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How analyzing your problems may be counterproductive

How analyzing your problems may be counterproductive

When you're upset or depressed, should you analyze your feelings to figure out what's wrong? Or should you just forget about it and move on? New research and theories suggests if you do want to think about your problems, do so from a detached perspective, rather than reliving the experience.

This answer is related to a psychological paradox: Processing emotions is supposed to help you facilitate coping, but attempts to understand painful feelings often backfire and perpetuate or strengthen negative moods and emotions. The solution seems to be neither denial or distraction, according to research conducted by University of Michigan psychologist Ethan Kross, who says the best way to move forward emotionally is to examine one's feelings from a distance or detached perspective.

Kross, along with University of California colleague Ozelm Ayduk, conducted a series of studies that provide the first experimental evidence of the benefits of taking a detached perspective on your problems. Kross says, "reviewing our mistakes over and over, re-experiencing the same negative emotions we felt the first time, tends to keep us stuck in negativity." Their study, published in the July, 2008 issue of Personality and Social Psychology, described how they randomly assigned 141 participants to groups that required them to focus (or not to focus) on their feelings using different strategies in a guided imagery exercise that led them to recall an experience that made them feel overwhelmed by sadness or depression. In the immersed-analysis condition, participants were told to go back to the time and place of the experience and relive it as if it were happening to them over again, and try to understand the emotions they felt, along with the underlying causes. In the detached-analysis condition, the subjects were told to go back the time and place of the experience, take a few steps back and move away from the experience, and watch it unfold as though it was happening to them from a distance, and try to understand what they felt and the reasons for the feelings-- what lessons are to be learned.

The results of the experiment? Immediately after the exercise the distanced-analysis approach subjects reported lower levels of anxiety, depression and sadness compared to those subjects who used the immersed-analysis strategy. One week later the participants were questioned. Those that had used the distanced-analysis strategy continued to show lower levels of depression, anxiety and sadness. In a related study, Ayduk and Kross showed that participants who adopted a self-distanced perspective while thinking about their problems related toanger, showed reductions in blood pressure.

Kross' and Ayduk's research supports the work done by psychotherapist Dr. Steven Hayes. Traditional cognitive psychotherapy may not be the best intervention according to Dr. Steven Hayes, a renowned psychotherapist, and author of Getting Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life. Hayes has been setting the world of psychotherapy on its ear by advocating a totally different approach.

Hayes and researchers Marsha Linehan and Robert Kohlenberg at the University of Washington, and Zindel Segal at the University of Toronto, what we could call "Third Wave Psychologists" are focusing less on how to manipulate the content of our thoughts (a focus on cognitive psychotherapy) and more on how to change their context--to modify the way we see thoughts and feelings so they can't control our behavior. Whereas cognitive therapists speak of "cognitive errors" and "distorted interpretation," Hayes and his colleagues encourage mindfulness, the meditation-inspired practice of observing thoughts without getting entangled by them--imagine the thoughts being a leaf or canoe floating down the stream.

These Third Wave Psychologists would argue that trying to correct negative thoughts can paradoxically actually intensify them. As NLP trained coaches would say, telling someone to "not think about a blue tree," actually focuses their mind on a blue tree. The Third Wave Psychologists methodology is called ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), which says that we should acknowledge that negative thoughts recur throughout our life and instead of challenging or fighting with them, we should concentrate on identifying and committing to our values in life. Hayes would argue that once we are willing to feel our negative emotions, we'll find it easier to commit ourselves to what we want in life.

This approach may come as a surprise to many, because the traditional cognitive model permeates our culture and the media as reflected in the Dr. Phil show. The essence of the conflict between traditional cognitive psychologists and psychotherapists is to engage in a process of analyzing your way out your problems, or the Third Wave approach which says, accept that you have negative beliefs, thinking and problems and focus on what you want. Third Wave psychologists acknowledge that we have pain, but rather than trying to push it away, they say trying to push it away or deny it just gives it more energy and strength.

Third Wave Psychologists focus on acceptance and commitment comes with a variety of strategies to help people including such things as writing your epitaph (what's going to be your legacy), clarifying your values and committing your behavior to them.

It's interesting that that The Third Wave Psychologists approach comes along at a time when more and more people are looking for answer outside of the traditional medical model (which psychiatry and traditional psychotherapy represent). Just look at a 2002 study in Prevention and Treatment, which found that 80% people tested who took the six most popular antidepressants of the 1990's got the same results when they took a sugar pill placebo.

