Kidney Diseases Have Bad Impact on Sex Life

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by dbking Kidney Diseases Have Bad Impact on Sex Life Kidney diseases can adversely affect your sex life by decreasing sexual interest and ability. There are a variety of factors that contribute to this including chemical and physical changes and medication which impinge on sexual function.The body undergoes chemical changes when it is afflicted with a kidney disease which affects hormones, circulation, energy level and nerve function. Meanwhile, physical changes may also make kidney patients feel less sexually attractive. For example, steroids cause water retention resulting to weight gain, acne and hair growth or loss. Surgical scars can also make patients insecure about their…. Click Here to Read More


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Living the Alpha Male Life – That’s What You Got To Do!

Physiological Aspects

by NASA on The Commons Living the Alpha Male Life – That’s What You Got To Do! Like it or not, the world that we live in has become way too over effeminate. Obviously, it’s bound to get a man get down on himself. Feeling down right low is different, but having to get down within the dating marketing place is a whole other depressive story, right men? Be it stupid rituals, or pointless fashion, hoop jumping, political correctness, an existence that is approved only by an 8-to-6-corporate-PR or perhaps even so-called modern-day politeness – it looks as if the world at times focuses on getting us men down!But, You Are Alpha Male Stock, So Buck Up! Give it a logical thought, get those…. Click Here to Read More


In My Former Life I Was a Diener

Pathologies

by bc the path In My Former Life I Was a Diener In my former life, I was a diener. What exactly is a deiner, you may wonder? It is one of the vilest degrading jobs any one could have. Actually the word deiner is German for servant, but in the context of my life, I was an attendant in the morgue. I would weigh the organs as they were removed from the body during an autopsy and do whatever else the pathologist told me to do.Did this experience toughen me up a bit? Of course it did. I still enjoy watching shows regarding autopsies and medical traumas. In fact, my favorite shows on television are House, E.R., Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice and other similar shows. Do I think it warped…. Click Here to Read More


Life Cycle Marketing Philosophy and Strategy

Philosophy of Psychology

by h.koppdelaney Life Cycle Marketing Philosophy and Strategy Why Use Life-Cycle Marketing?For many companies, the current recession has made one fact abundantly clear: Doing business the same old way simply will not work. Old methods of sales and marketing are too inefficient, too costly, and they may be a risk to the business itself. Postponing a change in marketing strategy one more year is no longer an option. Web, Direct Mail, Email, Social Media, traditional, and digital advertising must all be in a business’ marketing strategy. Simply stated: Life-Cycle Marketing ensures businesses get the right message, to the right person, using the right media, at exactly the right…. Click Here to Read More


How to Transform Your Personality and Change Your Philosophy of Life

Philosophy of Psychology

by h.koppdelaney How to Transform Your Personality and Change Your Philosophy of Life The meaning of the most important dream symbols was discovered by Carl Jung after arduous research and many comparisons. I could discover the meaning of more dream symbols because I continued his research. Today you can clearly understand the dream language and immediately decipher the wise unconscious messages.For example, when you have a dream about playing guitar or singing, this means that you will feel happy for some reason. However, if you’ll see yourself flying in the air as if you were a bird, this dream has a negative meaning. It doesn’t mean that you will become superior or feel free. It…. Click Here to Read More


Reducing the Psychological Impact Felt Later in Life From Child Abuse

Cognitive Psychology

by Western Reducing the Psychological Impact Felt Later in Life From Child Abuse What happens in our childhood for most of us is largely forgotten by the time we reach early middle age. We forget either because we just do, or because we screen it out. Fortunately, we can be encouraged professionally to recall much of it comparatively easily, if we wish to.It is now better understood how children learn to pattern themselves mentally and emotionally from an early age. The way individual children achieve this varies widely. Many of them form patterns of behaviour and set up emotional defences to enable them to cope with life in their family.The stimuli for this harmful process can be…. Click Here to Read More


