Samual Dean replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 1 day, 6 hours ago
You really don’t want this. If others can’t convince you maybe I can. Growing up I was a very sensitive kid and cried at the smallest thing, maybe just someone looking at me funny, this went on for a and only one girl ever talked to me or was nice to me. Long story short, I moved away, got my heart broken and felt like shit. I didn’t have any…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic Anger in the forum Anger can be controlled 3 weeks, 3 days ago
When a player is on the court and he finds that things are not going his way, he gets angry. That is very normal.
Samual Dean replied to the topic Stop drinking alcohol in the forum General discussion 2 months ago
I do feel more free now that I have admitted I am not in control of all the external things around me, including my alcohol intake. I am taking better care of myself, bodily, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. I try not to obsess about myself all the time the way I once did; I don’t feel as useless. As a result, “problems” that once bothe…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic What is basic duty of wife in a happy marriage life? in the forum Marriage Life & Relationships 2 months ago
It is not.. neither wife’s duty not husband’s duty…
Sole function of marriage in the general sense is to have a blissful life and a role model for the next generation to evolve successfully and carry on the survival in a nonviolent and in ethical manner, the society of the said times deems as norms ..
In doing so if you end up satisfying each…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic Stress management in the forum General discussion 2 months ago
In your day to day activity, you face many situations to be addressed. In this process you find some issues easy, some problamatic to arrive at a solution.
The struggle to manage, find solutions to these issues is stress.
You should calmly and coolly analyse the problem in depth, think of the pros and cons, come to a conclusion. You have to…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic How does one overcome emotional detachment/numbness? in the forum Anything is easy if you get used to it 2 months, 1 week ago
Analytical Nature – There are some people that are just more analytical by nature, so they are not so emotionally attached and that’s ok. They should still feel some degree of emotions, but they can be seen as ruthless, cold-heart or robotic by other people. It can be that they are not used to expressing their emotions so that they dominate their…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic What's the best way to react when someone is shouting at you in anger? in the forum Anger can be controlled 2 months, 1 week ago
When I’m at home, I get accused of things that my children actually did, like leaving a wet towel on the bathroom floor or eating the last of something that my wife wanted. My wife will say I did it, I will say I didn’t, she’ll say I’m lying, and I always point out: “Why would I lie about this? I would not be ashamed if I did this. I have zero…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic Healthy relationships in the forum Marriage Life & Relationships 3 months, 1 week ago
1. Always be very mindful of the struggles of your partner, even if those struggles are invisible to outsiders. Always support your partner through his/her struggles. Be the rock your partner needs to survive.
2. Learn your partner’s “hot buttons” and stay the FUCK OFF OF THEM! Only a complete, fucking, dirtbag, mother of all narcissists does…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic Peer pressure in the forum Marriage Life & Relationships 3 months, 1 week ago
So, how do you avoid peer pressure?
There is no defined way to avoid the peer pressure. It is everywhere! It isn’t just part of adolescents it is part of adulthood too!
Samual Dean replied to the topic Happy Life in the forum Be Happy 3 months, 1 week ago
Don’t overthink, overthinking leads to negative thoughts.
And also, don’t think too much about “what people will say”. They are cowards. Don’t worry about them. Keep walking on your path (whichever you have choosed).
Samual Dean replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 3 months, 1 week ago
Recently, I was reading a book on Psychology by Frank Joe Bruno. There he talks about the word EMOTION as a contraction of two words: exit and motion. The ancient Greeks believed that the smiles and the frowns associated with such states as happiness or sadness indicated that the soul was coming out of the body and revealing itself. It was making…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic Be calm and do not react in the forum How to deal with stress? 3 months, 1 week ago
Because many people get intimidated by bold, competitive, aggressive A-holes and will back down rather than engage and confront. To use quiet strength effectively you have to be like a chess master to avoid being run over.
Samual Dean replied to the topic What are some ways to relieve mental stress? in the forum How to deal with stress? 4 months ago
But some people do have higher or lower emotional intensity than others. And some people express more or less than others, in spite of feeling. So you can’t really say that someone is in dissociation unless they tell you they are. We know what we’re feeling or not. So if you’re in dissociation for longer than a week or two, get help.
Because the d…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic Problems in Married Life in the forum Marriage Life & Relationships 4 months ago
Sometimes , situations arises when we don’t want the things to do with a wrong intention but it depicts in a wrong manner .
And some time , we ourselves make unnecessary illusionary thoughts in our mind and ourself start directing the thing in a different zone .
Samual Dean replied to the topic students in medical colleges so over-stressed over academics? in the forum How to deal with stress? 4 months ago
• I don’t think I studied that hard. I make an effort to attend all my lectures and concentrate during them. But I generally play games and do no work at home until the last 2 weeks before exam, when I start cramming. And still passed above average – so far. I know I need better study habits but procrastination is tempting…
• Didn’t really restr…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic How to use logical thinking to overcome emotions? in the forum Anything is easy if you get used to it 4 months ago
I used to address situations with emotions, until I found out about their reality. I used to believe that I could do well for Geography and History if I understood them, rather than memorised. I wanted so badly to give my country’s education system a chance to prove that school wasn’t all memorisation and no understanding, but that was simply not…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic anger can be controlled in the forum Anger can be controlled 4 months ago
Prevent anger building inside and getting accumulated in you.
We build up pressure inside when,
We work too hard and take too little rest.
We expect too much from the self and others.
We follow high goals and ideals which are impossible to achieve.
We make too many relationships for selfish purposes.
We pretend to be too gentle to allow our…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic Stress management in the forum General discussion 4 months ago
Spending time in nature
Getting a hobby
Samual Dean replied to the topic Relationship advice in the forum Marriage Life & Relationships 5 months, 2 weeks ago
There’s one who’d be clocking some thousand answers on Quora v.soon (combining an account which was used when he got banned because of his political views !) most of which are on Love, Dating and Relationships related questions !
The cherry on the cake is more than 90–95% of those Answers were A2A’s ! There must be some Merit in his Advice…[Read more]
Samual Dean replied to the topic Overcome depression in the forum General discussion 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Try to get praises…boosts your level of confidence. Most of my work is well received by lot of people. I don’t try to do my 100% in a job, I try to earn a pat on the back in every job I do. That ends up in me doing more than 100%.