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First let's talk about what introspection is. I would define it as looking inward inside yourself. As with most things which most people do there are positive and negative aspects to introspection. Sometimes it is very important for us to reflect on our inner thoughts and feelings but too much of this can be unhealthy... Click to read "introspection"
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This last few weeks I have been following the new depression program from Uncommon Knowledge. I, like most people, am prone to becoming depressed and have suffered in the past so I wanted to try it myself and review it before including it on the depression-helper website. It is filled with new ideas and many interesting medical breakthroughs which help to uncover exactly what depression is and the best way to beat it. click to read my review of the depression programWant to contribute?
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Stop Taking Things Personally (part 1)
A Typical Example
Your boss hires a new employee who is obviously quite competent. You next discover that he's invited the new guy to a charity event you've been wanting to attend for six months.
When you find out, you feel hurt and angry. Your boss notices your dismay and invites you along. Feeling like an afterthought, you reject the invitation and fume over his insensitivity.
Why We Take Things Personally
We take things personally because we've trained our mind to do so.
We do not realize this, of course. When events trigger our outrage, we believe our hurt and anger is justified.
How We Take Things Personally
When we take another person's behavior personally, we do the following 3 things:
You can magnify hostility the same way you amplify love: by mentally reflecting on events and giving them meaning.
When we amplify love, we think about how wonderful, sexy, and funny our partner is.
When we amplify hostility, we think about how much another person is trying to hurt, undermine, or embarrass us.
I'm not suggesting that people never do hurtful things.
What is self hypnosis? Click here to read about self hypnosis
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