How are unconventional couples working: they love but do not have sex, or the couple has 3 or 4 people
There are people in Romania who prefer a couple to be made up of more people, unconventional couples. And it's not just about sex, it's about emotional alignment. It is increasingly looking for swinging in the couple. Details about these lifestyles from Nadia Gorduza, the couple's psychotherapist....
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How to Exercise at Work: More Energy at the Office
Too much office work, too many meetings and too little movement, all this is not good for health. Get up on the chair and do your physical activity - from fitness breaks to dating walks - part of your daily routine. Exercises are brilliant for your mental health....
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How to Deal with Accusations at Work

There are a few ways you can deal with accusations at work so they have the least impact. Moreover, you can use them in your favor and your entire office can benefit from your knowledge. When you first hear an accusation, you may not know what to do with this informat...

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5 Simple Ways to Make Sex More Romantic

For some couples, sex can be an uncomfortable subject, and more so, romantic and intimate sex becomes a scary effort. Make things simpler and respect these steps, satisfaction is guaranteed! Sexually satisfied couples are emotionally linked to each other, both inside ...

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2 Bias that Could Affect Your Relationship

Do you feel that things start screaming and you quarrel often? Everything is fine, but do you want to prevent any problems? Pay attention to these biases that occur very often in the couple. Couples in unfortunate marriages tend to underestimate the number of positive...

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The Impact of Birth on the Emotional Health of Parents

It can sometimes be difficult for parents, especially young people, to get used to the birth of a child. A difficult birth can get emotionally and physically tired and can become difficult and stressful for them to adapt to new roles and responsibilities. Some dads wi...

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Mental Exhaustion (Fatigue): Symptoms, Causes and Tips for Recovery

Mental exhaustion is a common event and is a result of over-activity of the brain. Feelings of being overwhelmed by work tasks or responsibilities to children and family members can bring frustration and mental distress. You can also become envious of others whom you ...

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The Challenges of Pregnancy and Birth for a Couple

Pregnancy is often a topic of enthusiasm, but no matter how eager the birth of a child is expected, stress or other forms of emotional discomfort are likely to occur in such a challenging period. Problems related to pregnancy may be minor or serious and may affect the...

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6 Tips to Rise Independent Children

Like parents, we feel good - even extraordinary - when the children NEED us. When they come to us for guidance or affection. All these are good things. However, it is necessary to remind ourselves that the purpose of long-term parenting is to guide children from being...

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An eight-year-old girl found a school book about sex education…

Why sexuality is a taboo subject to the Romanians and why we let our children learn from their colleagues or the Internet more or less true information instead of finding out from us their parents who I think we are most able to educate and control how they reach this...

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Dr. Nadia Gorduza, Virtual Therapy Specialist: “Aviophobia is Healing!”

In Romania, there are few specialists who have the tools to help aviofobs, and Dr. Nadia Gorduza is one of them. Moreover, she revolutionizes psychological counseling in Romania, being the founder of the first personalized psychotherapeutic center in our country, crea...

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How to Stay Happily at Work

How often do you feel weekend blues? From time to time or every week? If the last answer is valid, maybe you should think about going further. But a lot of people find themselves in a situation where they are not yet ready to change their jobs.

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Pregnancy and Mental Health Problems

Although pregnancy causes many positive feelings, a woman can also feel negative thoughts or feelings. During pregnancy, family problems, insecurity, relationship difficulties, and financial problems can become real and immediate worries. A pregnant woman may have cha...

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Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Narcissistic personality disorder is characterized by a model of grandiosity (fantasy or real behavior), an overwhelming need for admiration, and usually a total lack of empathy toward others. People who suffer from this disorder often think they are of paramount impo...

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Psychotic Depression: what it is and how it manifests itself

Psychotic depression is a subtype of major depression that occurs when a severe depressive illness includes a form of psychosis. Psychosis may be hallucinatory (such as hearing a voice that tells you that you are not good or worthless), illusions (such as intense feel...

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How Can We Rebuild Our Couple After an Affair

One of the most serious experiences someone can experience is to discover that the partner has or has had an affair. But that does not necessarily lead to separation. Someone who feels betrayed can experience a wide range of emotions: from deep sadness to severe depre...