The Third Wave Psychologists approaches are very consistent with much of the training and approach that many life coaches receive, inclusive of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), and many spiritual approaches tobehavioral changes reflected in ancient Buddhist teachings and the more modern version exemplified by Eckhart Tolle (The Power of Now and A New Earth). The focus of those approaches reinforces the concepts of acceptance of negative emotions and thoughts, and rather than giving them energy and fighting with them, focus on mindfulness, and a commitment to an alignment of values and behavior.

What's fascinating is how brain science and psychological research is supporting ancient spiritual practices. Perhaps now the East and the West, science and spirituality, are coming together

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How many times lately have you been reminded, ever so kindly by others, or perhaps less kindly by yourself, to let go of your drama or story? 

I would like to offer a different perspective, a self-loving approach, and some steps for you to play with. 

As quite an experienced story-weaver and from my work as a peace achievement specialist, my observation is that we create story and drama to protect ourselves from emotional pain. If we can acknowledge, accept and appreciate the gift and potential for freedom the story and drama bring, our creation of the story essentially can be considered an act of self-love.

Story and Drama have been given a bad rep. Since it is inevitable for most of us (if not all of us) to end up on stage acting out our own drama from time to time, why not take a positive step-by-step approach to freeing yourself from your tragedy?

Step 1. Celebrate Your Talent

Take a moment to celebrate your extraordinary talent and capacity as a story-weaver and dramatician. Laugh and say, "I congratulate myself for my amazing mastery in turning a mouse into an elephant and a small incident into a full-blown tragedy".

Step 2. Forgive Yourself

Remember to forgive yourself repeatedly. Beating ourselves up gets us stuck in guilt and shame, which are the pathway to lasting trauma. As we know, trauma can take lifetimes to disintegrate and heal. Forgiveness is the first step to setting yourself free.

Step 3. Accept the Gift

Accept the gift your story brings. You have created it not only to protect yourself but also as a way to become informed and aware. Studying your story, viewing your drama, are excellent ways to get to know yourself better.

Step 4. Assign Roles

Imagine there are two of you: Your Actor and your Spectator. Place your Actor on-stage or on the screen, ready for a captivating performance. Let your Spectator take a comfortable seat in the audience.

Step 5. Treat Yourself
 to a Night at the Opera
Without judgment or critique, let your Spectator observe the drama unfold, and take note of your Actor's emotional actions and reactions as if you were watching an unfamiliar actor in an unfamiliar movie or play. Patiently let yourself fill up with information for in-the-moment or later review. 

Step 6. 
Self-Awareness, Self-Acceptance and Self-Love
Gently lay out the scenes you have observed before you. Separate what is real in the story from what is fiction. Without judgment, filter the story until you reach a core awareness of your pain and of yourself. Embrace what comes up for you as being a part of your perfection. Allow yourself to take responsibility and lovingly include this part of you in what you already know to be you. Give it the attention it needs.
An example of this process could be:
"My story is that people are always taking advantage of me".
"I love to please people".
"Something in me craves acknowledgement".
"I fully and lovingly acknowledge all of myself".

Step 7. Take Your Freedom

Your welcoming this re-discovered part of yourself, your taking responsibility, and loving yourself will free you from the confines of your story. 

Your Story has served, as stories always do. Releasing your story is equivalent to releasing a part of your very creation and missing an opportunity to rediscover your brilliant perfection. Instead, let your drama work for you. Let it help you get to know yourself and embrace all facets of the jewel that is you. The story and pain will lose its solidity, and no longer confine you.

Standing Ovation!


Sus Kongsbak Larsen, aka Your Guide to Peace, Founder and Director of On~Hudson Mediation Center, is a Peace Guide; Breakup, Loss and Grief Coach; and Divorce and Family Mediator who holds a lifelong dedication to guiding individuals, couples, families and communities towards Peace.

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Some of my studs ask for a english reading about an very good article from INREES, so enjoy


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By DIMITRI BULAN, Hypnotherapist and Life Coach.



Hypnosis practice is officially recognise since 1842 by the Scottish surgeon James BRAID,

He scientifically explain the principle of what is an “another state of mind”.( altered state of consciousness).

