World Suicide Prevention Day is an annual event and come around this year on 10th September. Organizations such as the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) and World Health Organization (WHO) play a key role in promoting this event.
The main aims include the:
I have many people say to me that they "hope things will change".!!!! What they soon realise is that the only way things will change is when they change them themselves. Take the control back.
Plan your journey, plan to succeed, plan for what you do want !!!!!
It does not have to be this way.
People that I meet attribute the cause of their current fears, regrets and limitations to events and experiences outside of their direct control. They explain their condition as caused by some past event, an unchangeable factor or some experience that they have been through. They look at these events that they have experienced and give control to them. It is in this way that they make themselves victims and prevent themselves from getting over the experience. (Meta Reflections 2011)
The truth about causation is that they are the cause of their experience of reality. Reality is what it is and your experience of it results from how you represent it, the meanings you give to it, the beliefs that you develop about it and you use these to explain it to yourself and others.
We do not deal with reality as it is but as filtered through our model of the world.
What really causes addiction — to everything from cocaine to smart-phones? And how can we overcome it?
Go to the link below as listen to Johann Hari wonder why we treat addicts the way we do — and if there might be a better way.
What really causes addiction ?
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Who famously said that talking therapies is all about turning Hysterical Misery into ordinary human unhappiness?
Mental illness frequently starts in childhood and the teenage years. The ages 14–18 are particularly vulnerable times when young people are both more susceptible to mental illness, going through physiological change, and is making important transitions in their education.
Are these recongisable symptoms/behaviors:
Were you ever taught to handle your emotional states?
Were you ever taught "how to think"?
Have you quit because you used E-Cigarettes?
Do you use E-Cigarettes because they are believed to be healthy?
"Stress" is described as normal responses in the body that are required for health and survival.
Understanding the responses between mind and body during stressful periods may provide insight in to the underlying cause of IBS.
Stress can arise from a perceived or actual event that disrupts the balance between mind, brain, and body.
Stress can occur with or without having conscious feelings of anxiety or distress.
To understand IBS it's important to recognize that this condition can be manifested in a response to internal and/or external stressors.
Stress is NOT something that happens to us.
It is our RESPONSE to what is happening or what has happened.
We can CHOOSE how to respond at any moment.
The Law of Requisite Variety is a presupposition of NLP. It states that the person with the most choices and flexibility of behaviour will control their life. It is also the first law of Cybernetics.
The person or team with the greatest amount of flexibility of behaviour will have the most influence on their choices. That basically means that the more choices you have, the more freedom you will feel and the better quality of life they can have.
Personal development is key to your success both in your personal life and business life. Hypnotherapy for Change aim to inspire happiness and growth through personal development.
Are you waiting for something to happen ?
Someone said to me last week that " I am tired of waiting for something to happen that I know will never happen"
Is that what you have been doing?
Don't wait for things to happen ... MAKE THEM HAPPEN !!!
Take the initiative, take control, what have you got to lose.
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Analyses show that the intention to try to stop smoking was dependent not only on the perceived health benefit, but also on the subjects" confidence that they would succeed if they tried to stop.
As predicted by Weiner's [(1979). J . Educ. P s y c h o l . 71: 3-25] model of achievement motivation, those who attributed other smokers' failures at quitting to stable factors had lower expectancy of success, as had those who saw themselves as more addicted. When the follow-up data are considered, reported attempts at quitting were strongly related to previously declared intentions, and reported abstinence was related to previous confidence (expectancy of success) and perceived addiction.
Eiser and Sutton (1977) have argued that the decision facing the would-be quitter is not whether
to smoke or quit but whether to smoke or "try" to quit. The perceived consequences of quitting will not be the same as those of "trying" to quit if the smoker thinks that any such attempt is unlikely to succeed. Confidence, or what Bandura (1977) would call "self-efficacy," is thus a crucial mediating variable.
I am a specialist consultant in Clinical and Analytical Hypnotherapy and a Master NLP Practitioner based in Largs, North Ayrshire on the West coast of Scotland since 1999.