Domestic Violence leads to Domestic Violence

Domestic violence can be defined as violent or aggressive behaviour within the home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or partner. The incidence of domestic violence is growing day by day.

PTSD – Who Are the Victims?

Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD) was once thought to apply only to soldiers. However, now the biggest group of people that suffer from PTSD are victims of domestic violence. It is like a cycle, a person who has suffered from domestic violence is likely to inflict domestic violence. Hurting people hurt other people.

Domestic Violence

People suffering from domestic violence often have the following:
•              Anger and rage
•              Frequent headaches
•              Sore and stiff muscles in the neck and back
•              Problems concentrating
•              Digestive problems
•              Extreme stress and anxiety and depression
•              PTSD

If you are in this state, then it is because you have not been able to turn off the events of the past. This means you are constantly reliving them, consciously and unconsciously, which leaves you feeling unsafe.  Usually, it does not take much to ‘trigger you off’ and turn on those around you. You may take out your hurt and anger on those closest to you, those you love. This is just how the cycle works. This cycle can stretch back generations. In today’s modern world, we have easy access to violent games and movies.  The Press, by way of the daily news, is constantly bombarding us with fear. Add this to the feelings of anger, depression, anxiety, stress, etc and you have all the ingredients for full-blown domestic violence.

How to Break the Cycle

The question is how do we break this cycle and help the victims of violent behaviour?
For the brain to be able to ‘stop’ constantly reliving past events, and turn the old events into memories, the ‘unconscious’ needs to know that it (the event) is over, You are safe and that You have power over the events.

Hypnosis is proving to be a gateway that quickly and effectively breaks the cycle and removes the past effects of domestic violence. In three to four sessions, the long-ago stress, anxiety and trauma of past events can be resolved. Sounds too good to be true? Why not call Steve on 1300 64 53 54 and book a free strategy session to find out more about this process or go to

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