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Katy Perry uses Hypnosis to Overcome Grief

Grazia
7 April 2014
     

Katy Perry is reportedly still struggling to come to terms with her split with singer John Mayer. The couple parted ways back in February after Mayer cheated on her with Lauren McHale, and she's still devestated according to sources, to the extent that she's now looking for ways to help herself get over the split - including hypnotherapy.

According to a source near Perry speaking with Grazia even marriage was being spoken of...

Katy was devastated... they had talked about marriage and she seemed to think he was a changed man, so she is beyond gutted.Katy is a firm believer in alternative therapies and she wants to wipe him away from her life for good, so she decided to see a hypnotherapist.She doesn't want to find him attractive anymore.

Katy was really hurt by John and she doesn't want him worming his way back in.He hates women moving on from him but this time she's determined to erase him from her life. Her first step was to get him to move all of his belongings out. [Katy]really wants a fresh start and she is well on her way to putting her relationship with John firmly in the past.

So there you have it, not only is John Mayer a serial cheater, but he's also so bloody sexy that women as gorgeous as Katy Perry need hypnotherapy in order to get over him. Dangerous mix...

Hypnotherapists at the Harley Street Hypnotherapy Clinic can help with trauma and grief both in association with a relationship break up or due to a death in the family.  Our expert hypnotherapists will guide you through the process and develop coping mechanisms for you, so that when grief does strike you are able to coe with it.  We are a leading hypnotherapy clinic based on Harley Street in London.  Call today and let the experts help you deal with the pain and upset of grief.

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