As part of Mental Health Awareness week, more and more people are talking about their own dilemma regarding the mental health crisis they have experienced in life. Whether it’s depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, negative thinking, grief, or anything else under the mental health spectrum, people all over the world in all different classes, genders, religions, races are experiencing symptoms connected to mental health issues. This shows how very important hypnotherapy is to this world as a resource to help people overcome some of their mental health issues. People think that they have to live with depression, live with anxiety, live with their mental health illness, but the truth is hypnotherapy can help you overcome it, transform the baggage surrounding the issue so it’s not taking over your life. You can drastically lessen or even eliminate the symptoms and underlying feelings, thus releasing you from the anxiety, depression or other mental health issue that affects you.
Often times, people endure mental and emotional anguish by themselves, yet they feel comfortable to share the good and happy times together with others. Society has made it seems that sharing vulnerabilities, especially for males, is a bad thing and it has a negative stigma.
Moving Through Dark Times In Life
With First Lady-Trump of the United States giving attention to the widespread issue of bullying, people are taking this prevalent issue of bullying more seriously. Bullying appears everywhere from the schools to the workplace to the city streets to social media and even in the White House. Bullying can show up in many forms, whether is physical abuse, verbal abuse, emotional abuse, social bullying, sexual bullying which is basically shaming, and the newest one with the existence of social media, cyber bullying. No matter the form of bullying, they all aim to demean a person to make them feel inferior in some way or like an outcast as if they don’t belong.
Stop Bullying! Get Hypnotherapy!
Do you know that just about everyone has been depressed at some point in their lives? Whether it’s a traumatic event, emotional stress of some sort, or just a change in environment that had a negative impact, and so many other situations, when feelings associated with these situations are not felt and expressed, this can lead to what we know today as depression.