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Is He Small and Has Big Emotions? He Needs Emotionally Intelligent Parents!

Children are honest with the way they feel. When they see something new or interesting, their eyes shine while exclaiming a wonderful "uau". They chuckle so intense that others can only help them by smirking them. The pride that comes with a new achievement is so bril...

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Cyclothymia or Cyclothymic Disorder

Cyclothymia is a rare mood disorder. This causes emotional ups and downs, but they are not as extreme as those in bipolar disorder. With ciclothymia, you will experience periods when your mood will change considerably from very good to very bad from the baseline. You ...

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that is related to seasonal changes - SAD begins and ends around the same time of year. Symptoms start in the fall and continue in the winter months, reducing the energy of the body and producing a bad mood. Mo...

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What is Serotoninergic Syndrome?

Serotonin is a chemical produced by the body that allows brain cells and other cells of the nervous system to communicate with each other. If there is too little serotonin in the brain it can lead to depression. If there is too much it leads to excessive activity of t...

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The Most Surprising Mental Illusions and Syndromes

Mental illusions occur in all shapes and sizes; from transient episodes to incurable mental illness. But they all have one thing in common: detachment from reality. They do not listen to reason and do not rely on facts. Here are twelve of the strangest mental illusion...

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Research shows that it’s not healthy to lie. The impact of the lie on the brain!

Besides not being beautiful, research shows that it's not even healthy to lie! One of the basic lessons of childhood was never to say a lie, and you have often heard when you were little: "Do not lie, it will grow your nose!" We all know we should not lie, but we do. ...

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Anger: When do You Know You’ve Gone Too Far?

A common emotion, anger is sometimes the most appropriate response to the actions of others. When properly managed and kept under control, anger can become an important ally of a healthy and balanced adult. Anger also has risks, perhaps more than other emotions, becau...

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3 Essential Tips If You Want To Have A Happy Couple
Partners need to give their quality time to the relationship daily. As they take care of personal hygiene, they need to take care of the hygiene of the relationship, giving each other one hour a day of exclusivity to discuss, to be tender and do whatever makes them feel good together so that they la...
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The Baby Came! What Changes Occur in the Couple?

The researchers found that there is a decrease in the quality of the relationship that occurs after the birth of the first child. Approximately 67% of couples are much less satisfied after becoming parents than before. If two-thirds of couples experience a decline in ...

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How to Become an Emotion Coach for Your Child?

What determines how a child manifests itself? This is the question of each parent's mind. What can we do to give our children the best start in life and to make sure they become good, smart and happy people? You need to connect with the little ones when they are overw...

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The 7 Solid Principles of a Happy Relationship

Do you want your relationship to last in time after the first child comes? A healthy and stable relationship does not work on its own, it requires constant work and understanding of those stages through which love and torch pass, especially the transition period to pa...

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Unhappy Parents – Maladjusted Babies: 6 Ingredients for a Happy Family

Children need parents to respond when they need it, to calm them when they are upset, to soothe them when they are scared and to play with enthusiasm with them when they are ready to have fun. But when parents are exhausted and alone or depressed, they are less recept...

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Teenager’s Guide to Social Media: Be Smart in the Digital Environment

Technology helps us connect with friends, keep up to date and know what's happening, but there are also some challenges young people can hit when moving into the digital world. It is important for adolescents to learn how to interact in a healthy way through social me...

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Patients with Mental Illness Suffer from Stigma

Psychiatrist Mihai Bran, psychotherapist and founder of Atlashelp.ro, tells us, among other things, what problems the psychiatric patients in our country face. There is currently no study showing the prevalence of mental disorders only in the Romanian population. Data...

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8 Stressful Jobs that Can Lead to the Burnout Syndrome

A person who suffers from burnout because of work has been subjected to a lot of stress and becomes feeling mentally, emotionally and physically exhausted. Sometimes he doubts the profession he has chosen and the value of his daily work. All jobs are more or less stre...

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How can You Eliminate Stress? 12 Practical Tips to Relax

Stress overwhelms you and makes you feel frustrated and irritable? Decreasing stress can help restore calm and serenity to a chaotic life. If stress gets out of control and you need help quickly, try one of these tips.

