GREENVILLE — The Greenville Business & Professional Women’s Club (BPW) Public Relations Committee will host its monthly dinner meeting Feb. 11 at the Brethren Retirement Community’s Private Dining Room at 6:30 pm. The program will feature Dr. Debbie McFarland speaking about “emotions.”
“Emotions have a powerful effect on our lives and those that we love,” said a spokesperson. “There can be times in our lives that we can become overwhelmed, over-loaded, stressed and in general a “hot mess.” Options can include: Venting on Facebook (not very effective), ignoring the signs and pushing it down until we explode, Google remedies, taking medications or get counseling.”
McFarland has some holistic natural approaches that can help “release” trapped emotions preventing this downward spiral and attain a way to recovery.
McFarland is a chiropractor, certified in acupuncture, trained in functional endocrinology, aromatherapy/essential oils, food coaching and general nutrition, a pastor and an author of seven books on holistic solutions. She is also an artist and the developer of the Greenville Art Group. Her office is located at 607 S. Broadway in Greenville. She received her doctor of chiropractic degree from Cleveland Chiropractic in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1986. McFarland is a wife, mother to six children and grandmother to 10 with one on the way. She recently moved from her office of 20 years in New Philadelphia, Ohio, to start a practice here in Greenville.