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I cured my fear of spiders with hypnotherapy

I’m in the bathtub. It’s Sunday evening and I’m mid-way through my weekly ritual of relaxing in an envelope of bubbles ahead of the new week. I open my eyes and within a millisecond I let out the most blood-curdling … Continue reading

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You Can Change Your Whole Life By Destroying One Fear

  The use of hypnotherapy for the reduction and/or elimination of fears and phobias incorporates, in some instances, elements from the technique described below. With the use of the hypnotic state we may be able to mentally rehearse those situations … Continue reading

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Performance anxiety and hypnosis

By g. m. johnson, phd ~ clinical psychologist Why? Anxiousness that interferes with performance can be due to a tendency to be anxious that’s wired in physically. It can also be due to an accidental happinstance that starts a vicious cycle … Continue reading

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Can Fear Be Erased?

Read the following article to find out about the latest scientific developments involved in the treatment of fear. As the article ponts out, increasing levels of the hormone oxytocin in the body contributes to a perceived decrease in anxiety and fear. … Continue reading

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Fear of blushing

Try a paradoxical approach to stop blushing and embarrassment. Published on September 24, 2013 by Barbara Markway, Ph.D. in Shyness Is Nice. Extract: “…I knew from experience with some of my other clients that blushing problems aren’t easy to overcome. … Continue reading

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Do you suffer from severe anxiety?

Published on February 18, 2014 by Elizabeth Wagele in The Career Within You “Scott Stossel, author of My Age of Anxiety, has a severe case of anxiety. His phobias include fear of flying, fainting, heights, closed spaces, germs, vomiting, and cheese. “Faced with the prospect of … Continue reading

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Scientists discover a new pathway for fear deep within the brain

“Cold Spring Harbor, NY – Fear is primal. In the wild, it serves as a protective mechanism, allowing animals to avoid predators or other perceived threats. For humans, fear is much more complex. A normal amount keeps us safe from danger. … Continue reading

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