Take risks that don’t put your future at risk

Don’t be scared of taking risks and doing what you want. Thinking about it will not get you anywhere, in this life you reap what you have sown. Are you sowing?

A have a few more questions:

1. Are you fighting for what you want or what you want is fighting you? You know what you want, why not go get it instead of losing sleep over it.

2. Are you doing anything today that will add or subtract to your future? Invest in your future, sometimes not spending is investing (even time).

3. Are your dreams scaring you and chasing you instead of you chasing them, are you fleeing from them? Then those are the dreams that you need to turn around and go after. That’s your calling, God will take care of the rest, but you have to take the first step.

4. Are you tired of belonging to the government, the society, your boss, “what people may think”? Be the government, contribute to society and be your own boss, give them something to talk about.

5. Is your view too small or too broad , can you visualize yourself 3 years from now?

If you’re view is too small is because you need to believe in yourself (you’re more), if your view seems to big is because you lack perspective, and if you can’t see the vision is because you’re stuck looking back and further action is required.

•do something amazing •right there •right now •take action •move forward •go for it •you can do it •dream •believe •achieve •don’t quit •make history #women #men #youth #children •you’re capable •trust God •have-faith #lifecoach #couseling #freeadvice #psychology

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-Denise K.


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Fibromyalgia in your brain

The wealth of experimental evidence showing that FM patients are hypersensitive to painful stimuli, as well as unpleasant stimuli from other sensory modalities, in conjunction with functional brain imaging data showing increased stimulus-evoked activation throughout nociceptive pathways, shows that the defining symptom of FM—increased pain—is in fact real and not just a response bias of the patients. The finding that perception is increased in multiple modalities speaks against the hypothesis that FM pain is due to an upregulation of peripheral nociceptive processes. Further, psychophysical evidence that descending modulatory systems are altered in FM patients supports the opposing idea that FM symptoms are at least in part caused by alterations in CNS processing of the pain signal, including a dysregulation of pain modulatory systems. Nevertheless, the apparent dysregulation within these systems could be caused and/or perpetuated by a tonic activation related to the presence of ongoing widespread pain, so that the systems are saturated and cannot regulate further in response to external stimuli.

To read more about this follow the link, if you have any questions or wonder how this affects your emotional state of mind contact me.

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/prt/2012/585419/