Are you someone who is very good at looking after everyone else to the almost exclusion of yourself?


It’s true you do such a great job of being there for everyone and taking care of their needs because …….  …….. (fill in for yourself).

However, the truth is your “good girl”  (you’re usually a woman), is going to rob you of your own life. So many people, take on the role of caretaker. What they don’t realise, is the high personal price they pay for taking on this role.


How do you value yourself? Not a nice question to have to answer but worth it.

How do you feel about not having time for yourself?

Does the idea of really looking after your own needs sound selfish, arrogant and uncaring?  If so … why?

How would it be to not take on any commitments which are done out of resentment or obligation?


If life is running away from you in this way, it will continue to gain speed unless you put on the brakes.


Do you ever think, “I would love to have time to take more exercise, eat well and lose weight”.  Then think, “but I have to look after everyone else”. So who is looking after you while you are looking after everyone else? Who says you are less important?


A new life starts with acknowledging all is not well, decide on a plan of action and get help if needed. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness but an act of kindness in allowing someone else to shine. Why wait for your world to come crashing down around you before you take action?


Imagine feeling completely motivated to look after yourself and lose weight.

Imagine feeling in control when you look at the in-tray, fridge or arrive home.

Imagine sleeping peacefully all night and waking refreshed full of energy and feel healthy.

Imagine taking time for yourself, then looking and feeling how you want to feel.


If it was your best friend do you think they deserve all this?

Why would you not want the same for yourself?


When YoYo diets and so called lack of willpower have left you feeling frustrated and disappointed at being overweight and emotional comfort eating creeps back again then understanding and controlling your emotions may be the route to lasting change.  Hypnotherapy and EFT can help.


Next step call Doreen for a free initial consultation on 01628 675400

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Written by Doreen
Before establishing myself as a Clinical Hypnotherapist, I worked for many years in International Business in the UK and the Far East. During that time it occurred to me that I had lost touch with who I was. One brave day I resigned from my job in Hong Kong and set off on my own life’s adventure. Travelling throughout South East Asia was a feast for the mind and soul. On returning to the UK I discovered Hypnotherapy which provided a new perspective on life. The techniques empowered me to get to the root of issues, to release them and to gain new positive choices to situations. My new path began in 2000 when I trained as a Clinical Hypnotherapist at Central England Holistic Therapies. Attending training, conferences, and workshops around the world as part of my commitment to continuous growth and development for my life adventure. There is a great sense of joy from meeting like-minded people, sharing experiences and always gaining new insights. Cycling, toastmasters, travelling, pilates and volunteering at my local community arts center are some my joys in life. Reading has always been a great source of inspiration. What lights up my day is, empowering you to find your unique solution to reduce the butterflies of anxiety and self-doubt in daily life. Together we explore your inner confidence, inner calm and energy for what is important to you in your life. With your commitment we get to the root of what torments you, let it go and moving to a place of content. Allowing you to feel self-acceptance, space to make empowering choices, which create balance, so you can light up your day.