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Job search and how to deal with psychological consequences

Job search and how to deal with psychological consequences Looking for a job can be draining, frustrating, especially if you are person with disability.There are couple misconceptions that make this process even more demanding. First, we believe that getting job it should be easy and fast. Second, it must there be wrong something with me …

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Aggression

Aggression Word aggression comes from Latin ad- gredere, to go towards the other.Opposite is re- gredere, to draw back, to go backwards.It can be similar to pro- gredere, to progress, to go forward. When people hear word aggression, for most of them, negative thoughts automatically come to our mind. People imagine fights, swearing, noise and …

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Self-Esteem

Self-Esteem “The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.” ― C.G. Jung Most of us experienced low self-esteem sometimes in the life. It can be acute, because of some professional, emotional, personal situation that we consider as a failure, it can be consequence of abuse, or can be chronicle state by adopting negative beliefs …

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Meditation

Meditation Do you know that during 24 hours, human brain processes up to 70 thousands thoughts, even while you are sleeping? Every day consists from 84.600 seconds which means that every 1.2 seconds your brain processes new thought. Overthinking = is a stage when people think too much about something, when analyzing something in a …

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