Children growing up and leaving home can cause parents emotional distress
Children are the joy of parents’ lives and a strong emotional bond forms as they are growing up in your home. Eventually your children grow up (usually too quickly) and form relationships that slowly reduce the amount of time and dependence they have on their parents. This is a healthy activity for kids to undertake, but it can cause emotional pain on the parent – especially when they move out or move away to college, get married or form a closer relationship with a boyfriend or girlfriend.
This can cause overwhelming sensations of pain, lingering sadness or even anger. Many parents experiencing these feelings and no matter what coping mechanisms they try, the emotional distress remains. This can even cause trouble gathering together the energy and motivation to being open to the necessary steps to heal, so much so that it can affect your personality, behavior and outlook on life.
Hypnosis helps you cope with life’s changes
See yourself in a whole new light, allow others to see the glow within you, feel more relaxed around others and feel great from the inside out — its all possible using hypnosis. Meridian Peak Hypnotherapists craft a custom hypnosis plan that get you feeling better. 99% of our clients report a significant change in how they feel after the first visit.
Hypnosis is proven more effective than traditional counseling
In a study in American Health Magazine, hypnosis and hypnotherapy have a 93% success rate compared with lower results from other methods of therapy which require far more sessions. Click here to learn more about hypnosis and its high success rate.
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