• Cheryl Iliadis

How Hypnosis Can Help Someone Recover From A Broken Heart

What is heartbreak anyway?

Have you ever experienced a heart break so profound that it left you gasping for air?

Have you ever wondered what can cure it? except for time...

According to medical experts, there are 5 distinct stages of grief. These 5 stages are:

Stage 1: Denial

When you get rejected, it can floor you. One day you’re in love and everything’s hunky-dory, and the next day the other person tells you it’s over.

It’s only natural that you find it hard to believe and to accept. You’ll be in shock and unable to process the information.

Your denial is a sort of defense mechanism, protecting you from the overwhelming flood of emotions that you’re unable to make sense of or deal with rationally.

Stage 2: Anger

Sooner or later, reality strikes. The other person’s absence starts to sink in. You begin feeling your loss, and the pain that loss brings. Naturally you feel helpless, frustrated, and completely vulnerable.

Being put in that position suddenly makes you feel angry at the other person. At other people. At the world in general. And you might even take it out on the people around you, including your colleagues, family and friends.

Stage 3: Bargaining

You start to wonder what went wrong, and what you could have done differently. You run through a bunch of “what if” scenarios, thinking things might have turned out better if only you’d done this, or that, or something else.

But the damage has been done, and it’s too late to go back and fix it. Dwelling on the past only makes your present situation feel even more painful and hopeless.

Stage 4: Depression

The longer it goes on, the more depressed you can become. You feel sad, sorry for yourself, and might feel the need to temporarily shut down.

It’s common to experience crying, loss of appetite, and an inability to sleep during this stage. It takes a toll on you physically and mentally, draining away your energy and filling you with regret.

It can also be compounded by intense feelings of loneliness, even if you have a vast support network of friends and family around you.

Stage 5: Acceptance

In the final stage, you come to realize that the situation is what it is. It can’t be changed, no matter what you do. So you have to accept it and move on with your life.

You still feel the loss, and you might even feel sadness at times. But you know the relationship is truly over, and that enables you to put it behind you and get on with your life again.

People go through these stages at their own pace. It’s common for some people to skip a stage, or to go back to a stage, until they’ve resolved their grief to their own satisfaction.

It’s also possible that their grief can be triggered and resurface in the future, like when they hear a certain song, visit a certain place, or remember a specific anniversary.

If they’ve been able to express their grief when the breakup occurred, however, these triggers will simply present a reminder of what happened.

It probably won’t lead to another bout of grief, because they will have moved on with their life and perhaps discovered an even more fantastic relationship than they had before.

Women who have tried "hypnotherapy for breakups" report that it packs a therapeutic punch, allowing them to get over lost and ill-fated loves without drugs or extended treatment. The sessions, which often incorporate visualization and breathing exercises, can enable the broken-hearted to change subconscious thought patterns and reshape their emotions.

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