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Hypnosis Training Video #463: How the Hypnotist Can Help Clients Survive Social Media Anxiety

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Social Media Has a Negative “Hypnotic Effect” On Our Clients

This Constant Barrage from Social Media Can Provide Constant Stress

Here Are Some Things that You Can Do to Help Your Clients with This Stress!

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Damage Caused by Social Media Bombardment Can Be Immense

Social media has penetrated our lives. Some people are on Facebook virtually “all the time” resulting in negative stress from what they are seeing on social media, including news updates, other people’s opinions, and more. You get exposed to the best and worst of people’s lives, making it a kind of false reality. Get this and all my hypnosis training videos here on www.CalBanyan.com.


Even Positive Sharing by “Friends” Can Cause Stress

It is easy to understand how seeing negative news feeds can cause stress, or bad news shared by friends, but even very positive things that are shared on social media can cause stress because it is natural for our clients to compare themselves to others. There is a great deal that we, as hypnosis professionals, can do to help our clients out and free them from this social media induced anxiety and stress!

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What hypnosis professionals need to know about this pervasive form of stress:

  • Clients are experiencing a negative hypnotic effect from social media
  • The best and worst events are posted on social media
  • Specific ways you can help to protect your hypnosis clients from this stress
  • How The Secret Language of Feelings can really help clients respond to social media induced stress

Also remember that in addition to our clients getting stressed because of the social media bombardment, we are human as well and subject to the same stressors. Use what we reveal to you in this free hypnosis training video on yourself as well. Always take great care of yourself, so many are looking forward to your help.

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5 Reader Comments to Hypnosis Training Video #463: How the Hypnotist Can Help Clients Survive Social Media Anxiety

  1. Erika Flint, BA, BCH, A+CPHI February 12, 2016 at 6:25 AM

    I loved this topic, thank you Cal and Brenda for covering this much needed challenging aspect of our daily lives!

    The two things that really stood out to me that I appreciate you pointing out is the hypnotic effect of social media, and the natural tendency for comparison with others online. Both of these can cause issues in our clients lives (and ours) .

    Comparing ourself with others NEVER works, someone always loses. Someone is always getting pushed down – either you or them. The only comparison I like to make is am I better than I was yesterday – or hey even 5 minutes ago? 😉

    Loved the topic and episode. Thanks.

    Erika

  2. Brenda Titus February 17, 2016 at 11:25 AM

    Thank you so much Erika, I am so glad that you enjoyed this episode. I really enjoyed watching it myself and being reminded of all of these important elements of social media (I say that because I always love the fact that I learn by watching the videos just as much as I learn making them!). I’m headed off to post and share this topic… on social media, lol!!

  3. Susan Mundy February 19, 2016 at 9:45 PM

    Very informative & current topic in this episode Brenda & Cal. Thank you.

    I agree with your comments about seeing the best and the worst on social media, especially Facebook. What I am reminded of is the sheer volume of visual posts on Facebook. They can be overwhelming in themselves…even without words. A picture certainly can paint a thousand words! As an example, I had to unfollow WWF due to the ever increasing posts of animal abuse ( I realise they were trying to raise awareness etc) but I found it distressing being bombarded with them daily.

    Much like we rarely listen to or watch the news anymore because of the predominant negative slant, I have come to feel the same way about social media. I limit my time on it & I use it as wisely & positively as I can. I’m not sticking my head in the sand about the negative stuff…I realise it’s out there & I’ll speak up if I feel compelled, it’s just that I remain cautious, always.

    Very interesting topic, I appreciate your tips and insights for dealing with this issue…because social media is obviously here to stay.

    Thanks
    Susan

  4. Kirsten Topp July 22, 2017 at 8:43 AM

    Dear Brenda and Cal
    As usual you cut right down to the core of things and I love that. I personally have had this love/hate relationship with facebook. Great for groups to share information in an easy and efficielt way. But for all the personal stuff you sometimes get in a good mood and sometimes it can take you down. Especially if you often go in there when you are tired and just want to “do nothing”. Then you are extra vulnerable to all the negative stuff.
    I will not just talk the talk bu also walk the walk and “unfollow” people that brings in negative stuff, have thought about it for a while and now you inspired me to get it done ;-).
    Thank you so much 🙂
    Kirsten

  5. Kirsten Topp July 22, 2017 at 9:00 AM

    Dear Brenda and Cal
    As usual You cut right down to the core of things and I love that. I personally have had this love/hate relationship with facebook. Great for groups to share information in an easy and efficient way. But for all the personal stuff you sometimes get in a good mood and sometimes it can take you down. Especially if you often “go in there” when you are tired and just want to “do nothing”. Then you are extra vulnerable to all the negative posts.
    I will not just talk the talk but also walk the walk and “unfollow” people that brings in negative stuff, have thought about it for a while and now You inspired me to get it done ;-).
    Thank you so much 🙂
    Kirsten

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