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Exercise Relieves Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety

When you suffer from anxiety or depression, moving you may seem the last thing you need. But once you've started, the exercises can change things for the better. Sports helps prevent and alleviate many health problems, such as high blood pressure, diabetes and arthrit...

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5 Tips for a Man Who Wants to Consolidate His Marriage

Many married men end up being silent and withdrawn because of their wife problems and quarrels. How do you change that and save your marriage? Do you work hard, cook and do homework with your little ones, but is your wife unhappy? Do you sometimes feel less appreciate...

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Irritability: causes, consequences and effective therapies

When you go through a constant state of irritation, which causes you stress and prevents you from sleeping, eating, working or interacting normally with those around you, or you face an irritation that gets you out of control in certain situations, it would be advisab...

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Burnout, Stress, Depression, Anxiety – What’s the Difference?

In various specialized books where psychiatric disorders are classified, burnout is not treated as a disease itself, but rather defined in a similar way to depression. Most psychiatrists, however, consider that this disease is self-contained and characterizes it as an...

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Insomnia: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment Options
People who suffer from insomnia fall asleep very hard or fail to sleep as they fall asleep. Insomnia is a self-contained condition, but sometimes it also appears as a symptom of other physical or mental health problems....
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How do We Handle Panic Attacks at Work?

Panic disorder is one of the most complicated affections because it makes you feel very restless and anxious. This causes panic attacks at home, at work or even in public places where their management may be more difficult. Symptoms are more difficult to manage when y...

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How do You Manage Panic Attacks in Public?

When the symptoms begin to make their presence felt, the first thing that begins to change is breathing. When it becomes more alert while you are in public, you can become more nervous and more anxious. You can slow your breathing through special exercises that can h...

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How to Grow a Responsible and Grateful Child in an Imperfect World?

Every day, parents have the task of making all sorts of decisions, small or large, which greatly influence the way children develop. It's all, huh? So it's understandable when stress, time, blame, and fatigue make parents turn to unsuitable strategies to solve certain...

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The 7 Solid Principles of a Happy Relationship

Imagine your relationship as a 2D house that has 2 resistance walls - Trust and Commitment - and 7 floors, which are in fact the 7 solid principles of a happy relationship. The foundation of the house for a happy relationship is FRIENDSHIP. Each floor is designed to s...

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10 Things to Do Before You Divorce

Do not put aside the resentment that can destroy your relationship. Research shows that in a relationship, 69% of conflicts are never solved, so you need to focus on managing them successfully. The key is to resolve misunderstandings rather than to avoid conflicts, as...

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3 Easy Steps to Reconnect with Your Partner

The current culture has distorted what makes the passion burn in a relationship. Advertisements convey the message as a romantic escape or expensive jewels are the path to the heart of a woman, but in reality the tiny, monotonous moments in relationships are significa...

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The 7 Emotion Control Systems – How They Help Us to Have a Happy Life

Imagine your nervous system as a railroad and emotions - like a train. The emotion control systems are the railways on which the emotions run. Discover and manage them correctly. Each ordering system is a key to someone's ability to respond to threat, love or play. Th...

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9 Habits for a Healthy Couple Relationship

Couples who have healthy relationships do not necessarily get them without effort and conflict. Rather, the strongest and longest couples are better prepared to cope with the conflict in a mature way and are committed to growing both as people and as romantic partners...

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13 Tips to Deal with Depression at Work

People with often invisible disabilities such as depression or bipolar disorder face stigma when employers or colleagues do not know that a depressive disorder can be a workplace disability. Statistics show that one in 20 employees is experiencing depression at some p...

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3 Small Daily Betrayals that Can Ruin Your Relationship

When partners give up one another, day by day, trust and commitment begin to disappear. Even when they are aware of such unfair actions, the partners overlook them because the seriousness of the facts does not seem to be as important as a serious adventure. Nothing mo...

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How to Save our Relationship with Gottman’s Therapy Method?

This method is not based on a personal wisdom or other philosophical points of view, but it's a therapeutic approach based on solid scientific research for 40 years on over 3,000 couples pursued in dynamics as well as on therapeutic protocols. Dr. John Gottman, also c...

