Organization is the great secret to a better life
Finally, one arrives at the philosophy of the "Jack": "Since I did not do this same, at least now I go to sleep"; "Since I ate a bonbon and left the diet, I'm going to eat a whole bar of chocolate";
What people do not realize is that this way of living is the biggest self-flagellation of all and that it is can, without much fanfare at first, lead to depression, to the sense of failure, to continual frustration. It is true that there are underlying reasons for all this to happen: deep psychological questions may lie behind this series of events. But in general, what each one needs, in the foreground, is to be able to organize. Make a list of all they have to solve: the closet, the repair, the visit to someone, a text to write. Putting things on a simple paper list makes it easier to visualize priorities and organize what should be done and at what time it can be done.
Another extremely important step is to never invite the "Jack" to your life. Leave him alone and he'll leave you too. Could not stop eating the candy, do not punish yourself eating a whole bar of chocolate. Because what you see later is a worse mental punishment. That inner voice saying, "You're not worth anything at all, are you? You'll never stop being fat! You deserve everything bad that happens to you."
This last sentence, then, is the greatest danger of all . It becomes a thesis, a theory. Unconsciously, the person is boycotting throughout life, because every theory needs to be proven. So pay attention to your life, try to organize it. Just do not put too many obligations in a short time. Set yourself achievable goals within a time frame just as fulfilling, or else it will be another boycott and frustration takes over again.
Take care of your life and let Life take care of you!
When we think of rush hour, the first The word that comes to our head is stress. Traffic generated by cars and other after-hours transportation can generate a lot of discontent - other unforeseen ones such as bus delay and problems with subway or train. It is important to create exits to avoid or escape from this state of stress, such as listening to music, investing in relaxation techniques, or pursuing activities that turn rush hour into an interactive moment.
The technique is to reprogram the brain through eye movements and specific bilateral stimuli (two hemispheres of the brain). "The experiences, memories and sensations of the past, when traumatic, are registered in the mind in a negative way and full of pain. Through EMDR it is possible to verify a significant change in the way the memories are stored", explains Adriana.