Hypnotherapy for jealousy
Jealousy can be something experienced as a natural behaviour and for a reason to identify a problem or an infidelity. However, for some people jealousy is experienced for no good reason. Hypnotherapy can help to train the mind to correct thought patterns that have developed.
I shall work with the imagination as it is this that is responsible for causing the feelings of jealousy.
Jealousy can not only be caused by the thought of a physical relationship between a partner and someone else, it could be derived from the mere thought of even someone one smiling at your partner.
It is often simple but can cause a whole host of problems from anger to anxiety to panic attacks.
Other debilitating experiences of jealousy might be associated with friends or a family member or a work associate who has something that you want or believe you deserve, for example if a work associate has gotten a promotion even though you believe you worked harder than the other employees and believed you should have got the promotion. This can also be described as envy but be assured hypnotherapy can help to eradicate these encompassing feelings.
Patterns and common behaviour associated with jealousy that may require help:
- Lack of control of thoughts or feelings
Not all of the symptoms necessarily have to be present but if they are not dealt with they could lead to chronic anxiety or full blown depression whilst also putting a relationship at risk.
Does your partner or family live in fear of your outbursts of jealousy?
It is common for an individual on the receiving end of jealousy to be completely surprised and bewildered by the outburst. The truth is some partners learn to live in fear of their partner���s outburst. The jealous person might be repeating patterns of behaviour carried from a previous relationship, with that said they may find themselves entering middle age before experiencing the emotion.
I will use CBT and NLP techniques combined with hypnotherapy to retrain the mind and eradicate unhelpful thought patterns that have developed, ultimately in 1-3 sessions.