Do you want to improve your relationship or find success in a new relationship?
In our lives our relationships are just about the most important thing. However, occasionally in our hectic lives we can find that our relationships don’t always meet our emotional needs. Quite often they seem to get derailed and simply don’t stay on the track that we want.
There are many ways in which relationship problems can happen. For example:
- Distrust, control or jealousy within marriage
- Dealing with a long distance relationship
- Arguments with friends or colleagues that you are unable to approach to make amends
- Disharmony can arise in families with teenagers putting a strain on families
- Forming new relationships, particularly having just finished a previous relationship
- Fears and problems associated with dating
- Facing divorce or separation
- Feeling trapped in a relationship
- Trying to deal with a partner’s infidelity
Possessiveness is often because of deep feelings of “fear of loss”. Understanding and learning the best way to deal and allay these fears in you or your partner can make a real difference in the dynamics of a relationship permanently.
Jealousy is a complex issue, involving thoughts, emotions and behaviours. Thoughts include blame, comparison and self-pity. Emotions can be pain, anger, rage, sadness and humiliation. This often leads to aggressive and sometimes violent behaviour.
Insecurity in you or your partner can be routed in beliefs about self. These can be set up in early childhood by the conditioning you received. Sometimes things like bullying at school can negatively effect levels of security.
Distrust in a relationship can be the result of infidelity and often the expectation of infidelity. If infidelity has actually occurred, learning to deal with that can be difficult. Establishing more appropriate views are essential for a relationship.
People often find it can be difficult to ask for relationship advice. Whether you are looking to deal with an existing relationship problem or perhaps you are interested in building successful new relationships.
Hypnotherapy can help in many ways
Through hypnotherapy perceptions can be changed, giving damaged relationships a chance to heal or stabilising an, in the main, already positive and healthy relationship. Hypnotherapy can help you to re-evaluate key elements within your relationship, to look at situations from a completely different viewpoint and learn to appreciate another’s point of view. You can regain lost feelings of love, friendship, romance, desire and respect, allowing your relationship to heal and even grow closer.
How to improve your relationships using hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy can help you to re-experience past memories in a more positive way and to gain new perceptions. I will teach you some effective techniques to relax and be calm around others and this will be a significant and positive benefit in the short and long term.
Hypnotherapy can start to help you to develop greater self belief and positive thinking, leading to a new confidence in yourself and your ability to create new and successful relationships.