Empowering Parents, Train Your Brain to Know Patience

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Learn to discover a better ways of handling the stress of children and family life.

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With Motivational Hypnotherapy’s patented hypnotherapy self improvement, “Patient Parenting & Family Hypnosis,” learn how to increase your family’s morale by improving your ability to cope with the stress of being a parent. This self hypnosis audio MP3 program combines hypnosis and meditation for an alternative therapy that will help you develop patience.

If you have children, you know that your perfect little angel is not always perfect. Kids can be out of control and rambunctious, making it very difficult for you to keep your patience and stress levels under control. Even the strongest marriage can be affected by children and family life, causing strife and tension between you and your partner. But there is help through Joel Thielke’s Motivational Hypnotherapy.

Let “Patient Parenting & Family Hypnosis” help you learn how to deal with the stress of parenting and family life. Your subconscious mind is capable of handing much more stimuli than you are aware, so when you let the hypnotic suggestions of deep relaxation penetrate into your subconscious mind, you will be amazed at the results. You will discover a deeper capacity for patience than you ever had before and as a result, your relationships with your children and those in your family will drastically change for the better.

Hypnosis or hypnotherapy helps people learn to be more self-assured by going to the root or base of the matter — the subconscious mind. By reprogramming your unconscious mind (sometimes referred to as neuro-linguistic programming or NLP), you can learn to relax and fully experience the benefits of hypnosis: more energy, better sleep, a clearer mind with more focus and ability to concentrate, and a deeper appreciation of the people and things in your life that you truly enjoy.

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