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Directions to work with fears.

Know that the greatest fear is fear of the unknown. Seek to meet the unknown with courage and a sense of adventure. - Jonathan Lockwood Huie The world is vague and we cannot do anything about it. The future is unpredictable. Therefore, our whole life is a risk. On the one hand, we must plan… Continue reading Directions to work with fears.

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Fear and anxiety.

“Anxiety is a thin stream of fear trickling through the mind. If encouraged, it cuts a channel into which all other thoughts are drained.” Arthur Somers Roche _ Fear is the expectation of something specific. _ Anxiety is uncertain, but situational, "one-time." _ Existential anxiety is the expectation of a constant presence in a life… Continue reading Fear and anxiety.

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Fear has many faces.

“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.” ― Marie Curie Fears of people are the same commands of the brain, designed to protect them from errors, injuries, dangerous deeds. Do not be ashamed of your fears,… Continue reading Fear has many faces.

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The top 10 fears of people.

  The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear. _ Gandhi What is fear? Fear is an internal state of a person, which is caused by an alleged or really threatening disaster. Psychology views fear as an emotional process that has a negative coloring. According to the theory of differential… Continue reading The top 10 fears of people.

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Pity.

Pity is, at first glance, a very good and necessary quality of a person. This ability to treat others with understanding, with sympathy, a desire to support in a difficult moment. Pity is caused by people who have fallen into various everyday worries, homeless people, invalids, street beggars. We regret our children, aged parents, relatives… Continue reading Pity.

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Despair.

Many years ago, the Devil decided to boast and put on public display all the tools of his craft. He neatly folded them in a glass display case and attached labels to them, so that everyone knew what it was and what the cost of each of them was. What a collection it was! There… Continue reading Despair.

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Envy (part2)

Personal envy is more likely to be secretly tested and concealed, considered shameful. This is either an open aggression towards the object of envy, or other forms of rejection of this person. If we consider the stages of human life, it becomes noticeable that a sense of envy is present to some extent in the… Continue reading Envy (part2)

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Envy (part 1)

Many actions are dictated to a person, not for the sake of something, but out of spite. Envy is considered one of the seven deadly sins and the most secret feeling in the souls of people. Unlike other sins, which can be found rational justification, envy has always been considered shameful in all its manifestations,… Continue reading Envy (part 1)

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Resentment.

One of the most understandable emotions. All of us somehow took offenses in this life, and each of us offended someone. Many lives are warped by resentment, many ruined relationships, and shattered destinies. Probably, everyone would like to rewrite many pages in their life and cross out the suffered pain from it. Resentment is characterized… Continue reading Resentment.

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The influence of emotions

Primary emotions are innate emotions and can be found in any population, so they are called primary or universal.  Secondary emotions, on the other hand, are those that originate from the combination of primary emotions and develop with the growth of the individual and with social interaction. We constantly experience many emotions, a wide range,… Continue reading The influence of emotions

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Child psychological traumas

A psychological trauma causes long emotional experiences and has a long psychological impact. The cause of the trauma can be any significant event for a person: deception, betrayal, disappointment, injustice, violence, a death of a loved one, loss experiences, any crisis, illness. All these events may not be traumatic if a person integrated them into… Continue reading Child psychological traumas

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Emotions and Feelings

As it has been accentuated before, emotions are not subject to the influence of time. In other words, even if the traumatic event, accompanied by strong emotions, took place 50 years ago for the psyche of this absolutely does not mean anything. Emotions are not subject to decay, as it happens in the material world.… Continue reading Emotions and Feelings

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What your unconscious is responsible for…

For hundreds of years, the mind-body dualism was widely adopted by many scientists and psychologists. Confirming that mental experiences are separate from body experiences. The nervous system has two main elements, the central nervous system (CNS), which are the neural networks in the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system (PNS), which are… Continue reading What your unconscious is responsible for…

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The unconscious mind

The unconscious mind is the storehouse of all memories and past experiences, both those that have been repressed through trauma and those that have simply been consciously forgotten and no longer important to us. It’s from these memories and experiences that our beliefs, habits, and behaviors are formed. Although the subconscious and unconscious have direct… Continue reading The unconscious mind

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The subconscious mind

The subconscious mind has a much stronger sense of awareness of your surroundings than your conscious mind (some suggest it’s where your “sixth sense” comes from) and is always switched on. Subconscious is that part of consciousness which is not in current awareness. It is the repository of different ideas, wishes, desires, and emotions. Faith… Continue reading The subconscious mind