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Have You Ever Wished Your Family Were A Fairy Tale?

by Susanna Mittermaier

Do you find yourself wishing for a picture-perfect family – the loving, caring, kind family that sees you and celebrates you? The people who don’t judge you and are always grateful for you, exactly the way you are?

Has that wish ever been fulfilled? Or does it feel more like the fairytale you wish for that can never be, no matter how hard you try!

But, what if what can be is actually far greater than the fairytale?

What if you could begin creating something that truly works for you – no matter what others are choosing around you?

Let’s go beyond the fairytale and see what else is possible…

Susanna Mittermaier, born in Vienna, Austria, is a psychologist educated at the University of Lund, Sweden, where she worked at the university hospital in the psychiatry department with psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. She is the founder of Pragmatic Psychology and author of the #1 international bestselling book, “Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy.” Her new book is called “Family Fairytale”.
As a highly sort after public speaker and keynote speaker, Susanna has been featured in magazines such as Forbes, TV soap, Psychology Today, Women’s Weekly, Ooom, Wienerin, Empowerment Channel Voice America, Om Times, Motherpedia, Newstalk New Zealand, Holistic Bliss and many more. Susanna offers a new paradigm of therapy called Pragmatic Psychology and is known for her ability to transform people’s problems and difficulties into possibilities and powerful choices.

The Tools You Need To Unveil Brilliance

by Susanna Mittermaier

It’s easy to fall into the trap of wanting to define yourself and we’re so quick to put ourselves in a box. Maybe you define yourself in some of these ways:

By role: I’m a parent, leader, friend, patient, student

By career: I’m a teacher, businessperson, manager

By personality traits: I’m focused, shy, extroverted, creative, funny

By physical traits: I’m athletic, skinny, blonde, healthy

By abilities: I’m good/bad at dancing, sports, learning, relationships

But what if by pigeon holing yourself into a single category you were concealing from yourself, and the world just how brilliant you truly are?

Susanna Mittermaier, born in Vienna, Austria, is a psychologist educated at the University of Lund, Sweden, where she worked at the university hospital in the psychiatry department with psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. She is the founder of Pragmatic Psychology and author of the #1 international bestselling book, “Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy.” Her new book is called “Family Fairytale”.
As a highly sort after public speaker and keynote speaker, Susanna has been featured in magazines such as Forbes, TV soap, Psychology Today, Women’s Weekly, Ooom, Wienerin, Empowerment Channel Voice America, Om Times, Motherpedia, Newstalk New Zealand, Holistic Bliss and many more. Susanna offers a new paradigm of therapy called Pragmatic Psychology and is known for her ability to transform people’s problems and difficulties into possibilities and powerful choices.

What About Harnessing Anxiety As A Force For Good In Your Daily Life?

by Susanna Mittermaier

Anxiety is often seen as a debilitating condition. What if it is not! What if anxiety can be harnessed as a possibility for a full life rather than a condition that needs to be managed?

Most people have experienced anxiety at one point in their lives. It’s a feeling of discomfort, an uneasiness, a feeling of worry which in extreme cases can lead to panic attacks. Anxiety always comes with a physical component like, increased heart rate; shortness of breath, tightness in the chest area, sweating and sometimes nausea.

What most people have learned to do, is to interpret their body’s symptoms. Once they experience discomfort, they conclude that there must be something wrong. Does this ever give you the possibility to find out what is truly going on with you and your body? Every time you conclude that there must be something wrong, you can see nothing else than wrongness. Once you start asking questions and are curious, you have the possibility to get free. The belief is that if one understands what is going on, the situation can be controlled. Does control ever work or does it give you more of what you are trying to control?

Susanna Mittermaier, born in Vienna, Austria, is a psychologist educated at the University of Lund, Sweden, where she worked at the university hospital in the psychiatry department with psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. She is the founder of Pragmatic Psychology and author of the #1 international bestselling book, “Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy.” Her new book is called “Family Fairytale”.
As a highly sort after public speaker and keynote speaker, Susanna has been featured in magazines such as Forbes, TV soap, Psychology Today, Women’s Weekly, Ooom, Wienerin, Empowerment Channel Voice America, Om Times, Motherpedia, Newstalk New Zealand, Holistic Bliss and many more. Susanna offers a new paradigm of therapy called Pragmatic Psychology and is known for her ability to transform people’s problems and difficulties into possibilities and powerful choices.

