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The link between stress and self-confidence is one that is often overlooked. Contrary to what many believe, stress is not wholly dependent on external circumstances. Rather stress is your individual response to those events. That's why two people can be have totally different responses to the same situation.
The most common source of stress is the perception that the demands you are facing outstrip your ability to cope. A lack of self-confidence feeds that negative perception.
Often a self-defeating opinion of yourself and your abilities started early in life if the input from parents, teachers and other authority figures was negative. Suggestions delivered repetitively and with strong emotion will often stick indefinitely. The result is doubting yourself in situations where you are perfectly capable of succeeding.
An unhealthy strategy when you lack self-confidence is to avoid challenges since having something to aspire to is essential for a satisfying life.
Constant worry is another less then helpful option. Professional hypnotists have long known that the subconscious mind does not distinguish between something that is actually happening or vividly imagined. As the saying goes, "what the mind possesses, the body expresses."
Luckily, through a process known as neuroplasticity, it is possible to alter negative perception and to to literally rewire new connections in the brain. Hypnosis is a tool that can enable you to facilitate that process.
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