate, not so much with me i'm.
00:43:01.140 --> 00:43:12.330 Georgeann Dau: Not so much with me hands i'm also trained to handle it because that level of resistance is letting me know something about them inside and.
00:43:14.670 --> 00:43:18.990 Georgeann Dau: It might be very helpful for me to look at.
00:43:19.950 --> 00:43:20.310 Albert Dabah: Right.
00:43:20.340 --> 00:43:23.160 Georgeann Dau: Right it's part of their treatment right.
00:43:23.700 --> 00:43:27.450 Albert Dabah: Well, I imagine you've built up a practice where people know about you.
00:43:28.350 --> 00:43:33.510 Albert Dabah: yeah and they know probably from other people a little bit about how you work.
00:43:33.750 --> 00:43:34.170 Georgeann Dau: Yes.
00:43:34.200 --> 00:43:41.070 Albert Dabah: which would be very different from you know someone who works really on more short term, not that in depth.
00:43:41.340 --> 00:43:42.690 Albert Dabah: yeah with people.
00:43:43.590 --> 00:43:50.910 Georgeann Dau: You know and and it's not about that there it's not about there being anything wrong, you know it's not about treating.
00:43:51.540 --> 00:44:01.890 Georgeann Dau: You know any type of disorder it's about working with people that want a really good life I have a guy that came to me him and his wife.
00:44:02.790 --> 00:44:15.600 Georgeann Dau: Many years ago they're doing fabulous um he was an alcoholic and she was a victim and they didn't know this about themselves at all.
00:44:16.320 --> 00:44:22.980 Georgeann Dau: But as the profile, you know unfolded um I was able to work with them make a long story short.
00:44:23.490 --> 00:44:34.620 Georgeann Dau: um you know he's doing better in his work in his business and he have as he's not an alcoholic anymore, they have one beautiful little girl one little boy on the way.
00:44:35.190 --> 00:44:49.020 Georgeann Dau: And um you know when you work through the resistance is when you work through the the traumas now, we can say, well, I don't have any traumas if you're born to be born is traumatic.
00:44:49.140 --> 00:44:50.190 Albert Dabah: Right right right.
00:44:50.280 --> 00:45:05.310 Georgeann Dau: The birth canal is traumatic everything that's inside of us where we unconsciously are impeded if we look at our consciousness as an iceberg 10% of our consciousness is above the waterline.
00:45:05.640 --> 00:45:06.300 Albert Dabah: Right right.
00:45:06.360 --> 00:45:08.670 Georgeann Dau: Right percent of the iceberg is below.
00:45:09.150 --> 00:45:10.410 Albert Dabah: The waterline okay.
00:45:10.680 --> 00:45:16.560 Georgeann Dau: So we are functioning with TIM consciously 10% of the 10% of us.
00:45:16.740 --> 00:45:25.050 Albert Dabah: Right let's pick up on that George and I want we're going to go, we have to go to a break, but I want to pick up on where you left off because I find that.
00:45:26.220 --> 00:45:27.030 Albert Dabah: really important.
00:45:27.390 --> 00:45:27.930 Georgeann Dau: Thank you.
00:45:27.990 --> 00:45:28.800 Thank you, Albert.
00:47:46.980 --> 00:48:01.740 Albert Dabah: hi there we're back at extra innings again extra innings is a movie that's on Amazon prime that I directed and produced and wrote and we with our with George and TAO for the last section part of our show and George and.
00:48:03.030 --> 00:48:09.000 Albert Dabah: We were just talking about a couple that you were working with if you can maybe kind of finish off that story that I.
00:48:09.000 --> 00:48:09.390 Georgeann Dau: know.
00:48:09.510 --> 00:48:31.560 Georgeann Dau: For about their their great so they came to me and uh you know they they my points of that is we stay in treatment if we want to have a better and better life, whatever we're brought up around and I can't say that enough lives in us, we will repeat.
00:48:32.970 --> 00:48:35.220 Georgeann Dau: That through our life.
00:48:36.390 --> 00:48:38.670 Georgeann Dau: As we live can temporarily.
00:48:39.720 --> 00:48:55.410 Georgeann Dau: If you're in treatment you bring it to your session and you talk about and it gets worked through If not you just keep on doing it because it's all you know we all we are going through life basically unconscious sleepwalking.
00:48:57.960 --> 00:49:02.610 Georgeann Dau: consciousness consciousness is 10% of our human.
00:49:04.530 --> 00:49:05.190 Georgeann Dau: mind.
00:49:07.170 --> 00:49:09.300 Georgeann Dau: 90% is unconscious.
00:49:10.410 --> 00:49:12.360 Georgeann Dau: And we don't know that.