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Top 10 Most Weird Phobias in the World

We all know what phobia means and how it makes us bitter. Fear of darkness, fear of the unknown, heights, water and insects are quite common, and we are probably thinking that these are the only phobias that man has. Just like us, you will have a surprise. Read below ...

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Stress, the Enemy of Your Body

Stress happens when changes occur requiring some adaptation or response. Body reactions come in the form of emotional, physical or mental responses. Stress is part of everyday life. Many things that happen around you or that you do yourself, cause you stress whether i...

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Depression at Work: Are You or Your Job Guilty?

We all have felt at some point stressed at work. There are those awful days when everything seems to go wrong, when the failure of communication is unwavering and you just do not seem to get along with a superior, an employee or a colleague. People have many challenge...

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Why do Women Betray in Love?

Sex, attention, boredom? ... There are many reasons why women betray their partners. Even though each adventure is different, there are some common reasons why women end up committing emotional and / or sexual adultery. If a partner does not listen to her or is no lon...

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Innovative Concept “Bespoke Medicine” – ID Therapy Treatment Center

Id Therapy began 1.5 years ago and is a dream that has become a reality and has made efforts for more than 20 years of studies and work, Dr. Nadia Gorduza having background and expertise in various fields of medicine, business administration, coaching and psychotherap...

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Gamophobia or the Fear of Commitment: 7 signs to give you thought

The subject of engagement problems is one of the most common encounters among couples who come to psychotherapy, a challenge facing both men and women, young and old, hetero and gay. This issue is not very much discussed, because many people do not understand it. Some...

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Burnout: Depression or Extreme Exhaustion?

Occurred in the 1970s, the term burnout was used to describe the consequences of acute stress among those who were dedicated to helping others such as doctors or nurses. This is manifested by exhaustion, apathy and lack of ability to cope with the tasks. It can affect...

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Everything about Gamophobia or Fear of Marriage: causes, symptoms and treatment
Derived from the Greek word "gamos" (marriage), gamophobia means an irrelevant, intense and constant fear of marriage and commitment. The person is particularly scared to get involved in a marriage, which means spending one's life together with one person....
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When Depression Causes Suicide: Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell

Interview with Mihai Bran, psychiatrist and university assistant at Carol Davila School of Medicine about someone's intention to end their days. How can you figure it out? Suicide has become a major mental health problem and this has been recognized by the World Healt...

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Are you anxious? 13 Jobs Suitable for Anxious People

When you have anxiety, it's quite important to find a job that does not make your condition worse and where you feel comfortable. Unfortunately, not everyone who suffers from this condition succeeds in avoiding social interactions and other stressors that come with so...

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Mindfulness and Impact on Mental Health Disorders

Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder. A recent study looked at patients with anxiety diagnosed clinically during an eight-week meditation program and demonstrated improvements in both anxiety and depression scores both post-intervention and follow-up over...

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Emotional Intelligence Reduces the Struggle for Power in a Couple
Accepting influence is both a mentality and a cultivated skill by giving each other's attention every day, discovering new things daily about him / her, expressing your love and admiration and accepting his/her bids for connection....
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Germophobes: Slave of Cleanliness

Germophobes are obsessed with cleanliness and feel compelled to clean up in excess, only in fact they suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). It is believed that obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is caused by an abnormality in brain circuits.

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What should anyone know about schizophrenia?
Few of us have correct information about schizophrenia, the disease around which most myths gravitate. Psychiatrist Mihai Bran was in Adevarul Live to dismantle some of the preconceptions about mental illness affecting 1.1% of the population....
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How dangerous are schizophrenic patients? Myths and prejudices

In Romania, if you are unlucky to be diagnosed with a mental illness, you also face discrimination and stigmatization on the part of society. Few people with such problems find their resources to fight not only with the affection but also with people's prejudices.

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Telepsychiatry and telepsychology or how innovation in mental health looks

Mental health is a fascinating field where many specialties such as psychiatry, psychology, neurology give a hand to understand the mysteries of human brain functioning and the associated pathology. In Romania, there is the https://atla...

