Hypnotherapy for Relationships
The early stages of a relationship are usually the bumpiest, but you can have problems down the road if things aren’t communicated well between each other. Hypnotherapy helps you with behavior therapy and your mental health so that you can have long lasting and successful relationships.
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How can Hypnotherapy Help With Relationships?
Relationships are very much based on the emotions and experiences of both partners. Trust, honesty, respect, communication, loyalty, compromise, independence, and teamwork are all the points that make up a happy relationship. If you’re missing just one of those, problems will start to arise. That’s why it’s important to think about relationships emotionally, but also objectively.
Understand your feelings for your partner, whether that be good or bad, and find a solution. Nobody is perfect and it could be that your partner just needs a bit of guidance from you so that they can understand what you want. Or maybe it’s you that needs to be a bit more patient with your partner as they continue to grow as a person. Even as you get older, you’ll still be learning new things about each other.
Hypnotherapy services can help you figure out the root of these issues a little sooner. We guide you into a hypnotic state which is essentially a more relaxed version of yourself more willing to accept new perspectives and ideas. We’ll then ask you questions that are dynamically chosen based on your responses in order for you to find the understanding that you were missing.
Using Hypnotherapy for relationships can be very beneficial as we help you understand aspects of relationships that will help you with work, friends, and family.
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Common Relationship Questions
Why does my partner not get jealous?
People with a secure attachment style have a favorable view of themselves and feel confident that others will be reliable and dependable. They tend to be comfortable with intimacy, and once in a relationship, can maintain their independence. Your partner doesn’t get jealous because they trust you; they see people as reliable, so jealousy is unnecessary.
Why is my partner so needy?
People with preoccupied attachment have a positive view of others because they see others as dependable and not afraid to enter a relationship. However, they have a negative perception of themselves, and due to their low self-esteem, they will exhibit high anxiety and be overly focused on their insecurities. These people may need continuous reassurance and come off as needy because of it.
Why is my partner so distant?
People with dismissive attachment view themselves as worthy of love and attention. They will not be overly insecure, but they do not consider others as dependable and, as such, will be cautious of intimacy and relationships.
How can someone love you one day and hate you the next?
Individuals with fearful attachment have low self-esteem and do not view others as dependable. This leads to the contradictory feelings of wanting intimacy and validation but not trusting others to be capable of comforting them.
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Relationship Attachment Theory and Styles
Many times our partners exhibit puzzling behavior that we cannot understand no matter how hard we try. The reasons for their behavior may be obscure even to our partners.
This is because a lot of the tendencies we have are due to our upbringing. Many people fail to realize the importance of the bond between a child and their caregiver.
Attachment theory explains the importance of this bond and the influence it has on future relationships.
Our caregivers provide the foundation for the world. The way parents treat us is internalized and translated into our expectations for how the world will treat us.
If our parents treat us with love and warmth, we learn that we are loveable, but if they neglect us, we learn that we are unworthy of love.
Likewise, if our caregivers are dependable, we learn that people can be trusted, but if they are controlling and unpredictable, we learn that people are unreliable and dangerous. These views translate into attachment styles and continue into adulthood, even if we aren’t aware of it.