EDMONTON CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPY, EXECUTIVE COACHING & ACCELERATED SUBCONSCIOUS RESTRUCTURING

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Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW NLP_M DCH  

St. Albert Medical Centre

ADDICTIONS & SECRETIVE BEHAVIOR 

Addictions almost always have a secretive nature. This is most often related to the shame inherent in being labelled as an “addict.” The need to hide evidence of addiction and the compulsion to minimize exposure to addictive behaviors is closely linked to shame and might therefore be seen as loving self protective behavior. 

Secretive behavior around addictions helps to minimize contact with outside shaming forces but inadvertently build the internal shame identity at the subconscious level. Isolating, requiring more privacy, stashing alcohol/drugs/porn/food in special off-limit places are common.

Secretive behavior builds cellular memory around an addiction and thus begins to normalize a way of being that is ultimately extremely destructive and a world away from one’s original potential. 

Secretive behaviors are learned and accepted by the subconscious mind until a new way of being is programmed.

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