Too many a time we feel immobilized by our own chain of negative thoughts. But instead of focusing on what is not going right or how you can get something, have you ever considered the notion of simply giving? For more insights, read on.
Many people possess certain, specific, emotional, and/ or mental issues, which, if left unaddressed, often, become far more severe, challenging, and potentially, dangerous. Whether this stems from some mood disorder, anger issues, being bipolar (to a minor or major degree), or anything else, the reality is, we can only help someone else, no matter how much we care about, or love them, or really want to help them, if, and when, they want the help, and make the decision, to enhance their personal existence.
Therapy has the potential to help people in many ways. It can useful for those suffering with emotional problems or simply having a bad time, but unable to personally sort out the issues.
Depression is a debilitating disorder. It affects the suffering person’s normal life, be it work, relationships as well as physical and psychological health. Depression is also a spoiler for sex life as the two do not mix well. It impacts the libido and a depressed partner might have a non-existent sex drive. The orgasms might elude as fatigue and lack of enthusiasm prevail.
The purpose of our life is to contribute to helping us all to grow as conscious and responsible human beings, and this includes guiding us to discover and accept the purpose of our life; inspiring us to feel more motivation, energy, and passion; helping us to abandon weakening relationships and attitudes, and building a loving support network. We also teach ourselves to achieve a stable financial abundance by doing what we love to do and encourage us to make an authentic contribution to humanity and life in general; to finally experience the kind of reality that we always knew was our destiny to live. We are here to express and share our creative gifts and talents, to give and receive love, and be happy.
While panic and anxiety strikes have similar symptoms that there are gaps which you should know about. For example, an anxiety attack is a sudden surge of overwhelming fear and stress that always does occur without the obvious rationale and without caution.
I spoke with a young man today who just couldn’t seem to motivate himself to focus on his studies. He’d procrastinate, make excuses and generally found himself completely depressed without energy to ‘make a start’ with anything.