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On this page you'll learn how to use subconscious Read more [...]power by accessing your brain's natural productivity software, the power to make you the best you can be. . . Any one who has taken one of
"Why am I so emotional?" I used to ask myself that question all the time. As any masters in Read more [...]psychology or any good life coaching courses will tell
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This short life coaching course / positive psychology course reveals how to control your emotions and stop being so emotional
We reveal the key to controlling your emotions
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In this simple guide to how to control your emotions you will learn the answer to managing your emotions.
It's advisable to set aside 20 minutes in which to do this exercise. If you dont have 20 mins now, read the article now, bookmark, then come back when you have more time.
I recommend reading "Why am I so emotional? " before continuing too.
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ON this page of our life coaching course / Read more [...]psychology course we reveal subconscious power techniques that help you to train your brain. This exercise
Let me describe to you a time of personal unhappiness in my life, then tell me if it sounds familiar. There was a time when I would feel like I have nothing and I would want everything. I was hungry. Hungry for women, for money, for success, for fame (I’m an actor so fame is, in this field, almost like a very large promotion—it’s desired). I craved. I would look at the life I had, determine it as not being good enough and then desire more. At times, I would get more. There were times when, as an actor, I scored roles I really wanted. There were times when I got lucky in love. There were times when I was popular. I had fortune. Sure, I wasn’t a millionaire and I wasn’t a mega movie star, but I had more than enough to be thankful for. The problem? Instead of being thankful all I could thing was “What next?” Does this sound familiar to you? In most society’s around the world today, we are made to want more and more and more. I suppose it is the result of capitalism. Companies want to sell more and more products. How do they sell them? By making you want them. You want the iPhone 700 because the iPhone 699 has been out for a good two months now. . .. Advertising, social statutes and the idea of “keeping up with the Jones’” makes us feel like we need more and more and more. And guess where it stops? That’s right, nowhere. You get the iPhone 700, the laptop with the four billion gigs RAM and the Porsche that only last month seemed like a fantasy, you enjoy them for what. . . a week? Then suddenly they’re not good enough and you want the next thing. It’s not just products. Some are the same way about relationships. Some people want new relationships all the time, others just want their relationship to get better and better and better, thinking it’s never good enough.
Nothing ever seems good enough.
Sounds like a recipe forThe idea of having more and more and more is never going to lead you or I to to me. . We will never be content while looking for faults in things, while looking for ways things could be better.
Lack of contentment is one of the main causes of depression and“Why I am so unhappy?” you ask. Because you are caught in the cycle or more and more, better and better. And that cycle is not conducive to nor contentment. Thankfully, there is a way out of this knot. The way out of this knot of unhappiness is easy to understand, yet a challenge in application. The way out of the knot is this:
Realise is it all bullshit.
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Facts About Depression
Extremely Interesting Facts About Depression 1 - 10– 15 million in the USA suffer from depression according to the statistics of the American Psychiatrical Association – In the USA, depression is the second most common reason to get a sick-list – living in overpopulated areas and taking in too much information (which could, for instance, include being on the inter net too much) are common causes of depression – According to the World Health Organization, by 2020, depression will be most common form of illness – Over 150 million people every year becomes disabled due to depression. – Fact 6 – Researchers of the New-York University established that depression destroys nerve cells in the front part of the cerebral cortex, which is responsible for optimism. – The American Psychiatrical Association comprised this list of the most depression-prone professions: Baby-sitters, nannies, nurses and the unemployed (12.7%), People working in public catering: waiters, cooks and barmen (10.3%), Doctors, nurse and social workers (9.6%). The odds of developing depression decrease when we do not associate with smokers. – A spontaneous recovering after a lingering depression is very rare and takes about 10% among all cases, though the return of depression in such situations comes in the next 2-4 years. – According to the researches carried out in the USA, people with frequent depressions have a two times higher chance to die from other diseases than other people. Read more [...]
On this page we reveal the best ways of improving Read more [...], with activities and self esteem exercises. I don’t know about you, but I’m the kind of person who can be pretty hard
Continuing our free guide to building Read more [...]ON this page we continue our confidence training courses by turning to writing. In this exercise you will be doing creative writing to build .
Ive stated many times that I personally believe fighting Read more [...]naturally to be the best way to go though not necessarily the easiest and
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We take a look at some amazing life coaching lessons and Read more [...]psychology training from Star Wars. Here at LifeandSelf.com we love movies that offer valuable life coaching lessons. Some of
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