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For a long time now I wanted to write a book on the subject of states of mind. Here are my findings: People are normally prone to experience different states of mind throughout the day. From love to anxiety to anger to creativity. Each one distinctly colors Cognition and affects the outlook on past, present and future. For a certain time only. The state of ...


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The article you link to is fairly comprehensive, and probably already answers your questions. Dissociative Identity Disorder is no longer referred to as multiple personality disorder. This is a highly misunderstood disorder, and involves many possible symptoms besides the appearance of "alters". "The diagnosis itself remains controversial among mental ...


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If you want to change other's people beliefs you will have to work hard on yourself before. Start by reading this page from Wikipedia: How to Win Friends and Influence People. PS: the one who wrote the book was also the mentor of Warren Buffet. This guy has become millionaire.


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Generally, therapy is more successful, the more resources a patient brings to the therapy. For example, a generally healthy person will recover quickly from a flu, while an old person with fragile health may even die from it. The same goes for psychotherapy. The more "functional" a person was before he or she developed a psychological disorder, the more ...


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Personality disorders in general are difficult to treat for a variety of reasons: They are difficult to diagnose accurately. By definition, personality disorders reflect enduring issues in multiple areas of functioning. Patients often do not see themselves as having a problem. Patients are difficult to get along with and form a constructive therapeutic ...



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