Tag Archives: self esteem

17 Ways to fix this common type of social anxiety

The following article provides us with tools for controlling any undesired levels of over excitement that may arise from our experiences with public speaking. The combination of these techniques with hypnotic procedures, such as self hypnosis, may contribute to integrate … Continue reading

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Does hypnosis cure erectile dysfunction?

Today, erectile dysfunction has become a growing problem in men. In fact, if it occurs due to old age, it could be seen as normal but if it occurs at a young age then it could wreck love life.  Does … Continue reading

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Why do I hate myself? Causes and solutions

The use of hypnosis may facilitate the undertaking of the guidelines listed in the following article. With the use of hypnotherapy, we learn techniques that help us to effectively connect with our inner mind, our subconscious mind. In this way we can come … Continue reading

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Building Confidence and Self-Esteem

You do not even need to have a reason, or to know the reason for your current perception of low self esteem. With the contribution of hypnotherapy, exercises like the ones mentioned in the following article can be mentally rehearsed, reinforced and … Continue reading

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Psychological Androgyny

Scientific American, By Scott Barry Kaufman | September 1, 2013 |  13 “…Research studies have shown associations between androgyny and a wide range of positive outcomes such as self-esteem, satisfaction with life, marital satisfaction, subjective feelings of well-being, ego identity, parental effectiveness, perceived competence, … Continue reading

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Feel Powerful…But Just Enough

Experiments show that simple psychological preparations make a big difference. By Cindi May for Scientific American. Full article by clicking here. Extracts from article: “…new research suggests that priming your powerful side is the way to go. A sense of … Continue reading

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Exercise Boosts Obese Teens’ Mental Health

Read this article by clicking here; extracted from Medscape News, published on October 5, 2012 — Overweight or obese adolescents who engage in a modest amount of aerobic exercise — about 2 hours per week — at moderate intensity are … Continue reading

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