Are You Willing To Be A Pragmatic Futurist?

by Susanna Mittermaier

What if you and your business could be a contribution to creating a world that you would actually like to live in, as well as providing the flow of abundance that you desire? What could you bring into your world. and what could you choose for that to actualise?

A pragmatic futurist creates a business that is a contribution to themselves, the world and the future. It’s about making the best choices for a greater future for everyone.

Most people create a business that is about immediate and consistent results and focusing on how their choices will make profit. Thanks to capitalism, profits have become the end game of this reality. Have you ever stopped to wonder if there was a greater possibility with business beyond the need to work for profit?

Susanna Mittermaier, born in Vienna, Austria, is a psychologist educated at the University of Lund, Sweden, where she worked at the university hospital in the psychiatry department with psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. She is the founder of Pragmatic Psychology and author of the #1 international bestselling book, “Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy.” Her new book is called “Family Fairytale”.
As a highly sort after public speaker and keynote speaker, Susanna has been featured in magazines such as Forbes, TV soap, Psychology Today, Women’s Weekly, Ooom, Wienerin, Empowerment Channel Voice America, Om Times, Motherpedia, Newstalk New Zealand, Holistic Bliss and many more. Susanna offers a new paradigm of therapy called Pragmatic Psychology and is known for her ability to transform people’s problems and difficulties into possibilities and powerful choices.

50 Ways To Lose Your Mind (To Leave Your Lover)

by Susanna Mittermaier

The number 50 has become quite sexy recently… All from Simon and Garfunkel´s “50 Ways to Leave your Lover” to 2015´s “50 Shades of Grey”, book and movie. Now ladies and gentlemen I am introducing you to the new black: “Losing your mind”! You might wonder about the sexy part of this… well let me show you! Are you ready?

Don’t worry I am not going to torture you with an article of 50 points about your mind, although some minds might appreciate an article thoroughly written with details and with footnotes and it might even turn them on. Those I would call the mental masturbators, the people who get a kick out of using their minds excessively. But, hey, honestly, don’t we all have those moments where it seems so cozy and safe to be in our brains and shut out the world to the degree where we do not have to receive more than we can control? Don´t you like the control your mind gives you? You are the dominator of the world… at least the one in your head? Would you admit, at least to yourself, that this gives you a kick? Its like having Mr. Grey and Miss Steel all in your brain, every day and every moment!

Minds are great lovers! No wonder most people have their primary love affairs with their minds! The mind does not challenge you with new information, the good old and known information is at hand at all times and any new comers are strip searched upon entry. Doesn´t it sound perfect? Happy end?

Susanna Mittermaier, born in Vienna, Austria, is a psychologist educated at the University of Lund, Sweden, where she worked at the university hospital in the psychiatry department with psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. She is the founder of Pragmatic Psychology and author of the #1 international bestselling book, “Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy.” Her new book is called “Family Fairytale”.
As a highly sort after public speaker and keynote speaker, Susanna has been featured in magazines such as Forbes, TV soap, Psychology Today, Women’s Weekly, Ooom, Wienerin, Empowerment Channel Voice America, Om Times, Motherpedia, Newstalk New Zealand, Holistic Bliss and many more. Susanna offers a new paradigm of therapy called Pragmatic Psychology and is known for her ability to transform people’s problems and difficulties into possibilities and powerful choices.

Dare Being Orgasmic

by Susanna Mittermaier

Do you remember the orgasmic diner scene from the movie – When Harry Met Sally? How many conclusions did you come to about what orgasm was supposed to look and feel like for you and your body?

What if I told you that orgasmic energy was not the same as having an orgasm? What if I told you that it was nothing like the hyperventilation depicted in that movie scene and that it was everything to do with a liveliness and intensity that you could choose to be in the world instead? What if I told you that being orgasmic is being the courage to be that intensity and joy that is so not normal in this reality?

How much have you judged yourself out of your own awareness about what’s possible with orgasmic living?

Susanna Mittermaier, born in Vienna, Austria, is a psychologist educated at the University of Lund, Sweden, where she worked at the university hospital in the psychiatry department with psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. She is the founder of Pragmatic Psychology and author of the #1 international bestselling book, “Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy.” Her new book is called “Family Fairytale”.
As a highly sort after public speaker and keynote speaker, Susanna has been featured in magazines such as Forbes, TV soap, Psychology Today, Women’s Weekly, Ooom, Wienerin, Empowerment Channel Voice America, Om Times, Motherpedia, Newstalk New Zealand, Holistic Bliss and many more. Susanna offers a new paradigm of therapy called Pragmatic Psychology and is known for her ability to transform people’s problems and difficulties into possibilities and powerful choices.

