One day I came across the Lefkoe Method. I decided to give it a try for a couple of reasons. First, the Lefkoe Method made sense to me in that a person’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors come from their beliefs. Lots of self-help materials had already told me that my beliefs were a big contributor to how my life unfolds. Second, none of those materials I already came across had or offered a quick, permanent, consistently reproducible way of altering a person’s beliefs.

Going through the Lefkoe Method quickly found the exact causes of my problem and fixed them in a few hours. That annoying problem of needing the approval of others was gone for good. It was gone as soon as the last belief was eliminated. I’m always reminded of my experience with the Lefkoe Method when I see other people living with the same issue I had because I no longer get upset when I notice someone feeling like they need the approval of others. When I notice this issue in other people I remember what it was like for me to experience that compulsion which helps me to relate to them. More importantly, I feel good that I did something to make it disappear.