Inner Child Hypnosis

Postby Mutimumu » Sun Nov 08, 2020 7:21 am

Hi everyone.
I have had very low self esteem throughout my life. My self confidence is in tatters and I have big problem with social anxiety and phobias. I find myself avoiding people because I swear and hyperventilate around people. It has made me to avoid going to church and to have a no social life. I have become a loner. Working a job I don't like , surrounded by people who don't care at all about me.
I know and have heard about inner child therapy. I am more interested in hypnosis as I have tried by myself to raise my self worth and esteem and I am going no where. I need help on how to go about it. I also would like to hear from people in the same boat so that we can sail together.

Background:
I understand that I had a very difficult first-three-year . My parents we always fighting and even when she was pregnant with me. I find myself dwelling on the negatives and easily get anxious and depressed.

Hope to hear from you soon
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Postby Richard@DecisionSkills » Tue Nov 10, 2020 5:32 pm

People (parents most likely), regardless of truth, have told you that you had a very difficult first three year. People have told you your parents argued during pregnancy.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4104227/

"Earliest memories have been a focus of research since the late 1800s, when it was first noted that most adults lack memories from the first 3 to 4 years of their lives (Henri & Henri, 1898; Miles, 1893), a phenomenon later labeled infantile or childhood amnesia (Freud,1905/1953). Though there is wide variation about the mean, across methods and cohorts, the average age of adults’ earliest memories is 3½ years (e.g., Dudycha & Dudycha, 1941; Rubin, 1982; Tustin & Hayne, 2010; Waldfogel, 1948; West & Bauer, 1999)."

You have no personal knowledge or memory of these events.

Your time will be better spent on developing social skills than developing a false narrative of your childhood. My advice is to seek out some form of cognitive-behavioral or exposure therapy.
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