CHANGE

If you’re like most people, you’ve probably known someone who did something wrong – really wrong – and then said, “I know I messed up, but please give me another chance. I can change. I’ll change. I can… Read More

Yes, You CAN Relax!

Have you ever felt so tense or nervous that other people noticed your discomfort and tried to help out? Did they say something like, “just relax”, “chill”, or if you’re an old school dude like me, “take it… Read More

OBESITY AND STRESS

A recent client asked to be hypnotized for weight loss. He said that he eats too much, and he knows why. It’s because his relationship with his wife is so tense, she is so domineering and abusive, that… Read More

CONQUERING FEAR AND ANXIETY

Have you ever felt afraid, anxious or worried, and the feeling was awful … and it wouldn’t go away … and you didn’t know what to do about it? If so, please keep reading. The purpose of this… Read More

JUDGING OTHERS

Throughout the world, the great teachings have warned us not to pass judgment on other people. Rather than judging and criticizing people destructively, we are urged to show mercy and compassion. The Jewish law states (Leviticus 19:15) that… Read More

Bad Company

Not long ago, one of America’s cable news networks aired an interview with two members of the family that produced President John F. Kennedy, and Senators Robert and Ted Kennedy. If you follow the news you have probably… Read More

Who Do You Trust?

Have you ever made a mistake in a relationship? Have you hurt or misjudged someone? Have you ever experienced disappointment or betrayal? Whether you’ve been on the giving or the receiving end, you might find this information valuable…. Read More

Trouble Sleeping

An article in the U.S. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine (JCSM) defines insomnia as follows: “… (1) difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep or nonrestorative sleep; (2) this difficulty is present despite adequate opportunity and circumstance to sleep; (3)… Read More

EXERCISE

Conclusive Evidence: Exercise Helps Reduce Depression and Anxiety From the American Psychological Association “It is concluded that findings provide clear evidence that participation in a program of strenuous aerobic exercise is effective for reducing depression.” http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/psp/46/5/1142/ From the… Read More

GOALS

When I see clients in their first sessions, I ask them for a goal statement. Typically people will say they want to feel better, get rid of a bad habit, stop procrastinating, get their marriage back, that sort… Read More