The Daily Brit has published an article about how phobias can ruin a person's love life. With Valentine's Day fast approaching, some people may be unable to form lasting relationships due to fears of commitment, germs, or intimacy.
The Phobia Guru can help, with personalised hypnosis plans or NLP programs for any phobia that might be damaging your chances at love.
Phobia Guru Adam Cox has been featured on Fab UK's website, helping people dealing with their phobias of other people, commitment, or intimacy this Valentine's Day. He explains how people can be impacted by these phobias:
'For those with Androphobia and Gynophobia, the fears of men and women respectively, their phobia can stop them even approaching another person. This can interfere with both platonic and physical relationships, particularly making Valentine’s period a time of anxiety for sufferers.'
He goes on to explain that through hypnosis, you can be cured of these fears, and have a happy Valentine's Day with someone special.
The Phobia Guru has been featured in Wellbeing News about how hypnosis can help people this Valentine's Day.
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In the article, Adam said:
People don’t choose to be frightened of love, intimacy, rejection or germs. The impact of these fears and phobias can mean people avoid flirting, dating, kissing and even sex and relationships. The good news is that no matter how severe the phobia is, psychological tools such as hypnotherapy and NLP can reverse a phobia in just one or two sessions.
Adam was asked to comment on the consequences of tokophobia. The highlights are here:
I spoke to phobia expert Adam Cox who explained that women who live with the fear of being pregnant can go to great lengths to avoid their biggest worry. They may end a relationship with a partner that wants children, or prefer to have shorter term or casual relationships, sabotaging them when they get too serious as a coping mechanism. Adam explains ‘from a practical perspective you may not know someone you know has a fear of pregnancy but their fear can lead them to be very concerned about contraception, regularly take pregnancy tests and are more likely to take emergency contraception’.
Adam also suggests that spending time around pregnant women can be of some benefit to help desensitise feelings of anxiety, and that psychological approaches such as CBT, hypnotherapy and NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) are also helpful. He says that one or two sessions of hypnotherapy and NLP can affect change, but that many women that don’t have tokophobia will ‘still have some anxiety about being pregnant, which is perfectly normal’.
Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2018/02/08/what-it-feels-like-to-have-tokophobia-the-fear-of-childbirth-7293250/?ito=cbshare
Phobia Guru CEO and Founder Adam Cox was interviewed about phobias for the Malestrom website.
Phobias are so common, yet surprisingly the public doesn't actually know much about them, or how they're formed.
The interview on phobias covers these topics and more, and if you think you have a phobia, don't hesitate to get in touch with us and take charge of your life.
Our free downloadable guide to deal with Coulrophobia in the wake of the film 'It' has been featured on the Verdict website. Given how popular the film is doing, people suffering from a phobia of clowns are forced to face their faces nearly every day, on the side of buses, pop-up movie trailers, or on posters.
And given the contents of the film, no one could blame for being scared of clowns.
The Phobia Guru Adam Cox himself is quoted in the article saying:
Clowns are one of those phobias that people can manage by simple avoidance. For most people with coulrophobia they can simply choose to avoid places such as the circus where clowns may be seen. With ‘It’ being such a popular film those that are afraid of clowns will see more images of clowns than normal which can cause unnecessary anxiety.
Given that 12% of the population suffer from this phobia, he thought it would be a greatly appreciated gesture to release a guide on effectively dealing with clowns now they're more likely to be encountered in day-to-day life.
You can read the full article on clown phobias here.