By: Summer Banks
I am a survivor of suicide. Many years ago my life and emotions had forced me into a place where death seemed to be the only real door to freedom. As I sat on the bathroom floor slicing my arm over and over again, I...
By: ICHAS
How do you control your anger? By first accepting that it isn't about control at all. Nope, anger is generated by a multitude of adverse influences. Anger comes from ones inability to correctly assist the factors and characteristics that make 'ya wanna holla! And get...
By: Sonia Mcnichol
I think that any fear of death comes partly from fear of the unknown. Nobody knows what happens when we die, and that in itself is a scary thought. Is this it, is death really the end? Or is there something else?There are any...
By: Deah CurryPhd
When treatments fail, it might be the causal explanation that's faulty. Feeling fearful in normal situations. Being painfully shy in groups. Having difficulty concentrating or sleeping. Worrying a lot all the time. Feeling on edge, restless, irritable, nervous, freaked out, or overwhelmed. These are the...
By: D. James
Predictors of Success: IQ (intelligence quotient) vs. EQ (emotional intelligence quotient)I have seen over time that successful leaders tend to possess more remarkable EQ's than those of equal IQ's who do not have the savvy to express themselves and create an aura of interest and...
By: avante guardian
We fear death as we fear the dark. It is unknown,and contains things we cannot comprehend so must substitute things like religious beliefs, customs and texts written thousands of years ago, telling us what to expect if we live a certain way, or...
By: Karolyn Tredeau
Why? Because it works! From personal experience I can attest to that fact. We are all born with certain propensities; and unless we are aware of these, they can take over our lives. For example, I've known people who will not drink because there is...
By: Darren James Bighetty
The collective unconsciousness, is a concept of Jungian Psychology, in which there is the overall cellular memory of past ancestors, that is located inside of the body. The archetypes of each person is the projected ideas of the world around, and it is the way...
By: Kathy Williams
Perspectives on Learned HelplessnessLearned helplessness is a sign of depression. Its condition is just as it is called. Learning that you can't do something to the point that you give up. It's like learning that you can't hit a baseball because every time you try...
By: Yehuda Harmor
Leaving aside the question of what constitutes suffering, I think the look for the cause of suffering needs to be split into two activities. We need to look at the proximate (direct/immediate) cause and the ultimate (overall/initial) causes of suffering.The proximate cause of suffering...

 

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