Pharmaceutical executives have a trick up their sleeves – the quit smoking aids like nicotine patches and gum keep you addicted, and you are tricked into thinking that it is a good way to quit using tobacco. The trick is ingeniously formulated into the product and does not even need to be hidden.
Many people, who have a ‘know-it-all,’ persona; whether a Webster definition, or who pretends to know more than anyone else; have one personality trait in common, narcissism. Hidden behind the need to let the world know exactly how smart, funny, interesting or great she/he is, is the need to convince him/herself of their value. All know-it-alls suffer from a lack of self-confidence, and what they seek, through their tireless efforts to impress, is usually the need for approval and validation.
Anytime you look at something and you are not at peace, you need to recognize that you have the power to choose again. ‘A Course in Miracles,’ states, “I have decided wrongly because I am not at peace, I can choose again.’
Everyone experiences emotional stress periodically; a knot in your stomach, frozen with fear; wanting to escape or feeling out of balance. When you feel these stressors you might become impulsive and notice that your emotions are influencing your actions; causing you to be irritable or short tempered, you need to find a way to gain […]
‘What are the differences between Hypnosis, Behavior Therapy and Psychoanalysis?’ Unlike many theories and concepts there is no exact comparison between Hypnosis, Behavior Therapy and Psychoanalysis. This article will define each disciple and the results one can expect from each.