Relationships and Other People
Without a doubt the single most common factors that contributes to our anxiety and/or depression is other people.
People in our lives, whether they be family, friends, partners, work colleagues or even neighbours, can be a source of stress, anxiety, depression and, not least, anger and upset.
But we need other people. Humans don’t deal well with being isolated, we’re tribal by nature and even though it is easy to live independently on a practical basis to be emotionally and mentally healthy we need other people in our lives.
Learning strategies for dealing with other people easily, happily and effectively and protecting ourselves emotionally from the things other people do will not only reduce stress and anxiety it will help us to live happy and fulfilled lives.
Booking a free initial consultation doesn’t obligate you to continue with sessions, but it will help you to understand how you can effectively manage relationships with people and how hypnotherapy will help you.
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There are people who are so nice they end up feeling as if they’re being taken advantage of and others are taking from them too much. They feel put upon and become exhausted by running around after other people helping – and never seem to get anything in return! There is a reason why this happens and there are strategies for stopping it too.
The 7 day video crash course is for people who are suffering from anxiety and/or depression and experiencing symptoms for example: anger, insomnia & sleep disorders, panic attacks, OCD, IBS, eating disorders,addictions or migraine and headaches, who want to learn the truth behind their conditions and learn what they need to do to be ‘normal’ again.
This 6 Week Intensive Hypnotherapy and Coaching Course is for people suffering fromstress, anxiety and/or depression and experiencing symptoms such as anger, insomnia, panic attacks, OCD, IBS, eating disorders, addictions, migraine and headaches.
…who are sick and tired of feeling sick, anxious and tired and
have decided to take control of their life and learn how to resolve issues and move forwards.