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(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 02, 2012 ) Chicago, IL -- In his Emetophobia Recovery System Review, self help author Adrian Costa reveals exactly what he thinks about the guide to overcoming Emetophobia.
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The Emetophobia Recovery System was created by self help coach and author Rich Presta. It is designed to take the individual through a 4-step technique to overcoming Emetophobia, which is otherwise known as the fear of vomit or vomiting.
But does the Emetophobia Recovery System work? Adrian Costa has attempted to answer this question in his review.
“I have taken the time to review the material covered in Rich Presta’s Emetophobia Recovery System, and all in all I consider the advice to be solid, to the point, and based around well known principles,” said Costa. “I like the way that it does not cuddle the sufferer, but provides clear instructions about how to overcome the issue by taking on a 4-step technique.”
The 4-step technique that Costa refers to is a method that has made Rich Presta’s teachings a talking point in the field. It is based upon attempting to “rewire” the unconscious thought process that goes on in a sufferer’s mind. Many people believe that social anxiety cannot be controlled by conscious thought because the mental triggers are embedded deep into the subconscious.
“Addressing the subconscious mind is the way to go in my opinion. But it is not easy, and the individual will need to be disciplined and carry out the exercises outlined by Presta each and every day,” said Costa.
For more information and to obtain an Emetophobia Recovery System download, visit The Official Emetophobia Recovery System Website.
About Emetophobia Recovery System:
Emetophobia Recovery System is a digital book designed to help individuals overcome their feat of vomit. It is based upon the 4-step technique created by self-help author Richa Presta, which works on “rewiring” the unconscious thought process of the mind.
Emetophobia Recovery System
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