Are You Committed To Your Life?

by Susanna Mittermaier

“Welcome to this reality! You have landed! Now you get to start your life sentence on planet earth where you get all the limitations from all life times installed in your new body for free plus you get to enjoy everybody else´s limitations and constantly confuse them with you. Enjoy your time here, when you are done, we will take your body and you can start all over again. “

How many times have you regretted coming to this planet and the choice to have a body, wondering what insane sidestep you must have taken for torturing yourself with this reality, judging your body as the prison that keeps you being here, trying to find ways out.

One of the ways people try to get out, is by creating mental illness. It’s a great way to get people off one´s back and make them your slave at the same time. “Look how crazy I am! Are you sure you want to have anything to do with me?” Or “I am so troubled, now you have to help me, because I can’t do that for myself.”

Susanna Mittermaier, born in Vienna, Austria, is a psychologist educated at the University of Lund, Sweden, where she worked at the university hospital in the psychiatry department with psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. She is the founder of Pragmatic Psychology and author of the #1 international bestselling book, “Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy.” Her new book is called “Family Fairytale”.
As a highly sort after public speaker and keynote speaker, Susanna has been featured in magazines such as Forbes, TV soap, Psychology Today, Women’s Weekly, Ooom, Wienerin, Empowerment Channel Voice America, Om Times, Motherpedia, Newstalk New Zealand, Holistic Bliss and many more. Susanna offers a new paradigm of therapy called Pragmatic Psychology and is known for her ability to transform people’s problems and difficulties into possibilities and powerful choices.

Letting Go Of Your Knickers… Pragmatic Psychology In Action!

by Susanna Mittermaier

Have you ever taken a psychology class or read one of those books where a dead guy tells you about how the world functions? Did you get frustrated, bored and had the sudden urge to raise your middle finger, while everybody around you nodded as if they understood it all and found this the most interesting theory ever while you wondered what you seemed to be missing? You probably missed to acknowledge your awareness about the conclusions being made in what you read and that you know that you know!

How much is that exactly how you have been living your life, trying to make sense of a world that just does not make sense to you? Trying your very best to make conclusions about how things function and why they are the way they are? Trying to make those conclusions real and wondering why you are always the one not getting it, and then concluding that you are wrong?

Susanna Mittermaier, born in Vienna, Austria, is a psychologist educated at the University of Lund, Sweden, where she worked at the university hospital in the psychiatry department with psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. She is the founder of Pragmatic Psychology and author of the #1 international bestselling book, “Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy.” Her new book is called “Family Fairytale”.
As a highly sort after public speaker and keynote speaker, Susanna has been featured in magazines such as Forbes, TV soap, Psychology Today, Women’s Weekly, Ooom, Wienerin, Empowerment Channel Voice America, Om Times, Motherpedia, Newstalk New Zealand, Holistic Bliss and many more. Susanna offers a new paradigm of therapy called Pragmatic Psychology and is known for her ability to transform people’s problems and difficulties into possibilities and powerful choices.

Pragmatic Relationships – Making the Impossible Work For You!

by Susanna Mittermaier

The area of relationship is one of the fundamental elements of this reality. We grow up in a world where one of the biggest targets is to be in relationship; to have friends, to have a partner but first, according to this world, you need to find someone that is perfect enough to fit the picture you have decided should be your life.

But wait a second whose picture is that? Has the perfection of this reality been sneaking into your daydreams? Have you let yourself be brainwashed by the insanity of everything you are supposed to have and if you do not have it, it makes you the biggest loser on this planet? You could be the biggest loser of this insanity instead! How much freedom do you grant yourself in the area of relationship?

Susanna Mittermaier, born in Vienna, Austria, is a psychologist educated at the University of Lund, Sweden, where she worked at the university hospital in the psychiatry department with psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. She is the founder of Pragmatic Psychology and author of the #1 international bestselling book, “Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy.” Her new book is called “Family Fairytale”.
As a highly sort after public speaker and keynote speaker, Susanna has been featured in magazines such as Forbes, TV soap, Psychology Today, Women’s Weekly, Ooom, Wienerin, Empowerment Channel Voice America, Om Times, Motherpedia, Newstalk New Zealand, Holistic Bliss and many more. Susanna offers a new paradigm of therapy called Pragmatic Psychology and is known for her ability to transform people’s problems and difficulties into possibilities and powerful choices.