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My Experience with QHHT: I had been smoking half a pack of cigarettes a day for nearly ten years. I would ask myself why I started smoking, at the same time wondering how I was ever going to stop. I took a closer look at myself and realized I was also stressed, full of anxiety and melancholic, tho only I knew inside I was far removed from the person I used to be. Over a period of a few weeks, I backtracked the last ten years of my life. In those years, I suffered the death of my brother, a divorce that severed everything that had been my life. I struggled to find a job at 46 that would support myself and 4 young children(after being a stay at home mom for ten years.) There were times I was nearly homeless and close to penniless. Eight years later, my life was everything I could ever hope for. Except, I was still smoking and feeling monotone. That’s not to say I wasn’t still having moments of happiness and laughter, enjoying life. It was as if a film, a cloud, was obstructing my view and I wasn’t living, I was just existing. Not one to take medication, I set about researching ways to stop smoking. There were nicotine patches/gum, support groups, hypnotherapy and so on. I figured hypnosis was the quickest way for me and investigated businesses near me. Out of my search, I came across Stacy and QHHT. I liked what people had to say about her and their experience with QHHT. I emailed Stacy questions, asking if QHHT was a fit for me, we agreed it was. I made an appointment and wrote down questions I wanted answers to. My questions ranged from why did I start smoking to why do I feel I died in a tidal wave? I was nervous the morning of my appointment, I didn’t know what to expect. All I hoped for was answers and a path to a better life experience. What I received was much more. When I walked into Stacy’s office, I immediately began crying and continued on and off throughout my entire visit. In the beginning when I cried, I felt a release, as if I were ridding myself of negativity, a healing within so to speak. During the hypnotherapy portion I was cognizant, intermittently crying from overwhelming happiness and memories. At no time was I sad, scared, feeling anything other than safe and at ease. My session was approximately 3 1/2 hours long and it was life altering. That was six weeks ago. I am me, put simply. I laugh and am happy. Every. Day. I see the world and my life through a clean lens again. That being said, does life have ups and downs? Of course they do, I’m married with four children! My life is the same, however, nothing “gets me” like it used to. I deal with things and then move on, not one negative circumstance, curveball or person consumes me anymore. Best of all, I have not smoked a cigarette since the morning of my appointment. I never had a headache, withdrawals, nor replaced smoking with something else. Thank you Stacy

Nikki D.


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