A transformative approach comes with the phrase “you suffer too much, you need to change,” that is, “we accept you, but we worry that you suffer so much.” It can bring about the freedom needed for more effective experimentation of the environment, strengthening bonds with more functional beliefs and, most importantly, extinguishing reserves that can be maintained and will sustain a relapse.
Several religions, including Catholicism, Hinduism, and Umbanda, recognize in food and food a spiritual relationship and communion with life, with equals and with the divine.
Each one is each one. And therefore I cannot assume that the other understood as I would expect, much less demand that he do so. It is not possible to standardize the human from the midline.
We pass through life and, as you may have read in other posts, learns how to solve life’s problems or events by developing a repertoire that, with greater or less assertiveness, allows us to continue playing the game of life. Anyway, everyone has some experience and everyone has some wisdom facing life, developed along theRead more about Observations about coaching[…]
Life is a very dop process and living is very cool !!! Often, to live is inexplicable, but it is always very dop and very cool !!! Life is not a watertight process. Although it has a beginning, middle, and end, life is a continuous, fluid and unpredictable process (we don’t know when the journeyRead more about To live: complexities and successes!![…]
Jumping out of the window, facing the pavement in front of the building, is more than a desperate act. In fact, it is much more than a call for help. In fact, it is much, much more than being alone, helpless, unloved or anything that counts.
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leia aqui em português. The cognitive conceptualization, or cognitive map, is an evaluation tool focused on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. It is a strategy of understanding the cognitive processes, which allows, in an objective, organized and didactic way, to define more assertive strategies for the therapeutic process. By practice, and also by the influence of theRead more about Cognitive conceptualization[…]
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