I've suffered from anxiety since early childhood. I was in a serious lull in my life and I felt like I was at a dead end. I had become an introvert and felt like balling up and getting in the corner. I was anxious and afraid, so I had a lot of doubt and questioned myself. I was truly exhausted with my lifestyle and it was affecting my confidence. I had no social life and I wasn't maximizing my business effectiveness. I felt like I wasn't in control. I was avoiding things that needed to get done. It was depressing because I sat around a lot more and felt unfulfilled. I've tried working on my problem with different psychologists and they tended to just go in circles. We'd have the same dialogue every time. When I tried to get help from psychiatrists, they just wanted to put a band-aid on the problem with prescription medications. I've even tried vitamins to overcome my problems, but they didn't help either.
I heard about A New Day Hypnosis on Citysearch. I had some concerns about using hypnosis, but I was desperate and I felt like I'd tried everything else. I was thinking that they would use those cartoon spirals or a swinging watch. After the first session, I noticed that I felt more confident, more positive, and more optimistic.
I'm a lot more relaxed now. I feel more in control and I'm able to exert myself in the community and in my business. I enjoy myself more and I'm more relaxed and happier. I've made some efforts to improve my exercise and my diet I've lost 15 lbs. I almost feel like I've got too much energy now. I feel more confident because I'm less anxious.
I'm more extroverted and I'm not worried about what other people think of me. Sometimes I feel like I could really care less what other people think. I've given myself the ability to achieve my goals and have the drive and initiative to concentrate on my plans. I've been able to put things back together for myself. I would recommend A New Day Hypnosis to anyone who wants to work on confidence and drive. I was open to it and I wanted change and improvement. I'm confident that I know how to overcome the symptoms if they creep up. I know that I can do it and I know that I'm a lot more extroverted than I've ever been before.