In 1891, the Professor Hyppolite BERSTEIN create a new expression “psychotherapy”, that specify a technical create by the use of the language who create another altered state of conscious. This state is an open door to hypnotic’s suggestions for loading a mechanism inside the mind to soluce heath troubles or pain.


The Professor Milton H ERICKSON transforms hypnosis with a new approach in “ericksonian hypnosis”. When he was a young boy he watched carefully his sisters and find signs that are not language but create a path to communicate. They could say “yes” et the body language explain a silent “no”. It’s the beginning of calibration, the careful study of the body signs and also the first steps of the non verbal language.

Ericksonian hypnosis considers the patient as unic, which means the approach rules in the way of the patient at his own size for himself. There is no a unic solution for all…

The individual unconscious is the part of the mind that works a lot for the patient and also have the much useful tools made by the patient himself/herself. This unconscious use to find a new path never been explored by the conscious and the ego. This state appears only after a long time of language work ship about rationalizing the vital signs of the body’s patient by the practitioner.

During the 50’s, a new path arise from the “Palo Alto”‘s school: called “new hypnosis”. These techniques of suggestions are more soft and the language use is more open minded. The patient can “imagine” what he wants when the practitioner speaks about colours, trees, flowers…he never talk about “this is green…this a rose…”

Also “short therapy” or “breve therapy” is synonyms of “Ericksonian”.


During this time a new wave studied everything about psychology, mathematics, sociology and ethnology to create a new concept call Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP). The creators are Mr BANDLER and GRINDER. They teach that you can learn the good gesture and doing it after as if it was yourself.

Studying the words used in language’s expression, the practitioner find easily the pain or the matter of unwellness. Playing language’s games heal the mind of the patient who used to turn in pattern.

This technique is 70% of the erickson’s one.


EMDR (eyes movement desensibilisation reprocessing ) borned around the 80’s but is also something that came from the ericksonian’s tools.

When you speak, your eyes express a lot of informations about yourself.


All the techniques explained above are really efficient and work deeply with the unconscious, as your ego during this period try to censures yourself on your wellness path. That is why this method is at your time for more comfort is your own wellbeing.

 It is easy to understand by your own that your area create a comportment, which create capacities until you believe them deeply as fact…and by this way it s YOU. All that you are is in this schema.


Where non verbal communication does begins?


During the first (even phone) contact with your practitioner, all the words that you will use and all the things that you will told explain your state of mind and your mind thought way.

It’s important for the feedback language. By this way, it s easy to understand if you think by image, sound, taste, smell…

And for your brain wellness, the answer should be in the same channel as you.

Knowing if you are introvert or extrovert.

Do you think your glass is half empty or half full?


At the very first contact, your way to speak (low, loud…), to breath, eyes movements, how you sit, more on your left side or right side, words, language…

Everything in this gives keys to understand you deeply, and to answer you in your language.

For some it will be an inside talk before answering like self censorship out of your control.

The practitioner must have to study you very carefully, to speak like you, to breath like you, to move like you…to create empathy.

Some of your words are really like swords that cut links to open the doors of wellness.

These clues are the key used to create the first start to change.

Then, the second part of the moment become a mirroring state where you feel that your practitioner understand you really. That is the subtly mechanic of empathy, where sympathy has no place, and only understanding…nothing personal from him to you.


The Therapist is in a position where he knows…nothing!

So the patient uses his own way to explain everything he thinks.

And during this time, the leading period appears, he does something that the patient reproduces automatically…and here begin the suggestions. Your unconscious is ready to communicate and share too. A link is creating, like Morse code, and the brain is ready for working for non specific language.


Non specific language is the art of circumlocution, for example:

“Explain that you need something that help to talk with someone”

And this is a chair.









At this moment, the patient is in an altered state of mind. By the use of words the therapist can crate a levitation of the hand, means that the hand will hold up itself. This happens without order. A metaphoric speech only produces this fact. Remind the exercise of Mister ROSSI where a hand symbols the troubles and the other the solutions of them. The unconscious produce itself the phenomena and the two hands will meet themselves to end.


The client communicates without words and without ego censorship.

The reptilian brain do not understand the meaning of the “no” power.

It’s like a small six years old chid. Subtlety use words to give attention on over part for not understanding and confuse him.



In a hospital, a nurse needs to do a fix to a patient.

