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This is for my school work and i'm really bad at tagalog, is anyone kind enough to do this for me, thank you!!!! 😀
Regardless of your emotional state, it is the ability of getting yourself to take action. According to many philosophers, self disciple is like muscle, the more you train it, the more you enjoy the result. It is a kind of progressive training, which means once you succeed, you increase the challenge for yourself. For instance, if you are working out for same weights, you won't get stronger muscles.
Self discipline is one of the many tools available to enhance your personal development.
In order to achieve something better in life, it is very important to develop self discipline because self discipline is a key for developing your personality. It is very important to empower your will, because it is responsible for self discipline. Why people blame their failures and unhappiness on others? Why they don't taking responsibility for their own failure and unhappiness? The answers of these questions are hidden in the self irresponsibility, lack of confidence, fear and lack of conscience. These all negative things can be perished by empowering your personality. Personal discipline is nothing but a sort of training of the brain.
Once you learn how to discipline yourself and empower your mind, you will be amazed by the results, because self discipline results in personal development and ultimately leads to success. There are few tips in order to boost your power of self discipline and hence enhance your personality. These are as follows-
1.You should focus on your goals. For instance, focus on losing 30 or 40 pounds (according to your health) rather then focus on losing some weight. You should set particular target and concentrate on it.
2.You should set the time frame for your goal. For instance, set target to lose 30 pounds in 40 days rather then lose some weight in few months. If your goal is big, then you will increase your time frame.
3.Always set high standard-don't compare yourself with others. Set standards and your own goals.
4.Self motivation will be very helpful for strengthen self-discipline.
These are few tips or guidelines which are very helpful to enhance self discipline and hence strengthen you personality development. Always remember there are five pillars on which self- discipline can be staked. These pillars are acceptance, willpower, hard work, industry and persistence. A WHIP- is a convenient way to remember these pillars. These pillar needs to be fortified for enhancing your self discipline.
There are four types of personal developments which can be achieved on the bases of strong will power or self-discipline. Assertiveness, Submissiveness, Manipulative, Aggressiveness are four types of personal development.
Assertiveness is what you want clearly, firmly; acknowledging and gently your own right and state what you want from other as well as from yourself.
Submissiveness is always keeping at peace and getting along well with others.
Aggressiveness is not being considerate because it is negative feeling; one has to overcome his or her anger to enhance their personality.
Manipulative person is always attacking others and making them fell guilty. Thus, you should suppress this in order to achieve good personality.
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Woaaah, that is away too long for me to translate. I don't even think anyone in the Philippines would be willing to do it even if you gave them a free sack of rice :/
From the Endo Research Center at www.endocenter.org. You should also contact them for a copy of Dr. Deborah Metzger's "4 Pillars of Healing" packet, which has a ton of alternative treatment info including herbs, diet/nutrition, etc.
Shiatsu: a Japanese finger-pressure technique similar to massage, Shiatsu stimulates Ki (which is the same as Chinese Ch'i) to balance freeflow and thereby eliminate pain. For more information, contact the Shiatsu Therapy Center at 916/453-1770 and/or the Ohasi Shiatsu Institute at 212/684-4190.
Naturopathy: "Nature Cures." Healing methods often include combinations of fasting, vitamin and mineral therapy, color therapy, colonics, hydrotherapy, herbs, breathing exercises, physical exercise, massage, joint manipulation, and acupuncture, among others. Contact the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians at 206/323-7610 for more information.
Biofeedback: altering of body processes such as heart rate, muscle activity, skin temperature, and brain wave activity. This is done through the use of electrodes attached to the skin which convert minute physiological, chemical or electrical changes into auditory or visual signals. Please contact the American Association of Biofeedback Clinicians at 312/827-0440 for additional information.
Osteopathy: Osteopaths believe pain be relieved by correcting structural problems through the manipulation of muscles, ligaments and bones. You can reach the American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians & Gynecologists by calling 313/332-6360 for more details.
Homeopathic therapy: Homeopaths stimulate and bolster healing mechanisms within the body through minute doses of natural remedies that would in healthy persons, produce the symptoms of Endo. Homeopaths believe "like cures like." Treatments can take up to a year and include remedies made from natural substances like minerals, salt and herbs. Common treatments for Endometriosis pain include thuja and sepia. You can learn more by contacting the International Foundation for Homeopathy at 206/324-8230.
Chiropractics: differs from osteopathic treatment in that Chiropractors believe the disease can be relieved by correcting dislocations (subluxations) in the musculoskeletal system alone. Areas concentrated on include primarily the lumbar spine and the thoracic spine area (which also has beneficial effects on the immune system, long thought to be involved in the basis of Endometriosis). For more information, call the American Chiropractic Association at 800/986-4636.
Acupuncture: insertion of thin needles at various points in the skin. Is said to bring relief to women suffering from Endo pain, menstrual cramping, and post-op pain as well. According to Chinese philosophy, good health results as a balance and freeflow of Ch'i through "the meridians," while illness is an imbalance, stagnation, or an obstruction of Ch'i in a "meridian." Placement of the needles on the various points linked by the meridians is believed to restore the balance and flow of Ch'i. This might help eliminate symptoms and reduce pain. In "Endometriosis: A Natural Approach," author Jo Mears noted that some researchers believe that "Endometriosis is a 'blood stagnation condition.' The acupuncturist tries to get the blood and energy flow moving again by using the spleen meridians and liver points, all of which are found in the legs, feet and toes." Other researchers believe that acupuncture releases endorphins, a natural painkiller produced by the body. Call the American Foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine at 415/776-0502 for further details.
