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Posted by: penny | 2009/04/01

panic/hypnotherapy

Fair enough. I accept your point of view. I think that my case was perhaps a little different and that' s why it worked. maybe not true panic disorder.

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FIne. I think a problem not often recognized is that if we talk of Diazepam, whichever version you buy iot contains exactly the same chemical. When you buy "hypnotherapy" there's an enormous variation in what you may receive, and even the same therapist may not function in the same way on different occasions.

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