While it's not fun to think of the end of our lives, if we don't look to our personal affairs, we risk leaving the people we love dealing with chaos when they are already grieving. One need only look to Steig Larsson, (author if you don't know) who left his live in lover out in the financial cold upon his untimely demise, to realize that if we want any say in what happens to our stuff after we die, we need to arrange our affairs before that moment. Not all inheritance laws are equal, so make sure you take the time to protect the people--and your legacy, before it's too late.
Not long ago, there was a post to several loops by a family member trying to let people know his mom had passed away. It was a sad post and difficult for the son, because he didn't know exactly who to inform. This got me thinking about what my family would be faced with if something happened to me. One thing I really need to do is update my contact list with basic info that my family can use. I'm still working on the exact wording, because "let this person know if I've died" seems kind of...I don't know. I certainly need to tag contacts by whether I have business dealings and/or if they are personal friends. Beyond the informing part of the situation, I also need to make it easy for my family to sort out my writing business and protect the rights to my intellectual property in the process. I have talked to my kids about what of my personal property they might be interested in. I love my books and other things I've collected, but the last thing I want is for them to become a burden to my family when they are already (at least I hope they will be) struggling with losing me. To be continued...
These are two seperate realities. I should know better and I do, yet something about living suggests that we need to make mistakes as part of our experience. It's as if we are programmed into making mistakes just to help keep things interesting. Which makes sense, since so many important discoveries are based upon when people make mistakes. Anyways. I have been sick the past week. In my energy practices one rule is you don't practice when you are sick. It just makes things worse. Silly me, I was so determined that I went ahead and continued and then over last weekend, still worked chores around the house. I treated the energy work as it were normal exercise (I also discovered to do a low level amount of work when mildly sick since it helps me heal faster normally, as it aids in my sleep cycles to be more complete and deeper).
Bad move, it just ended up getting me extremely sick, and for the last week now, I have been 100% exhausted and barely healing off the results of the bug. Feels like I have been living in molasses. Of course now, I really really understand why you don't practice qigong and energy exercises when sick. It opens up your entire body, down to the deepest parts of your being. Of course if you open yourself up that deeply then the virus also gets the opportunity to go extra deep into you also. Gads its not fun. I understood this concept before (you can be taught something but until you experience it it doesnt always sink in), I now fully accept it and at least I learned an extremely valuable lesson. Even if it means the past week was terrible in my body and mind being down and out. Hopefully this week I will be healed enough to get back to writing and responding to everyone. Live, learn and swirl I guess.
People get confused about the difference between psychologists and psychiatrist and for this reason, today we’ll find out all about it from a hypnotherapist in Abu Dhabi. First of all, psychology is when science works to understand behavior and mental development and to apply that understanding in the service of human well-being. There are many fields of psychology. Below is a list psychology practices:
- Positive psychology where, the focus is on people‘s positive experience and characteristics. These people explore what lead people to feel happiness.
- Biological psychology, these are the psychologists that use high-tech scanning devices and other tools to study how biological process in the brain affect behavior and mental processes.
- Cognitive psychology, are those that study judgment, how we make decisions and we solve problems and how we use our imagination. Also known as experimental psychologists, these people study how we perceive the world.
Ex: What do you see? An old or young man? “Husband and Father-In-Law” (Botwinick, 1961).
- Engineering psychology, when psychologists study human factors to help create better equipment in the world. These people study how we use keyboards, and open doors, and navigate our cars so they can create the most logical design for use.
Psychiatry is dealing with mental illness, such as depression, anxiety and so on, cured with medical treatment.
- A Psychologist will have a degree in psychology; counseling, or community health.
- A Psychiatrist is a medical doctors specializing in abnormal behavior.
There are differences between the two fields but psychiatrists and psychologists often work together in the treatment of patients. A psychologist and a psychiatrist are often confused as having the same meaning. While both study the brain, mind, emotions, feelings and thoughts, there is a distinct difference between the two fields of study. Psychology attempts to understand the role human behavior plays in social dynamics while incorporating physiological and neurological processes into its conceptions of mental functioning. Psychiatry adopts a medical approach but may take into account biological, psychological, and social-cultural perspectives.
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It begins in the year 1930 when Sock is discovered sitting in the window of an old toy shop somewhere in Dorset, telling of his time there and of the old shop keeper, describing his experience there in detail, making you wish you could take him in your arms and bring him home with you.When a passerby takes him home as a present for his newborn daughter, Sock finds himself living with a family in a rural village and he describes his life there and the characters he meets, including the coalman who calls on them every Friday. You also get to know his owner Dorothy. You also meet Dorothy's Father really well, the really attractive dark haired Bryn Jones, who becomes very popular with the women of the village. Dorothy shares her childhood with him and you share their life growing up in the village. They both manage to survive the war years, although it absolutely turns their lives upside down. You also learn how Sock lost both his ears and how he comes to terms with the way he looks, a part of the book that could possibly melt your heart. Dorothy becomes a very successful musician and travels the world with Sock.
He describes the people he meets, often making you smile. He also falls in love with another Old Teddy Bear who lives in America. The book is filled with his thoughts on life as seen, of course, through the eyes of an Old Teddy Bear. It includes poems too that will almost certainly make you think. The author started an on line shop supplying Antique Bears to collectors around the world back in 2009, after a lifetime of collecting and taking care of Teddy Bears. Talking to the many collectors she meets, she became overwhelmed by the very many stories she heard of people and their Teddy Bears. After writing two e-books "Teddy Bears & Me" and "Teddy Bears", she decided it was time to write a novel about a Teddy Bear's life story. What she really wanted to achieve with this novel is for you to go and find your Old Teddy Bear and give him a cuddle and remember the times you shared together. 'Choosing the Teddy Bear was really easy' she says. "He had so much character and I fell in love with him when I first saw him". Sock was given to her in 1995 by her brother as a Christmas present. He has such great character that the story just grew around him.
A Montreal pooch who disappeared last year has miraculously turned up some 4,500 kilometres away in Kamloops, B.C.The black Labrador named Pollux, shown in a photo handed out by her Montreal owner, is afraid of the water and detests the rain, yet she took an adventurous turn upon fleeing through a gate mistakenly left open at her east-end Montreal home last September 20. The black Labrador named Pollux, a rescue dog who hated water and rain, bolted from the backyard during a soggy day in October 2013 and left her east-end Montreal home. Her owners believe she fled through an open gate. It’s unclear what sorts of adventures the littlest hobo had next. All they know is that she finally wound up just outside Kamloops, B.C. where she was found last month. “She went from the east side of town to the west side of the country”, joked Isabelle Robitaille from her Montreal home on Wednesday. How she got to B.C. remains a mystery. Details of the trip remain a secret to everyone but Pollux. “We don’t know”, said Robitaille, who has a number of theories about what happened. “And she can’t talk”.