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Steven Harold
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Hypnotherapist in London
Hypnotherapist in London

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My new hypnotherapy in Derbyshire practice is close to the M! and convenient for Nottinghamshire

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Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT) is a new and fast way of changing the choices made by the brain when it analyses what response it should make to any given situation. Why would we want to change the brain's response? Because sometimes the brain makes a choice which is unhealthy or un-resourceful. For example, having a panic attack on a tube train is not a useful response to using this form of transport. Likewise, many unwanted habits, urges and behaviours can be changed by BWRT.

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Probably one of the most common phobias is a social phobia or social anxiety disorder. Without a resolution a person can find themselves becoming more isolated and feeling alone. Social phobia is not something that you are born with. Anxiety about a social event is a reaction that is learnt. It can therefore be unlearnt and it is possible to find a different way of perceiving and feeling about mixing with others at any social gathering..

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TriciaWoolfrey has put together a great checklist for anyone who is considering visiting a hypnotherapist

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It's all about relationships is it not? Wherever we go and whoever we meet, friends, family, colleagues, neighbours... it's all about relationships. Even when we buy a newspaper from a local shop or do our grocery shopping we meet people and are part of a relationship.

Malaysian Airlines are being criticised for the management of the relationship between their communications and the relatives of the passengers and crew on the missing plane. Russia's relationship with most of the international community is under strain.

Wouldn't it be wonderful if relationships started on a more healthy footing right at the beginning of life when we are babies, toddlers and growing up into young adults. Although our parents, carers and other adults have good intentions towards parenting us, often their own insecurities, anxieties and the influence of the way they were parented, lead to unhealthy responses to us. This means we get distorted into becoming someone who learns to accentuate those approved aspects of our personality and to hide those parts of ourselves that have been rejected and shamed.  

Flexibility and adaptability to our environment are part of Darwin's theory of evolution and are admirable qualities in a fast changing world but what if that flexibility leads us into becoming someone who we are not? What if it leads us into following a career path just to please mum, dad or other person of influence. One example of  proof of entering a career that isn't really for you is when you reach your late thirties or forties and have what is called a "mid-life crisis". A radical career change then occurs such as the banker who resigns and becomes, let's say, an artist. 

The same can be true of love. If, as a child, the only relationship you have experienced is from a cold and distant father or mother who physically and mentally abuses you, there is a chance that you will find a partner who does exactly the same thing. Our formative years have such a great bearing on our understanding of the world, and even seemingly small events as a child, can have a greater proportion of influence over us than they merit.

For example if a child wants an ice cream and a parent says "no" but the child persists, the parent may for the sake of peace give the child the ice cream but let the child know they are angry at them by saying "oh for goodness sake, have it then and shut up!".  If this experience is repeated a few times the child learns that when they get something they want or desire, it is bound to be followed by some anger or other negative feeling. Without help, the child grows up to become an adult who avoids seeking anything that pleasures them because they fear feeling the same negative feelings and emotions afterwards.

So it's all about relationships. We can have thriving relationships no matter what sort of start we had in life. Of course one of the most important relationships, maybe, the most important relationship is with yourself. After all, you have to live with yourself 24/7. If you have a healthy relationship with yourself, if you think good of yourself, you are much more likely to have healthy and thriving relationships with others.

If you feel bad about yourself, if you are your own worst enemy and criticise yourself, you are much more likely to have unhealthy and manipulative relationships with others. You are much more likely to have people in your environment who bully, tease or abuse you in some way or another. If you act like a door mat, you more likely to be treated like one.

Happiness can only really be enjoyed if you are yourself... warts and all. Thriving and healthy relationships mean that in being yourself, you don't have to hide. Being the natural you, the "you" you were born to be, takes much less effort than having to
"double think" before you say something or be guarded in your interactions with others. It means you can make mistakes and be okay too because your healthy relationships accept you.

What difference would it make to your life to be able to be yourself? To know you are accepted and loved for who and what you are and all that you are is the most wonderful being; natural, easy, confident. How would it transform or enhance your life to live your life and do those things (work, hobbies, interests) that reflect your essence.

It makes you wonder why the subject  of relationships is not part of the school curriculum in any direct form and that parenting classes are not freely available. When every other role in life needs courses, study, understanding, qualifications, self-reflection and learning from a mentor, why is the vital aspect parenting left to "making it up as you go along?"

http://www.hypno-therapist.com/emsrp.html

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Been working hard on completing the training materials ready for the first ever practitioner's course on EMSRP - Expressive Meta-Schematic Re-patterning (what a mouthful that is). We have lot's data now proving how much this process makes positive change almost inevitable. Thriving relationships, healthy self esteem, fulfilling life,  higher self confidence. http://www.hypno-therapist.com/

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