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When you live with a human victim, do you become one yourself?


Only if you agree to succumb to its influence. We are constantly experiencing all kinds of influences. We are free to accept those that suit us and reject those that do not suit us. That is why it is important to be more conscious, more alert and not to allow yourself to be manipulated without your knowledge, not to succumb to influence. If we fall under the influence, it never happens through the fault of another person. If this helps you by making the necessary efforts to become more conscious and less influenced, then this experience will be useful to you.
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When you live with a human victim, do you become one yourself?

  1. I fight for a man, while he himself wants it
    I’ll tell you about one of many, many cases of treatment of cancer patients that are hopeless from the point of view of official medicine. It will be about one of the leading executives of the Kamchatka region. The steep knot of contradictions in his life turned into cruel stress, which adversely affected the seemingly indestructible health of this person. Serious laybacks at work
  2. I believe that giving birth to children is a big responsibility. It can even be called a lifetime contract. When I think I can hurt them, I feel bad. What do I need to do to think differently?
    Change your beliefs. Firstly, when you decide to have a baby, you should not think that you are responsible for his happiness. Your first motivation should be the desire to enable the soul to return in order to be embodied. It is a gift of self. Then, to continue your growth, you must learn to love this soul that has chosen you. Having a baby is
  3. I am a responsible person, and I believe that on my shoulders is too heavy a burden. What to do in order not to feel guilty when I can not cope with all the tasks?
    Is the burden you feel a consequence of the fact that you have made too many commitments? Have you committed to yourself or to another person? Perhaps you feel responsible for the happiness of others? If the latter assumption is most likely, then in this book you will find a true definition of responsibility. If you took on too much
  4. Group therapy with women victims of violence
    Group psychotherapeutic approaches to working with women victims of violence make it possible to provide psychological assistance through group support and identification of personal resources. In the process of rehabilitation, it is recommended to rely on the following attitudes: 1. Violence in intimate and family relationships is unacceptable in any form and under no circumstances. 2. Violence is social
  5. Counseling and psychotherapy for victims of violence
    Psychological assistance to survivors of domestic violence has two main areas (Platonova, Platonov, 2004; Psychological assistance, 2000): 1) emergency psychological assistance for acute trauma of violence and post-traumatic stress; 2) long-term support in the process of individual counseling and group work. Emergency care for victims of violence is provided by
  6. “Mutual sacrifice”
    The role of the breadwinner, the breadwinner of the family remains the basis of male identity. A woman is also oriented towards this type of gender relations. At the same time, in a family union, a man and woman face the question of how to maintain a balance of justice and family-wide interests. Psychologist Marina Harutyunyan discovered that there is an “explicit” and “hidden” gender agreement in the family. Explicit - based on the role of the breadwinner,
  7. VALEOLOGY LESSON SCHEDULE FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN "WHEN CAN VEGETABLES HELP, AND WHEN CAN HARM ON OUR HEALTH?"
    Program content: 1. To formulate children's perception of nitrates. 2. To tell about what plants they are in, what harm they cause to health. 3. To consolidate the ability of children to solve riddles in pictures. 4. Continue to consolidate children's knowledge about the benefits of vitamins for our body. Benefits: 1. Vitaminoid homemade doll (who loves vitamins), 2. Cards with
  8. How did the first of the famous become psychologists
    The history of psychology has always been difficult enough for psychology students to study. It is not easy to enter the circle of concepts and theories that are now considered to be already out of date and are of only historical interest. Modern psychology is usually closer and more understandable. What is the profession of a psychologist, what is the psychology of a psychologist? It becomes clearer when you study biographies, life path
  9. Psychology is becoming an independent science
    The development of psychology as an independent science dates back to the second half of the 19th century. Objective research methods are becoming increasingly important. Many psychologists consider them more scientifically sound than the introspective method that has been used for a long time to study human consciousness. Psychological research increasingly uses measurements, which is becoming important
  10. Individual counseling for victims of domestic violence
    The emotional experiences of a woman who has suffered from domestic violence most often include grief, pain, anxiety, hostility, and shame. Mental pain as a reaction to violence is a process, not a separate event. Z. Freud called this process of adaptation to unhappiness “the work of sorrow”. Suffering becomes pathological when the “work of sorrow” is incomplete or unsuccessful. In case of so
  11. Individual counseling for victims of sexual violence
    Studies show that raped people need immediate psychological help, and in some cases long-term psychological help, including from specialists. However, the majority of those raped do not realize that they had serious psychological problems, and official psychological assistance may seem to them a kind of public sentence, therefore
  12. HOW NORMAL PEOPLE BECOME PSYCHOLOGISTS?
    In its short century, psychology has penetrated the ordinary world. A close friend can be an “introvert” with a “crowded out complex” that needs to be “completed gestalt”. Many people believe that they can take a course in understanding psychology by watching reality shows on television and buying up the latest editions of self-help books that compare every human emotion with a garden vegetable. To flip it
  13. The deeper the trauma of the rejected, the more he draws to himself the circumstances in which he is rejected or rejects himself.
    The more the fugitive rejects himself, the greater his fear of rejection. He constantly humiliates and underestimates himself. He often compares himself with those who are stronger than him in something, and thus develops a belief in his own second-rate. He does not notice that in some areas he can surpass other people. He will not believe that someone would like to make friends with him, that someone sees
  14. A long story, or why prolonged breastfeeding is becoming more common
    In 1997, the American Academy of Pediatrics, in recommendations on breastfeeding, stated that breastfeeding should be continued "for at least twelve months, after which, by mutual agreement, as much as necessary." This statement not only speaks of the importance of breastfeeding for the baby in the first year of life, but also reminds parents and pediatricians equally that breastfeeding
  15. When I, the mother of the family, allow the children to take responsibility, I get the feeling that I am an indifferent mother who does not give a damn about her children. I am afraid that they will also judge me when they grow up. What is the reason for this fear?
    First of all, ask your children to give you their definition of indifference. Here is my definition: an indifferent person is a person who does not care about anything, who does not feel anything and who is not touched by others. Do you really consider yourself an indifferent mother? Do you really believe that? Teaching your children to take responsibility is the best gift you can give them.
  16. Lecture No. 5 Topic: Physiology of the human body. Stress, its role in adapting a person to social and labor activities.
    Lecture plan. 1. The structure and function of the nervous regulatory system of the human body. 2. The structure and function of the humoral regulatory system of the human body. 3. The concept of mental health. Criteria and factors determining psycho. health. The concept of stress as a general adaptation syndrome (the doctrine of stress G. Selye). 4. The essence of psychogenic stress and its effect on humans.
  17. Slice 4: “when”
    If in the parts “who and what”, “how much” and “where / where” work separately and the parts of the brain that are physically separated from each other are involved, then at the stage of part 4 (“when”) everything is different. In fact, without taking into account the first three parts, the “when” has no idea what to do. This is because the work in part 4 is to see when exactly something happens. ↑ We
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