If she tells “be careful it will hurt”, she induces suffering by just suggesting it.

If she tells “how do you come here…how the weather is outside…”

She’s not suggesting anything.


For disable persons or oldest persons, they can learn dissociation with exercise of imagination (being here physically and the mind somewhere else), and their brain can locked the pain feelings.

Non verbal is here.

Building a metaphoric history that creates a lucid dreaming which is leading in the field of the unconscious just the time used to receive healing by a nurse (for example).


The breath is the motor of changes for wellness of the client, and also the language by using the five feelings in suggestions…


The most important is the illusion you give about a choice between two that is not a choice.



You tell someone that he can walk and turn on the right, or he can walk and turn on the left, or to end walk and go along…

What does he do? He walks and does a choice.

Never has he stopped, never he goes back.

He accepts to walk.

This type of language is the language for soluce.


To end i will say, Mister Erickson used to say:

“All your whole life you learned … and you can select in your memories, your hope, your dreams, your desires, and organise differently your knowledge in the spirit of your own wellness for yourself”.



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 The word "hypnosis" is officialy born in 1841 with the studies of the french Nancy's School with the leading of the Professor Hippolyte BERNHEIM.
He also created the word "psychotherapy" that means healing by hypnotic suggestion.
Hypnosis generate a naturel state of mind that is not spleeping.
The Ego is all the time aware of what happen during the exercise and still get the power to say "no".
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What are Positive Feelings?

Positive feelings are pleasant feelings that make you feel good mentally and physically. There are many positive feelings, but ones commonly experienced include:
  • Happiness
  • Confidence
  • Satisfaction
  • Compassion
  • Love
People who choose to think positive thoughts are often referred to as optimists. They don't run away from life's tough situations, but rather approach it in a far more productive, positive way.

Why Do You Need Positive Feelings?

Positive feelings motivate you to attain and achieve your dreams. They act as an inner guidance system, revealing what it is you are really thinking and want. They are the voice of your intuition, indicating you're on the right track with whatever you have chosen to do. Positive feelings also affect others around you: they make you more likable to others and improve your relationships, more often than not making the other person feel more positive too.

How Do Positive Feelings Affect your Wellbeing?

Recent scientific studies have shown positive thinking can directly benefit your health and well-being.
The daily, endless stream of self-talk inside your head is generally of a negative nature. These automatic thoughts often arise from misconceptions based on a lack of information. If you can learn to challenge these negative thoughts and make them positive, you will enjoy a host of mental and physical health benefits. Some of these may include:
  • Reduced overall stress levels
  • An increased lifespan
  • Increased immunity
  • Reduced risk of cardiovascular disease
  • Better coping skills.
Studies have also shown that positive people generally follow a healthier lifestyle, diet, are more active, smoke fewer cigarettes and drink less alcohol.

How Can You Create Positive Feelings?

Looking to get more positive? Please read on:
  • When negative thoughts come up, politely tell them to go away. You may choose to give you thoughts a name like Ego, so when they come up say to yourself "Go away Ego, I have no time for you right now".
  • Upon waking, creat your day. In as much detail as possible, see the day been carried out exactly as you would like it to happen.
  • Upon sleeping, mentally list the things from your day you are thankful for. Have at least five things, and of course there is no maximum.
  • Always re-affirm yourself that no matter what, you are doing the best you can with the information you have ta that moment, and that is enough.
  • During the day, think of happy memories and people you love.
  • When negative feelings towards another person creep up, such as anger or distrust, pause for moment, take a breath and mentally send that person unconditional love. You will be surprised how quickly their reaction turns around once you have killed it with kindness.
  • Distract yourself from unpleasant thoughts with a good book, happy music, inspiring quotes, a comedy show or anything else that may make you laugh.
  • Stay away from negative people or if you have to spend time with them, detach yourself from their negative headspace and think happy thoughts.
  • Consider meditation, which will help your mind slow down enough to filter the negative feelings and thoughts that may enter your mind.
  • Avoid watching the news, which is often deeply negative. This is especially true late at night when you take the negative events of the day into your dream state.
  • And lastly, understand and remember that EVERYTHING is about your attitude. As they say, it is no co-incidence that happy people lead happy lives!


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Before you look around, to see and say "I love you" ...

