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TaraRichterDatingCoach2If you are trying to heal a broken heart there are certain processes, however painful they may be, you will simply have to endure (like healing old wounds). But hypnotherapy is one of the few methods that can actually “fast track” the process. If you are not familiar with it, it works to bring the subconscious mind to the conscious level. This will help surface some of your suppressed emotions and is great to try while taking necessary time for yourself.

Hypnotherapy is also good to try for those new and unfamiliar with meditation. Some people do not believe in this kind of stuff, but you shouldn’t knock it until you try it. For it to have any powerful effect in your life you need to have an open mind and be willing to accept the idea that it may reduce your suffering.

People respond differently to hypnotherapy, so if you’ve never tried it before allot yourself enough time to deal with how you may feel once the session is over. For example, if you’re an emotional wreck you don’t want to go straight to work a meeting! (For the record, it’s a good sign if you are emotional afterwards; that shows you are letting yourself face things you’ve been avoiding!).  You may also feel depleted and tired after. Again, this is normal and often expected.

Hypnotherapy can be used for many areas of life—not just healing a broken heart. Also, don’t be worried about the stereotyped idea of being hypnotized where you have no control over your actions or words. You will always be in 100% control.

For more information about hypnotherapy and some great free, online classes, check out my book 5 Steps to Heal a Broken Heart.

Tara Richter

Tara Richter is a Dating Coach in Tampa Bay. She is the author of “The Dating Jungle Series” and a Show Host.