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What is the basis of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Love is displayed through specific demeanor. It is the language of respect and displays room for incompleteness. Every human being needs to be loved though the look in some-ones eyes, their tone of voice, their soft, gentle touch and the words used when communicating. Time set aside unhindered, to fellowship and enjoy the freedom to discover and experiment new things are love in action.
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The Effects of Exercise on the Brain
Exercise has been touted to do everything from treat depression to improve memory, with the power to cure a host of problems while preventing even more. In particular, exercise leads to the release of certain neurotransmitters in the brain that alleviate pain, both physical and mental. Additionally, it is one of the few ways scientists have found to generate new neurons. Much of the research done in this area has focused on running, but all types of aerobic exercise provide benefits. Although the exact nature of these benefits is still being determined, enough research has been done to provide even skeptics with a motivation to take up exercise.
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The Role of the Heart in the Process of Change
The heart as the Hebrew word ‘leb’ or as the Greek word ‘kardia’ occurs nine hundred thirty five (935) times in the Word of God. Surely then it should enjoy high priority in the whole psyche of man. The word ‘leb’ is often also translated as mind or will. It is drawn from the root ‘lebab’ meaning: ‘the most interior organ’ and also from ‘labab’ meaning: to be enclosed (Strong, J.; Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance).
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