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What Determines your Pain Threshold?

The ability to handle pain or discomfort is a combination of many factors such as; Perception, Upbringing, Experience, Sincerity, and Expectations. By perception, I mean how people interpret events of their lives. If you perceive an event to be bad or that it should not have happened, you may have a hard time admitting that […]

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HOW TO HANDLE HURT WITHOUT GETTING HURT

One of the questions people ask is, “If I am in a state of shame, misery and hopelessness, how can I turn it around?”

Acceptance is a state of non-resistance. It is coming to terms with what ‘is’. Do not try to deny it, like you are in a trance or something. Do not blame yourself like it was all your fault; like you could have done something to prevent it from happening.

“…The hurt is there. It’s how we handle it that makes the difference.”

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DEPRESSION AND SUICIDE: WHAT IS THE WAY OUT?

According to WHO, one person dies every 40 seconds due to suicide; this amounts to about 800,000 deaths annually. Another report also shows that men are three times more likely to attempt suicide than women. There have been debates whether it is a mental illness, a morally wrong action, or a religious question. However we […]

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There are no insignificant persons

ACHIEVE MORE … Ever Seen An Insignificant Human? We live at a time when class is everything. There are first-class, business-class, economic-class, pako-class and no-class citizens. The higher up the ladder you are, the more attention you get, and the more ‘significant’ you are made to believe you are (until you drop off that class!) […]

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