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You Can Overcome Pornography Addiction


Hypnotherapy and NLP to Help You Overcome Pornography Addiction

Hypnotherapy can help you

  • Are you addicted to pornography?
  • Would you like to stop looking at porn?
  • How much better will you life be,
  • When you can get offline and ‘on life’.
  • There is an easy cure for porn addiction,
  • The cure is hypnotherapy and NLP

Addiction to pornography is something we do not hold any particular moral standpoint over – we simply treat people where this problem is having a negative affect upon their lives and they want to change.

Stop the ‘good feelings’ associated with porn

This addiction functions in the neurology like many others. The person (usually, but not always male), gets a ‘good feeling’ from the idea of viewing pornography which then seems to ‘compel’ them to buy the magazine, watch the film, or, as is more common these days, spend hours surfing the net.

Many men feel guilty about doing so, and will repeatedly lie to their partner about their activity. Yet some still find themselves drawn back to pornography by the ‘good feeling’ the thought of it produces.

Direct training for your mind

We work to directly re-pattern the mind, educating the client to control their imagination rather than being the victim of it, to empower the client to ‘get offline and get on life’ as Richard Bandler once said.

Pornography addiction sorted quickly and easily

The treatment is usually speedy and is always straightforward and the aim is to give you control back over the way that your imagination has unwittingly automated.

How long will the treatment take?

The average number of hour-long sessions to treat this addiction is 1 – 3.

Please feel free to make comments and or ask questions.

2 Responses

  1. Paul says:

    Is this the same as checking out hot chicks walking along the main road almost to the point of giving myself whiplash. Ps since i was about 7 y/o. Yet am strangely shy and timid and suffer from low self esteem and high anxiety and frequent low mood. (depression)

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