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Dry Towel, you make me cringe!

15th October 2009
Let me preface this by saying that I am a very finicky towel handler. If the towel is wet, I have no problem man handling it, however if the towel is dry, we got problems. As I was getting out of the shower this morning, awaiting my wet hands was a dry ba... Read >
Author: www.blogtoilet.com

Is There A Spell That Can Make Him Call?

03rd September 2009
In case you have a boyfriend who suddenly stops calling, you are likely to become very worried. You will ask yourself a series of questions. Why doesn't he call anymore? What did I do wrong? How long should I wait for him to call? Is there a spell I can c... Read >
Author: Chris J Roberts

Baldness is not a curse

21st July 2009
Men fear baldness especially when it comes at an early age. It is perceived as the advertisement that you are already in the age that is crucial in your life that should have little to be celebrated about. Your life may start changing significantly when... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Acrophobia - Overcoming Fear of Height Quickly and Permanently

16th June 2009
Acrophobia or the fear of heights is one of the most common phobias know to man. It is normal to have fears of certain things but a phobia is much worse and often irrational. Almost everyone would feel a degree of anxiety peering over the edge of a cliff ... Read >
Author: John Neufeld

Hematophobia - Overcome Your Blood Phobia with Hypnotherapy

27th March 2009
An intense fear of blood is a phobia that we treat fairly regularly here in our UK hypno-psychotherapy practice. Like all other phobias, blood phobia is essentially an anxiety disorder. The person suffering from a phobia of blood may very well sense... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Hypnotherapy for Fear of Dogs: Cynophobia Treatment

20th March 2009
The fear of dogs or dog phobia is a fairly common issue that we are called on to deal with here in our UK hypnotherapy practice. Its medical name is cynophobia. Like so many other phobias, a dog phobia is by nature irrational and the cynophobic indi... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Looking At Arachnophobia Part One

30th January 2009
Arachnophobia is the great, debilitating, and persistent terror of spiders. It is not the rational nightmare of spider bites, not the mindful caution of avoiding old forest piles where the bronzed ascetic like to lurk, not the refusal to supervise a pet t... Read >
Author: Jacob Saxbury

Maintainance for Coarse african hair

17th January 2009
This new year I did what most african women swear they can not do, when I opted for a hair cut. I really had wanted to do this for the longest time because hair as coarse as one doubtlessly owned by the black race can be tendious to care for. But I... Read >
Author: Poly Muthumbi

Claustrophobic? Claustrophobia and How to Cure It

09th January 2009
Claustrophobia is the fear of enclosed spaces. It is one of the commonest phobias we see here in the UK Indeed, it is believed that as much as 5% of the general population suffer from this disruptive and troublesome disorder. Sadly, only a very small p... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Hypnotherapy Help for Driving Anxiety and Driving Fear

17th December 2008
Driving anxiety and fear of driving, whether on roads, freeways or motorways, is a fairly common issue in today's busy world. Often, the person suffering from this truly debilitating driving fear may have been a confident driver for years and then, sud... Read >
Author: Peter Field

What is Achluophobia?

08th October 2008
It is common for many young children to be afraid of the dark because they think that there are monsters hiding under their beds and in their closets. Other children might even be terrified of the dark because of some of the nightmares that many children ... Read >
Author: Dr. Jennifer B. Lagrotte, DMFT,

Virtual Reality Therapy To Treat Phobias

12th September 2008
We are in the 21st century, so high-tech gadgets would, of course, present themselves to treat phobias and fears. In actuality, virtual reality has proven to be quite effective in treating phobias - especially arachnophobia. This is one therapy you wi... Read >
Author: Joan Shine
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