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How Important Is Critical Illness Cover?

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by tonyhall How Important Is Critical Illness Cover? As much as possible, people do not want to talk about life insurance because sickness, accidents and death are associated with it. Nobody wishes to get sick or be dead, right? But don’t you think that it is a necessity? Well, I think it is. For instance, if you get sick with a serious disease, you will be drained physically, mentally, psychologically and even financially. This is usually the case and this is what life insurance with critical illness cover would like to address.What most people have in mind is that their families will be fine after they die. You might also have that kind of thinking, but what about if you get…. Click Here to Read More


An Overview Of Critical Illness Insurance

An Overview Of Critical Illness Insurance Every person who doesn’t want to be overcome from the financial burden caused by extensive medical bills due to a serious illness must get critical illness insurance. This type of insurance helps you to get financial aid if you encounter some serious illness such as cancer in your life. Since treatment of critical illnesses requires a lot of money, many people fail to manage the financial obligations on their own. As a result, they become dependent on others or look for loans at high interest rates to cover the finances involved in their treatment.If you undergo a serious disease and do not have the financial resources to manage it, the…. Click Here to Read More


Reincarnation and Psychology

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by tonyhall Reincarnation and Psychology Let me say, straight away, I am interested in investigating Reincarnation, which may give me something of a bias. Be that as it may, the other day I was listening to a video interview with Philosophy professor, Dr. Robert Almeder, of Georgia State University; he was interested in the scientific validity of the work of Dr. Ian Stevenson. His comment was as follows:”Human personality, as we know it, cannot be adequately understood in terms of classical, standard Psychology, which works on a purely materialistic basis; in other words, to explain human behaviour, why people do what they do, on a purely materialistic model, which we typically do,…. Click Here to Read More


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What Is the Rational Basis of Mental Illnesses?

What Is the Rational Basis of Mental Illnesses? In the article “What is the origin of Wants and Desires?” it has been pointed out that many of our motivations or wants and desires are beyond biological needs and can only be explained on the basis of universal instinct to exist, evolve and diversify.But even that is not enough. Besides being a part of a universal scheme, we all exist as individuals or discrete entities having unitary organization, in a state of dynamic equilibrium aimed at keeping our identity and integrity and meeting our goals and objectives. Besides this, a desire for self-expression and self-realization lurks deep inside every individual inspired by the…. Click Here to Read More


Physical Therapy Through Ballroom Dance

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by Psychology Pictures Physical Therapy Through Ballroom Dance Physical therapy can offer life-changing treatment for individuals who have suffered accidents, are living with degenerative diseases, or are recovering after surgical interventions. Traditional treatments are performed in controlled environments with proven techniques that are administered by trained practitioners. Dance therapy is not a new idea, but ballroom dance has become particularly accessible after having enjoyed a renaissance of recognition through popular shows like Dancing with the Stars. According to a scientific review of several trials, the physical and psychological effects of therapeutic movement and…. Click Here to Read More


The Psychology of Torture

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by tonyhall The Psychology of Torture There is one place in which one’s privacy, intimacy, integrity and inviolability are guaranteed – one’s body, a unique temple and a familiar territory of sensa and personal history. The torturer invades, defiles and desecrates this shrine. He does so publicly, deliberately, repeatedly and, often, sadistically and sexually, with undisguised pleasure. Hence the all-pervasive, long-lasting, and, frequently, irreversible effects and outcomes of torture.In a way, the torture victim’s own body is rendered his worse enemy. It is corporeal agony that compels the sufferer to mutate, his identity to fragment, his ideals and principles to crumble. The body…. Click Here to Read More


Emotions and Health: What You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Emotional and Physical Health

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by tonyhall Emotions and Health: What You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Emotional and Physical Health For many years conventional medicine has believed that our genetics are the primary cause of our physical health. In the 1990s, however, scientific research found that our emotions play at least an equal or possibly even a greater role in determining whether we will be faced with illnesses like heart disease, cancer, diabetes, fibromyalgia, obesity, alcoholism, fractures or chronic pain.How Unresolved Emotions Affect Your HealthOne of the best research studies available involving the effect of emotions on physical health is the ACE study, which was conducted by the Federal…. Click Here to Read More


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Discover the Emotional and Physical Symptoms of Anxiety and Stress

Discover the Emotional and Physical Symptoms of Anxiety and Stress Many people are interested in learning all about the emotional and physical symptoms of anxiety and stress. However, we would be remiss if we did not state that almost everyone now and then experience feelings of anxiety, stress, and worries.For example, anxiety could be brought on by a job interview, mid-term exam, or relocating to a new home. Needless to say, it would be normal to experience feelings of nervousness, dread, or apprehension, and most of the time these feelings are a perfectly normal response to stress. More specifically, anxiety is usually a normal response to a situation which appears threatening or…. Click Here to Read More


The Emotionally and Psychologically Abusive Relationship – 5 Signs to Look For

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by Internet Archive Book Images The Emotionally and Psychologically Abusive Relationship – 5 Signs to Look For Relationships have challenges even when they are between two healthy, well balanced people and there is a healthy dynamic between the two individuals. If one partner is emotionally or psychologically abusive toward the other, however, it can become a very hurtful situation for the victimized partner. Often, the victim does not even realize that the abuse is taking place. The victim may believe that he or she is the problem, that it is defects in his or her character, or inferiority, or even mental illness that is the culprit. It is what the abuser has convinced the victim…. Click Here to Read More


Psychological Terrorisation

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by Internet Archive Book Images Psychological Terrorisation Any reasonable understanding of workplace bullying carries with it the idea of continuance. Bullying is ongoing and violent, and can be physical, psychological or verbal. Bullying is something that is personalised, and the associated behaviour exercises power over another individual who is powerless to make any kind of effective defense. It also results in feelings of isolation and robs the victims of their self-confidence, not to overlook being made to feel inferior. Bullying makes people ill.The concept of “psychological terrorisation” is understood as “mental torture,” and is suitable as a model for understanding…. Click Here to Read More


Lastest Psychology Of Physical Illness News

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Image from page 286 of “The Journal of nervous and mental disease” (1874) Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: journalofnervous49ameruoft Title: The Journal of nervous and mental disease Year: 1874 (1870s) Authors: American Neurological Association Subjects: Nervous system Psychology, Pathological Publisher: Baltimore Williams & Wilkins Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before…. Click Here to Read More


How to Tell People About Your Life and How You Can’t Work Due to Chronic Invisible Illness

How to Tell People About Your Life and How You Can’t Work Due to Chronic Invisible Illness This discussion comes up every time someone asks you “What do you do” or every time a person with invisible illness describes his or her life.The conversation often becomes weird and strained, but that’s to be expected, given that the person’s real illness is not being recognized.For example, imagine a cancer patient if cancer were not recognized as a “real disease” and people kept asking why the person had lost his or her hair and was falling behind at work. Imagine someone with type 1 diabetes who was told they just needed to drink less water and they would be fine.Injustices of this sort…. Click Here to Read More


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