Finally someone has the guts to say what we in the NLP community have been saying all along. Anxiety, shyness, and social
In my private practice as an NLP Master Practitioner I have discovered time and again that shyness,
At 10:00 AM my client could bring himself to the verge of fainting by simply thinking about driving across a bridge. Even uttering the word “bridge” caused his palms to sweat and his face to pale. By 4:00 PM the fear response was gone and he could easily think and speak about bridges, heights and driving across bridges with no emotional charge. That evening he drove across a significant bridge. His mother, a passenger in the car was amazed. She had witnessed his severe bridge
I thought perhaps this was a fluke. But from that point onward I have consistently been able to help my
I have helped college students who couldn’t raise their hand in class or say hi in the hall, nurses with test anxiety pass their boards, business professionals who couldn’t pick up the phone or go to a networking meeting, people with severe germ
But look in any psychology book and you will fail to see even a mention of NLP ( Neuro Linguistic Programming ), Time Line Therapy (TM), Ericksonian hypnosis and EFT (emotional freedom technique). These are the tools I use every day to help people transform their shyness, anxiety or
“Google” NLP, Time Line Therapy or EFT. Read Crhistopher Lane’s book, “Shyness, How Normal Behavior Became a Sickness” (Yale University Press).
The point is: You’re not sick. Far from it. You may be sensitive, imaginative, intelligent and introverted (every one of my clients has fit that description). You may have had an intense, even traumatic “one time learning event” that has resulted in you doing your best to avoid a repeat of a certain situation. You may worry yourself sick or “freak out” about something that doesn’t seem to bother anybody else. But you are not sick.
You are using your mind to make yourself miserable. Using NLP you can change that…Fast.
© 2007 by Mark Shepard