Month: October 2018

Facing Down Your Fears (2)

Facing one’s fears means acting, even if one feels anxious or fearful, to ultimately reduce fears that are a hindrance to acting and interacting with the world constructively. These are fears that do not protect the individual but interfere with life. Understanding the messages in these fears can provide important information for changes that benefit …

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Finding Your Dreams (2)

Finding Your Dreams Dr Christian Jonathan Haverkampf, M.D. Finding one’s dreams mean connecting with one’s needs, values and aspirations, which requires granting oneself a high level of internal freedom. Every dream has meaningful information which just needs to be decoded. This, however, requires some practice in working with communication patterns and structures. What one aspires …

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A Case of Severe OCD – Obsessive Thoughts

Abstract—Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is often more difficult to treat than anxiety, depression and other psychiatric disorders. However, with a combination of psychotherapy and medication treatment can be effective in most cases. Within a few months there is often a marked improvement in symptoms and quality of life. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) at a higher …

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When Relationships End (1)

The end of one relationship is usually the beginning of another relationship. However, there can be strong emotions and pain in between. There are also the questions how a relationship could fall apart in which partners were supposed to know each other. Greater awareness for and working with internal and external communication can benefit everyone …

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