I just had this horrendous fear of interviews. It was so frustrating, I knew I had everything the job required but would feel so sick and nervous it showed. I missed out on promotion twice because I went blank with panic on the day. On a third application I decided it was my last attempt. After one session at HA2 I actually enjoyed the experience. I felt totally in control, and got the job!
Hi, many thanks for the session, it’s already starting to work! I went out for a meal with people at work yesterday and did not have a starter or desert, when I normally would have. Also on Wed pm there was a leaving do with lots of buffet food & cakes and I only had some grapes & a satsuma – no chocolate etc, just didn’t feel like picking. Really weird for me!
I’ve been suffering from panic attacks for 10 years and having tried various forms of therapy to conquer them, with little success, someone recommended Hypnotherapy to me. Having now been to HA2 for 3 sessions my panic attacks have stopped.
Hi Mark, I woke up the next day after our session and felt no desire at all to smoke my morning cigarette. I don’t really know how you did this, but two months later I’m still a non smoker and my resolve is still as strong as ever. Thank you!
Hi Mark another update.. Not sure what you said to me about resilience while I was under but it is working. I had a meeting today with my manger yesterday I was completely at ease with it. I even got a message from my line manager at 22:00 to say we should meet in the morning at 8:30 to have some time to chat before the meeting with the guy I don’t get on with. Ordinarily I would have started freaking out, thinking about all possibilities, but I was completely calm about it to the point it was like… I don’t give a s## t. Then I met my manager this morning to find that this guy was not happy about a few things with me. Again I didn’t freak and thought whatever has happened has happened so let’s deal with it. Had the meetung with him at 1, got a bit of a grilling, but walked away thinking……. So what
I can’t thank you enough for your help. I almost feel like a normal person 🙂