Mrs. Emily Filmore BA, JD

Emily Filmore

As a mommy, author, speaker, artist, former licensed attorney, and wife, Emily has a very fulfilling and busy life despite the autoimmune disease that wracks her body! Emily and her husband, Scott, practice attachment parenting with their ten year old daughter, Sage, and twenty-three year old nephew, Rickey. They work as a family to fill their home with love, laughter, and acceptance. They allow their intuition to guide and inspire their decisions; finding it to be both rewarding and enjoyable. Emily homeschools Sage and enjoys every moment of learning and exploration. Emily is passionate about teaching how principles of love, understanding, and intuition can be applied to every aspect of life - from health, to education, to politics, to social issues. She believes that every person has divine and inherent worth and can take responsibility for the society in which we live.

Emily mentors, writes, and speaks about living your best life through mindful, spiritual practices. Emily is available for personal and spiritual mentoring. Emily's measured, common sense, empathetic approach to everyday situations will help you find your own answers. Emily helps you dive into your own intuitive self, helps you ask the right questions, and examine your own limiting beliefs that are keeping you from making the most effective decisions that will best serve your life. Whether your questions involve personal growth, spiritual inquiries, relationships, parenting, or emotions arising from health circumstances; Emily can help you mine through your thoughts and come to clarity. More information can be found at emilyfilmore.com.

Books Emily has Published

The Marvelous Transformation: Living Well with Autoimmune Disease

by Emily A. Filmore, Foreward by Neale Donald Walsch (Central Recovery Press, July 2015). More than eighty health conditions are caused by autoimmune disease, with symptoms ranging from occasionally uncomfortable to debilitating or life-threatening. Written by a fellow sufferer, this book provides practical coping mechanisms to ease physical, mental, and emotional discomfort. The AARDA (American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association) estimates that 50 million Americans have an autoimmune disease.

Articles Emily has Published
11 Ways to Be Intimate When You Have
11 Ways to Be Intimate When You Have Chronic Illness and Sex Is Difficult

February is the month of love. Chocolate-covered strawberries, roses, sensual massage oils, lingerie, and champagne — we see reminders of romance and, yes, sex everywhere. When you are dealing with »

February is the month of love. Chocolate-covered strawberries, roses, sensual massage oils, lingerie, and champagne — we see reminders of romance and, yes, sex everywhere. When you are dealing with the effects of chronic illness — pain, physical limitations, and fatigue which are not in your control — they can impair your sex-life. Unfortunately, during the Valentine's season, for..

Mrs. Emily Filmore · February 8th, 2017

Mrs. Emily Filmore · February 8th, 2017

Broke in Love: A Modern Family
Broke in Love: A Modern Family

"Look at the world around you, I mean really look. Are people happy? Do the financially wealthy appear to be more secure or content than we are?" Our kids, ten-year-old daughter, Sage, and 23-year-old »

"Look at the world around you, I mean really look. Are people happy? Do the financially wealthy appear to be more secure or content than we are?" Our kids, ten-year-old daughter, Sage, and 23-year-old nephew, Rick, and I were discussing my practice of finding appreciation for the little things in life; a practice that annoys my daughter to no end. This is a prevalent theme in our family, as my husband,..

Mrs. Emily Filmore · August 21st, 2016

Mrs. Emily Filmore · August 21st, 2016

Children’s Domain Over Their Own Bodies
Children’s Domain Over Their Own Bodies

Children, boys or girls, shouldn't have to hug everyone in their family and should have complete control over their own personal space. How controversial! When you look at a child as a fully actualized »

Children, boys or girls, shouldn't have to hug everyone in their family and should have complete control over their own personal space. How controversial! When you look at a child as a fully actualized human being from birth, with intrinsic worth equal to that of your own, you realize that they are not your trophy nor your puppet. They are not something or someone from which you should derive pride..

Mrs. Emily Filmore · August 13th, 2016

Mrs. Emily Filmore · August 13th, 2016