A Permanent Solution to Tombstone Fear.
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 tombstone fear that couldn’t be overcome.
If you are ready to put this behind you once and for all, here’s what we offer at CTRN:
- Significant progress overcoming tombstone fear in just 24 hours
- Utter discretion
- Clients in 70+ countries have put their trust in CTRN
The Next Step
CD’s & Workbook – or – Immediate Download Available
• Start Instantly with Online ‘Quick-Start’
• Work Through the Program on Your Time
Individually-Tailored Plan with a Highly Qualified Practitioner
• Flexible Appointments with Board-Certified Practitioner
• Highly Developed System to Permanently Overcome the Underlying Fear
How the Program Works: Getting Over Tombstone Fear
Bottom line? Your subconscious mind needs to be re-trained. You know that Tombstone Fear isn’t working for you. But it affects you because your unconscious mind has associated tombstones with fear and perhaps a bunch of other negative emotions and they get triggered automatically – like clockwork – every time.
Up to now, you have not had the techniques to reprogram those connections or feelings, so they feel out of control. We’re here to teach the techniques to you. Isn’t it time you took control?
We’re going to leave the terms ‘treating’ and ‘curing’ to the medical profession. The key to this program is knowing that you are the one who will be making the changes. Quite simply, we are here to hold your hand through this method of self-empowerment.
This system is going to help you overcome anger, sadness, fear and other negative feelings and help you replace those feelings with more positive ones. Why keep living your life with negative emotions when you can easily change them? Harmful thinking isn’t helping – you need to make some serious changes now.
Tombstone Fear Risk Factors and Triggers
The root cause of Tombstone Fear is often (but not always) traumatic incident in the past. In some cases, it appears the brain has produced the fear with no instigation. The answer if to uncover the deep-down source and replace those negative connections with positive ones. Those most at risk are:
• Those who have a general predisposition for fear and anxiety
• People characterized as skittish, energetic, easily upset, nervous
• Someone who deals with adrenal insufficiency
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The Warning Signs You Should be Looking For
You can use our two minute Tombstone Fear Online Test to determine the problem’s severity, but it’s really pretty simple: If this phobia is having a significant negative impact on your life, its time to do something about it.
- Do you become queasy at the smallest idea of Tombstones?
- Do your palms get clammy and your mouth feel like cotton?
- Does your heart rate instantly sky-rocket?
- Do your legs feel as if they will give way?
Those are just a few of the symptoms. Click to find out more about the symptoms of tombstone fear.
We can help you get rid of not just the symptoms, but the cause. Our goal is to have you get rid of the root cause of the fear.
Medications & Prescribed Drugs
We feel drugs and medication for Tombstone Fear aren’t the best approach, but make sure you always follow a doctor’s advice when taking or stopping any prescription. Meds may seem to help in the short-term by temporarily improving your symptoms, but the problem is that they can never cure the core issue of the fearful patterns of thinking that are the automatic reaction to tombstones and which trigger the intense feelings of fear.
There is no drug specifically for Tombstone Fear – and with so many potential side effects, who wants to risk taking medication as a solution?
The good news is with our help, you will conquer your Tombstone Fear, without drugs..
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