Anxious thoughts keep the blushing cycle going The more you worry, the more you are stuck in a cycle that makes blushing likely to occur. Learning how to distract from focusing too much on yourself will stop the habitual worrying which causes blushing. By changing the focus from yourself to other people around you, your blushing problem will simply diminish. It’s one of those things that you know is true but it seems hard to put this simple advice into practise. It’s probably only necessary to start the cycle of positive thinking and most often a few sessions with a hypnotherapist such as Alix Needham is all you need.
- Change your focus. When you are in a challenging situation distract your own anxious thoughts by focusing on other people: Notice the colour of a persons tie, the colour of someone’s hair, be aware of someone who is smiling.
- Do not put your thoughts into other people’s heads. Most people who blush are very self conscious and worry too much about what other people think, often projecting their fears about what other people are thinking about them! Start believing in yourself!
Alix can help you with a few sessions to help you break the cycle which leads to blushing. Once you’re started, you’ll find that there’s no reliance on the help of others and you’ll be able to find the confidence to overcome blushing by yourself. Contact Alix today for an initial chat and to see if just a few sessions will put you on the right track to stop blushing forever.