If you are British then there is every possibility that one of your character traits is that you are reserved. By that I don’t mean you are booked or the sole property of someone else, I mean that you don’t let on to many people, if any, your personal secrets. As an example, if you sat ten people round a table who all knew each other well and started a discussion about panic attacks, you might find that if specifically asked, three of them would own up to having suffered or were suffering from them, but none of the others present would know about it. How many times in life, if we have plucked up the courage to talk about a particular problem, do we then discover we are far from alone? There is an adage which says “a problem shared is a problem halved” and while there is no real mathematical equation that can prove the exact validity of the phrase, it is fair to say that talking to someone about a problem can help lift a load off your mind.
Here at Reflections Hypnotherapy I come across a wide range of clients who have approached me very discretely to ask if there is anything I can do to help them with a problem. Now what you have to understand is that we are all made differently, so what may be a problem to one person can be a walk in the park for someone else. However as a trained hypnotherapist I understand that often our reaction to situations is almost programmed, and that through hypnotherapy, routines and habits can be broken, including how we respond to what were previously stressful situations. From being unable to ride on public transport to a fear of being sick, having a fear of birds to chronic shyness, to name but a few, and what to many would seem irrational fears that can literally blight your life. However once the biggest hurdle has been overcome – telling someone and admitting to have a problem – then the road to change has started, and I am here simply to help. To discover how I can help you, please do give me a call for a totally confidential discussion. Call Sophia 07766100783.