Tag Archives: Psychology Today

You can’t change the past, but you can rewrite your history

With the help of hypnotherapy we may be able to perform the exercise described below with an increased sense of vividness and realism. Changing the ending of some of our most unfortunate memories may prove uselful at times. Learning to … Continue reading

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You have more control over your self-control than you think

Interesting article about the power of reframing. Reframing is a technique that encourages us to view things, events, experiences, etc from a different perspective, so that we may be able to deal with it more productively. For instance, if we … Continue reading

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How does spontaneous gratitude increase daily well-being?

The following article presents recent studies on the positive effect of gratitude. If the results of these studies continue to be confirmed, it may become interesting for all of us to explore this state of mind. As the article exposes, … Continue reading

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Dealing with anxiety by cutting to the (cognitive) core

Using hypnotherapy combined with the innovative technique described below may encourage faster and more effective results. Please read this blog’s pages or contact us directly for more information. Cognitive bias training shown to change brain activation. Let’s pretend for a … Continue reading

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Is it Panic Disorder or something else?

Experiencing panic attacks doesn’t mean you have Panic Disorder. I frequently have people come to me having already self-diagnosed themselves as having Panic Disorder because they have panic attacks. Although some people are right, just as frequently, they’re wrong. Briefly, … Continue reading

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7 tips on how to kick the habit of indecisiveness

Making decisions When I was growing up I always seemed to choose friends who were “bossy.” They usually knew what they wanted and made all the decisions, and I tended to go along with it. As I grew older, I … Continue reading

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Are you your own worst enemy?

Suggestions and advice listed in this article may be even more efficient when practiced or rehearsed from a hypnotic state. Read more about hypnosis in the pages of this blog or contact us (or a therapist near you) in order … Continue reading

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