Some girls just can’t keep their trap shut. They can’t just hold it together without the drama. Just when you think, “Hey, maybe she’s changed.” She’ll go ahead and do that thing – she’ll implode, put her foot in her mouth, or just plain sucker punch someone with words.
If you are a friend of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ Brandi Glanville, you know exactly what I mean. If you’re a fan of the show you’ll be delighted to pull up a chair for another season of RHOBH Tuesday nights and watch the train wreck that is Brandi.
It’s all fun and good when you are watching a television show or you’re trapped in a glitter snow globe with other beautiful women getting paid to misbehave in the lap of luxury for the sake of ratings but it’s another thing entirely to BE someone like that in real life.
We all know someone who can’t seem to get the things they want out of life because as they get close to them, they self destruct. And like a black hole they pull everyone down with them. Only the strong can avoid the vortex. On Tuesday nights premiere Brandi calls herself an “anorexic Chihuahua” and she bemoans the fact that she will likely not be able to hold it together and will say or do the wrong thing, lose control and go off.
Well some people are like that for the sake of drama I don’t get the sense that this is the case with Brandi. There is something more beneath the surface whereby she is tightly coiled at all times and lashes out at the slightest provocation. If ever Brandi wanted to change her ways, she should look into hypnosis. Hypnosis uncovers the root of our automatic behaviors. Through a gentle reorganization, we create new pathways to thinking. We can’t ever change our actions if we don’t first change our thoughts; our unconscious thoughts included. Hypnotherapy for Brandi Glanville would be a life changer. She would be able to find an inner reserve of self control instead of giving in to destructive automatic behavior. She would be able to abandon the old reasons for her abhorrent behavior. She would stop needing other people to like her and just plain like herself. A natural change from there would be for people to, well… like her. I know that sounds like a fine line, and it is. It’s that fine line that makes the difference between a good life and a great one.
So come on Brandi Glanville, get in my chair! The real you probably is really loving and lovable. Let hypnosis transform you and your life. The life you deserve is better than the one you have.
About the author: Mona Jones is a Certified Hypnotherapist in Orange County, California who helps clients around the world find their self worth, build self esteem, decrease drama. For more information visit: www.acceleratedchangehypnosis.com