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Stop Biting Nails with EFT

Can You Stop Biting Nails with EFT Nail Biting

What if you were told it was possible to put an end to a lifelong habit of nail biting?  Would you believe a simple tapping technique could set you free from your debilitating habit?  Stop biting nails with EFT.

EFT is highly effective when used on habitual behaviours.  Addictive behaviours are emotionally driven.  At some time you began to use this addictive behaviour in response to worry or boredom or stress.  Habits are easily formed by between 7 and 12 repetitions of the same behaviour the stress/worry/boredom response soon became a habit.

Most of what you do on a daily basis is habitual because most of what you do has been repeated so many times that you carry on doing over and over again.  In most cases we accept our habitual practices as they involve life enhancing practices such as showering and brushing teeth.

Some of our habitual behaviours become a problem though and nail biting often falls into this category.  Nail biting can cause discomfort and pain, it can cause embarrassment because fingers look ugly or because you find yourself indulging in the habit in business meetings or social occasions.

EFT Emotional Freedom Technique is an energy therapy and has been proved highly effective when used to deal with addictive habitual behaviour and actions.  EFT doesn’t work on the nail biting problem, it works on the underlying emotional pattern that precedes each bout of nail biting.

EFT for Nail Biting:

EFT can help you to stop biting nails by working on the underlying triggers and when those are changed the nail biting will no longer be needed.  EFT can be used to install new behaviours as a response to stress, strain or boredom.

Emotional Freedom Technique is:

  • A highly effective technique that can help overcome unwanted habitual patterns
  • A method of re-setting the energy system so that old unwanted behaviours are eliminated
  • One of the easiest practices there is to learn and use
  • A wonderful way of re-programming the subconsious where all habitual behaviour is stored
  • A first class tool for change

EFT has spread quickly around the globe since its development.  It is being used by professionals and lay people alike as more and more people add EFT to their skill set.  It’s been found that EFT can often work where nothing else will and that it works quickly and effectively without any side effects.

Many of those who have benefited from EFT have gone on to learn the basics by attending a one day beginners workshop which gives all the grounding needed to use EFT effectively in 70% of cases on their own issues and those of family and friends.

Complex issues are best dealt with while using professional help but headaches, fears, phobias, nerves, stress and many other things can be dealt with in the moment with a basic knowledge of EFT.  EFT can even be used on crying and sick babies and pets of all sizes. EFT is 100% safe to use; as safe as stroking a loved one’s head to make them feel better.

Emotional Freedom Technique is becoming more and more recognized.  It is used in sports psychology and taught to top sportsmen who use it to relieve stress and boost sports performance.

EFT can also be used to:

Whether the problem is mental, emotional or physical EFT can help and the technique can often alleviate the symptoms quickly and easily.  EFT can help with and often eliminate entirely negative feelings like shame, fear, jealousy, evny, anger, sadness, depresion and grief.

EFT is highly effective by phone and EFT therapists work over the phone helping people all over the world. Find out more about Telephone Therapy Sessions

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Why not learn EFT and use it on family friends and self. To check out the next workshops see below.

Level 1 EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Training…..An introduction to EFT Workshop. Suitable for people interested in self development and also those who would like to begin to train as an EFT therapist. No prior knowledge of EFT is required to attend this course.


Level 2 EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Training….A two day therapist’s training course, which aims to take the student to a level of competency required to work with clients. This training is principally for people who would like to use EFT to work with other people. The pre-requisites for attending is a Level 1 certificate.


Level 3 EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Training…..An introduction to EFT Workshop. Suitable for people interested in self development and also those who would like to begin to train as an EFT therapist. No prior knowledge of EFT is required to attend this course.


Emotional Freedom Technique Mentoring/Supervision Workshop…..Workshops designed to help practitioners to develop more confidence in the art of delivery of EFT. There will be time to discuss difficult cases, to work on your own issues and those of others in the group. You’ll have a chance to ask and answer questions, try out new techniques and receive feedback.


EFT Monthly Practice Group – First Monday of the Month In LittlehamptonThe EFT practice group meets in Littlehampton on the first Monday of every month. Meeting with like-minded people once a month gives an enormous boost and can help people to overcome blocks and problems. EFT is an amazing healing tool.


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Here’s what Carol J said after an EFT session in Chichester:

I was a sceptic until EFT stopped my Panic Attack within minutes. It’s amazing. I can’t thank you enough.

And Marie, an EFT telephone client from Dartford in Kent:

Hi Christine,

thank you for the session I felt so up afterwards and my whole self is feeling better. I’m tapping through the scripts you sent me and it’s making such a difference. I can’t understand why nobody’s heard of this.

Thanks Janice

And Susan from County Cork in Ireland said:

Dear Christine,

“What a difference EFT is making and I did it on my husband and my dog and both worked. I might become a therapist.” Haha.

Susan O’Donnel