The woman was terrified of riding on elevators. She hadn't always been. The fear simply came out of nowhere one day.
Suddenly, getting to work was a nightmare: Her office was on the 40th floor of a Pennsylvania office tower.
Worse, the terror started to spread. Crossing bridges began to get her heart palpitating.
He decided to use a therapy called neuro linguistic programming to root out the cause of the phobia.
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I've not heard of this type of therapy before; as Meg said, it will be interesting to see how this works on other issues like anxiety. Thanks for sharing this with us.
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