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Hypnotherapy for Remembering a Traumatic Event

Hypnotherapy for Remembering a Traumatic Event

Hypnotherapy for remembering a traumatic event When some people experience a traumatic event, they repress that memory far back in their mind so they don’t have to think about it. This can result in not even remembering the trauma for most people. Unfortunately, repressing a bad event in the back of the mind can result in a lot of future problems. Each person is different, but the mind normally works in similar ways for most people. Hypnotherapy for remembering a traumatic event can be very useful. Suppressed memories could manifest themselves into making an adult obese, untrustworthy or even a

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What Is The Difference Between Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy?

What Is The Difference Between Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy?

What is the difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy? This is a common question that most of us ask while seeking options to better our health and our lives in general. Although these two terms sound just about the same, each stands for an entirely different meaning, with the common relationship between the two being that they both refer to ways of altering the state of the mind. So, what exactly is the difference between these two terms? The Difference between Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy The simplest way to go about expressing the actual difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy is by defining