Montel TV Show – First Person Ever To Do Hypnotherapy On National Television

Montel TV whow appearance Monday

Montel TV whow appearance Monday

Just a quick reminder to watch me on the Montel show Monday October 1, 2007.

Montel Williams says, “Today we’re going to talk to people whose lives are being destroyed by anger. Celebrity life-coach and clinical hypnotherapist, Patrick Wanis, will work with our guests to help them understand the root of their anger so they can get control of their tempers. “

This is an historic show because I now am the first person ever to do hypnotherapy on national television.

I wish you the best and remind you “Believe in yourself -You deserve the best!”

Patrick Wanis
Celebrity Life Coach, Human Behavior & Relationship Expert & Clinical Hypnotherapist
www.patrickwanis.com

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    Patrick says:

    Dear Mary,

    I feel the best way to offer you help is to try and get you some exposure on TV. I have forwarded your message to a producer at the Montel show. I have heard from numerous women that unless you have a lot of money, it is hard to fight for custody. While i cannot fully imagine how hard it must be for you to work fulltime, raise your children, without child support, what i can say is that i honor your love and commitment to your children. I will also personally bring up your situation with the producers at the Montel Show when we next speak – we are working on another show whereby i will be living with a family for 5 days and coaching everyone in the family. I send you my best regards and blessings and hope to be of help. I will also pass your message onto a producer at The View.
    Patrick

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    Mary Howard says:

    I wish I could give you good news about Columbia, Mo. I have soo many stories to tell. I really just need a legal team. I will soon be having supervised visits with my 5yr. old daughter. I thought what a wonderful way to spend 20-30 mins. with me and my daughter, on National TV. We could flip to the local stations but I doubt they would find that interesting. I have worked in the social service field for 24 yrs., primarily with Missouri’s youth. First; I find it interesting that I am being supervised, second; How much money does it take to be fairly represented in this country?(or should I ask, in Columbia, Missouri.) Third; I wonder if there are any other Mother’s in my position? Certainly, I can’t be the only women who works fulltime, raises her children, without child support. What if I was a man, would I even be asking these questions? Many question, much wisdom, and very few answers. Maybe you would know the answers?

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