Don’t Let a Coimetrophobia Keep You From Living Your Life.
If you’re like most people who live with this fear, you probably wonder if you can ever be rid of it. After 10 years working with people with the most severe phobias, we have yet to come across someone with a case of coimetrophobia that couldn’t be overcome.
Here is what we offer:
- A noticeable improvement, often a major one, in less than 24 hours
- Privacy and complete discretion
- Experience with clients in over 70 countries
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Personalized Program Developed with Own Practitioner
• Board-Certified Practitioner
• Highly Developed System to Permanently Overcome the Underlying Fear
How Does the Program Work?
It is all about learning to redirect your unconscious mind, which sounds like a lot but is easier than you may think. You know that Coimetrophobia isn’t working for you. But it affects you because your unconscious mind has associated cemeteries with fear and perhaps a bunch of other negative emotions and they get triggered automatically – like clockwork – every time.
You have not been able to prevent your feelings of fear because you have not been given the methodology to change your feelings and associations. We are here to teach you on how to use the right techniques to vanquish the fear forever. Are you ready to get started?
Process to Overcome Coimetrophobia: Treatment Versus Cure
We’re going to leave the terms ‘treating’ and ‘curing’ to the medical profession. Modifying your awareness is a technique you have to learn to master for yourself. Quite simply, we are here to hold your hand through this method of self-empowerment.
You will learn how to cultivate positive feelings while learning to combat and eventually vanquish negative feelings that cause your fear. You know what living with your fear has done to your quality of life. Harmful thinking isn’t helping – you need to make some serious changes now.
Instigators and Risk Factors for Coimetrophobia
The root cause of Coimetrophobia is often (but not always) traumatic incident in the past. Your fear may also seem to come out of no where – with no memory you can think of. To locate the foundation, and substitute encouraging connections in place of the negative ones, is the solution. Individuals utmost at risk are:
• Individuals who possess tendencies of apprehension
• People characterized as skittish, energetic, easily upset, nervous
• Someone who deals with adrenal insufficiency
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Indicators That You Need Assistance
You can use our two minute Coimetrophobia Online Test to determine the problem’s severity, but it’s really pretty simple: Do something about it now, if the fear is having a sizable negative influence on your way of living.
- By simply thinking about Cemeteries, do you become woozy?
- Does it trigger a dry mouth and clammy hands?
- Does your heart beat like a drum?
- Do your legs turn to rubber?
These are just a few examples of symptoms people can experience. Click here to learn more about the symptoms of coimetrophobia.
We address the symptoms, but we uncover the source, to eliminate them both. This is what CTRN is all about
Medications & Prescribed Drugs
We feel drugs and medication for Coimetrophobia aren’t the best approach, but make sure you always follow a doctor’s advice when taking or stopping any prescription. Drugs may produce a short-term improvement by masking symptoms, but they never tackle the core problem of the overwhelming automatic fear response to cemeteries.
There hasn’t been a medication created specifically for treatment of Coimetrophobia, just general broad-application meds – When looking for an answer, maybe you should think about possible side effects before turning to prescription drugs.
The good news is with our program, your Coimetrophobia will be history, without resorting to meds..
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