Fear Of Stare? It’s Over.
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 fear of stare that couldn’t be overcome.
If you are now ready to have this over and done with, here’s what you can expect from us:
- Significant progress overcoming fear of stare in just 24 hours
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- We’ve helped people from 70+ countries vanquish their fear
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Getting rid of Fear of Stare: How It Works
The core of the problem is that your unconscious mind is repeating patterns of thinking that generate the fear… and now its time to change things up so those patterns don’t run any more. Your rational mind knows that your Fear Of Stare is illogical. But the fear remains because, with even just a thought of being stared at, your subconscious mind triggers fear and other negative emotions.
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?
Would you be surprised to learn that this system is not a treatment or a cure? The only person with the authority to change your awareness is you. Quite simply, we are here to hold your hand through this method of self-empowerment.
This process has proven procedures for overcoming rage, fear, depression, remorse and feelings of apprehension and helps you gain self-assurance, peace and happiness. You have dealt with these emotions haunting you long enough. It is time for you to stop that cycle of negative thoughts.
The Triggers and Factors that Cause Your Fear
An really disturbing incident from the past, is often (though, not always) the root cause of Fear Of Stare. In some cases, the mind has seemingly, without basis, created the fear. You resolve this issue by discovering the source and trading the negative correlations with positive ones. Persons that find themselves at greatest risk:
• People with a general tendency towards fear and anxiety
• Someone considered to be ‘easily upset’
• People suffering from adrenal insufficiency
Do those, in any way, represent you? See what others like you are saying about working with us.
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Diagnosing Your Phobia
You can take our 2 minute Fear of Stare Online Test to establish the enormity of the problem for you, but it’s really quite straightforward: 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 Being Stared At?
- Does it automatically initiate sticky hands and a mouth that is made of cotton?
- Does your heart beat like a drum?
- Do your legs go weak?
Those were only a handful of examples of the feelings you might suffer. Click here to see more symptoms of fear of stare.
Not only do we deal with the symptoms, we locate the foundation. This is what we do
Drugs and Prescriptions
We strongly believe that drugs are not a good solution for any Ophthalmophobe, but you should always follow your physician’s advice with regard to drugs/meds and Fear of Stare. The root cause of being Ophthalmophobic is an unconscious mental association that links being stared at to powerful feelings of fear. Meds can mask the awful feelings for a while, but never break the mental patterns at the core of the problem
By the way – no one has ever developed a drug exclusively for Fear Of Stare – so it’s hard to justify popping a pill as a healthy solution with all the uncertainty that surrounds potential side effects.
The good news is using our methods, you’ll overcome Fear Of Stare, without the use of any meds..
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