Browsing articles tagged with " subconcious"
Oct
27
2010

She Said It Was Depression

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Under her complaints of depression and stress were deep feelings of inadequacy fostering a “perfectionist” persona. Her imagination went wild, thinking others were “backstabbing” her at work. She became so tired she developed Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Her road back is fascinating. She Said It Was Depression M.’s original complaint was being generally depressed and stressed. In psychotherapy for some time, no change had occurred and she was feeling extremely frightened and filled with dread. Memory loss, fuzziness and disorientation, fear of [...]

Oct
22
2010

Why the Subconscious Mind?

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Why the Subconscious Mind? Finding and reversing defense mechanisms that cause problems is the unique ingredient that makes change possible.  Defenses do not yield easily.  The subconscious mind is stubborn.  It reminds me of the story of the man whose car wouldn’t run, so he bought new tires. It still didn’t run, so he got new seat covers, but it still didn’t run.  He then got a new paint job, and it still didn’t run.  [...]