In this book Pam gives you the tools to change your way of thinking and overcome challenges with your weight along with other things. As you read the book it will guide you into making positive choices and tools to help create a mindset to make these changes possible and permanent. Taking the time to read Pam’s book has been life changing. Not only have I shed pounds, but I have learned boundaries and positive ways to cope with any situation. Thank you, Pam, for giving me the tools to creating a healthy life. I finally have hope and happiness.
Gina Kotek, Olympia WA
In Weight Loss Hypnosis Pam uses her own personal life and massive amounts of research and practical use. Pam will guide you on you journey to a happier, healthier lifestyle. The analogies and stories of "real" people are examples of how to find balance to live life from "the inside, out". Knowledge is power. Obtaining the knowledge to make life changing choices is a defining goal of this book, and Pam has tried and true ways to nurture you toward that goal. You are given encouragement and tools to dig deep into your heart to find your personal answer. Although this book is geared toward weight loss, the information and techniques can help any area of our life you wish to improve.
M. Ray, Retired Airline Management & Metastatic Breast Cancer Patient
Pam's words inspire readers for more as she will reach many who have failed over and over on their dieting roller coaster. Techniques, tips, common sense, and facts are rolled into a simple short condensed guide, easy to follow and understand. By teaching me self-hypnosis as my hypnotherapist, Pam guided me to a new viewing place of my weight loss life-time journey, and, now, she has given all of us the tools for reference in her new book, Weight-loss Hypnosis, What to Do when Counting Calories and Carbs Isn't Cutting It.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Pam’s book, Weight-Loss Hypnosis. It is very applicable to the increasing complex stressors that are happening today. She has taken complicated scientific information and simplified it for our own common use. I personally found it helpful to put her main self-help techniques on a 4X6 card to remind me to use them, thus improving my mental and physical well-being. I have plenty of patients that have and will benefit from the knowledge and techniques presented in this book.
Dr Robert Nooney, DO