Are you still obsessing about someone you were once with?
Can you not stop thinking about someone you split up with?
Are you obsessed with a person you are not in a relationship with?
Do you need professional hypnotherapy help for stopping that obsession?
If you have answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you need help to transition the way you think, behave and feel about the other person.
You have left the realms of rational thought and behaviour and entered a destructive phase of emotional obsession and destruction. The obsession may have even become sexual in nature.
I am both a highly qualified clinical hypnotherapist, psychotherapist and relationships counsellor so I have a great deal of experience working in this area which is basically a kind of emotional addiction. Hypnosis is a fast way to change behaviours.
You may even have begun to endanger yourself, marriage, family and others with the kind of behaviour you are exhibiting during the obsession.
That may even lead you into a dangerous situation where you may become a menace and damage your life and reputation and that of others.
You may even have become a stalker and could get in trouble with the law.
You are stuck in ever-increasing circles of destructive behaviour and do not know how to break free.
You may even be overly obsessed with the person you are in a relationship with to the point that you are creating a codependent relationship from your side. This is never healthy and eventually the person will probably leave you because you have become overbearing and insufferable to live with, pushing them towards depression and panic by your behaviours.
Codependent relationship behaviour for anyone is destructive and abusive to everyone involved. It leads to deterioration of your physical, mental and emotional health. You become out of balance with the needs of your life and in the end, you are never happy until the behaviour changes.
Other people around you may be able to see that but you have lost focus as you are only focusing on one person, not the whole of your life. You even lose your sense of self in the obsession with the other person.
So how can you be helped?
Hypnotherapy can help those changes happen faster and we work with the unconscious to make those deep changes of thought patterns and automatic behaviours, finding better ways to get emotional fulfilment.
I offer help not judgement so you can find a way forward. We all become fixated on people or things in our lives because we are human and we make attachments for a vast number of different reasons.
Some of those attachments are healthy and useful but others can become destructive for ourselves and others involved. When that happens sometimes we can lose control and become obsessed in an unhealthy and destructive way.
When this happens it is time to seek professional help so we can make the changes we need to make to get our lives back on track and always sooner rather than later so the situation does not get worse.
Hypnotherapy can help you break unhealthy attachments and install healthy ones.
There has to be deep psychological, behavioural and emotional changes before the situation becomes even more destructive and you get into all sorts of trouble.
Those changes need to be at a deep unconscious level so you begin to automatically behave and experience life differently in a more respectful way of connecting with people healthily. That will also be more rewarding to you.
Intellectually you may understand the need to have good boundaries around relationships and connections with other people but you also need to be able to make that happen every day through your behaviours.
Life is rewarding when you restore the way you connect with other people to one of mutual and interactive respect. Maybe you were never taught to do that or you have abandoned respectful boundaries.
Whichever it is, you need help now to help you behave in a way so all relationships are consensual, respectful and rewarding for those involved. That may also include learning to move on when a relationship is over or not available to you.
Book your appointment with Dr Tracie O’Keefe DCH by calling 0403 398 808.