00:49:13.500 --> 00:49:30.690 Georgeann Dau: And there's never any criticism, we can only be who we are, we can only live out of what we saw that's why, if everyone and i'm committed to this work i've given my life to this work, because if if, if I can help one person.
00:49:32.040 --> 00:49:33.330 Georgeann Dau: recognize.
00:49:34.560 --> 00:49:38.760 Georgeann Dau: What we're looking at tonight and on my show every week that.
00:49:41.970 --> 00:49:51.720 Georgeann Dau: When we when we observe what we perceive we're perceiving from who we are not what is and that's why.
00:49:53.130 --> 00:50:04.350 Georgeann Dau: patience, you know that there they come they've they've had three marriages, they don't you know they they keep on changing partners thinking it's going to change, no.
00:50:05.310 --> 00:50:17.310 Georgeann Dau: you're going to continue to recreate the same type of relationship over and over and over again until you do you're in a work, not because you're masochistic.
00:50:18.180 --> 00:50:28.140 Georgeann Dau: But because your perception is set one way and you don't know that you're doing it that's why a patient will come to me and say Oh, you know.
00:50:28.530 --> 00:50:37.500 Georgeann Dau: This still start their work with me, you know I divorced this guy or this woman, because you know she was an alcoholic and i'll never do that again.
00:50:38.070 --> 00:50:46.050 Georgeann Dau: And then they meet someone and they don't realize it, but a year down the road they married another alcoholic.
00:50:46.830 --> 00:51:09.750 Georgeann Dau: Because they're not seeing the signs unless they're willing to open up continue to open up what was the trauma that they saw growing up that had them have certain perceptions distortions outlook on life that's all prejudice ISM is.
00:51:11.040 --> 00:51:11.400 Albert Dabah: yeah.
00:51:11.460 --> 00:51:20.280 Georgeann Dau: You know that were brought born and families that they heard the word I won't even say the word I can't even lend a piss my lips, it makes me sick.
00:51:21.750 --> 00:51:23.040 Georgeann Dau: we're all the same.
00:51:24.420 --> 00:51:40.740 Georgeann Dau: we're all the same right doesn't matter what color skin what color hair what big the nose is doesn't matter we're all the same, but if people were brought up hearing, other than that they're gonna grow up and have that outlook on life.
00:51:42.060 --> 00:51:45.090 Albert Dabah: What would you say that would you say George and that.
00:51:47.760 --> 00:51:58.560 Albert Dabah: You know i'm listening to you now and being in the field in and out of the field of therapeutic work and then doing my film.
00:51:59.910 --> 00:52:03.450 Albert Dabah: I mean, I know I learned a lot, by doing my film I remember, at one point.
00:52:04.680 --> 00:52:11.340 Albert Dabah: It was during the editing of the film, I mean making a film is not easy, but it certainly was a lot of fun for me.
00:52:11.580 --> 00:52:12.780 Georgeann Dau: I love to film.
00:52:12.990 --> 00:52:13.680 Albert Dabah: Oh, thank.
00:52:14.340 --> 00:52:15.630 Georgeann Dau: You so many people about it.
00:52:16.020 --> 00:52:18.840 Albert Dabah: Thank you so much i'll keep telling them.
00:52:19.740 --> 00:52:21.300 Georgeann Dau: I will, and I can't.
00:52:21.330 --> 00:52:22.350 Georgeann Dau: I can't not.
00:52:23.430 --> 00:52:24.420 Georgeann Dau: That meaningful.
00:52:24.750 --> 00:52:36.900 Albert Dabah: Well, what for me what happened was I was looking as we were editing it and looking over and over and over words, it was one point I just got really depressed I felt like I was living back at that time.
00:52:37.590 --> 00:52:43.620 Albert Dabah: And I got oh my gosh I really went through this and it was hitting me I was just my friend, like.
00:52:44.640 --> 00:53:03.150 Albert Dabah: A friend of mine that I grew up with really I would call him my best friend and I said to him i'm really going through a hard time and I started tearing up with them and i'm not one to do that with him, and you know even more macho and little bit and we play ball together.
00:53:04.440 --> 00:53:10.890 Albert Dabah: And it was just a matter I said i'm just I don't know if i'm doing the right thing, doing this film, I mean i'm well into what I know i'm going to do it, but.
00:53:11.520 --> 00:53:19.440 Albert Dabah: You know, will it really make a difference at all, and he said to me something that i've heard before no it, but he says listen if you can.
00:53:20.070 --> 00:53:36.390 Albert Dabah: You know my last name is dabba so he always called me dad he goes dad if you can save one life through your film you've done you've done the right thing and I really I was so overtaken when he said that and I felt so much better because.
