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Spacecadet
25th September 2008, 20:17
I'm considering going for a few hypnotherapy sessions to improve my motivation and try and cure my terrible procrastination.

Has any member of the board tried such a method before

and more importantly... is it tax deductable?

Gonzo
25th September 2008, 20:28
I'm considering going for a few hypnotherapy sessions to improve my motivation and try and cure my terrible procrastination.

Has any member of the board tried such a method before

and more importantly... is it tax deductable?Listen to me ......

Of course it is tax deductable .....

You are feeling very sleepy ......

You will pay 25% of future contract earnings to Gonzo Ltd .....

When you wake up you will remember nothing ...... (except to pay Gonzo Ltd 25%)

NotAllThere
26th September 2008, 08:01
I'm considering going for a few hypnotherapy sessions to improve my motivation and try and cure my terrible ...

Face it, you can't be bothered to go, so you'll just keep putting it off.

Spacecadet
26th September 2008, 08:07
Face it, you can't be bothered to go, so you'll just keep putting it off.

Arrgghhh don't say that, I've been wanting to do this for at least 2 years!

Pondlife
26th September 2008, 08:08
Office Space anyone?

Great film. Just rent it instead.

Spacecadet
4th November 2009, 00:18
I've still NOT got round to doing this :tantrum::tantrum::tantrum:

Toolpusher
4th November 2009, 00:30
Office Space anyone?

Great film. Just rent it instead.A classic!

"The thing is, Bob, it's not that I'm lazy, it's that I just don't care."

OrangeHopper
4th November 2009, 08:16
Tried that once many moons ago, and really enjoyed it to start with but then it backfired. Didn't like what was being suggested and I came away very upset. Lasted quite a long time. I'm not saying it won't work, I'm just saying be prepared to stop if you are beginning to feel uncomfortable.

It was great when I started out and I stopped smoking immediately. We then went on to trying to improve my concentration (I was at Uni at the time), but I don't think this part ever worked.

I started smoking again a few months later then, twenty years later, tried it again to try to stop. Came away from the session felling it had failed dismally. Didn't have the buss from the previous sessions but, since I had gone without for a cigarette for four hours, I decided to keep going. I haven't smoked since.

gingerjedi
4th November 2009, 08:23
Office Space anyone?

Great film. Just rent it instead.

"Sounds like someone has a case of the Monday's" :tongue

NotAllThere
4th November 2009, 08:38
I've still NOT got round to doing this :tantrum::tantrum::tantrum:

Told you!

Platypus
4th November 2009, 09:10
Didn't like what was being suggested and I came away very upset. Lasted quite a long time.

Yep, similar here when I tried it for quitting smoking. Makes me very nervous to try hypnotherapy again