Stress Ended His Life (A case of Schizophrenia) – Psychology

Hello. It’s good to have you here. Today we are going to talk about a case I had long ago. It shows how stress attacks our weakest personality traits and shows the worst part of ourselves. Let’s talk about Franklin, a 28 year-old guy. He is short, thin and he looks kind of strange. He lives with his father, and…

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The Power of Depression in Shaping our Lives | Jane Krukiel | [email protected]

Translator: Robert Deliman Reviewer: Denise RQ Depression is a scary thing. Being internally locked in your mind, forever falling into the depths of yourself, hoping someone can save you is the worst feeling in the world. Our minds are powerful things because they influence our thoughts, convince us that we are nothing. You essentially feel as if you were on…

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WHY Exercise is so Underrated (Brain Power & Movement Link)

To understand the injustice that has been done to exercise, let’s pretend we’re back in 1995 and Nintendo is advertising the Nintendo 64. When marketing, they talk solely about the technical aspects of the machine and how it has a 93.7 megahertz processor compared to the Super Nintendo’s measly 3.56 megahertz processor. The N64 flops and the entire marketing team…

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What is Literature for?

We have a general sense that these sort of places are filled with things that are deeply important, but what exactly is literature good for? Why should we spend our time reading novels or poems when out there, big things are going on. Let’s have a think about some of the ways literature benefits us.. Of course, it looks like…

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Why The Self-Help Industry Has Depression Wrong

– It was in my darkest hours of depression that I had immense hatred for myself. I hated myself for not being able to do the things that I loved. I hated myself for barely being able to work due to mental exhaustion. And I hated myself because I felt like a fraud. For 15 years I’ve taught and written…

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The real reason I traveled to 196 countries | Cassie De Pecol | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Susanne Fisch Reviewer: Cihan Ekmekçi Who in their right mind would travel alone to 196 countries? When someone finds out I’ve done something that no other woman on this planet has done, and broken two Guinness World Records, they usually have a few questions for me. They want to know how I pulled it off, what my experience was…

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Positive Steps to Mental Health & Wellbeing

Positive steps to well-being. From Getselfhelp.co.uk Practise these eight steps every day to improve and maintain your well-being. See the bigger picture Exercise regularly. Enjoy. Be Kind to yourself. Look after your body. Interact with others. Find meaning and purpose. Take notice. See the bigger picture. Pull back and see a different perspective. Consider a different way of looking at…

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