“In this blog we will look at why it is difficult for some people to say ‘I don’t know?’
The answer is simple, anxiety. Our feelings and emotions like anxiety and depression are determined not by events but by the way we think about these events. An event can be about all sorts of things including imagining saying ‘I don’t know’ or actually saying ‘I don’t know’. The specific triggers can vary from person to person….”
Read the whole piece at The Hypnotherapy Team Blog by clicking here. An analysis of the anxiety created by accepting that we may not know, plus few ideas to start working positively towards resolving this issue.
The ideas, reinterpretations and affirmations suggested in this post are designed to help us gain more control over our thoughts, emotions and behaviour. Complementing these suggestions with the use of hypnosis is thought to contribute to those sinking faster and easier into our subconscious mind. This is one example of how clinical hypnotherapy can incorporate principles and ideas from a specific field of psychology into its practice. In this particular case, the use of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy turns into Cognitive Behaviour Hypnotherapy.
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