Cellphone programs for brain hacking? I doubt it. That has been said about media throughout the years. Newspapers was said to be brain hacking. Radio was said to be brain hacking. Television was said to be brain hacking, as well as, computers. Now, cellphones?
Any effective researcher knows that to discover what really causes what is not easy to proof. Achieving high reliability and validity, that is, cause and effect, that cellphone programs brain hack is very difficult to show. There are too many variables to narrow it to the programs on your cellphone.
Spending too much time on your cellphone, like other forms of media, is just another form of distraction to a deeper emotional and psychological distress. Ineffectively, it is often used to try to cope with depression or anxiety.
Do not blame the programs on your cellphone or any other from of media for being unhappy in your life. Instead, for example, focus on being a better parent. Effective parenting will teach your kids how to cope with diversities in life, including the use of cellphones. So, do not blame the cellphone for why your child is spending many hours on their phones.
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Online daters are good people. Many seek long-term relationships. However, I often hear that there are “So many ‘bad apples'” on many online dating sites. Why?
Well, It is not that the online dating sites are bad, but how people are using them. Unresolved emotional issues from previous relationships make it hard to trust and be vulnerable again in another potential romantic relationship.
By using Personal Revolution Therapy mental tools, It will help letting go of painful memories and of distrusting of others.
It is normal to have, now and then, depression or anxiety throughout our lives. These are positive signs that tells us that something in our inner self needs improvement. Personal Revolution Therapy encourages us to stop finding ways to get rid off depression or anxiety, an unrealistic approach to mental wellness. Instead, let us find permanent mental tools to help us cope with depression or anxiety that, inevitably, is part of our ongoing human nature to help us deal with diversities in life.
Back-to-school anxiety is an example of normalcy in our kids. Not giving our kids the proper mental tools to cope with anxiety may lead them to develop chronic and diagnosable anxiety disorders later in their lives, like 60-80% of school age kids now, that triggers poor school performance, poor social skills, and be at risk for substance abuse, thus, requiring psychiatric treatment.
Personal Revolution Therapy addresses three simple parenting techniques that can prevent kids from developing back-to-school chronic anxiety .
- Ask how they are feeling about going back to school
- Allow for open communication
- Help them find their own solutions to their anxiety with encouragement and guidance