Psychological trauma treatment
Psychologists advice on how to overcome psychological traumas, mental crisis and other psychological problemsConsider professional advice on how to overcome psychological traumas, mental crisis and other psychological problems.
The key recommendations on how to overcome a psychological trauma, emotional trauma and mental crisis are similar for almost any crisis situation. There are means which help well with various psychological problems; whether it is a trauma of separation with a beloved one, divorce or suicidal thoughts or emotional affairs. The practical advice in this section will help you change your life, learn to control your emotional state, find tranquillity and joy by means of your own personal resources and psychological change.
How would you love yourself? Medicine from disliking
When this drama happened, like from the high mountains, I suddenly overlooked life, what it was and what it will be. I have clearly seen - a little bit more and soon life will end. I will come to it with the same selfishness, cowardice, shivered little man with a grim face. "Why have you lived?", -they will ask. "How have you adorned the world? Whom have you made happy?" And I will have nothing to answer.
Who dictates us obsessional thoughts?
Michael Khasminski, crisis physiologist
False ideas attempting to get a control over us come in the form of obsessional thoughts. Every day our consciousness is attacked by them. This impedes us to take a sober view of a situation, to make plans and believe in their accomplishment; such thoughts don’t allow us to concentrate and find resources to solve our problems, they drain our strength and drive to despair resulting often in suicidal ideas.
Solid support to overcome crisis
Crisis psychologist Michael Khasminski
Most of female magazines and some apology for psychologists give irresponsible advices, which cause still worse conditions and serious results. The advices could be the following: ‘Forget your psychological traumatic experience (person, situation etc.)’. But how to forget it?