15 Common Ways to Deal with Pain – Defense Mechanisms


Jade the Mystic

It is not about what you face. It is is how you response it. I would like to review you the common way to deal with pain through 3 different level of defense mechanisms which will tell you how mature you can pass various situations.

Primitive Defense Mechanisms

1

The refusal to accept reality or fact to avoid dealing with painful feelings or slices of their life they don’t want to admit in their everyday lives.

Example: The alcoholic person will not accept the he is alcoholic.

2

Exhibiting earlier childhood behaviors he has long since overcome due to being overwhelmed with fear, anger and growing sexual impulses under stress

Example: Bedwetting, refusing to leave their bed and engage in normal

3

Express thoughts or feelings the person feels incapable of otherwise expressing to release pressure and feel flamer and peaceful once again.

Example: Instead of saying, “I’m angry with you,” a person…

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Cohabiting is not the same as marriage – 2


Love for A Lifetime

As a father pities his children, So the LORD pities those who fear Him. Psalm 103:13 (NKJV)

Alysse ElHage  in Parents magazine[i] writes about the challenges that children living in cohabiting relationships have, as opposed to those living with parents who are married.  Here are some about which she speaks:

Unstable Unions: Cohabiting couples tend to split up at higher rates than married couples. The Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study (FFCW), found that “nearly half of parents who are cohabiting at the time of their child’s birth break up within five years, compared to only 20% of married parents.”

Complex Families: According to the FFCW study, almost 40 percent of unmarried mothers will cohabit with a new partner after their relationship with their child’s father ends, and 14% will have another child with a new partner. Both the departure of a father and the arrival of…

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June 8 is National Jelly Donut Day


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Jelly-filled doughnut, or jelly doughnut,

is originated from Germany .

Did you know…

  1. The donut or doughnut is a deep-fried piece of dough or batter. It comes from the Dutch origin of olykoeck or “oily cake”. The two most common types of donuts are the flattened sphere (you know…the ones that are injected with jelly or custard) and the ring donut.
  2.  Internationally, Dunkin’ Donuts has over 1700 locations in 29 countries and over 6,000 stores in 30 countries world-wide! In the U.S. there are over 4,400 locations across 36 states.
  3. Krispy Kreme is probably best known for their fresh, hot, glazed, yeast-raised doughnuts. The company’s “Hot Doughnuts Now” flashing sign is an integral part of the brands appeal and fame.
  4.  Jelly-filled and Chocolate frosted also rank as their top sellers. Coconut Crunch, although not a number one seller, still remains one of the over 52 varieties of donuts the…

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Bill C-51: Why the opposition?


Jillian Page: Reflections on life in the global village

The other day, ISIS reportedly slaughtered 400 women and children in a village. Murdering defenceless people is what ISIS does, supposedly in the name of some antiquated, superstitious belief system that would essentially strip women of rights and make men behave like murderous lobotomized clones.

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