Something I have always found disconcerting about people in the throes of addiction is how they think that no one else can tell. As though they have a secret and if they don’t give it voice, it is not real. It is the 3D illustration of the “denial” that is part of addiction for many.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans have been watching this season shaking their heads as cast members repeatedly confront and discuss Kim Richards’ problems with addiction and (possible/probable) relapse. Kim’s reactions to this and her on-screen antics gave viewers plenty of room to tsk- tsk and this morning her denial got a big punch in the gut as she was arrested for public intoxication , assaulting a peace officer and resisting arrest after refusing to leave the Beverly Hills Hotel after being 86’d by staff.
(Sigh) Secret’s out Babe – time to go back to rehab. Only seriously, Sister, this time you better have some hypnotherapy. Once you are fully detoxed you really, really, really need to get in that chair! The reason is, you can’t ever fully be free from addiction until you get down, down, down to the root of WHY you drink in the first place. You are self medicating and you’ve got to stop. Your children are grown but they still need you and one day you could be one really cool grandma. So come on Kim Richards, get it together!
Let hypnotherapy neutralize past pain and set you free.
Hypnotherapy is a fast, pain free, drug free, and totally natural way to drastically reduce your chances of relapsing by helping you create new resource states on cue. Pair hypnosis with drug and alcohol counseling and you have a 1-2 punch that is more powerful than any drink you could ever slug. Let hypnotherapy help you create new ways of thinking about yourself, your past, your addiction and your future.
So come on Kim Richards, get into rehab. Then get in my chair. If you want something you’ve never had before you’ve got to do something you’ve never done before. Call me.
About the author: Mona Jones is a Certified Hypnotherapist in Orange County California who helps clients resolve childhood issues, hang on to sobriety, and create new ways of living. For more information visit the About section of www.monajoneshypnosis.com