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Depression is a term that is being bandied around far too much, and depression is probably one of the most misdiagnosed and misunderstood emotional problems of them all. Let's find out if you are really depressed - or if you are just unhappy.
What is the difference between someone being depressed, and someone "just" being unhappy?
Many people think that anxiety and feeling anxious all the time is one of those things you just have to learn to live with, like stress, a part of normal living in the 21st century. Today, we have new solutions to the problem of anxiety.
Here are Dr Hartmann's top 5 tips for how to control emotions and feelings successfully - yes, you CAN learn to control your emotions and master your feelings, it's not even difficult - you just need to know how.
The term psychosomatic pain is used when a person reports that they are
feeling pain, or say that they are in pain, "but no physical cause for the pain
can be found."
Classically, doctors say, "There's nothing wrong with you."
Others say, "It's all in your head."
But the person who suffers from psychosomatic pain feels the pain and gets more
and more desperate because the pain is not imagined, it is real.
EMO Theory offers a simple explanation for psychosomatic pain as follows.
If you suffer from a broken heart, have experienced real heartache, and the emotional pain that comes from a broken heart, here is a simple but profoundly positive and powerful method of self healing, that will help you heal your broken heart over time, and help you to recover so you can start to live again, and learn to love again.
Get Your Life Back from depression with these 7 top tips that are easy to follow - even if you are depressed! - make sense and will help lift depression more and more, from day to day.
Men are from Mars and women are from Venus when it comes to talking about
feelings and emotions - hardly! It is a fact though that women use language
differently to describe their feelings and emotions, to a point where a man
doesn't understand any longer what they are talking about and switches off
altogether, gives up even trying. Here is a very easy, brand new way to talk
about emotions in such a way that even a man - yes, even a totally unemotional
man! - will be able to understand you ... and possibly even start to take care
of your real emotional needs.
It is extraordinary that there are entire schools of treating human emotion which do not ever give a proper definition of emotions, or what these strange things actually are.
What are emotions?
What are "feelings"?
Can you die of a broken heart?
These and many other questions about emotions are successfully resolved when one quite scientifically inserts the Factor X into the equation ...
One of the greatest hurdles for people who know they need help with their emotions and feelings is the idea from old fashioned psychotherapy that they have to talk about their problems and tell all. But what if the cause of the problem is a secret that cannot or must not be told?
What if the client is a general, or a high executive, or a leader in general and cannot possibly talk about the problem? Or if the root of the problem simply cannot be talked about for any other reason?
Sticks and stones can break your bones but words can never hurt you? It's not true!
Words - and particularly, the energy forms transmitted through those words - CAN hurt a person, for longer and for much, much worse than sticks and stones ever could.
Here is why - and what to do about it so that we can heal the hurt of words.
Emotional Honesty is one of those pop psychology terms that can make a person's life a misery. What is that supposed to mean? How is one supposed to be emotionally honest? Fear not. Here follows a simple explanation and a foolproof 3 step technique to become hardcore emotionally honest with yourself and other people. And it doesn't even hurt ... much ...
I've got some news for all those out there who have been told they must "learn to love themselves more" - it doesn't work.
It can't be done. It's hopeless. Want to know why?
People to this day do not understand their
their thoughts and their feelings, their actions and behaviours and often come
away thinking, "I'm crazy!" or "I'm mad!" or "I'm insane!"
It is my life's work to demonstrate to all who would listen that nothing is
further from the truth; that true insanity and madness is a rare occurrence and
that as long as you're still thinking, "I must be mad!" you can be pretty sure
that you're not, because true madmen don't think that any more.
Normal people, which means people who do not have a brain tumour, suffer from
a major chemical imbalance, lost a part of their brain in accident or were born
with some kind of genetic abnormality, ALWAYS HAVE A GOOD REASON for all the
things they feel, think, say and do.
"I need closure!" is a term many people use to describe their desire to "get over it" and to be able to live their lives normally again, to have a future again, and, most importantly, to NOT BE IN CONSTANT EMOTIONAL PAIN any longer.
What is emotional abuse?
I personally define emotional abuse when someone makes you feel bad - but you didn't deserve it, didn't do anything to cause it, and there's nothing you can do to escape the next punishment because it is NOT LINKED TO FACT OR REALITY.
For example, if my boyfriend yells abuse at me because I broke his guitar, even though that's not nice, it has a cause and I can understand that. I can apologize and we can make up.
But what if I've done NOTHING AT ALL - and he still says and does things that hurt me deeply, not physically but emotionally? As a matter of fact, all the time and there is nothing I can do to escape the next random punishment?
Bereavement pain is the strongest and most painful of all human emotions. And like all human emotions, bereavement pain makes no sense at all - unless you bring the energy system, the true Factor X of the human condition, into the equation.
Bereavement pain isn't in the head - it is an ACTUAL FELT PAIN that comes in waves and can be totally debilitating.
This is a true EMO case story, involving a policeman, a rape victim, self mutilation and how the understanding of energy exchanges totally transforms the theory and practice of human psychology.
Have you ever said, “I am so angry with ……(someone or something)!”? I bet you have and then you have gone into a long diatribe about the content of whatever makes you angry – most angry people do. Someone may say, “This anger is all in your head, in your thoughts,” which makes angry people get even more angry still.
A visitor to this site asked, "When does depression lift?
"I have been diagnosed with depression and it has been five years, when is it going to be over?"
People simply do not know that emotional pain and all sorts of other emotionally related problems can be cured now - for real, and in a healthy fashion, without the use of chemicals, without talking for hours, without having to re-live horrors from the past!
It is our mission to put this NEW knowledge before the people of the world, so they can look at our theories for themselves; so that they can try our techniques for themselves and thus, LEARN FOR THEMSELVES that this is a correct form of describing the human condition, the causes and effects of human emotions, and most of all, a VALID TREATMENT FORM for emotional pain.
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