HEALTHY HABITS THAT CAN CHANGE YOUR LIFE https://youtu.be/Bl-FbiAOrHY If you want to be more productive, happy and organized. Keep reading! This habits will definitely change your life. Here are some helpful steps you can take along the way: Early Rise Try getting up earlier, it helps you to get a lot done within your day … Continue reading 10 HEALTHY HABITS THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE
By Dr. Perry, PhD
“Adopting the right attitude can convert a negative stress into a positive one.” ~Hans Selye
Sublimation is a subconscious psychological defense mechanism whereby we take a negative impulse and channel it into a positive behavior. This is similar to displacement (click here to refer to my earlier post on displacement) but instead of taking a negative impulse, such as aggression towards one’s boss, and displacing that negative feeling onto an innocent third party such as your husband or wife, we take the initial socially unacceptable impulse and direct it towards a positive action. We seek a positive alternative form of fulfillment for the initial destructive urge. According to Freud, the strength of the negative urge would define the strength of the positive outcome.
Our initial impulses can be subconsciously directed into a number of different areas. Here are some ways that we can engage in sublimation.
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Do you really know what you mean when you say that you are going for a more “natural look” with your fashion? The term is generally thought to be positive, but even industry experts haven’t really dealt with this fact – nature basically changes its chic whenever it wants.
Every three months, a new season brings in a new look. Over a number of years, nature can change even the most pristine man-made paradise back into a beautiful jungle of asymmetry and wildlife. Over eons, our planet has changed from a volcano into an icebox into a greenhouse.
Why then, do we ever look for a static fashion?
The only ecosystems that work in nature are the ones that are in a constant state of flux. They respond to their surroundings. They migrate seamlessly with new forces entering the area. Change is met with acceptance, not resistance. Nothing seems forced –…
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