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Monday, February 16, 2015

Self Compassion is different than Self Esteem:

While Self Esteem compares ourselves with others, Self Compassion is intrinsic; it comes from within ourselves.

By now, most of us know that taking good care of ourselves involves eating whole, unprocessed foods, maintaining an awesome exercise routine, staying hydrated, meditating and doing whatever other self-care rituals feel good to each of us on a regular basis.
But self-care and happiness actually involve a lot more than just the physical stuff. We need to be nice to ourselves, plain and simple. There is increasing scientific research on the importance of self-compassion for health and well-being. Fortunately, our friends at Happifycame up with this neat infographic to explain just how important self-compassion really is.

Friday, February 13, 2015

Stop Smoking...Be A Successful NoNsmoker:

You have wanted to Be a NoNsmoker. You may have tried all of the gums, prescriptions, patches, e-cigs, etc. that are out there, but they didn't  help.

You are the kind of person that Hypnosis Can help. Many of my patients have tried these alternatives and not been successful, only to find success was easy and pleasant with hypnosis.

My program is 4 sessions, an initial 1.5 hour session to start and then 3 - 1 hour follow up sessions. I have a 92% success rate for patients completing the 4 sessions. You will be supported. You will feel comfortable and relaxed, urges for cigarettes will melt away. Weight gain is unnecessary with hypnosis.

Breathe Easy. Be a Successful NoNsmoker Now.

GOOD Morning to You !! :)

Starting your day and making it enjoyably the Best...

Mornings are such an important and integral part of our day. How we experience our first few waking hours can completely set the tone for the rest of the day. Yet so...

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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Happy to Help :)

I am Proud to provide service in helping people become successful Nonsmokers. I am happy to assist people in improving the health of their life. I believe people are really amazed at how easy and effortless it is to change a bad habit and move onto a healthier more active and healthy life.
A wonderful way to continue to improve and be happy with yourself. Be proud of your health acoomplishments. Hypnosis for Health and Happiness.

Monday, January 12, 2015

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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Holiday Thoughts

Holidays can bring personal challenges:

One year, when I was a child, my father got drunk and violent at Christmas. I had just unwrapped a present, a bottle of hand lotion, when he exploded in an alcoholic rage. Our Christmas was disrupted. It was terrible. It was frightening for the whole family. Now, thirty-five years later, whenever I smell hand lotion, I immediately feel all the feelings I did that Christmas
There are many positive triggers that remind us of Christmas: snow, decorations, “Silent Night,” “Jingle Bells,” wrapped packages, a nativity scene, stockings hung on a fireplace. These “triggers” can evoke in us the warm, nostalgic feelings of the Christmas celebration.
There are other kinds of triggers, though, that may be less apparent and evoke different feelings and memories.
Our mind is like a powerful computer. It links sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste with feelings, thoughts, and memories. It links our senses—and we remember.
Sometimes the smallest, most innocuous incident can trigger memories. Not all our memories are pleasant, especially if we grew up in an alcoholic, dysfunctional setting.
We may not understand why we suddenly feel afraid, depressed, anxious. We may not understand what has triggered our codependent coping behaviors—the low self-worth, the need to control, the need to neglect ourselves. When that happens, we need to understand that some innocuous event may be triggering memories recorded deep within us.
If something, even something we don’t understand, triggers painful memories, we can pull ourselves back into the present by self-care: acknowledging our feelings, detaching, working the Steps, and affirming ourselves. We can take action to feel good. We can help ourselves feel better each Christmas. No matter what the past held, we can put it in perspective, and create a more pleasant holiday today.
Today, I will gently work through my memories of this holiday season. I will accept my feelings, even if I consider them different than what others are feeling this holiday. God, help me let go, heal from, and release the painful memories surrounding the holidays. Help me finish my business from the past, so I can create the holiday of my choice.

Quoted from the book Language of Letting Go by Melody Beattie.
Find recovery resources at Hazelden.

Whatever memories may haunt you, hypnosis can help heal.
Remember it's never too late to have the best childhood ever.