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  1. I’ve begun recently to caress my neck and pet my hair as a replacement for biting my cuticles …not nail bitting. I like how it makes me feel that I’m appreciating myself, and I’m almost 60, going on 30, as I’m a healthy, happy, and joyful person inside. I do the MIR Method periodically and believe that it has elevated this desire to admire myself in a subtle way, as I choose to caress my neck while doing the method. Thank you for sharing all of the information you so freely give. It’s wonderful for me.

  2. Like you have ” let go of nsil biting” what command can we give for weight loss, fat reduction, size reduction, inch loss?

    • Dear Dr. Bina,
      Weight loss is far more complicated. It has to do with several severe and deep emotional wounds, like humiliation, rejection, betrayal and more. It would be a good idea to add ‘Fulfill Consolation’, since grief is one of the strongest emotions that is numbed by eating sugar, or drinking sugar.
      Good luck!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

  3. Hi Mireille,
    I am not a nail biter but something similar – I pull my hair and break off the ends!! I have done this since I was a teenager (I am 55) and it is an addiction that I do automatically when I am stressed. It feels comforting to me, but I have also examined – over the years – why it started and I know that it was to do with not liking myself, low self-esteem, and all kinds of other deeper emotional reasons. I have done a lot of work on my healing journey with the underlying issues, but the habit still remained. I started using the MIR Method a year ago, and finally I have found something that has made a difference! Instead of just trying to use will power – and feeling worse when I fail – the MIR Method has helped to ‘reprogram’ in some way and helped to break the pattern/habit. So thank you so much! The MIR Method has also helped with many other things too of course! Thank you with all my heart for sharing it with us. Blessings – Laurie

    • Dear Laurie,
      That is exactly how it works: you break the habit of an addiction from within. Thank you for trying! And I really like the fact that you’re ‘free’ now from your addictive habits! Yeaaaaah!
      Greetings, Mireille Mettes

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