Posts Tagged ‘neurotic’

Neurotic Behavior – The Cruel Rationalist

The neurotic behavior is basically characterized by the invasion of the anti-conscience into the individual’s human conscience. This happens when he or she has a traumatic experience in life and he feels weak, angry, and depressed. The anti-conscience takes advantage of this situation in order to invade the individual’s conscience with absurd thoughts. Many times the anti-conscience generates tragic life situations, exactly because these situations make the human conscience accept its absurd suggestions.

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Schizophrenia Symptoms – Finding Sound Mental Health through Dream Therapy

I had to care about the attacks of my anti-conscience from February of 1989 until the end of September of this year. My mother was helping me take care of my son and I was not working outside home. I stopped being attacked by my anti-conscience after showing resistance for 8 months. Then, I could rest for a while. However, I had to pass through a process of recuperation after facing this battle. I started working for a travel company, which belonged to one of my uncle’s friends. I had to recuperate my capacity to face the world, after the fight against schizophrenia.

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Are You Neurotic? A Definition That Will Surprise You

No matter how many justifications for showing abnormal behavior ‘you’ may find (because you are under the influence of your anti-conscience) your absurd behavior will never stop being absurd. If you want to be a balanced human being, you have to be a sensible and sensitive creature who is not afraid of being considered crazy by the world. You may believe that the world cannot understand your ideas; the world cuts the wings of your imagination, and so on. This is true, but only up to a certain point.

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Depression Therapy – Learn How I Found Sound Mental Health and Wisdom Instead of Committing Suicide

Dream interpretation according to the scientific method discovered by the psychiatrist Carl Jung was the only solution I found, after trying many other methods and following many other psychologists and their theories. Only Jung managed to really discover the hidden meaning of dreams and their healing power. I precisely followed the unconscious guidance in my dreams, managing to eliminate my neurosis, which was almost becoming schizophrenia.

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