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Fibromyalgia Causes The exact cause of fibromyalgia is unknown, and research into the cause is ongoing. However, research into fibromyalgia has identified a number of possible causes of the condition, and these are outlined below. Problems with pain messages One … Continue reading

Fibromyalgia What is fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that causes pain all over the body. The condition affects the muscles, tendons and ligaments (bands of tissue that connect bone to bone), resulting in widespread pain, fatigue, and extreme sensitivity … Continue reading

Hypnosis for Education Hypnosis can be used to enhance every aspect of studying and can assist a person to achieve their academic and vocational goals. There are many factors involved in the process of studying. Initially, the individual must understand the … Continue reading

How do You Spot an Emetophobia Sufferer? You probably won’t spot one directly as emetophobia tends to be a very closely guarded secret. Many emetophobes are highly skilled in the art of making excuses to avoid potentially difficult situations that might induce … Continue reading

Emetophobia Emetophobia: An abnormal and persistent fear of vomiting. Sufferers of emetophobia experience undue anxiety even though they realize their fear is irrational. They usually are especially worried about vomiting in public and embarrassing themselves. Consequently, they often avoid office meetings, banquets, dances and … Continue reading

Letting go I am often asked if there are simple techniques which allow people to release negative thoughts and emotions. Clients will often find themselves stuck. Either stuck in an old pattern, stuck with an old emotion, or just unable … Continue reading

Accountability Aha! This is a biggy. All the coaching books talk about how client needs to be accountable, and most give tips on how to achieve this. Often these tips include making the client feel beholden to you so that … Continue reading

Collusion When you find yourself getting caught up in agreeing with the client, being fascinated by the content and asking questions for you own interest, making comments on the other people and the situation; then you are communicating a judgement … Continue reading

Weight control I find that when listing goals, a large number of my clients (particularly women) will include weight control as one of their aims. The priority that they give to it will vary, as will the amount by which they … Continue reading

Differentiating between neurosis and psychosis Psychopathology or mental illness is traditionally divided in two: neurotic and psychotic disorders. That is not to say there is no overlap. A person with a neurosis may suffer from a short-lived psychotic episode, and … Continue reading

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