Unwanted habits, phobias, weight loss…the list of issues and conditions for which hypnosis is recognised as being an effective treatment is a lengthy one, and rightly so, yet there is an area of hypnotherapy which often sneaks under the radar, something which brings relief and contentment to couples who are struggling on a daily basis in their personal relationships.
Perhaps the most obvious example is when hypnosis is used to strengthen the bond between partners. Life brings challenges and the dynamics of a relationship are constantly evolving and changing. The exciting early thrill of finding a connection with another human being is, in time often replaced by a “comfortable acceptance”. Anxiety, frustration and disharmony may begin to undermine the bond and as we all know, many relationships simply don’t stand the test of time and they flounder.
With the arrival of children, couples become families. Financial concerns and personal ambition may destabilise a relationship and unforeseen and unexpected circumstances may bring pressures which seem to be overwhelming.
Couples do not have to sign up to any of these debilitating scenarios when they commit to each other and having a life partner can take on a literal meaning if some basic considerations are maintained and then mixed with imagination and understanding.
No two relationships are the same, but couples who realise and accept that change will occur as time passes - and therefore recognise the need to adapt and on occasions compromise - will find that the excitement can last or be rekindled and the rewards of sharing a life with someone special can then be reaped.
An experienced, dispassionate well trained Hypnotherapist can help couples to discover their way forward, to make the adjustments necessary for their relationship to mature and flourish and to facilitate change in both the conscious and unconscious which will enhance their lives both as both individuals and as a loving caring sharing couple.
Conversely, hypnosis can assist individuals cope with the stress and anxiety felt when relationships irrevocably breakdown, assisting them to rebuild their lives and move forward as a single person.
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