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Weight Loss Program & Hypnosis Expert!
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Ignoring crying babies can lead to serious problems!
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Skype Hypnotherapy
Would you like my help without even having to leave home?

Skype Hypnotherapy is the answer.

Skypenosis Hypnotherapy sessions are now available to everyone via Skype. I first started using Skype in 2010 to help people suffering from Stress, Anxiety as well as Phobias and Insomnia. It quickly became evident that I was able to work with people who I would otherwise not be able to help. I started working with clients who were abroad using the Skype technology, and Hypnosis, EFT, NLP and other techniques helping them to Quit Smoking and Lose Weight. First, I had clients in the US only and then in Russia, Ireland, UK and it grew from there.

Lately a lot of clients prefer to be hypnotized in the comfort of their own home. In doing so, they are able to relax in their favorite chair and wear their most comfortable clothing.
Would you like to get help in the comfort of your own home? Now you don't even need to leave your house to make the changes that you really want and let go of the past.

Where you are really doesn't matter any more !

Skype Hypnosis and all of its benefits come to you with Hypnosis 2 Change.
Call us today to learn more 678 856-6090
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FACTS YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT HUGGING

We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance. We need 12 hugs a day for growth.” A simple hug is responsible to produce the “love hormone” oxytocin, which is beneficial for stress levels, heart health, and more. It is released by your pituitary gland and can help to boost your emotional and physical health.

EVEN A 10-SECOND HUG CAN IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH

Results of the study ‘Meanings of hugging‘ from Lena Forsell and Jan Åström identified several impacts a 10-second hug can have to your health:

Lower risk of heart disease
Fight infections
Stress reduction
Fight fatigue
Boost your immune system
Ease depression
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The Celebrities who used Hypnosis ...

Courtney Cox and Danniella Westbrook are among the famous smokers who have used hypnosis to stop smoking.

Why do they choose hypnosis?

Forget nicotine patches or going cold turkey – hypnosis is the most effective way to stop smoking, plus its natural and drug free.
You may have decided you want to stop smoking, but nicotine cravings can continue be tough to overcome alone. Hypnosis induces a state of deep relaxation allowing the clinical hypnotherapist to reprogram your subconscious and store anti smoking messages straight into your mind to help beat unconscious cravings.

What happens afterwards...

After discussing why I wanted to stop smoking with hypnotherapist Alisa Abdullaeva, I lay on the recliner and she started talking to me in a low calm voice and no swinging watches were involved despite popular belief! Once I was relaxes she counted down from ten to one, after which everything got a bit foggy. I remember her only telling me to go back to my 16 year old self and come to agreement to quit. I also remember her saying that whenever I saw the color black I would be invigorated in my decision to quit – perhaps because my purse is black. The whole process took 2.5 although it felt like ten minutes.

Did it hurt?

Despite initial nervousness it was actually a very pleasant and relaxing experience.

Does it work?
Its two weeks since I saw Alisa and I still haven’t had a cigarette…
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Why Inner Healing is Critical

One of the oldest clichés about parenting is that we begin to have newfound respect and compassion for our parents when we raise our own children. If you have chosen to read this post, however, your experience was probably quite different. You likely already had a sense that your parents were odd — unusually self-absorbed and inattentive to your needs — but it wasn’t until you had children of your own that you began to more fully grasp the significance of their indifference. In short, something in the experience of raising children broke through longstanding denial and rationalization to a disturbing realization that you were the victim of profound childhood neglect.

As a clinical psychologist, it has been my experience that while these reactions are deeply unsettling, they can set the stage for self-understanding and even healing.

