Any way to erase a memory?

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    Is there any way?
    I can't stop this obsessive thinking and its taking my soul away.

    Does hypnotherapy work?
    How can I erase a memory ( I CANT DO IT MYSELF ANYMORE)

    Please help
    thanks
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    paul mckenna hypnotherapy. i use it and it helps.
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    I don't think it is possible. Various forms of therapy can help you come to terms with whatever is bothering you, which is ultimately a much better remedy than simply brushing it under the carpet, where it might resurface.
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    i want to know how as well!
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    (Original post by geetar)
    I don't think it is possible. Various forms of therapy can help you come to terms with whatever is bothering you, which is ultimately a much better remedy than simply brushing it under the carpet, where it might resurface.
    This :yep:
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    1. Click in the search bar, search for said memory
    2. Right click - delete
    3. Empty trash

    Done.
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    (Original post by Rybee)
    1. Click in the search bar, search for said memory
    2. Right click - delete
    3. Empty trash

    Done.

    If only it was this simple, if only
    sometimes i wish the human mind could work that way... eternal sunshine of the spotless mind
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    (Original post by geetar)
    I don't think it is possible. Various forms of therapy can help you come to terms with whatever is bothering you, which is ultimately a much better remedy than simply brushing it under the carpet, where it might resurface.
    hey, thanks for your reply. But what therapy are you referring to---and if you have the knowledge---which sort of therapy is the most effective?
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    "Nothing fixes a thing so intensely in the memory as the wish to forget it." - Michel de Montaigne

    I think the above quote is very true. Sorry that you've experienced something difficult, but dealing with it is a lot better than trying to forget it happened.
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    (Original post by geetar)
    I don't think it is possible. Various forms of therapy can help you come to terms with whatever is bothering you, which is ultimately a much better remedy than simply brushing it under the carpet, where it might resurface.
    Sorry to hijack the thread- but do you know anything about this kind of therapy and how it works?
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    (Original post by ladyliberty)
    Is there any way?
    I can't stop this obsessive thinking and its taking my soul away.

    Does hypnotherapy work?
    How can I erase a memory ( I CANT DO IT MYSELF ANYMORE)

    Please help
    thanks
    I don't know how hypnotherapy works, but the more sustainable solution is to deal with the thoughts rather than push them away. Psychotherapy can help you understand what happened and how it made you feel, and then you can come to terms with what happened and explore ways of how to deal with it.
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    CBT works for some people, kinda difficuilt to know exactly what your problem is, but definately try it/ research it (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

    It won't "erase your memory", but it, well for many people, can change the way you see yourself/things.
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    Go to Lacuna Inc.
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    (Original post by z0tx)
    Go to Lacuna Inc.
    if only it existed, i would pay all i have to get there
 
 
 
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