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"Here’s how you were when you were born, you were okay, you were a good person. Let’s get back to that again. My wife did the right thing, she kicked my ass right out of the house and that scared the s—t out of me." James Hetfield

"Become addicted to the feeling of getting your shit together." Mel Robbins



Even if your life is falling apart because of an addiction, on some level you must believe that you deserve a healthier more satisfying life. You would not be here otherwise. Your spouse and children also deserve a better life. You may be facing relationship breakdowns, health issues and financial concerns due to the addiction yet still there is a part of you that knows you were not meant to live this way. 

This is not who I really am. 

We know that people come back from the edge. From a feeling of failure to a feeling of joy, meaning and accomplishment, the road begins with the knowing that you were meant for more. In spite of the challenges you have faced related to your addiction, within there still remains some small measure of hope, or you would not be here, reading. 

Knowing that you deserve more is not arrogant; it does not signal that you are coming from a place of entitlement. Rather, it demonstrates a deep knowing that your inner worth is still intact regardless of past actions and decisions. We are born with an inner worth, a value that does not get diminished via life’s hard lessons.

If we can be humble enough to recognized that we have not yet lived into our potential, accept the disappointment of that and move from the idea of “healing” to the idea of “growing” we can see that each one of us does in fact deserve to live a healthy, abundant meaningful life. 

What could life be like without the problem of addiction? Ask yourself what is possible: Who do you know that has managed to move from a life of addiction to a life of freedom? Too often when we seek to make a change we focus on what we will be losing rather then what we will be gaining by making a change. 

An important changes takes some work. In order to move to the next level in any area of our lives we will always require new thoughts and behaviors. This can be scary without a road map. When our minds have not yet formulated what life could be like it is very easy for our subconscious mind to stay fixated on “what is” simply because it is familiar. Even that which is familiar can be painful. 

We need to put our attention towards how life can be. What would be different for you…be specific. If it is difficult for you to imagine a life without an addiction then begin by doing some research…who has been able to turn their life around, how is their life different now then before?  What we want to see is those who have made the shift and now live with a sense of freedom, not a sense of cautiously counting the days.

The majority of individuals who access services a clinical hypnotherapy and executive coaching services at Hypnosis for Life have, at one time or another made good use of: 1) traditional clinical psychology services  2) medication  3) community counselling, 12 step programs and/or treatment centers 4) self-help These options provide initial needed relief, however, relapse is common. However, challenges tend to re-occur until the subconscious mind has fully accepted and absorbed new paths of least resistance.

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