Breathing is undoubtedly essential for the body and mind. It is very often given importance in terms of the balance of an organism for its physical and mental wellbeing. However, the question that can generally be asked is what happens when there is not enough oxygen intake.
Before we get to the main idea it is useful to explain what a tumour is. On average between 222 and 242 billion cells are produced in the body every day and every cell has a life expectancy of up to 120 days. Every cell is ultimately replaced with a new one. It may now be interesting to mention that the human body contains approximately 37.2 trillion cells.
There might be some unrecognized emotion that runs somewhere in the background of our minds. A logical question would be what that emotion is. Well, for now it is more important to know what happens when the thought process marks this emotion incorrectly as the source of new self-identification.
Perhaps no one would expect that multiculturalism is something that can be linked to hypnotherapy, but to be able to understand what is hidden in the meaning we need to ask how hypnotherapy can be beneficial in searching for bridges between cultures.
Surely at least once in your life, you’ve had anxiety. An unmanageable feeling of being immersed, knowing that there is no other choice. Is it really true that you don’t have any other choice? There are always choices, but uncomfortable feelings do not allow us the opportunity to see them.
Let’s dig a little bit deeper into this topic, how this is influential for an individual. Let’s go back to the moment when the individual is bullied. The question is what motivates somebody to bully.
In the previous article ‘The Psychological Elements of Bullying’ I wrote about motives that can lead to bullying. Now we need to explore more behavioural patterns that are explained as the drama triangle of which the author is Dr Stephen Karpman.
In the previous article “The Circumstances of a Bullying individual” I stated that there are ways how the teacher can prevent bullying. Now let’s take a glimpse at the scenario from a child’s perspective.
Lack of self-esteem is a subject of therapy quite often. At a glance, there are a variety of reasons for lacking self-esteem. To be able to go further we have to know the definition. In short, self-esteem is a sense of personal worth and ability that is fundamental to an individual’s identity.