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Sticks and stones never hurt him but his parents words killed him
Author: Reuven Weinreb
June 7th, 2018
Because fears and doubts were making it harder and harder for me to work, I decided to try NLP therapy. I wondered if such a short-term therapy could really help me, but I was desperate, so I tried it.

I was, not pleasantly, but stunningly, surprised by the results. Over just a few weeks I became relaxed and confident, and returned to a full-day work schedule with a peaceful mind.

I can tell that some fear is still there, bu …
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Setting your goels
Author: Reuven Weinreb
April 1st, 2018
Setting your goals, not the goals meant for someone else. Example, a person born with a handicap might not objectively accomplish as much as someone with out that handicap. When you utilize your time and energy, you subjectively accomplished more and that's what counts in the long run when our life is taken into consideration. Set reachable goals and feel profound pleasure and joy in the daily actions you take to reach them. Each action might see …
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Psychological Principle
Author: Reuven Weinreb
February 26th, 2018
I would like to call your attention to an all-important psychological principle.It is true that sometimes a person may behave improperly because of ignorance, but more often people do have the knowledge that should stop them from doing wrong, yet, this knowledge does not appear to impact upon their behavior.
The phenomenon of being oblivious to that which one knows is referred to as denial. Denial is not the same as lying, because lying is …
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From smoker to non-smoker in three weeks
Author: Reuven Weinreb
February 21st, 2018

Yitzhak is a lively, friendly, Israeli 42-year-old father and Rabbi that teaches young and impressionable children. He is a religious man who is addicted to smoking. He wants to quit, and has tried nicotine patches, nicotine gum, and other conventional approaches, but always ended up going right back to smoking. Finally he came to me.
I decided to use the Meta-program process (a method that clarifies and improves thought processe …
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