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this is evidenced over the years... in mental health, modern perception and understanding is that people experience episodes of poor mental health, such as psyshosis. today these are regarded as such in the more advanced mental health circles. in the past, and unforunately in many traditional mental health services, a diagnosis of schitzophrenia was/is slapped upon these people... effectively telling them they have a life long serious mental illness, and the conditioned trust of doctors they hold, effectively makes these people suffer from lifelong mental illness!!!
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Creative Truths Nice series called Creative Truths by Shirley-Ann Dick . 28th of September 2010 Probably Related
Photography seems easy at first glance. You simply make your frame and press the shutter button. The reality is, everyone can take a photo but not all can master it. There’s more to photography than just simply “point and shoot .” Photography is a skill only a handful have the patience and the passion to stick with. Photography students and enthusiasts must educate themselves with many technical terms such as aperture, shutter speed, focus and exposure.
I 'STUMBLED UPON' THIS POST AT 'LIVE THE CHARMED LIFE' AND I LOVED IT SO MUCH, I JUST HAD TO SHARE IT! It begins... You see, when we’re born we see the world in an uncomplicated way. We know what we need, and we ask for it. We like nice people, and we don’t like mean people. We sleep when we’re tired, we eat when we’re hungry, and we stop eating when we’re full.
It's time to refresh our brains with another list of fascinating factlets. These mini-facts are all science based and should be news to some readers. 1. Raindrops are not shaped like a teardrop (as they are almost always depicted in drawings) – they are actually spherical. 2. When something "sublimes" it turns directly into a gas from a solid – bypassing the liquid state.
I would imagine from your post that you grew up in home of confessing Christian, but one who did not actually live their lives as followers of Christ. Miller (1998) calls these types split personality Christians in which they attend church but do not live any other part of their life as a Christian. It is a particular worldview that he also calls evangelical gnosticism. He states that “never haring the challenge to be consciously Christian in their daily lives, they are conformed to the pattern of this world and have secular minds,” (p. 47).