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Schizophrenia: Effective drug treatment and permanent social support

Schizophrenia is a complex brain disorder that affects nearly 1% of the world's population before the age of 60. At this point there is no treatment to cure the disease, but there are treatment plans that can make life easier for patients.

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Specific Phobias are treated by Virtual Therapy

What is a phobia? We all have things that frighten us or worry us. New places, insects, driving over high bridges or noisy lifts. And, while we sometimes try to avoid things that make us uncomfortable, we generally manage to control our fears and continue our day-to-d...

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What is the difference between depression and bipolarity

Do you have mood disorders? Are you sad? Enthusiasm unjustified? See what the difference between depression and bipolarity is. What is lacking in Romanian psychiatric care for those with schizophrenia?

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Negative thoughts: how to get rid of them and stay in control
Did you often want to stop thinking that way, because negative thoughts are hard to get rid of and get tired? Maybe it's work, money, or just something insignificant, but all you can do is keep thinking about problems....
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How do we get rid of “Holiday Longing”? Rule Number One: We never go back to the office on Monday

Post-holiday depression can occur to any person returning to their daily routine after a long vacation, especially if it was also a good and enjoyable one. The longer the vacation, the symptoms of depression may be more intense.

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How do we recognize a person suffering from Bipolar Disorder

In Romania, a diagnosis of mental illness means a war on all fronts. In addition to fighting the affection and a medical system that does not see this kind of affliction, patients are discriminated and even stigmatized for their suffering. Many people with mental illn...

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3 Misconceptions about Couple Therapy that increase the risk of divorce

More and more couples reach divorce, although they can often save their relationship with the help of a therapist. But they have preconceived ideas about psychotherapy ... Many couples do not maintain their relationship. Instead, they are overwhelmed by normal distrac...

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9 Surprising Findings of Psychologists about Anxiety

Learn about the solutions to reduce anxiety, why some people are very anxious and many more in the new studies.

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About Couple, Phobias, Virtual Therapy and Facereading Profilling at Guerrilla Morning

At Guerrilla Morning, with Dobro, Gilda and Matei in an intervention on Couple, Gamophobia, Specific Phobias, Virtual Therapy Exposure and last but not least about Profilling through Facereading.

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Anxiety Therapy – 5 proven effective relaxation techniques

Anxiety disorders are a growing pathology, and the actual number of people who suffer from anxiety is much higher than the figures show. People are often prescribed medications, but they are less effective in the long run and have side effects, so relaxation technique...

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The Advantages of Atlashelp versus Cabinet Therapy

Atlas has been thought of as a convenient way to access quality psychotherapeutic services, but also as a personal assistant to the therapist who wants to work online. Everything that happens in the physical cabinet is now moved online. It is not another form of thera...

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Clear signs when someone is lying! Learn to recognize the facial micro-expressions

How do we know when someone is lying? Profiling by face reading is a very quick diagnosis and evaluation. Face reading is a complex technique of understanding the human being psychologically based on reading facial features change in external or internal events for th...

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How Remus is cheating his wife every night after 23 pm
Remus, a man of 49 years, came one day to me, on the one hand puzzled, on the other embarrassed, but at the same time convinced that what he does is something normal and that all men are doing the same. But he just reached an impasse and he doesn't know how to manage the situation......
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How to overcome the wounds of the childhood

Do certain events occurring in childhood affect your life? You must not blame yourself and you have to learn to forgive those who have hurt you. Here are some important tips from the specialists with experience in the field.

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How to manifest the anger

Do you often get angry? This affects your relationship with your partner and your friends? Here are some secrets and you will learn how to master your anger and how not to be nervous.

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How can you change someone

People do not change easily, although you want this to happen. Learn some secrets provided by the specialists who will help you to convince someone to change his behavior.

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How to be smarter?

How to be smarter? What factors are influencing our intelligence? You will find in this presentation a few interesting and funny tips offered by experts.

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How can you tolerate your boss

Creating a solid working relationship with a difficult boss is possible, but not easy. People do not change easily. Same goes for our boss and for ourselves, too. Do not miss the advice of specialists, because you don't have to get sick of stress caused by him.

