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Reviews by Clients

“My therapist is attentive to my needs. I no longer have difficulties talking to authoritative figures” – Smith, 40s, overcame his fear of authoritative figures

“Shame doesn’t bother me these days. I realized my stuttering is gone” – Chan, 20s, recovered from stuttering since childhood

“I can see my son is more relaxed now. He told me he is feeling hungry” – Deva, 40s, whose son had difficulty focusing on schoolwork

“I am able to exercise 1 to 2 times a week for 45 mins now” – Irfan, 30s, bounced back from general anxiety disorder

*Names changed to protect clients’ confidentiality


Stress and Bags

Relief stress and improve mood through Hypnotherapy | Thoughtsworthy Singapore

We all carry bags in life – from school, to plastic carriers, for shopping and for work. Our bags may contain nothing, or do they — expectations, responsibilities, to-do lists, or  perhaps dreams? In our bag, who do these things belong to?

Indeed, bags can be useful for holding things for us, as we move about. What does it feel like to carry the bag, and what effect do these things in the bag have on us, on our outlook?

Over time, the bag may fill up with more things, such as new expectations, additional responsibilities, longer to-do lists. Things in the bag may start competing for space and when that happens, is the change in the bag helping or hurting? What will be done when the bag is full?

Carrying bags require some effort, and for that, does it give what you seek out of life and make you happier?

Sometimes, life adds weight to the bag, so much so that it causes us to struggle with it. Signs of difficulty include (but not limited to):

  • eating too much or too little, craving for sweet food
  • loss of sleep (insomnia)
  • smoking or drinking more
  • crying
  • relationship issues
  • anger
  • anxiety
  • irritability
  • fatigue

If you are experiencing such difficulties, you are not alone. Stress in overwhelming amounts may cause potential health problems. Hypnotherapy can help to identify and relief what is causing stress, so that you can better cope with what is going on. Contact us for a free consultation today.

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