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Do you find yourself spending more and more time alone, away from everything?

Do you avoid seeing friends and family?

When you’ve lost the will to engage with the world, life can be hard. You may feel like you just can’t move forward.

Maybe it started out as a social anxiety that grew over time. After a while, the thought of interacting with people can go from unpleasant to downright scary.

Maybe your social withdrawal (hikikomori) is a defense mechanism. After all, if you never see anyone, you won’t have to answer any questions or hear any judgments about your life.

Or maybe you want to be alone because you just feel too tired to interact with other people or the world in general. You might view going outside your home as a stress that you simply don’t need.

Then again, you may not actually know why you withdraw.

But no matter what may have caused your withdrawal, chances are you’re reading this because you know it’s having a negative impact on your life.

When even the smallest step feels impossible

Social withdrawal, or hikikomori, can take many forms. It may happen all at once or build up slowly over time. But the longer it goes on, the harder it can feel to turn things around. You may feel like you don’t have the energy or ability to even leave the house, let alone socialize with friends or family.

Recognizing that your isolation is having a negative impact on your happiness or life satisfaction isn’t enough. Knowing that you want to make a change is a far cry from actually mustering the courage and energy to make that change. Over time, being alone becomes comfortable. Deciding to re-engage can feel overwhelming.

Luckily, it doesn’t have to happen all at once. You can start small. You can take it slow. You can move an inch at a time, or take two steps forwards and one step back.

It all starts with simply acknowledging to yourself that you want to make a change. And the fact that you’re here right now, reading this, suggests that you’ve already taken this important first step.

How hypnosis can help

Overcome Social Withdrawal is an audio hypnosis session that speaks directly to your subconscious mind to help you start making changes in your life.

As you relax and listen repeatedly to your session, you’ll notice that you:

  • Can approach opportunities for social connection more calmly
  • Find it easier to forgive yourself
  • Begin to enjoy small things again
  • Feel more comfortable and confident in your own skin.

Download Overcome Social Withdrawal now and start your journey to a better, happier, and more fulfilling life. You can listen on your computer or device or via our free app which you can access when you have completed your purchase.


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Overcome Social Withdrawal and Live a Better Life
Overcome social withdrawal (hikikomori) with self-hypnosis. Discover ways to open up your life and re-engage with the world.
Roger Elliott
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Overcome Social Withdrawal (Hikikomori)

Overcome social withdrawal (hikikomori) with self-hypnosis. Discover ways to open up your life and re-engage with the world.

Note: Download only available in English language.