New Breakthrough 9 Minute Nail Biting Cure

Stop Nail Biting Secrets

A New Breakthrough 9 Minute Nail Biting Cure That Guarantees To Stop Your Nail Biting Compulsions Permanently. Without Therapy, Weird Hypnosis, Miracle Creams, Or Will-power. Quitting nail biting has never been easier. I say this because you do not need to read any long books, or apply any polishes you simply need to take in the video with your full effort, and by the time it is done playing , you will have put an end to your unwanted habit. Here's What's Included: 1.) Nail Biting Annihilation Video this step by step instruction video is often called the magic bullet as it quickly and efficiently erases your nail biting habit. 2) How To Stop Nail Biting Guidebook for a more in depth understanding of this method that goes more in depth than our nine minute formula, you can learn in minutes and stop your nail biting permanently.

Stop Nail Biting Secrets Summary


4.6 stars out of 11 votes

Contents: EBook, Video
Price: $39.00

My Stop Nail Biting Secrets Review

Highly Recommended

The writer presents a well detailed summery of the major headings. As a professional in this field, I must say that the points shared in this manual are precise.

As a whole, this book contains everything you need to know about this subject. I would recommend it as a guide for beginners as well as experts and everyone in between.

Download Now

Nail Biting Thumb Sucking

Thumb sucking and nail biting are habits related to stress. You may laugh, but many adults do habitually suck their thumbs. A beautiful manicure will cost you money but it will eliminate the bacteria from spreading into your mouth due to nail biting, and may even help reduce your stress level.

Psychosexual Stages of Personality Development

The first stage, which Freud called the oral stage, occurs during the initial 18 months after birth. During this time, the main sources of pleasure and tension reduction are the mouth, lips, and tongue. You don't have to be around many babies to realize how busy they are with their mouths (e.g., whenever they come across something new, such as a rattle or toy , they usually put it into their mouths first). The main conflict during this stage is weaning, withdrawing from the breast or bottle. This conflict has both a biological and a psychological component. From a biological stand point, the id wants the immediate gratification associated with taking in nourishmen and obtaining pleasure through the mouth. From a psychological perspective, the conflict is one of excessive pleasure versus dependenc , with the fear of being left to fend for oneself. Sometimes a child has a painful or traumatic experience during the weaning process, resulting in a degree of fixation at the oral stage....

An Intervention Of The Therapist Selfsearch

The person of the therapist is the intervention as is the self-disclosure. Two very simple examples of the efficacy of this intervention are put forth Example one is of a mixed-gendered group, which I run. One client strongly confronted another berating him on the fact that he bites his nails. The client went on and on about how she would never date a person who bites his nails, that it looked disgusting. No one in the group either came to this man's aid with any form of identification, as he was truly embarrassed, nor did they come to his defense concerning her diatribe. Throughout my adolescence and early twenties, I too was a nail biter. I was not about to leave this client hanging out to dry and feel public humiliation and shame without aiding him. In order, for me, to normalize his behavior so he would not feel alone, and to give him hope that his compulsive behavior, nail biting, could be resolved, I disclosed an aspect of my history specifically related to his problem....

Mental States as Physical States

It is common sense to distinguish between the event of putting nails into my mouth and chewing them and the unpleasant sensation that this rather stupid move caused. There is a gap between the two, the gap of cause and effect. As we go along the causal path from teeth, tongue, mouth, and nails to brain, we will want to make similar distinctions. One could perhaps create episodes of virtual zinc-covered nail biting, using computers and little electrodes connected to the nerves that would be discharged if one were one chewing on zinc-coated nails. Or one could bypass the nerves that go from mouth to brain and intervene with electrodes and such at the periphery of the brain. And so forth. At each point we would want to distinguish between the cause and the effect that is, the unpleasant experience and what causes it.

Deductive Reasoning

Deductive reasoning is a branch of cognitive psychology investigating people's ability to recognize a special relation between statements. Deductive LOGIC is a branch of philosophy and mathematics investigating the same relation. We can call this relation entailment, and it holds between a set of statements (the premises) and a further statement (the conclusion) if the conclusion must be true whenever all the premises are true. Consider the premises Calvin bites his nails while working and Calvin is working and the conclusion Calvin is biting his nails. Because the latter statement must be true whenever both the former statements are, these premises entail the conclusion. By contrast, the premises Calvin bites his nails while working and Calvin is biting his nails does not entail Calvin is working, inasmuch as it is possible that Calvin bites his nails off the job.

More Products

Stop Nail Biting