TENS electrotherapy: Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. A TENS unit is a small machine which conducts an electric current through electrodes placed on the painful areas. When it is successful, pain relief is often very quick. Ask your doctor for more information on obtaining a TENS unit.
Bach Flower: Remedies originated by Dr. Nelson Bach. The basis for this treatment is that every disorder arises from inner imbalances that can be cured by nature through healing plants, sunlight, spring water and fresh air. Applications include gentian, crab apple and pine. For more info, contact the Bach Flower Program at Bo 0185, Baldwin, NY, 11510.
Exercise: While not necessarily an "alternative" treatment, exercise is a demonstrated stress reliever, pain reducer, and depression fighter because it stimulates the release of endorphins, natural painkillers.
Aromatherapy: Using essential oils extracted from plants. Some oils have been found to have anti viral, anti fungal and even antibacterial properties. Effective oils in Endometriosis relief include sage, cypress, fennel, bergamot and geranium. For more information, contact the American Alliance of Aromatherapy, Box 309, Depoe Bay, OR 97341.
Reflexology: Similar to acupuncture's meridian theory. Reflexologists believe that the entire body is represented by points within the foot. These points are massaged, thereby stimulating a reflect action in the corresponding tissue or organ. Endometriosis treatment involves points which, in particular, help uterine cramping. You may contact the International Institute of Reflexology at PO Box 12642, St. Petersburg, FL 33733.
Herbs: Herbalists believe this form of treatment works because of the impact selected remedies have on excess levels of estrogen. Because the liver is responsible for breaking down estrogen, it has been suggested that a weakness in the liver may be indirectly involved in the flare of Endometriosis and if treated, can have a relieving effect on symptoms. A Naturopathic physician in Canada reported the cases of 15 women with Endo who were treated with an herbal preparation known to stimulate liver function – dandelion, beet leaves, cascara and Uva ursi. After several months, 12 of the 15 women were symptom-free. Various herbs said to be helpful in relieving Endo pain include: Blue Cohosh, Cranberry, Plantain, St. John's Wort, Peppermint, Valerian, Dong Quai, False Unicorn, Evening Primrose Oil, Chasteberry/Vitex, Black Cohosh, Uva Ursi, Couchgrass, Red Raspberry, Yam, and White Willow. Check with a licensed professional as to dosing, interactions and regimens. Contact the American Botanical Council at 512/331-8868 for more information.
Other complementary practices include Reiki, visualization, breathing techniques, meditation, stress management and touch healings.
I desire to keep eating and eating and eating but I can't because my stomach tells me it is full but my brain says more! More! More!
I suppose it's my genes (genetics) that causes me to listen more to my stomach than my brain, however, I am wondering why this is?
I THINK THEY'RE PUTTING SOMETHING IN OUR FOOD OR WATER THAT IS CAUSING THIS!!!
What do you think?
Wow haha so many AWFUL answers!! Haha where do they come up with this crap?
Pillar, so far it does not seem to have done your figure harm. It certainly does with most people and I believe like with most people who constantly eat, that there is something else that they try to block out of their lives or something that stresses them out, something that happened and most people who eat a lot, don't do this because they are greedy pigs but some emotional issues are often behind it, and once one finds out the real reason, one has to deal with that and then replace the eating by dealing with the problem and if one eats out of stress, then one has to find a way to change ones schedule to make some room for oneself to get some time to oneself to do some fun things…and learn to relax.
Maybe you are unhappy with some aspect in your life and try to compensate for it with food or something is lacking from your life and you compensate subconsiously by finding comfort in eating…
The brain tells the body to eat, you are right but you should eat a normal sized meal and drink water..eat a salad before you eat your main meal…the salad will be filling…and after you finished a normal portion of food, wait 20 minutes and only if you still have hunger pangs after that, then eat some more…if your body is full, it should also tell your brain ''Enough is enough'' ''Stop'' . I told you I managed to gain 60 lbs and believe me, that is not difficult to gain weight and such a big amount if one just don't exercise but I was very active, on my legs all day long…as a health care worker..and it also happens often that nurses who take such good care of patients, don't take care of themselves and they grab junk food and then in the afternoon go to the candymachine and eat potato chips or sweets, and so they get fat, and that's not great…one should make the effort to take something to work that is healthy…and snack on healthy things. If you get very hungry, you can eat the fat free microwave popcorn that has no sugar and no butter in it…you can eat as much as you want of that…and have a smoothie, that is filling but nutritious… If you have a blender get some strawberries ..washed and cut into halves and half a banana and some milk and 2 to 3 tablespoonfuls of plain yoghourt..blend it…and it's ready to drink…That has calcium and vitamins and it should fill you up for a while and you should exercise…but dont' exercise on a full stomach…
Find some time in between. You can have a snack and then exercise and you should eat within 30 minutes after you have finished your exercises…Stay hydrated, drink a lot of filtered water or herbal or fruit teas. You can use teabags of fruit tea and boil water and add some bags..let it cool down…then put it in a clean bottle and add a little bit of sugar…and lemon if you want to and put it in the fridge then you can have your own ice tea that has a lot less sugar than the ice tea has which you buy…and you can add a little fresh mint and some ice cubes when you put it in a glass to drink it…
If your body and belly hurt…your body is trying to tell your brain ''Enough I am full'' so try that. I managed to gain 60 lbs and never ate until it hurt…LOL..and believe me it was ever so hard to lose 40 lbs …and now I am happy that I can fit into a size 10 again..it was awful to look like Little Queen Victoria in a size 16…5ft 4 and wearing black and looking fat..and having no self confidence because I got obese…Now I am back to a BMI of 24 which is normal…18 to 24 is a normal Body mass index..xxx.