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xx How not to deal with frustrated people
April 24, 2018, 05:49:17 PM by Isaac Adeniran
Dealing with frustrated People. By Oladipo Akinremi

The purported Story behind the picture  of the dead man at onigbongbo bus stop in Maryland Lagos goes thus ...

"A danfo brushed his car, and the man left his car, removed his shoes and ran after the danfo, he tried to hold the bus but the bus conductor pushed him away and another danfo coming knocked him down and that was the end."

Relate this to the scenarios below:

Scenario 1:
Two men were involved in a road rage in the ever busy Nyanya road in Abuja. One brushed the other unintentionally.

The fellow whose car was brushed pursued the other fellow, blocked him, came out of his car with his wheel spanner and commenced to break the head lamp of the other fellow.

xx Do u have anyone suffering from partial stroke
August 28, 2017, 07:38:09 PM by Isaac Adeniran
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Do u have anyone suffering from partial stroke, do you care enough to see them back to their feet? Then share this info with them.
The President of Phillipines had partial stroke and his face was badly bent. 3wks into consistent wearing of these special health shoes, they corrected both his conditions and repaired his impaired face.
Videos on this are available on request

Who needs to wear these Special health Shoes?

• People suffering from chronic diseases, or on medication for a
long time.

• People who suffer Cervical diseases

• People suffering Stroke, back/joint pains and Spinal Cord issues.

xx How stress damage your brain and how to reverse it
September 03, 2016, 10:26:58 AM by Isaac Adeniran
We all know that living under stressful conditions has serious emotional, even physical, consequences. So why do we have so much trouble taking action to reduce our stress levels and improve our lives?

Researchers at Yale University finally have the answer. They found that stress reduces the volume of grey matter in the areas of the brain responsible for self-control.

So experiencing stress actually makes it more difficult to deal with future stress because it diminishes your ability to take control of the situation, manage your stress and keep things from getting out of control.

A vicious cycle if there ever was one.

But don't be disheartened. It's not impossible to reduce your stress levels; you just need to make managing stress a higher priority if you want to reverse this effect.

The sooner you start managing your stress effectively, the easier it will be to keep unexpected stress from causing damage in the future.

"The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another." -William James

Luckily, the plasticity of the brain allows it to mold, change, and rebuild damaged areas as you practice new behaviors.

So implementing healthy stress-relieving techniques can train your brain to handle stress more effectively and decrease the likelihood of ill effects from stress in the future.

Here are seven strategies to help you fix your brain and keep your stress under control:

1. Say No

Research conducted at the University of California, San Francisco, shows that the more difficulty that you have saying no, the more likely you are to experience stress, burnout, and even depression. Saying no is indeed a major challenge for many people.

"No" is a powerful word that you should not be afraid to wield. When it's time to say no, avoid phrases such as "I don't think I can" or "I'm not certain." Saying no to a new commitment honors your existing commitments and gives you the opportunity to successfully fulfill them.
clip How to remove major sources of stress
August 17, 2016, 11:23:19 PM by Isaac Adeniran
Did you know that a major source of stress in your life is the "fear of rejection" or "fear of criticism"? This fear of rejection manifests itself in an over-concern for the approval or disapproval of your boss or other people. The fear of rejection is often learned in early childhood as the result of a parent giving the child what psychologists call "conditional love." Have you ever experienced this type of fear?

Rise Above the Need for Approval

Many parents made the mistake of giving love and approval to their children only when their children did something that they wanted them to do. A child who has grown up with this kind of conditional love tends to seek for unconditional approval from others all his or her life. When the child becomes an adult, this need for approval from the parent is transferred to the workplace and onto the boss. The adult employee can then become preoccupied with the opinion of the boss. This preoccupation can lead to an obsession to perform to some undetermined high standard.

Avoid Type A Behavior

Doctors Rosenman and Friedman, two San Francisco heart specialists, have defined this obsession for performance as "Type A behavior." Experts have concluded that approximately 60% of men and as many as 30% of women are people with Type A behavior.

Don't Burn Yourself Out

This Type A behavior can vary from mild forms to extreme cases. People who are what they call "true Type A's" usually put so much pressure on themselves to perform in order to please their bosses that they burn themselves out. They often die of heart attacks before the age of 55. This Type A behavior, triggered by conditional love in childhood, is a very serious stress-related phenomenon in the American workplace.
clip How To Reduce The Stresses and Worries in Life
May 13, 2016, 10:41:15 PM by Wale Adeleke
I was blessed by this post, so I decided to share:

A Psychologist walked
around a room while
teaching Stress Management to an
As she raised a
glass of water, everyone expected they'd be asked
"Half empty or Half full" question.

Instead, with a
smile on her face, she
"How heavy is this glass of water?"
Answers called out ranged from 8 oz. to 20 oz.

She replied,
"The absolute weight doesn't matter.
It depends on how long I hold it.

If I hold it for a
it's not a problem.

If I hold it for an hour,
I'll have an ache in my arm.

If I hold it for a day,
my arm will feel numb and paralyzed.

In each case,
the weight of the glass
doesn't change,


The longer I hold it,
the heavier it becomes.

She continued,
"The Stresses and Worries in Life , are like that Glass of Water...

Think about them for
a while and nothing

Think about them
a bit longer and they begin to hurt.


If you think
about them all day long,
you will feel paralysed –
incapable of doing

Phil 4:6 do not be anxious about anything but in every situation by prayer and petition with thanksgiving present your requests to God

Remember to put the glass down and pray. You have a loving father who loves you. And after Prayer please do not pick the glass up. Leave it at the feet of Jesus. He is more than able, nothing is impossible for Him to do.

Hello,Do not let anything or anyone steal your joy...nothing's worth it. Stay blessed!
xx 4 Signs That You May Have Too Much Stress In Your Life
November 19, 2015, 10:15:41 PM by Wale Adeleke

Stress is taken for granted these days as “part of life,” and while there is such a thing as “healthy” stress, that helps us grow, most of our stress is chronic, damaging and unhealthy. Below are 4 signs that indicate unhealthy levels of stress in your life.
Which apply to you right now?

1.   Mental signs

Difficulty concentrating
Trouble making decisions
Negative outlook on life
Anxious or racing thoughts
Constant worrying

2.  Emotional Symptoms signs

General Moodiness
Irritability or short temper
Agitation, anger and the inability to relax
Feeling overwhelmed with life
Feeling lonely and isolated
Depression or general unhappiness

3.   Physical Symptoms

Aches and pains in the body
Diarrhea or constipation, bowel problems
Nausea, dizziness, vertigo
Chest pain, rapid heartbeat, pounding of the heart
Loss of sex drive
Frequent colds/flus

4.  Behavioral Symptoms

Eating more or less
Sleeping too much or too little
Isolating yourself from others
Procrastinating or neglecting life’s responsibilities
Using alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs to relax, or in excess
Nervous habits
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