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why you should love yourself first The shops are full of pink cards, fluffy pink toys and symbols of love. But who is the most important person to love in your life? I suspect most of you will not put yourself first. But you should do. Why are you so important? Why should you love yourself first? You spend 24/7 with yourself. It’s a long time to spend with someone you are not happy with. Ask yourself right now, do you always say ‘things never go right for me’. Yes? But it’s not healthy. So try to treat yourself like your own best friend, because you are. What about your health? When you are constantly arguing with those little negative thoughts in your head, it’s a real stress on your body. Your mind wants you to think that all your thoughts are correct! But the truth is that your mind is just one part of you. It isn’t all of you. Hypnotherapy, NLP and many other therapies can help you see this. Your decision-making will be more positive when you love and appreciate yourself. The fastest way to start to get rid of those negative thoughts 34 - Health

is to admit you should stop listening to the rubbish your mind is telling you. Self love improves self image. You are drawn to a person who smiles at you in the street or makes that effort to say hello as they serve you in a shop. Try smiling or chatting with the person who walks past you everyday in the street. How does it feel to do this? Loving yourself can help you look and feel younger. If you are always wearing a frown and hiding your head towards your shoulders, it ages you. A little known fact - it takes a lot less muscles to smile than to frown. Loving yourself can help you find love. Don’t hide all those things you find quirky about yourself. Those features are the ones that will help you find your soulmate. Love your uniqueness. Give yourself a break. You’re not perfect. No one is. It is OK to have an off day. Give yourself a duvet day to watch that Romcom. Becky Wells, www.beckywells.com Personal Development Hypnotherapist www.payitforwarduk.net

What is hypnotherapy? Hypnotherapy is a natural state of heightened awareness that occurs within all of us. It allows us to open our minds to beneficial suggestions and allows the client to use their imagination to make positive changes. A brief way to describe a feeling similar to hypnosis is that moment you’ve been watching TV and not heard a word that’s been said, even though you’ve been staring straight at the screen. Alternatively it’s the car journey where you wonder how you got to a certain place. Your mind is on auto-pilot and must have been in control, otherwise there would probably have been an accident. What can hypnotherapy help with? • Agoraphobia • Anxiety • Blushing • Confidence Building • Depression • Fears and Phobias • Gambling • Guilt • Habits and Compulsions • IBS • Insecurity • Insomnia • Memory Recall • Nail biting • Nervousness • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder • Pain Control • Panic Attacks • Public Speaking • Smoking • Stress Management • Timidity • Trauma • Weight Problems • Worry To advertise call - 01293 824088

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