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Here you will find many tips from psychologists that will make your life better! Admin  @vikatom  
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Since the beginning of the war, more than 2000 civilians have been killed by Russian missiles, according to official data. Help us protect Ukrainians from missiles - provide max military assisstance to Ukraine #Ukraine. #StandWithUkraine
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Zeigarnik Effect ❓Do you tend to remember the details of a task that was left unfinished due to interruption? ❗️According to psychology, we are more prone to readily recall a partially completed activity that was interrupted. Named after Bluma Zeigarnik, a Lithuanian-Soviet psychologist, it was found that task interruption can improve our ability to remember it later, rather than reduce it. This is one of those psychological effects that are associated with our memory. This tendency allows us to remember interrupted or unfinished tasks better than the ones that were successfully completed. This phenomenon is commonly observed in soap operas or serialized comic books where they use a cliffhanger to make the audience eager for the next episode or issue.
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TOP 5 ways to invest in yourself 1. Read educational books. Books or audio books are an awesome resource to build your knowledge and expertise in any area. 2. Attend seminars and workshops to expand your knowledge and skills in your business and/or personal life. This will also give you the opportunity to meet and interact with individuals who are like-minded. 3. Take care of your health. Eat right each day, fueling your body with nutrients. Exercise daily. Do something every day to get moving and get your heart rate up, even, if it's just walking the dog. 4. Work on your bucket list. If you don't have a bucket list, then it's time to start one. 5. Invest in a coach. A coach can assist you in putting all of these strategies into action. A coach is your partner in success. It is their job to assist you in creating and implementing your success plan, so you can become the best that you can be.
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Got fed up with living under constant stress? - Just woke up and already feeling tired? - Anxiety? - Can't concentrate? - Insomnia? - Suffering from panic attacks and phobias? For 11 years has been solving these problems, using the scientific approach and his own method SIE-PSY (Simply Interestingly Efficiently)I'll teach you how to become active and confident — subscribe to my channel, or keep living your dull life:
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What Is Fight, Flight, or Freeze? In the year since his research, physiologists and psychologists have developed and refined Cannon's work, coming to a better understanding of how people react to threats. Thus defining what is now called fight, flight, freeze, and fawn: Fight: facing any perceived threat aggressively. Flight: running away from the danger. Freeze: unable to move or act against a threat. Fawn: immediately acting to try to please to avoid any conflict. Again, when one feels threatened, the body rapidly responds to the imminent danger. The underlying goal of springing into fight, flight, freeze, or fawn, is to decrease, end, or evade the danger to return to a state of calm and control.
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The fight or flight response is the body's natural physiological reaction to stressful, frightening, or dangerous events. It is activated by the perception of threat, quickly igniting the sympathetic nervous system and releasing hormones, preparing the body to face the threat or run to safety. The term "fight-or-flight" is our engrained survival instinct and represents the options our ancient ancestors could choose when dealing with dangerous environments. Back then, when you faced a hungry saber-tooth tiger, you could only run or fight. Many of the high-arousal situations we face in the modern world are more psychological in nature (e.g. a job interview). American physiologist, Walter Cannon, was the one to coin the term after realizing that an unconscious and automatic series of fast-acting reactions occurred inside the body to help assemble resources the body needs to manage threatening circumstances. He also called it the acute stress response.
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Have you ever wondered how astronauts really achieve their success? Most people believe that extreme high achievers like Olympians and Nobel Prize winners are simply a different breed. But high achievers are just like everyone else; they also have challenges, opportunities, fears, and stressors. What makes them different is also the key to their success: their unique mindset and approach. High achievers take something they are really good at and interested in and then apply a strong worth ethic, a solid foundation that is constantly being reinforced, and a commitment to lifelong learning through informal means.
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Choose to be happy! Happiness is a choice. Happy people choose to focus on the positive aspects of life, rather than the negative. They are not held hostage by their circumstances. They look at all the reasons to be grateful. "Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds to be."- Abraham Lincoln
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