4 Easy Ways to Live a Happier Life – Positive Psychology

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by Will Lion 4 Easy Ways to Live a Happier Life – Positive Psychology I am a huge fan of Positive Psychology and the study of happiness, something you’ll will be hearing about more and more in the news. The reason I want to share this with you is because there’s some really great information you can use in your life to positively impact you and your family. The European Network for Positive Psychology describes it as researching optional functioning, moving towards what is right, rather than traditional pathology orientation of what is wrong (Pointon, 2006). The emphasis of Positive Psychology is to move towards happiness, affecting physical well-being, decreasing symptoms,…. Click Here to Read More


Mental Illness – A Carers Life Can Be One of Turmoil

Mental Illness

by Darron Birgenheier Mental Illness – A Carers Life Can Be One of Turmoil “My Life Is In Turmoil! How Am I Going To Cope?”These were the first thoughts that crossed my mind when my son was admitted to a mental health ward for the first time 12 years ago. Let me give you a quick insight as to how I had come to these thoughts before I explain more about the first visit.He had been displaying some very odd signs but we thought that maybe he had been taking some drugs and that was the result.He had not slept for several days apparently (he was not living at home at the time) and I did not realise the severity of these signs until a couple of times within two days he went out in his…. Click Here to Read More


The Psychology of Selling

Why Psychology is Important in Daily Life – Steps, Tips and Solutions

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by GollyGforce – Living My Worst Nightmare Why Psychology is Important in Daily Life – Steps, Tips and Solutions The word psychology is derived from the Greek word psyche which means ‘soul’ or ‘mind’ and logia meaning “Study of”. Psychology is applied in studying the human mind and behavior. Research in psychology is used to understand and explain thought, emotion, and behavior.Psychology is a vast field which covers all aspects of the human knowledge – from the functions of the brain to the surroundings in which humans and animals develop; from child growth to aging. Psychology is a science based on a large body of social science and behavioral science research and, which is…. Click Here to Read More


The Psychology of Selling

Cognitive Dissonance Or American Life in the 21st Century

Cognitive Psychology

by W&M Libraries Cognitive Dissonance Or American Life in the 21st Century Cognitive Dissonance is the accepted psychological term for the uncomfortable feeling one gets when simultaneously holding two conflicting ideas in one’s mind. When people’s ideas and behaviors are consistent with each other, there is peace and harmony. But when ideas or beliefs clash with behavior or facts, there is usually some emotional reaction. The reaction could be anger, embarrassment, guilt, shame, stress or some other form of emotional discomfort…especially if you get caught in the midst of your conflicting behavior.Examples of day-to-day Cognitive Dissonance could be:o Driving 75 in a 55 mph zone…. Click Here to Read More


Spiritual Life Coaching – Exploring the Higher Senses

Parapsychology

by Internet Archive Book Images Spiritual Life Coaching – Exploring the Higher Senses Our five senses are designed for pleasure. But when you believe that your five senses are the only reality, that your sense of smell, tastes, sight, hearing, and touch is all there is, you are limiting yourself from experiencing a much larger world. The mystical realm involves tuning into the higher six senses: clairaudience (hearing), clairsentience (feeling, touching), clairvoyance (seeing), claircognizance (knowing), clairalience (smelling), and clairgustance (tasting).According to polls conducted by the U.S. Parapsychological Association, there has been a rise of belief from amongst the general…. Click Here to Read More


Yojokun: Life Lessons from a Samurai

Yojokun: Life Lessons from a Samurai The dawn of the 17th century saw peace descend on Japan. With the value of their martial skills on the decline, the samurai sought new spiritual, moral, psychological, and physical moorings. Tsunetomo Yamamoto, author of the now-classic Hagakure, combined a Confucian sense of justice with a Zen-influenced abandonment of the ego to espouse loyalty and death as paramount qualities of the samurai’s calling. Kaibara Ekiken (16301714), a samurai physician with philosophical and Buddhist leanings, took the opposite approach. He sought ways for a healthier, more rewarding life. In his Yojokun: Life Lessons from a Samurai, he collected six decades of study…. Click Here to Read More


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