What is the first person you see in the morning?
No ... .. Y.O.U.
Start with the first person, "YOU".
By loving yourself you will learn to repect ...
The importance of this first look into yourself (without falling into the narcissism).
Love, in today's society has warped ... the beloved becomes an object property ... ...
What are the people you attract?
Do you still experience the same cyclic life couple?
By loving yourself you will realize your true self ... not the social mask.
By doing this, you will transform it better ... ... you become a magnet.
And the world around you ... will change its look at you too ..
There is no magic in love ... everyone is different ... the Supreme alchemy will be different every time ...
Do not miss the point ... keep a thread of you to another, too many differences appeal to you today but tomorrow you will grow back ...
By learning to love you ... you will love the other for what he / she really is .. you respect yourself as you can / follow this for other too ...
  Listening to you, your communication, you can listen to the other ... leave him/her a place in the communication ... and create an exchange that feeds on itself.
Use a game of this nature reserve to maintain your inner peace and you gradually awaken to love.
The more you love ...and you will inspire LOVE.
"Loving yourself is the beginning of a love story that will last a life time. " Oscar Wilde.

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The practice of hypnosis has officially existed since 1841 when the Scottish surgeon James Braid enacts the principle that another state of consciousness (EMC, altered state of consciousness).
In 1891 Professor Hyppolite BERNSTEIN coined the term "psychotherapy" which defines a technique for creating a language other state of consciousness in order to pass sentences directly to the brain. This altered state of consciousness allows the hypnotic suggestions to turn an unconscious mechanism of solution or distraction from pain.

With Professor Milton H Erickson, hypnosis is "Ericksonian."
During his youth he diligently observed her sisters and realizes that there are external signs to verbal language. They could say "yes" and body movements betrayed a "no" silent. This is the beginning of calibration, the detailed observation of the body and the famous non-verbal communication through body language.
Ericksonian Hypnosis considers the individual as unique, and this follows a tailored approach for each patient. This automatically excluded the theories about the ways of thinking and the standardization of the therapeutic method. The individual unconscious is the most requested because it is a vast reservoir of solutions compatible with the patient. The same unconscious expressed in nonverbal communication to bypass the traditional system of cognitive communication. The work is done in altered state of consciousness. This condition appears only after a lengthy rationalization verbal and nonverbal patient's vital signs by the practitioner.
Then in the 1950s emerged a new trend coming from the school called "Palo Alto"
bringing the "new hypnosis". These are additional technical suggestions where new concepts are developed in the sense that the language becomes more permissive in its expressions. It does not say "you get into such a place that is like this and you see it in such a color." Moreover, the notion of "brief therapy called" became synonymous with Ericksonian.
Parallel to this a comprehensive summary of everything that exists in the field is created through the neuro linguistiques (NLP) with Messrs Bandler and Grinder, theorizing the model and the perfect gesture to know to reproduce. Leading to identify the ills in the words or "hard to say" in sickness, in order to get the virtuous circle in which evil be installed, anchored, and self feeds. This represents only 70% of the starting technique.
EMDR is known within the 80 (or eye movement desensitization and reprocessing), but also from Ericksonian techniques. Your eyes communicate non-verbally when you speak.
Everything mentioned techniques for tracking real and efficient work on the unconscious, huge and untapped resource consciously as censored by the ego, the concept of what you are straight away and now.
This pre-supposes that depending on your environment you build a proper business conduct, which results in capacity, leading to values ​​or beliefs, forging your identity of the moment to finally generate a philosophy. The unconscious is that, simply put, effective immediately.
Unfortunately if the solution does not exist here, where she is?
In year 90, Olivier Lockert (Hypnotherapist and Teacher Ericksonian Hypnosis) reverses the model and creates the Ericksonian Hypnosis Humanist where this work is finally done extra ordinary state of consciousness (CES), and therefore more aware of ... This is similar the work called transpersonal, and the solution is in the exchange and evolution of the patient.

The nonverbal begins where?

During the first telephone contact terms used in your User oral explanation induce subliminal language your user registration information and your way of restitution. If you speak using words relating to "see" you're more visual, the sound of words and sounds you are hearing; words rather smell you smell; words directed buccal area you are tasting, or a good mixture of all the sensations you're kinesthetic. The answer that you can agree must be verbalized in the same mode of expression than the show. Your position also brings into the conversation whether you are introverted or extroverted, the glass is half full or half empty?