00:53:37.500 --> 00:53:42.870 Albert Dabah: What and i'm why I bring this up is because I think what, in one way what you do.
00:53:44.070 --> 00:53:50.820 Albert Dabah: When you talk about conscious and unconscious is you're helping people make connections to a part of themselves.
00:53:51.390 --> 00:53:56.250 Albert Dabah: of something they may have thought about, but they don't live it.
00:53:56.760 --> 00:54:08.670 Albert Dabah: They may have somehow connected, at times, but forgot that connection or resisted the word us before the connection because it's hard because life is hard and there were a lot of things that are very difficult.
00:54:09.330 --> 00:54:20.940 Albert Dabah: You know if you get married and get to i'm divorce and I never thought I was going to get divorced, and I was really broke my heart that we got divorce and dealing with three children and all that.
00:54:21.570 --> 00:54:35.970 Albert Dabah: And I have really found out someone that i'm so in love with and i'm so happy with, and it has really helped me see things a lot clearer about myself about the world.
00:54:37.110 --> 00:54:44.250 Albert Dabah: And you know you still got to always be on you know ready for whatever comes up in life and be open to hear.
00:54:44.850 --> 00:55:01.320 Albert Dabah: What your partner says what anyone says to you and learn how to deal with it, but I really am where we live in, like you know it's a broken world we have to fix it, we have to work on fixing it, so I agree with why you know everything is what you do what you say.
00:55:01.950 --> 00:55:03.810 Georgeann Dau: we're born into dysfunction.
00:55:05.490 --> 00:55:13.770 Georgeann Dau: The world is dysfunctional and no criticism see we all feel criticized because we all work criticized.
00:55:14.340 --> 00:55:23.760 Georgeann Dau: The way in which we were brought up in mommy and Daddy didn't mean it there's no handbook on how to be parents, no one gets it right, we all make mistakes with our children.
00:55:24.510 --> 00:55:32.700 Georgeann Dau: Right, but you know, the way in which we were brought up the way in which we spoke to when we went over to the electrical outlet.
00:55:33.090 --> 00:55:46.530 Georgeann Dau: You know, or the way we ate a food or whatever it was that's inside of us we form a type of view of ourselves and what we don't want to see in ourselves, we project outward.
00:55:47.610 --> 00:55:55.440 Georgeann Dau: And we point the finger outward so it's not about me anymore it's about you doing it, are you doing it to me.
00:55:56.250 --> 00:55:57.030 Albert Dabah: Right right.
00:55:57.240 --> 00:56:07.110 Georgeann Dau: You know the couple that I was talking speaking of it came to a great surprise to her and I love this couple they're incredible human beings it's a real privilege to work with them.
00:56:07.950 --> 00:56:20.970 Georgeann Dau: But you know it came as a great shock to her that so much of the marriage and their struggles with her, it was very easy to blame him because he was the alcohol like.
00:56:21.240 --> 00:56:22.170 Albert Dabah: yeah yeah.
00:56:22.200 --> 00:56:23.220 Georgeann Dau: Once that was.
00:56:23.310 --> 00:56:32.760 Georgeann Dau: Once that started to change, she was forced and was willing to look at herself and work on itself.
00:56:32.820 --> 00:56:33.330 Georgeann Dau: And yeah.
00:56:33.570 --> 00:56:38.820 Georgeann Dau: You know they've come so far, and they just great human being, say they're just fantastic.
00:56:38.850 --> 00:56:49.740 Albert Dabah: Well that's terrific George and listen we're at the end of our show and your Jan has our own show that she's going to run to right after this, I want to thank you for being here tonight.
00:56:50.160 --> 00:57:00.600 Albert Dabah: Again, the name of our show is extra innings we covering all the bases, I am also besides that producer director and actor.
00:57:00.930 --> 00:57:16.980 Albert Dabah: and writer of extra innings which is on Amazon prime i'm a life coach you can go to my website at a DAB of coaching calm, please tune in next week we'll have a woman, a life coach name is Sharon burn and your Jan Thank you so much.
00:57:17.070 --> 00:57:19.290 Albert Dabah: For being on the show tonight my pleasure.
00:57:19.500 --> 00:57:20.550 Georgeann Dau: Thank you so much.
00:57:21.360 --> 00:57:21.840 Georgeann Dau: Thank you for.
00:57:22.440 --> 00:57:23.220 Albert Dabah: All the best thank.
00:57:23.550 --> 00:57:27.120 Georgeann Dau: You to talk soon bye Thank you everyone.
00:57:27.600 --> 00:57:28.110 Thank you.