NEGATIVITY

Performing artists are subject to reviews and criticism throughout their careers. Their experiences differ widely, but there’s one thing they all agree on. While they may not precisely remember their good reviews, they can remember every negative review,… Read More

EMOTIONS IN CHARGE?

  It was a sunny Saturday afternoon and some friends of mine were shopping for a mini SUV. They were undecided between two popular makes, and on their way home, passing by another car dealership, they decided to… Read More

You DO Have Options!

Throughout our lives we are called upon to make countless decisions. In some cases we have seemingly few choices; in others, like when we’re dining at a national chain restaurant, the menu seems almost endless. The freedom to… Read More

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

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

Build Your Self-Esteem

Most people, at some time or other, have experienced a loss of confidence, a feeling of failure or some other negative feeling about life, about people or about themselves. Have you ever been dissatisfied with your work or… 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