This is completely understandable and a genuine concern to many. However, it is one of the most affordable programmes available, with the extensive worksheets and mini series included. The Reset to Thrive programme was designed to complement my book “ Breaking Free: A Guide to Recovering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Long Covid Symptoms” so there is a very extensive manual to support the book. I wrote the book specifically for people who felt that they couldn’t afford to buy a programme. I have produced the programme to make the book come alive for you, so you can access extra support, have demonstrations of techniques and exercises and have visual aids to support the book.
Do feel free to purchase the book first, in whatever format suits you. It is available as a paperback from Arkbound Publishers https://arkbound.com/product/breaking-free-by-jan-rothney/ . (Please note, Arkbound are a small charitable publishers who may take a while to deliver but you can check with them on firstname.lastname@example.org).
It is also available as a paperback at Amazon or to order at any bookshop/ online.
You can also download the Kindle version or the Audible version through Amazon. The advantage of the Kindle is that you can increase the font and the diagrams are in colour. The Audible is great if you find print difficult to read.
I would however say that it is very beneficial to buy the programme, once you have the manual/ the book, because you will benefit from the support, the visual aids, the free mini courses, the worksheets, the online interactive webinars, classes, and 121 coaching, if needed.
I had a huge problem with paying for treatments, supplements or support when I had M.E/CFS but the day I had an enormous bill from my dentist for having a crown fitted, I realised that for the cost of one crown I could get my whole body better. I decided to put my money into getting better after I had had a relapse and had got stuck. So many clients have asked friends or family to raise money by doing a coffee morning, boot sale and bingo nights or they set aside a few pounds a week in a jar. In my book, I say that one of my hardest lessons was knowing I had to put my health and wellbeing first; somehow everything and everyone had had a higher priority than looking after myself. Once I was well and robust, then I could look after others and always value my health and wellbeing. If this is you, be curious how you came to ignore your own well being and decide to do something better because it is a pattern that will get you stuck and make progress much more difficult.