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- Worrying About Others
Stop worrying about others
Calm your fears with hypnosis
Are you forever worrying about others?
Does bad news from friends or family send you into a spin of anxiety?
Being concerned about what happens to other people is an indicator of your feelings for them. It's natural and normal that we should care about the well-being of the people we love and everyone close to us. This is the basis of family and community life, the 'glue' that holds us all together. It encourages us to look out for and help each other, and so further strengthen the bonds between us.
When worrying about other people is a good thing - within limits
And of course when something really difficult happens to people we love, like a serious illness, or a job loss, or a major bereavement, or some other painful event, we are going to focus on the person concerned much more than usual. We will talk about them, visit them, try to find ways to help and generally spend considerable time and energy devoting ourselves to their trouble, sometimes at considerable cost to ourselves.
This is a good thing.
But sometimes concern for other people can tip over into over-worrying. This can happen when your emotional responses, your own feelings, hijack your natural urge to protect those you care about and actually swamp you. Instead of focusing on actual, practical concerns, you get swept up in a tide of anxiety, imagining all sorts of "what if's?" that help neither you nor the person you are worrying about.
You don't consciously decide to worry
This isn't something you deliberately decide to do. It's an unconscious, irrational response. Just telling yourself not to do it, or even having someone else tell you not to do it (you can hear them now, with their "Stop worrying!"), doesn't seem to have any effect.
So how can you calm down all that emotional arousal so that you can think clearly again?
Hypnosis is a highly effective way to calm down excessive worries
Stop worrying about others is an audio hypnosis session developed by psychologists experienced in the treatment of anxiety. It uses powerful hypnotic suggestions to reach directly into your unconscious mind and calm the fears.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your download, you'll notice that
- the anxious feelings begin to dissipate all by themselves
- the worrying thoughts lose their power over you
- you can think more clearly and take practical action if required
- the quality of your close relationships improves
- you enjoy life much more
Download Stop worrying about others and take life as it comes.
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Stop Worrying About Others
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