Nov 222013

There is a Better Way to Deal with Depression than Taking Hips of Anti-Depressants

Photo Dorothea Lange

My hair moves when I read statistics on depression and the amount of andi-depressants prescribed in the UK.

This article is a response to Pill-popping Britain: UK takes more anti-depressants than almost all of Europe (Daily Mail 21 November 2013)

  “Look at situations from all angles, and you will become more open.” – Dalai Lama

In only 3-5 sessions my clients go from powerlessness, fear, depression, despair, anxiety to confidence, joy, appreciation, happiness, enthusiasm – the natural human state, where there is no resistance, just the alignment with the core of who they truly are. More than that, the change happens after the first/second session and then we reinforce the new state, making the new neuro-logical connections in the brain habitual.

Some people take unti-depressions for years and they still don’t have the positive answer to the simple question, “Are you getting the result you were looking for when you first started?”

Take a deep breath now in and out – life is supposed to feel good to you. You deserve to feel happy about yourself and about your life, otherwise at the end of your journey you might be dissapointed with the answer to your own question, “What if I could do better than that?” Book your appointment and watch your life change.

“It’s a little like magic! I came to Irina hopelessly despondent and after the 1st session I felt like I could smile again. Frankly I felt a bit ridiculous like I needed to keep it to myself. I still can’t quite believe it…” – Steven G, teacher

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The purpose of our lives is to be happy – Dalai Lama

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By Irina Valentino, Clinical Hypnotherapist

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