Tag: self-esteem

Jul 28 2014

Vol. 97 February 2011 – Living Your Definite Purpose

This article demonstrates two examples of how two woman were derailed from their definite purposes and how they got back on track.

Jul 21 2014

Trichotillomania: Do You Or One Of Your Kids Pull Out Hair?

Suzanne works with a child how habitually pulls at the hairs in his eyebrows. This action was caused buy what the child perceived as a traumatic act earlier in his life. Suzanne also discusses how this treatment may word differently for adults

Apr 28 2014

Volume 98, March 2011 – Friendship: What Is It?

Friendship consists of a special understanding through a respect of one another. This article explains how to build healthier friendships though better communication.

Mar 03 2014

Be In Control of Your Own Life

Are you a person who puts on a “mask” pretending to be the person that you believe others will like better than the natural you? It takes a lot of energy to do this while you are decreasing your own sense of self. Being in control of your own life is based on being true to who you are and allowing others to accept you as a result.

Feb 03 2014

Is The Pharmacological Business is Running Your Life?

Suzanne discusses the advantages of using hypnosis techniques such as Time Line Therapy and NLP instead of medications.

Jan 13 2014

When Will Marketers Stop Screwing With Self-Conscious Teens Body Images? – Vol. 133, Jan. 5, 2011

Katie Kindlan wrote on the December 6, 2011 ABC News Blog of the “picture perfect” computer generated models that the huge clothing retailer H&M is using on their website to sell their swimming suit and lingerie online. They claim that doing this allows the garments to be the main focus of their shopper’s experience. I …

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Dec 09 2013

Anger, Depression Focused Inwardly

This client sought Suzanne help for smoking cessation, but then discovered he needed to work his way through other issues related to his parental relationships.