Poetry Phobia? It’s Over.
Does poetry phobia have a serious impact on your life? It may not seem possible, but after more than a decade working with the most severe fears and phobias we have never met a case of poetry phobia that could not be overcome.
Our goal at CTRN is to help you overcome this fast and fully:
- Poetry phobia better or gone in as little as a day
- Privacy and complete discretion
- Clients in over 70 countries around the world
How Do You Get Started?
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• Start Immediately by Downloading Now
• Work Through the Program on Your Time
Customized Program with your own very Experienced Practitioner
• Confidential Sessions with Board-Certified Specialist
• Wide range of Proven Techniques to Eradicate Your Fear
How Does the Program Work?
You’ve got to ‘re-wire’ your unconscious mind – and with our help its easier than you may think. Consciously, you know your poetry phobia doesn’t make logical sense. If it did everyone would have it. The fear persists because it is subconsciously linked to a mental trigger which sets off a whole range of powerful negative emotions – fear leading the charge of course – at even the slightest thought of poetry. Its become an automatic response.
Until now, you just haven’t had the techniques for re-programming those connections. We’ll help you learn this simple system to make the fear history. Success is on the way – all you need to do is get started:
It’s Time to Vanquish Your Poetry Phobia: Treatment & Cure
Would you be surprised to learn that this system is not a treatment or a cure? Modifying your awareness is a technique you have to learn to master for yourself. As you go through this process, we will help you with educational information (and hand-holding) when you need it.
You will learn how to cultivate positive feelings while learning to combat and eventually vanquish negative feelings that cause your fear. No one should have to go through the continuous suffering you are experiencing. You can decide that it’s time for the negative feelings to change.
Poetry Phobia Risk Factors and Triggers
In most cases, Poetry Phobia (although not always) is triggered by an extremely negative encounter from the past. In some cases, it appears the brain has produced the fear with no instigation. You resolve this issue by discovering the source and trading the negative correlations with positive ones. Individuals utmost at risk are:
• Individuals who possess tendencies of apprehension
• Someone considered to be ‘easily upset’
• One who is dealing with adrenal insufficiency
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The Warning Signs You Should be Looking For
To find out the gravity of the problem for you, use our 2 minute Online Assessment for Poetry Phobia Online Test although it is fairly clear cut: Now is the point in time to take control, if the fear is considerably taking over your life, in a negative way.
- Does the thought of Poetry make you nauseous?
- Do your palms get clammy and your mouth feel like cotton?
- Does your heart rate instantly sky-rocket?
- Do you feel as though you are unable to stand?
Those were only a handful of examples of the feelings you might suffer. Click here to learn more about the symptoms of poetry phobia.
We address the symptoms, but we uncover the source, to eliminate them both. This is what CTRN is all about
Pills and Medication
The use of drugs and medication for Poetry Phobia is not encouraged in our program because they generally mask the problem, rather than tackling the cause. A pill can sometimes act as a quick fix and may seem to help briefly but will not allow you to be free of the fear.
No drug has ever been developed specifically for Poetry Phobia, by the way – 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 Poetry Phobia will be history, without resorting to meds..
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