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Feelings And Moods

Author : Christophe André
ISBN : 0745651887
Genre : Psychology
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Happiness, sadness, compassion, resentment, despair: just some of the feelings and moods that characterize the lives of each one of us. They are part and parcel of our everyday lives and they affect everything we do, like a kind of mental climate that surrounds and permeates our activities and thoughts. But what exactly are these ever-present feelings and moods? Here the leading psychiatrist Christophe André analyses feelings and moods as the contents of consciousness that mix together emotions and thoughts, the background sensations and impressions that are less intense than primary emotions like anger but longer lasting and more influential – a slight feeling of guilt can poison the entire day. Their impact is more comprehensive because they owe their existence not to a particular situation or event that triggers them but rather to our relationship with the world in general. Drawing on his own practice as a psychiatrist, André explores some of the most important feelings and moods and shows how, by understanding them better, we can achieve a calmer, happier and more fulfilling life. Written in the fresh and accessible style that has won him a large international following, Feelings and Moods will appeal to a wide readership.
Category: Psychology

Mixed Feelings

Author : Marion Ledwig
ISBN : 9783110319453
Genre : Philosophy
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This book opens up a new area of research by not only considering the rationality of such diverse phenomena as ordinary emotions, generalized anxiety disorder, social phobia, psychotic depression, major depressive disorder, and bipolar disorder, but also by evaluating the question whether the vagueness of these diverse disorders and emotions poses an obstacle to the rationality of these phenomena. As these emotional phenomena turn out to be vague on many different levels, an explanation is found for the millennia long dispute of which kind of phenomena fall under the emotions and whether such diverse phenomena as hope and alexithymia fall under the emotions. Since vagueness can be most easily identified in mixed feelings, the rationality of mixed feelings will also be dealt with.
Category: Philosophy

Researching With Feeling

Author : Caroline Clarke
ISBN : 9781136160837
Genre : Business & Economics
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Why should researchers be interested in their feelings and emotions as they carry out research? Emotion is what it is to exist, to be human, and is present in every sphere of our lives. All activities are infused with emotion, even those that are constructed as ‘rational’, because rationality and emotionality are interpenetrated and entwined because all thinking is tinged with feeling, and all feeling is tinged with thinking. This book illuminates the emotional processes of doing social and organizational research, and the implications of this for the outcomes of research. With contributions from leading academics and research practitioners, it addresses the significant issue of the sometimes intense emotional experiences involved in doing research and the implications it has for the theory and practice of social research. By examining the nature of feelings and emotions, it explores how we might understand researchers’ emotions and experiences, and considers the often powerful feelings encountered in a variety of research contexts. Topics discussed include: power relations; psycho-social explanations of researcher emotions; paradoxical relations with research participants and the sometimes disturbing data that is gained; research supervision; the politics of research; gender; publishing, undergoing vivas and presenting at conferences. This book will therefore be a valuable companion to researchers and research students from the start of their career onwards.
Category: Business & Economics

Poetry Of Moods Feelings And Situations

Author : Michelle Lake
ISBN : 9781412010504
Genre : Poetry
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Ever thought of saying something but held back? Well, fear no more, we are all human, and maybe your thought has been echoed on the hearts of many!
Category: Poetry

Mind Your Mental Health Dealing With Moods Grief Depression Anxiety Eating Disorders More

Author : Kaz Cooke
ISBN : 9780857970855
Genre : Medical
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Help for times of anger, worry, moodiness or grief, and with depression, anxiety, eating disorders and other major mental health challenges, such as schizophrenia and bipolar and personality disorders. Practical, non-judgemental info from Kaz Cooke on how to plan an optimistic future and get help for yourself, or a friend or relative. With input from experts and quotes from real women, this ebook is based on the 'Feelings & Moods' and 'Mental Health' chapters of the bestselling book Women's Stuff. 'a must-have guide to life's challenges from relationships to health, housework and sex, with comments and quotes from women around the world.' B Magazine 'a manifesto for the modern Australian woman ... chock-a-block with oestrogen-charged information and advice (and) delivered with Cooke's signature irreverent and razor-sharp repartee.' Melbourne Weekly 'Fun, friendly and serious by turn ... There's no 'fibs, faff or fakery' here, ladies. This best friend gives it to you straight and with the best of intentions.' Sunday Mail (Brisbane
Category: Medical

Manage Your Mind

Author : Anurag P. Lakhlani
ISBN : 9781482833317
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 90.64 MB
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Why did my plant die? A child asked his mother in disbelief. I have daily cleaned all the leaves, sprinkled water on them, put the plant in sunlight, given it food, then why did it die? Tears were rolling down his eyes. With love, his mother embraced him and said. Dear, you needed to water the roots, not the leaves. When it comes to emotional intelligence, feelings, moods, anxiety and stress, are we watering the roots? This book explores practical and common sense approaches to manage the mind. Quick Action Tools can help you shift your unwanted state of mind in very short time and quickly elicit the desired state of mind. Readers participation is encouraged for developing ones toolset. Deep Action Tools can water the roots to develop your broader understanding of self identity and purpose of life. Ten methods of meditation that can be easily practiced are discussed. A strategy is developed to manage mind efficiently. Selected emotions, feelings and moods are explored. Discussion on stress management is included. The book provides valuable tools to manage emotions, feelings, moods, and stress by managing ones mind.
Category: Self-Help

Aarp The Food Mood Solution

Author : Jack Challem
ISBN : 9781118245804
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 35.89 MB
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AARP Digital Editions offer you practical tips, proven solutions, and expert guidance. In The Food-Mood Solution, renowned nutrition expert Jack Challem isolates the nutritional triggers of bad moods, providing solutions that will help you stabilize your moods, gain energy, sleep better, handle stress, and be more focused. Challem lays out a clear-cut, four-step plan for feeding the brain the right nutrition, presenting advice on choosing the right foods and supplements as well as improving lifestyle habits to help regulate mood swings.
Category: Health & Fitness

Heuristics And Biases

Author : Thomas Gilovich
ISBN : 0521796792
Genre : Psychology
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This book, first published in 2002, compiles psychologists' best attempts to answer important questions about intuitive judgment.
Category: Psychology

Psychology Of Moods

Author : Anita V. Clark
ISBN : 1594543097
Genre : Psychology
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A mood is defined as the prevailing psychological state (habitual or relatively temporary). It is further defined as a feeling, state or prolonged emotion that influences the whole of one's psychic life. It can relate to passion or feeling; humour; as a melancholy mood or a suppliant mood. Mood can and does affect perceived health, personal confidence, one's perceptions of the world around us and our actions based on those perceptions. Moods can and do change often although mood swings of a sharp nature may be a symptom of underlying disease. Moods may signify happiness, anger, tension, or anxiety. Chronic periods of any mood state may be an indicator of a disorder as well. This new book gathers important research from throughout the world in this rapidly changing field.
Category: Psychology