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Relieve Anxiety with Medical Hypnosis
Relieve Anxiety with Medical Hypnosis
by Steven Gurgevich
Edition: Audio CD
Price: £17.99

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very helpful, 11 Dec. 2009
The gentleman speaking on the CD clearly has a strong desire to help people get over anxiety. There are 2 discs, one explaining about anxiety and his personal battle with it, and the second, a series of self hypnosis sessions. He has a lovely soothing voice and it is a treat to listen to. This has definitely helped lessen my anxiety.


One Eye to Morocco
One Eye to Morocco
Price: £4.51

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great album, 18 May 2009
This review is from: One Eye to Morocco (Audio CD)
A long awaited great album. Every track is excellent and unique, and what a voice!


Tooth Tunes Junior Musical Toothbrush - If You're Happy & You Know It Musical Toothbrush
Tooth Tunes Junior Musical Toothbrush - If You're Happy & You Know It Musical Toothbrush

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Fun Product, 7 Feb. 2009
My 5 year old loves this toothbrush. Can`t wait to brush her teeth now!


Children's Seventies TV Favourites - Vol. 1 [VHS]
Children's Seventies TV Favourites - Vol. 1 [VHS]
VHS

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Bizarre memories of seventies animations, 21 Oct. 2001
As a parent I remember most of these cartoons from my childhood. Watching them again with a toddler of my own I'm struck by the bizarre nature of the plots and characters, who make today's counterparts such as The Teletubbies look like true life tales. I'm thinking for instance of Bod and his friends falling down a dark hole and finding a huge bowl of strawberries at the bottom, or the cartoon devoted to a metallic egg that emits classical music. Even Fred Bassett at one point sprouts wings. While little Amber seemed sometimes baffled, my wife and I loved them (apart from the frankly tedious Manfred). My only complaint is the the sound quality on some of the eight cartoons is a bit muffled. But on the whole the video is a testament to the varied and sometimes psychedelic imagination of the 70's.


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