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How can you have a positive thinking
Do you want to be more optimistic? To think positively? Anyone can manage to think positively and to improve his live. Here is what experts in the field say about the limits of positive thinking....
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Live session of Virtual Therapy for the Fear of Flying with Razvan Pascu

Fear of flying can be treated in just 10 sessions at ID Therapy Bespoke Treatment Center using the exposure to the virtual environment. Virtual therapy worked in over 70% of cases. A number of other specific phobias such as fear of heights, fear of public speaking, fe...

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How to be less stressed

Stress exists through the simple fact that we live in society and we must adapt constantly. Stress is a matter of perception and reporting to what happens to us. Can we relieve stress? We invite you to follow a few tips to counter it.

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5 couple patterns that predict or not the breakup! Where do you fit?

Each couple is unique and it has his pattern of behavior. Each of the five has advantages and disadvantages. These couple categories were described by Dr. John Gottman following four decades of research.

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Myths and truths about troubled marriages: infidelity does not cause divorce

There are many beliefs about a lasting marriage inoculated by the society to which we belong, by the cultural values that have been transmitted, so we sometimes let ourselves influenced and we lose the essence. Fortunately, there are studies that have shown what is my...

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Cybersex addiction and how your relationship is affected

Compulsive cybersex users have an impaired cognition, the kind of disillusionment of those with sexual addiction. Addiction begins when they say to themselves that cybersex is not a problem in itself, because it is virtual.

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5 Rules binding in love: “anything positive in a relationship is a prelude”
Anything positive in a relationship is a prelude (Dr. John Gottman).Here are five simple ways to make your love and your relationship to last over time. Turn any moment, no matter how small, into an unforgettable experience. ...
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What is betrayal and when it goes really to adultery
Betrayal hurts very much. But when happens the transition to infidelity? What signs we have to consider and how thin is the border for adultery.Adultery begins with the first secret. Secrets change people and, without realizing, they are no longer able to love their partner. ...
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How to get rid of the fear of flight?
Are you afraid to fly the plane? Aerophobia (fear of flying) is in the top 10 phobias in the world. ID Bespoke Therapy Treatment Center is the only clinic in Romania using Virtual Reality Therapy (VRT) so for fear of flying and other phobias and addictions.Virtual reality therapy uses visual imm...
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How to choose a long-term partner

What should you think about when you want a long-term partner? Sexual attraction? Money? Both and many others? Make sure you know your own aspirations and those of your partner.

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The face – a window to the personality

Facial features are like an open window to the personality. Melancholy, suffering, optimism or sociability, all can be read on our face. Here's how to know better the people in front of you and even yourself.

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Compulsive shopping is bad for your health

The winter holidays causes buyers to make acquisitions irrational, often unplanned, which have nothing to do with their pragmatic and functional need. Also, some people suffer from seasonal affective imbalance, which is known as "winter blues".

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Alzheimer’s Disease – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
Alzheimer's Disease - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment. Starting with 7:01 minute you can see Prof. Dr. Maria Ladea, psychiatrist, Head of Section 3 of the Psychiatric Hospital "Prof. Dr. Alexandru Obregia" talking about a serious disease and more common these days - Alzheimer....
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Today “disobedient” children can be tomorrow’s well-paid adults. When Teacher punishes your child with the “red chair”
-Mommy, today at school the Teacher put me again on the red chair.-Why Mommy? What did you do?-Well, I didn't do an exercise of the themes that we have had....
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How important are desire and physical attraction in a couple?
What to do when the intimate relationships with the partner almost desappeared? Does the couple resist? Nadia Gorduza, psychotherapist, tells us how important are in a couple desire and physical attraction and how can we maintain them....
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Couple’s problems? It could be fixed!
Couple's problems? let's fix it/Starting with 43:55 minute you can see Dr Nadia Gorduza, couple psychotherapist, trainer for Gottman Institute, USA, Founder Id Therapy Bespoke Treatment Center talking about the advantages of couple therapy and live answering to guests questions. ...
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When you betray? Betrayal starts with the first secret not the first sex.
- It was once or 7 times?- What exactly? I asked- Sex.- But why the number matters?- Because if it was once, it could be just a mistake and maybe (s)he did not realized. I can forgive him/her! But if it was 7 times it means it was an affair... ...
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