The past decade has seen an outpouring of research on the profoundly negative psychological effects of childhood neglect, as well as abuse, predisposing victims to adult depression, alcohol abuse, anxiety, suicide, and risky sexual behavior (Norman, et al., 2012). The psychological needs of children can be neglected for all sorts of reasons, including parental addiction, family breakup, poverty, violence, and serious mental illness. But in my experience, the effects of emotional neglect by narcissistic parents are particularly pernicious and difficult to acknowledge, let alone overcome. In part, this is because the neglect is generally rationalized and normalized by the parent in accord with inherent personality characteristics that are extremely confusing to the developing child. Such a child is apt to grow up believing that his or her needs were not important, and that the parent’s treatment was actually appropriate and loving. The child may even engage in self-reproach for feeling a lack of love and appreciation toward the (ostensibly caring) narcissistic parent.

A defining feature of a narcissist is a virtually exclusive attention to and focus on self-inflation or enhancement. The narcissistic personality is organized around the need to deflect, neutralize, or negate a sense of shameful deflation (Zaslav, 2017). We are all familiar with the emotion of shame, a global experience of feeling deficient, damaged, or bad. Unlike guilt, in which regret over actions that may have harmed another can promote efforts to make amends or apologize to the person harmed, the shame experience tends to be private and asocial. The characteristic defenses against shame, such as anger, envy, or blaming others, are fundamentally alienating and expressed through conflict or avoidance (Zaslav, 1998).

For the narcissist, relationships are dominated by the theme of self-enhancement. They tend to seek out others who will provide attention and admiration. Thus, the other parent may have accommodated to life with the narcissist by learning to promote a stream of inflating input, while protecting and making excuses for his or her vulnerability to criticism. Young children provide little buoying currency for the narcissistic parent. Needy and helpless, the child’s needs may be experienced as a burden. Worse yet, the child’s needs may trigger resentment by reminding the narcissistic parent of what he or she failed to receive in their own childhood.

In a scene of new parents interacting with their newborn child, we witness how successfully evolution has shaped our inherent attention and interest to the needs of our children. Bowlby (1969) emphasized the critical importance of early experiences with caregivers in shaping the future ability to establish relationships and to internalize a stable, positive sense of self — “secure attachment." Of course, evolution does not demand the impossible. Adequate parenting does not require perfect attunement to the child’s needs. In fact, it is through periodic attunement failures and subsequent repairs that the child develops internal emotional self-regulatory resources (Schore, 2012). But parenting does require a motivation to be interested in, and an ability to empathize with, a child’s needs and reactions.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-white-knight-syndrome/201708/how-recover-narcissistic-parent?utm_source=FacebookPost&utm_medium=FBPost&utm_campaign=FBPost
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The Journey towards Inner Healing!

Inner healing requires a decision: a decision to release inner struggle or pain and find peace of mind, body, heart, and soul. A person searching for such peace is similar to a traveler on a journey. Once he has made the decision to make the journey he/she begins to reflect on the journey itself, on what is happening to him along the way. The traveler begins to realize that the events that occur along the way have their own importance. If these events are ignored he/she may miss the point of the journey and in the end be unprepared for his/her destination.
It is up to a person to make in his or her life this decision to find peace of mind, body, heart, and soul. Some of the many psychological road blocks or obstacles a traveler may encounter on this journey will be discussed as well as the travelers’ ability to recognize them and navigate around them. Once the traveler is aware of the road blocks in his/her life, he/she can then reflect on them and “little by little come to recognize” the triggers that may be causing his/her inner struggle and lack of peace. Eventually, he/she will begin to understand the difference between true happiness and the world’s many substitutes for happiness. Once these psychological roadblocks are removed, the traveler can be free to take action and follow the road that leads him/her on his spiritual journey, on the road to happiness, his/her final destination.
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Hypnosis 2 Change Program!
How to nurture and heal anxiety, depression and fear! (psychological exercise for your inner child)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gD1OXifQcK8
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How to heal anxiety, depression or fear!
Hypnosis 2 Change Program Day 2!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gD1OXifQcK8
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Just 3 days away from the Leader Within Course! Please call us today to learn how your life will transform with this course! 678 856-6090
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How sleep affects your health? The importance of the sleep.
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