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Walking through a bad situation is not easy, but gets better with practice. Tells you that the first few times are disastrous.
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You have 70,000 thoughts in a day. That's 70,000 chances to get this right.
You likely exercise your body, but do you know how to exercise your mind?
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Feel the burn? Too many of us are saying, No thanks.
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Are you happier when you're single? New research may suggest why.
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Things are rarely as bad as you think, especially if you can change your thinking.
Research-based strength training for your emotions.
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I need a youth's version of this, with examples set for non-driving, young teens. The tools are the same but if the examples aren't applicable they won't internalize it. 
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Dear PT, have you written any articles lately showing the link between the psychopathology of mass murdering/suicidal depression induced terrorism (which is increasing daily around the world), and the sadistic systematic religious, ritual and routine procedure of causing sexual shock, trauma, assault, and mutilation to the undeveloped brains of girls and boys, as infants and children, by cutting off their undeveloped exterior reproductive organ parts, called the prepuce, that neurologically functions to cause and send sexual arousal signals back to the reproductive parts of our brains when physically stimulated.

Studies show that the extreme shock, trauma, and pain from routine infant sexual shock, such as rape and unnecessary circumcisions/sexual reassignment surgeries, causes catatonic shock trauma to the infants undeveloped brain leading to coma, amnesia, and the stunting of the development and atrophy to our amygdala and hippocampus, resulting in paranoid delusional thought processes developing after puberty.

This would help many people with religious indoctrination syndromes, such as cognitive dissonance, to understand why they have psychotic rage against, and want to kill people who are different, leading to increased sexism, racism, psychotic superiority complexes, extreme greed, sociopathology, apathy, and mass murder/suicidal depression, everything that's wrong with humanity.

Other studies show that the physical damage resulting from circumcision on men causes the permanently exposed glans to become keratinized, calloused, desensitised, rough and dried out, leading to increased time and friction to the women. Excessive, rough, dry sex causes vaginal erosion leading to the physical and psychological dysfunctions of painful intercourse and dyspareunia to the wives of circumcised men, increasing the rates of cheating and divorce, as well.

As a result, humanity is suffering from a triple whammy of spiritual, psychological and physical dysfunctions, leading us to the brinks of extinction at our own hands.
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When was the last time you were so focused that time stood still?
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1. Clear mental clutter.
2. Build yourself a fortress against interruption.
3. Prepare your brain to go into a deep state of focus.
....Have a small snack. Concentration is very taxing for our brain energy-wise. Research shows that our focus and stamina tend to improve when our blood sugar is on the rise. 
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We all have at least one of these hidden skills.
When it comes to reading people and sending signals, what's your strength?
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When you're struggling, the right words can rescue you but the wrong ones can sink you.
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