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Overcoming phobias

do any of the following sound familiar?

  • "I don't know what the snake will do to me"

  • "Birds always target me"

  • "What if the needle breaks"

  • "What if the plane crashes"

Yep, you've got a phobia. Phobias come from imagining the worst, and not looking at the facts or your surroundings. It's also an anxiety-related issue (I see you nodding in agreement)

If you've got a flying phobia, chances are you've googled "what percentage of planes crash", and Google told you it's 1 in 1.2 million, but the fear persists. So what's missing? It's likely you're skipping the skills that manage listening to the negative thoughts against reality or believing that everything out of your control is always bad.

We'll help you find the steps to help you through the problem space using skills you didn't know you have. You'll be thriving in no time.

the key to phobia-free living

Phobias come from not being able to tell the difference between what's possible and probable. We break down the problem space into bite-sized chunks (sorry ophidiophobians)

  • We'll look at turning off your busy mind and feelings of anxiousness

  • You'll learn how not to over-estimate the threat when you're in an unknown situation

  • You'll learn the skills to not imagine the worst case future

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