To be able to stay in ... ... middle of paper ... ...t quench Love, nor floods wash it away." (Songs 8:7) Love is powerful and beautiful if one knows how to show and possess it. Granted it can cause problems, but it has answers too. To say that love is subjective would be an understatement, but in order to have it we must first look within ourselves. Love is having compassion for others, sharing feelings and your life with another person, as well as, having faith in others and forgiving those we love for the any errs that they may make.
Some say Love is a person’s psychological strength which makes the person stronger through the harmonization of the personality, through obtaining a constant source of positive emotions. Meaning loving something makes you stronger and a better person because your are willing to put yourself on the line for something or someone else’s benefit. But that 's not necessarily true. Sometimes people can’t let go because of love and end up making others suffer greatly. Or they can’t share the love and end up killing it .
Love never heals the sick or weak, but it does have a powerful influence on our well-being. Love is not all about living in the reality of things. However, at the end of it all they still represent what someone feels love is and the main theme in both of these poems is love. Even though they are comprised of the same theme they are very much different on the point of view of love and also structure. Their prospective on love can cause these poems not to be paired together because they are so different.
Although, he tries to better himself, Yunior’s awful treatment to women prohibit him from attaining a significant connection with them. His dishonesty erodes his strength, health, and his relationships with not only women, but his family and friends. Yunior realizes that his own heartbreak was his own fault due to betraying his fiance. His language of objectifying women only makes the reader see how disrespectful he is towards females. His words and actions towards his past lovers make him regretful and guilty for the hurt he put them though.
Through these experiences, depression began to scare me because of how inferior and worthless it can make a person feel, and where these low feelings would lead to. I realized that depression should not be allowed to dominate a person’s life as it would slowly eat him away. I felt I had to find out what depression really is, what causes it, and most of all, how to deal with it. There are two main types of depression: minor depression and major depression. First of all, minor depression is the type of depression that is encountered most in our lives.
Life is too short, as we all have heard a lot, and to be unhappy and depressed is not at all healthy. Stress magnifies this and causes your emotions to fluctuate, becoming unbalanced. A humans natural defense to depression is to release endorphins and when stress gets in the way these natural solutions are blocked. It is hard to control your stress levels but is necessary. To fight against depression we need to learn how to handle stress first and then we can look into handling depression.
A loving relationship should not be full of pain and sorrow. If it is, then it 's time to take action and work on healing the relationship. In fact, your number one goal should be to create a healthy relationship again because it impacts your life in such a profound way. Your career, success, health, other relationships, and everything else will be impacted negatively when your relationship is unwell. The Hardest Thing To Do Can Also Be The Best Thing To Do When a relationship is in trouble, most of us cling on to the other person for fear we will lose them.
I 've noticed a sad trend. Too many people are learning unhealthy ways of being in relationships from their family, friends, and other sources. What 's worse is that often they don 't even realize how their behavior in the relationship is driving their partner away. Have you learned unhealthy ways of being in relationships? Are you making big mistakes that can drive your partner away?
Understanding grief and the grieving process may not alleviate the pain that you are experiencing right now. However, recognizing the grief process may help stop the sheer panic of not knowing what is going to happen next. Many people use the words grief and mourning interchangeably. These two terms, though similar have different meanings. Grief is what we feel, the ache in our heart that is so hard to describe.
Stigma is a barrier for treatment and is harmful to society, as well as being a sign of a toxic community. The biggest obstacle in the goal to eradicate mental health stigma is that many people aren’t aware of what a mental disorders are, and how commonly they occur. Many people associate people with mental illness (also called psychological disorders) as “crazy” or “insane”. However, these disorders can be as simple as attention and hyperactivity problems (ADHD), stress disorders, and depression. There are of course more serious issues like bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia, but even those can be handled with proper methods of medication and therapeutic assistance.