Thu, 13 Sept|
Online-Getting To The Root Cause Of Addictive Behavior
In my years of being a therapist I’ve worked with many cravings and addictions in. Everything from heavily dependent drug addicts in rehab through to nail-biting, chocolate binging, compulsive exercise and computer games. What I found in each of these people was a ‘need’ to numb/dumb something
Time & Location
13 Sept 2018, 19:00 – 21:00
About the event
Getting To The Root Cause Of Addictive Behavior
Cravings, Addictions and More…
In my years of being a therapist I’ve worked with cravings and addictions in many forms. Everything from heavily dependent drug addicts in rehab through to nail-biting, chocolate binging, compulsive exercise and computer games. What I found in each of these people was a ‘need’ to numb/dumb something down. That ‘something’ is different in each person but it’s a constant gnawing or emptiness craving attention or to be filled up, gratified, acknowledged.
So, we eat, drink and distract ourselves with our drug or habit of choice so as ‘not’ to feel whatever it is that’s looking for attention; and it works, but only for a short time. Your chocolate bar, extra glass of wine, cigarette, just one more game is just an emotional band-aid or pacifier we put on top of the pain and suffering we don’t want to feel.
My experience also showed that, unless someone gets to the root cause of their issue, they just switch one addictive behaviour to another one. How many times have you heard of a person addicted to drugs who cleaned up their act only to replace it with alcohol, then chocolate and so it goes on.
Getting to the ‘root cause ’of an addiction or craving is key to releasing addictive behaviour and Fast Track Technique knows exactly how to do that.
In this webinar we will use FTT to get to the root cause or causes and EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) to tap the habit away.
This webinar will go deep so come prepared to let go of some big ‘stuff’.
Please register or join the FTT Personal Journey to get this webinar free
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