How To Give Feedback

When To Give Feedback

Feedback should be given as per merit and must be constructive. Imagine a child who keeps on making mistakes in his studies. If we Feedbackwere to give only negative feedback, the child is supposed to be rebuked everytime he does something. No one will argue about the damage this does to a child’s psychology. Instead if small mistakes are considered as a part of the child’s development process and proper encouragement is given, we will have a constantly learning student with enthusisasm and confidence.


How To Give Feedback

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How To Deal With A Gambling Addiction

The First Step To Beating A Gambling Addiction

GAMBLING ADDICTIONThey say the first step to beating a gambling addiction is to admit that you have a problem.

Dealing with someone who has a gambling addiction can be painful. They have a tendency to withdraw from family and loved ones, so what are you supposed to do when someone you care about has developed a gambling addiction.

There are several things you will need to do and some of them are very hard to do. Read the rest of this entry »

How To Deal With A Suicidal Person - A Five-Point Suicide Prevention Plan

Helping A Suicidal Person

In helping a person deal with suicidal thoughts, it is best to combine the approach of treating the underlying mental disorder and suicidaltreating suicidal tendencies directly.

A five-point suicidal prevention plan, dubbed SUPER, is presented below:

1. Savoring love. The social support system of the person with suicidal thoughts must let the people concerned know about the emotional condition of that suicidal person. A suicidal individual may feel that he is alone amidst many problems that he is facing.

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How to cure Agoraphobia

What Is Agoraphobia?

Many people in the world have a disorder known as agoraphobia. This disorder brings on extremely strong panic attacks when in crowded places. Most agoraphobics eventually wind up trapped in bed or institutionalized.

The definition for agoraphobia is an anxiety disorder. The main manifestation of the disorder is a fear of having an embarrassing situation that the person can not escape from.
Someone with Agoraphobia will sometimes have panic attacks when they are in a situation where they feel trapped, uncomfortable or when they are not in control or are too far away from their comfort zone, which are usually their homes. In extreme cases an agoraphobic may only be able to exist in only a room or two of their own home and may even become unable to get out of bed.
Sufferers of Agoraphobia are often overly sensitive to bodily sensations and over react to everyday occurrences, like  climbing a flight of stairs. The effort it takes to climb stairs can cause a full blown panic attack, because their hart rate rises as does their breathing. The sufferer may see this is the onset of an attack and actually causes the attack to start, instead of seeing it as a natural reaction to climbing stairs.

Agoraphobia And The Internet

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How To Boost Your Self Esteem

Effects Of Low Self Esteem

A low self esteem is one of the leading causes of depression. Working to boost your self esteem can increase your chances for success self esteemand happiness on both a personal and professional level. While many people realize that they need to boost their feeling of self worth, it is not always easy to accomplish. However, there are several ways that you can increase your self esteem. Here are seven ways to boost your self esteem.

Play To Your Strengths: Improve Levels Of Self Esteem

First it is important to determine who you are. What nouns can you use to describe yourself (wife, mother, friend, teacher, etc.)? Also make a list of your strengths, capabilities, and skills. Many times our feeling of self worth are wrapped up in our negative perceptions of ourselves, especially in terms of areas where we feel a lack such as our physical appearance, education, finances, job, etc. However it is important to remember that our weight, our skin, our career, etc. are not who we are. Who we are is inside us and too often we hide the beauty of our generous souls, creative natures, and joyful zest behind walls we have built to protect ourselves. This can cut us off from others but even more dangerous it can cut us off from ourselves.

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How to Act on a First Date

The Key To A Successful First Date

The key to a successful first date is to relax and just be the real you. If you try to act in a way that you think the other person will like, then they may start liking someone who you are not, and in the end you will wind up breaking up and getting hurt, so honest truly is the best policy, and in the end if you are just being you and it does not work you, you know they were not the one for you,first date or not.

First Date-Increasing Your Chances Of Success

Dating is like gambling at poker, sure a good bluff may win you a hand or two but you are not going to win the World Series of Poker by First Datebluffing, only by playing the best you can. This is no different from dating if you make things up to try and impress this person they are not liking you but are liking the fake you  and eventually they will see the two are no the same. Read the rest of this entry »

Getting Help With Stammering

What Is Stammering?

Stammering (clinically referred to as dysphemia) is a form of speech defect concerned with an involuntary action of repeating or stammerprolonging of syllables or words. For example, when a person pronounces the word “stop” but instead says it like, “sssssstop” or “ssstt-sstt-sttop,” that is stammering.

Naturally, the condition is frustrating for the patient as it not only hampers his/her ability to communicate well, it also opens him/her to perceptions that he or she is slow and stupid. There is no direct link between stammering and mental capacity. Studies show that speech defects like stammering are usually brought on by bad speech habits developed in childhood.

Can stammering be cured?

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Fear Of Heights

Phobias-Fear Of Heights.

Is fear of heights a recognised  phobia?Psychiatry identifies three different categories of phobia:

PhobiasAgoraphobia is a fear of open spaces. It is also a fear of having a panic attack in a public place, of losing control in an area from which escape may prove difficult or embarrassing.

Fear Of Heights-Additional Phobias

Social Phobia is an irrational anxiety brought forth by exposure to certain social situations, leading to avoidance behaviour.

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Eliminate Stuttering

What Is Stuttering?

Some people lose confidence upon facing other people due to a speech problem known as stuttering. This is a severe condition in stutterspeech that experiences problems in fluency. Its symptoms include the person’s facial muscles becoming tensed as he or she tries to speak. This is very common to children who are just beginning to talk. Stuttering is a disfluency that causes them to repeat some of their words’ syllables. Although this is normal, the severity can cause concern for some parents.

What Age Can Stuttering Begin?

This speech problem starts in the early childhood while they are at their developing stage and some would stutter at least ten to fifteen per cent of their total speech. Though, this does not affect one’s intellect, it affects one’s social state, especially when they begin to date and mingle with other people. It is for this reason that others would opt to be loners and just choose a career that does not involve meeting people.

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Drug Addiction And Recovery

Causes of drug addiction

Several emotional or psychological reasons may drive you into  drug addiction. At times it is mere curiosity that propels you to develop an addiction to drugs over time. Drug addiction refers to the compulsive use of psychoactive drugs to such a level at which the user of drugs has no other way out and continues to use it.

Though addiction to drugs like opium have been common since historical times it is in recent times that the problem has been exacerbated significantly. This is mainly due to the cultivation of plants yielding drugs, advancements in biochemistry and improvements in means of getting access to drugs. The introduction of purified forms of active biological agents and the synthesis of new substances like methamphetamine has made drugs more widespread. Clinically, the word ‘addiction’ has been replaced by the word ‘dependency’ in relation to drugs.

Who is prone to drug addiction?

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