You may need to do a lot of sessions to remove all the emotional blocks stopping you from growing out of your issues. It may take many weeks, months, or even years.
How can you stay motivated? Here are some suggestions.
1. Get another person to help
While this is a self-therapy, others can help you! For example:
2. Regularly log-in to see your old session notes.
Not in the mood for a session? No problem. Just log-in to look at your one-line session summaries. It’ll remind you of the progress you’ve already made, and encourage you to make more. So please keep this website in your favourites, or even better, on the home screen of your mobile phone.
3. Regularly add new planned sessions.
Do you have no time for a session, but something is bothering you? No problem. Log in and immediately add the event, person, situation, or personality trait that is bothering you to your list of planned sessions.
4. Tell others about Self-Rewiring.
Especially tell those interested in therapy, self-help, or self-improvement. Avoid negative comparisons with other therapies, and instead mention the good points about Self-Rewiring, such as it’s convenience, effectiveness, and that it is available at no cost. This will help motivate you to continue doing your own sessions.
Well done and thank you for learning Self-Rewiring.
As you rewire each negative influence on your life, you will gradually grow out of your emotional issues. You may begin to see changes within just a few weeks.
If you are a registered user, this website will e-mail you automatically on the 1st of every month to remind you to keep doing sessions.
If you ever need help with your sessions, please see:
If your question remains unanswered, please contact us.
Thank you again.
— The Self-Rewiring Team
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