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Daniel Midson-Short

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Planning your future based on ‘realistic fiction’ is a trap. It is the mediocre version of who you are. A set of fake limitations that you choose to abide by, simply because other people do.

The world is as big, as open, as exciting as you choose it to be.
As we grow up, ‘realistic fiction’ starts to take hold. Instead of dreaming big, of seeing huge possibilities, we start to see smaller, more ‘realistic’ versions of the future in front of us. Inst…
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+Chris McGregor I feel you Chris, and I appreciate your persepctive. I love that you are content with your current position, and feeling in sync. Your comments are great and I really value the way you see things differently. Cheers, DMS

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Artem Zavyalov

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Discover the fundamentals of self-discipline with this FREE 10-day email course! They'll deliver a lesson a day right to your inbox every morning.

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If you want to achieve success in any walk of life, self-discipline is an essential skill you must develop to be able to stick to your goals despite...
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Manny Calderari

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Throughout the evolution of cars, today, are they still perceived as ‘sexy hot cool’ comparable to yester-years? Or has the appeal been lost due to hyper-laden costs of gas oil maintenance liabilities & insurance?  
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+TrustInJesus111 I make soap too, but I have only hand-molded it. Good for you!
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Melissa Ella

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We struggle with insecurity because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else’s highlight reel. Here are 9 mindful social media practices that will make you a happier person 
“The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone el
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Hanan Parvez

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Our mind works very much like Google. When you enter a keyword in the Google search box, everything related to that keyword shows up in the search results. Similarly, when you feel bad due to some reason, your mind scans your life for every other possible reason that can make you feel bad.
The major reason behind experiencing a bad mood is either facing a new life problem or encountering something that reminds you of an alread...
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Well spoken
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sara sikander

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Hello everyone!!! Can anyone please fill me in about what alexithymia actually is and if there is any cure for that? 
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Well there us go then +sara sikander​​ :)

I suspect you may get more actual useful information from my links. :)
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Venu K

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Here's how people judge you based on your face

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Patrick Zeis

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Perceptions can greatly limit our ability to find happiness, but they can also help us find meaning out of difficult situations and circumstances. Fortunately, each of has the ability to shape our perceptions in a way that increases our levels of life-satisfaction.

#quote #psychology #perceptions #brain #cognition #wisewords #lifelessons
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Part of what encompasses cognition is memory and judgement, therefore from the view of psychologists it would be nearly impossible to have cognitions without having conditioned responses. Again, I do agree with the idea of a higher truth and understand what you are getting at, but "Truth is cognition of our existence without a conditioned mind," is a perception about what truth is that is based upon your knowledge and experiences. Not everyone would agree with you, and with absolute certainty you couldn't say that is factual.
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Gina Yingyang

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IQ improvement through laughter!
[The meeting place for intelligent people age 9 to 99+] Founded on the first of July, 2016 by Gazmend Ceno
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I, absolutely agree, thanks for sharing. Marlinda Flowers
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Jordan Fallis

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Chronic stress is killer. It broke me down over the years and led me to deep depression. Getting a handle on it has been critical to my recovery. But it took me a while to figure out what works. And I’d rather not see other people struggle and frantically look for solutions. So I’ve gathered some of my favourites for you.
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Dr Jay Watts

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I have written a new piece 'Borderline Personality Disorder - A Diagnosis Of Invalidation'. This diagnosis is not only unscientific, but deeply damaging for so many, a large percentage of whom are survivors of abuse, trauma and neglect. Is the situation as bad as it is in the UK? Will you help share the message through google+ and 'likes' on Facebook - it is helping many survivors realise many of realise trauma is so often central. Thank you. 
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I know it's horrendous
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Carlos Paredes

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Dr. Nicholas Jenner answers your questions about Inner Child Therapy and how it is used to effectively deal with many issues from childhood and dysfunctional attachment to caregivers. For More Info: www.freefromcodependency.wordpress.com
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john preece

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Do you agree that the compulsive prejudices promoted by racial discrimination, religious intolerance and nationalistic xenophobia are the prime causes of outstanding sociological dysfunction?
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Well said! 
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Debbie Charles

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+Michelle Marie
Run for the Hills; Lol
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Carlo Casanova

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¿Te cuesta entender a las personas que tienes a tu alrededor? ¿Alguien que amas o estimas tiene un problema y no sabes como poder ayudarlo? Existe una herramienta que es la empatía, que no es ni más ni menos que ver la vida con los ojos de la persona que tenemos delante y sentir con sus mismo sentimientos. Descubre en este nuevo vídeo claves para desarrollar y fortalecer tu empatía y ser una persona valiosa.

Compartiendo mi vídeo, suscribiéndote a mi canal y dándole a Like me haces un gran favor y me ayudas a seguir haciendo vídeos sobre esta temática.

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Jeffrey Rubin

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There are experts in mental health that view mental illnesses as brain diseases. Are they right? http://www.frominsultstorespect.com/2016/09/27/are-mental-illnesses-really-brain-diseases/
In an article titled “The Roots of Mental Illness,” the author, Kirsten Weir, tells us about Eric Kandel, MD, who believes that the experiences that doctors refer to as mental illnesses…
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We see the effect of consciousness in the brain.  Thus, when we are messed up mentally it's happening logically prior to our brain or demons are attacking us.
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Daniel Midson-Short

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I believe there is a 'conspiracy of normal'.



We watch other people doing what they do and we figure we should emulate them. We try our best to be like them, and meanwhile they do their best to be like us.

In the end, nobody becomes their true unique self because they are trying to act like the ‘normal’ they presume others are.

As people living in a shared world, we have this strange perception that there is some state of being out there in which ‘most people’ exist happily. We label this state as ‘normal’.

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If everybody mirrors everybody, then we will be forever be trapped....so, step out and make a difference.
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