Debbie's Hypnotherapy Blogs
We all experience relationship difficulties at times, and can either end up carrying unresolved issues for long periods of time or sadly breaking up. Our relationships naturally go through ups and downs; sometimes we're very happy and at others, we can feel alone and isolated, or perhaps just miserable. Hypnotherapy is not necessarily the most obvious way of helping you but there is a lot I can do to help you take control of your feelings and improve the situation.
The start of a New Year is a classic time to decide to change our lives, get rid of an unwanted habit and make a new start, and after the excesses of Christmas, there is often plenty to work with. It is usually reported that we eat around 8000 calories on Christmas day itself, not to mention all the Christmas get-togethers and New Year celebrations. We exercise less and indulge ourselves more. Because of this, quite a few of us vow to make modifications in our way of life. Quitting cigarettes or alcohol, stress reduction or taking on new and healthier habits are the prime targets for a healthier lifestyle. But will it really work?
What makes hypnotherapy work so efficiently?
The practice of hypnosis processes for enjoyment has left quite a few people feeling sceptical over the years, and thus you may be wondering does hypnosis work? In fact, studies have indicated that hypnotherapy has a considerable effect on the brain.
Most of us are a little disorganised at times, which may well be an irritation, but when the strain of being disorganised gets overwhelming, it can start to impact the quality of your life. Hypnosis lets you reverse the process and take back control. Throughout the year many different events and situations arise that can cause us to become stressed, anxious and disorganised. Maybe you're getting married, moving house or even changing job? Or maybe just coping with the demands of everyday life is sometimes too much and you are hurting the people around you by not having the time for them, or forgetting important dates like anniversaries and birthdays?
Probably one of the most common anxiety disorder is social anxiety. It can create problems in situations that many of us take for granted, like being at the till in a supermarket or even socialising with a group of friends. Social phobia sufferers can isolate themselves from friends and family, which can lead to further problems both in the home and even at the office. But it can be beaten.
'Normal' is a word avoided by therapists - and not just the hypno kind - because it can be judgemental (who wants to be labelled 'abnormal'?), and is not easy to define. But I'm going to explore it here because it is used a lot by clients, who come into my office and say 'I just want to be normal'. The trick to achieving it is for both of us to understand exactly what that means.
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