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Parents! Does your child suck his or her thumb? Are you worried about them having teeth that stick out and might need expensive dentistry? Are you worried that they might be teased or bullied at school because they suck their thumb? If you're a parent who wants to know how to help your child stop thumb sucking, then you're about to discover how to have a happy child right now! In fact, if you want to know that your child has good self esteem and is relaxed, then this audio - Stop Thumb Sucking Now - gives you the help every parent needs - an easy way to stop thumb sucking permanently.

If you are a parent, you want your child to feel calm and confident anywhere and not resort to sucking their thumb for comfort. You want your child to look mature and feel cool. Parents, you can proudly watch your child's progress as he/she begins to beat this problem and feel more confident and relaxed in any situation. Control your child's thumb sucking with the help of hypnotherapy! Hypnotherapy can help your child. If you're serious about wanting a happy child and you want to know your child has good self esteem and is relaxed, then you need to get Stop Thumb Sucking Now right now.

Dr. Janet Hall is a clinical psychologist, hypnotherapist, author, speaker, and media consultant. Dr. Jan authored eight books on family and relationships and recorded over 50 audio-recordings, many of them including hypnotic material. She founded Richmond Hill Psychology in Melbourne, Australia.
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ISBN: 9781467688352
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