Hypnosis for Bullying
Overcome the Bullying Cycle
"Hell is the others" - This quote is from Jean-Paul Sartre and anyone who has experienced how bullying works knows what the great writer and philosopher meant. Because mobbing is truly hell and can be described as psychological terror. This applies as much to the individual who is affected as it does to the whole system in which this kind of psychological terror has found room. "Mobbing" has a name today, but many of us know it from a time when the term did not even exist. Not only do these people usually still suffer from the consequences today, in many cases these people also become victims of bullying again and again in their further life. If it is not the "mob" of colleagues, but only the boss or boss who has chosen a victim whom he exposes at every opportunity, then it is "bossing". The methods are almost the same, the consequences as well. With Hypnosis Berlin you break this cycle of bullying and bossing and find back to a self-determined, free life.
How bullying can present itself
Recent research on bullying has concluded that bullying can affect any type of person, any type of personality. The symptoms seen in bullying victims occur because of the constant psychological and emotional pressure that bullying victims are subjected to and has nothing to do with a "weak personality". Numerous bullying studies and research confirm that there is no such thing as a typical bullying victim, although certain tendencies can be observed. Thus women up to an age of 25 are rather endangered and it speak certain characteristics such as age, sex or social origin, rather for being a cause or Mobbing rather to favor. However, these are only tendencies: Mobbing can affect anyone. And not only in professional life. There are also in private life situations like dispute with neighbors or in the club life.
Ongoing bullying show up in people through different symptoms and bodily reactions at the physical and psychological level:
Usually there are physical symptoms such as heart and circulatory problems, palpitations or heart palpitations, headaches, tremors, physical tension, to dizziness, nausea and sweating. The stress of bullying can lead to gastrointestinal disorders and be accompanied by diarrhea, irritable bowel
and increased urination. Sleep disturbances
, sleep problems, and chronic fatigue may also occur.
The stress of bullying often manifests itself to sufferers through insecurity, a decline in self-confidence, and increased self-doubt. Affected people repeatedly describe crippling depressive moods, depressions
. You are affected by inner turmoil, which can show itself in difficulty concentrating and listlessness, and especially by worrying thoughts in view of the next working day.
What leads those who experience bullying to hypnosis
A large part of the clients have children who are bullied at school and sometimes refuse to go to school altogether. Another part has itself had to struggle for years under the consequences of bullying at school, another part suffers in adulthood at work from bullying. Thus, many come to our hypnosis practice with the desire to end the cycle of bullying. Hypnosis sets something in motion that is deeper. Positive changes in the next days, weeks will grow more and more and the previously still fearful appointment again more and more easily approached.
Bullying - self test
Am I suffering from the effects of bullying?
The following questions may be initial clues as to whether you are suffering from the effects of bullying:
Are you experiencing listlessness and exhaustion, and are thoughts of the next day at work causing you anxiety?
Do you experience any of the following symptoms in professional situations and work colleagues: increase in heart rate and palpitations, sweating, trembling, speechlessness, or difficulty concentrating? Are you suddenly making more mistakes in your daily work routine?
Are you afraid of encountering certain colleagues alone and not being able to defend yourself adequately?
Are you repeatedly sick and have to take a sick leave for a certain period of time so that you can avoid colleagues?
Do you have the impression that you withdraw or avoid certain situations?
If you can answer yes to any of these questions and feel restricted in your everyday life and living, you should seek medical or therapeutic advice. You may be experiencing increased anxiety as a result of bullying. Please note that questions are always asked broadly, so it is possible that people who are not affected by panic disorder may also receive a positive result. Not everyone who cannot concentrate well at work or makes mistakes suffers from consequences of bullying.
Forms of bullying
There are different aspects of bullying. These include verbal bullying, so-called silent bullying or ignorance from the group and mental bullying. In addition to bullying at school and in the workplace, there is the term bossing, which is bullying by a supervisor or boss who is the perpetrator of bullying against employees. Cyberbullying is a term that comes from English. It means internet bullying and is also used with the words cyberbullying and cyberstalking. There are different forms such as harassment, teasing, insulting, blackmailing, bullying, harassment, coercion, defamation and of people, entire institutions and companies over the Internet in forums or the social networks such as Facebook and Twitter often by using stolen or other people's profiles. But cell phones can also be used for this purpose, as well as e-mails or text messages. The difference from the real world is that bullies remain largely anonymous and unrecognized.
Summarize the forms of bullying as follows:
Verbal bullying such as harassment, teasing, name-calling, blackmailing, bullying, harassment
Silent bullying / ignoring
Cyberbullying, cyberbullying, and cyberstalking (online or via cell phone)
The entire environment suffers from bullying
While victims of bullying are exposed to the pressure and often suffer greatly, it is not only the direct victim of bullying who is affected. The affected colleagues or classmates are also affected. This is because the tense situation causes anxiety and a guilty conscience. Many people intuitively understand that what is happening to the bullying victim chosen right now may well happen to you.
Bullying occurs in phases
PHASE: DIFFICULT TO SETTLE CONFLICTS
There is often a conflict at the beginning that is not resolved. There is often an irritable mood among employees, but no one does anything about it.
PHASE: INCREASING HOSTILITY AND SPITEFUL REMARKS
and further inflame the situation. They focus on one person in the group, while the actual conflict from the first phase fades into the background. The affected person is declared the scapegoat for the "slow working time", the "found faults" and two opposites of victim role and perpetrator role emerge.
