Stop Shopping Addiction - Kick Your Compulsion to Buy with Subliminal Messages. Seven powerful recordings, each 10 minutes long, containing thousands of embedded subliminal messages designed to help you reach your goal. This recording contains the following subliminal affirmations: I buy only things I really need I am in control of what I spend I always stick to my budget My shopping trips are planned and essential I resist the urge to shop for the sake of it I think logically and rationally about shopping Shopping is a chore I do only when necessary I have total control over my impulses I avoid splurging when I shop I am in constant control of my finances My willpower is strong and unwavering I am free from my shopping addiction To use this recording, simply hit ´´play´´ and listen. You can also listen on repeat in the background if you desire. For full listening instructions, visit: http://www.subliminalguru.com/listen To learn more about this audio, look it up in our catalog at http://subliminalguru.com/catalog To learn how subliminal messages are embedded into this audio, visit http://www.subliminalguru.com/subliminalanatomy.pdf 1. Language: English. Narrator: Subliminal Guru. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/ispr/000585de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The first book to examine the science behind both mild and extreme compulsive behavior - using fascinating case studies to understand its deeper meaning and reveal the truth about human compulsion. Whether shopping with military precision or hanging the tea towels just so, compulsion is something most of us have witnessed in daily life. But compulsions exist along a broad continuum, and at the opposite end of these mild forms exist life-altering disorders. Sharon Begley´s meticulously researched book is the first of its kind to examine all of these behaviors - mild and extreme (OCD, hoarding, acquiring, exercise, even compulsions to do good) - together, as they should be, because while forms of compulsion may look incredibly different, these are actually all coping responses to varying degrees of anxiety. With a focus on personal stories of dozens of interviewees, Begley employs genuine compassion and gives meaningful context to their plight. Along the way she explores the role of compulsion in our fast paced culture, the brain science behind it, and strange manifestations of the behavior throughout history. Can´t Just Stop makes compulsion comprehensible and accessible, exploring how we can realistically grapple with it in ourselves and those we love. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Amanda Carlin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007818de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
As a proper Italian Lisa loves tomatoes. But the problems already start whilst going shopping. Shall I take the tomato on the left or the one next to it? What until now sounds completely harmless degenerates into hours of pondering and choosing. Finally the beloved tomatoes have been bought and are put in the shopping bag but then the odyssey continues. For the short way home Lisa needs hours. Constantly she has to walk back. Time and again because Lisa suffers from compulsions. A small voice in her ear continuously tells her she must walk the RIGHT way else something terrible might happen to her. So she again and again tries to do it right until after complete exhaustion she returns home which was supposed to be only a brief trip to the shop to buy four tomatoes! But thats not all. Terrible fears accompany here every second of the day: Fear of a heart attack, fear that she might have a brain tumor, fear she might suffocate. She knows all of the hospitals within the Frankfurt area inside out, one ECG per week is compulsory, her family doctor is at a loss. The vicious circle of fears, compulsions and depressions is engulfing her more and more with Lisa barely able to do simple daily activities. Whether having a shower, working, sleeping or eating: Everywhere the illness has a firm grip on her which makes it impossible to lead a normal life. With a lot of black humor that continually brings a smile to ones face despite the serious topic Lisa describes this time and how things came to a happy conclusion. A true story.