The purpose of this book is to offer your a clear and simple set of solutions to common manifestations of irrational thought as well as favor the ability to focus on specific tasks and handle problems in life while rehabilitating behavior.
A human being isn’t a static organism, but dynamic. What we eat, feel, experience, and even our relation with, and interpretation of, our experiences, everything, influences our DNA. This said, we can’t predict changes in our future without precisely analyzing how we react to the situations presented before us. And these reactions start far before we’re born, with our mother.
For most of us, analyzing who is trustworthy or not, who can be a potential spouse or, on the contrary, a criminal or a psychopath, remains a very difficult task. The common person doesn’t really know how to detect psychopathic or sociopathic traits in others, and much less detect a highly moral and ethical individual.
For reasons that escape the awareness of most of us, happiness has turned into a mystical topic, something that seems difficult to acquire and to understand, even relative to many. Most would now simply claim that happiness depends on the personality of each individual, on our values and needs.
We trust doctors and mental health science out of lack of choices. But the more the population of the world is willing to cooperate with the system promoted by those that control it, the easier it is to proceed without rebellions and revolutions.
Before helping others, seeking for help, or even considering such thoughts, we must realize a fact that not many Therapists and Patients are willing to confront: Only those that help themselves can be helped!
Nobody can provide assistance when such is invalidated by its receptor; we can help as much as someone is willing to accept it.
In the field of health there’s something called the "point of no return", where an individual can’t be helped anymore, and there isn’t any therapy, physical or psychological, able to provide healing.
Interestingly, this situation includes mainly victims of lobotomy, electroconvulsive therapy and Prozac, while modern medicine commonly labels patients in such state as “terminal”.