PHASE: VIOLATION OF RIGHTS AND POWER - THE BULLIED PERSON IS NO LONGER ACCEPTED
no one wants to work with him or her now. The person concerned becomes thereby insecure, whereby it makes mistakes and thereby stands out. This behavior, arises only by the Mobbing and is used as justification for the exclusion. The system feels the mobbed person more and more as annoying and the whole process is disturbed. First requests to quit are made by the system and the condition of the mobbing victim deteriorates more and more due to the social isolation and the rejection up to severe illnesses.
PHASE: EXITING THE ENVIRONMENT AND SYSTEM ENDS THE BULLYING CYCLE
by a long-term sick leave, early retirement or dismissal. There are also extreme cases where attempts are made to resolve the conflicts with physical violence (including weapons) and, tragically, the end of bullying is also brought about by suicide.
How bullying develops
Bullying progresses in phases that get progressively worse - until it escalates. Usually, the progression starts slowly and can build up to extreme pressure for people. People who are affected by bullying often suffer from mild to severe symptoms for years. Symptoms that can be both physical and psychological, and not infrequently can even develop into a mental disorder with a severity reminiscent of post-traumatic stress disorder. Bullying is observed as a process that takes place in dynamic phases. As a rule, the situation becomes more and more acute until the conflict escalates. The escalation can have severe consequences for the person being bullied and for the entire company, work climate and school class. This is because bullying already occurs at an early age in schools. There is no uniform picture of perpetrator and victim.
When conflicts become a habit
Research has shown that bullying usually arises from small, everyday, normal conflicts that exist in every workplace. It becomes difficult when such conflicts are not resolved, for example, when one side refuses to engage in contact. In this way, conflicts are "dragged out" and can become a habit. A habit in which one person gets more and more in the line of fire and becomes responsible for all conflicts. A scapegoat who has less and less possibility to free himself from this unwanted role.
How bullying affects school and the workplace
We know that bullying exists in the workplace, but hardly anyone realizes that it is precisely school that offers a great deal of room for all kinds of psychological grievance. And bullying at school has serious consequences for the present and for the future. Quite a few adults still suffer from its consequences decades later. To make matters worse, adults who have already been victims as schoolchildren are also much more likely to become bullying victims at work. This vicious circle can also be broken very well with the help of hypnosis. With its help you can heal old wounds and thus go unencumbered into a self-determined future. Bullying can cause serious illness - psychological and physical. Most fears have a tendency to expand and become more, as long as this cycle is not broken. Therefore, it is even more important to interrupt bullying and discover new possibilities for yourself. More strength and more self-confidence help to assert oneself and to end the vicious circle of bullying strengthened. Hypnosis helps and builds from within and helps to overcome the fears of attacks.
Summarize the consequences of bullying as follows:
Increased feelings of helplessness and insecurity can manifest themselves in private and professional life: psychosocial, somatic and economic consequences.
Problems in the professional environment up to loss of work.
Significant behavioral changes due to avoidance behavior, frequent mistakes and decrease in performance at work and school.
Truancy and avoidance of work situations, up to sick leave.
Exhaustion and depression
Bullying and secondary conditions
Bullying has been proven to make people ill and to have an impact on their health. Bullying can have serious consequences for victims, both psychological and physical. Typical physical ailments include sleep disturbances, heart and circulatory problems, gastrointestinal disorders and headaches. Psychologically, there is insecurity and declining self-confidence. In the worst case, the mobbing victim suffers depressive moods up to a severe, often even life-threatening depression. In addition, dropping out of school or failure in academic performance are not uncommon and are also similar in the behavior of adults at work: career opportunities are missed, dismissal and unemployment and financial loss can be a long-term consequence of this vicious circle.
Bullying hypnosis treatment
Hypnosis helps you become and remain confident while managing difficult situations more effectively
Insecurities and self-doubt are reduced again and victims of bullying regain their strength, power and self-confidence. With the help of hypnosis you can eliminate the consequences of bullying at school or at work. Turn back the clock, so to speak, and boost your self-confidence. It takes you back to the core of your inner strength. Hypnosis helps you become calmer and stronger, it shows you how to get out of the vortex of self-doubt, insecurity, proneness to mistakes and ever new attacks.
Reduce insecurity and self-doubt
Those who are affected by bullying must defend themselves - The sentence is true, yet it should be taken with a grain of salt. Far too often it implies that the person who suffers from the scorn and ridicule of colleagues, superiors and classmates is himself to blame for his plight. However, this is by no means the case. Because first of all, everything starts out quite harmlessly. There are a few shabby jokes that leave the sufferer with an uneasy feeling. There are sudden discrepancies in the distribution of upcoming tasks, the morning greeting is not returned, there is whispering behind the back of the "victim". All things that usually lead to questioning oneself first. "Did I do something wrong?" "Am I too sensitive?" "Can't I take a joke?" Typical questions victims of bullying ask themselves. Very slowly, they get caught in a maelstrom that leads them deeper and deeper into insecurity. By the time victims realize the perfidious game, they are usually already so plagued by self-doubt that they can no longer defend themselves. This is where hypnosis comes in.
Finding answers with hypnosis
Hypnosis is also the best advisor when it comes to making a decision. Do you want to keep your job or do you want a new job? Is it right to tell your superiors about the bullying or will you make the situation much worse? There are answers to all these questions, and most of them lie dormant inside you. Hypnosis helps you to find these answers.