The first physical contact, the flow of your voice, your breathing, eye movements during dialogue, posture right or left, physical tics, tics of language ... all these gestures and words of benign sweat your daily "you" deep For some it goes through an internal dialogue before each response, a form of self censorship that your eyes show your knowledge. Same problems in pathology. The practitioner must observe you in depth to lock on you language, breathing, posture and another to create a real state of empathy.Sometimes some of your words sound like leitmotifs. This allows to know which way the tender exercise therapy.
Then pass a state exchange "mirror" where you are in a state of feeling that the practitioner understands. Warning empathy is a subtle mechanism of understanding without projection of oneself in another, or intellectualization of the pathology of the other.So this is not the sympathy which the person complains sincerely with all his heart the pain of the other in projecting them.
To establish that the practitioner is in the down position and he knows nothing. So zero projection of his life in the patient, and only uses the patient's pain through his words, or vice versa. Then comes the moment when the patient is gradually entering a state of acceptance of what the practitioner does or tells him, talking to him he makes her do things short and simple as the patient again mechanically. You scratch your nose, blink of the eye. Then the words used become constraints sprinkled into the conversation.Your unconscious has become ultra communicating because the simple subject, it validates directly. It creates a visual signal such as "walrus". It is the "signaling". Your brain is so close to the second phase of the exercise in non-specific language.

The non-specific is the art of paraphrasing so much to Molière in "the precious ridiculous." "Bring me the amenities of conversation? A chair of course. "
At this stage of the exercise, the patient is altered state of consciousness, the therapist through the use of adjectives related to the lightness suggest a levitation of the hand (the hand that rises automatically). This is done without specifying which, without saying "the hand rises" is a metaphor. Only the unconscious knows exercise. In an exercise called the method of Rossi, the right hand will rise to certain problems, left to offer solutions, they can join, or when communicating on each metaphor or solutions. The patient communicates in nonverbal and unbeknownst to itself, allowing the therapist to know where is the work of solution. Just as each question asked by the therapist, the subconscious responds.

During treatment, the language used should be as neutral as light, as positive as possible. Above all, never say "I'll hurt you" or "it does not hurt." Why?
The reptilian brain does not understand the denial, and receives information as a child of six years. The subtle nonverbal is to divert attention to another area which is not solicited. Example in the case of a bite on his right arm, bring attention to the other arm.To relieve pain, try to put them into a pleasant memory in the subject. All these techniques can effectively act without giving a direct order.
Among the disabled and the elderly, exercise imaginations of gender dissociation (be here physically and mentally elsewhere) can cause the brain to disconnect pain centers.
The nonverbal is present.
It does not say "you have more or less badly hurt." Only the construction of a story, a tale brings a dream tour to the door of the unconscious, the time needed to provide care.Breathing in these exercises is driving the development of well-being. Imagination guided by the therapist through the language of the senses creates the rest.
The bottom left to read between the lines to communicate with the unconscious.
Give an illusory choice between two similar things that invalidates the negative, "you have the choice between getting up to go to coffee or getting up to look out the window."The choice to stay in bed is evacuated. You wake up.
Speaking otherwise, the person who says "I can not walk" ... should be required to say "I'm sitting and I can see, hear, taste, talk ...." They are reframing that disarm the evil being.
In conclusion, I quote Mr. Milton Erickson:
"All your life you learned ... and you can sort through your memories, your hopes,
your expectations and desires, and organize your learning differently so that this new organization to serve your evolution and your well-being "

Dimitri BULAN Hypnotherapist Practitioner.

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11 mai 2011 3 11 /05 /mai /2011 11:27

Le Parisien said in brief that

" Facebook andhis famous band of "friends" can cause asthma attacks caused by stress of theconnection in people weakened. "The newspaper recounts an Italian study published in the Lancet, whose authors' describe a young man of 18 suddenly prone to asthma attacks during the summer. His mother questioned and discovered that depressed afterbreaking up with his girlfriend who was removed from its list of "friends". ""Taking a newnickname, the young man managed to become her"friend "on Facebook. [...] Intrigued,doctors note when he made ​​a connection with each new crisis, "says Le Parisien. The news paper notes that "following advice from a psychologist, the boy decided not to goon Facebook and her asthma has disappeared. "

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