Whenever a thought comes to your mind, say to yourself perhaps the opposite of it is also true to some extent

  • We live in a friendly world; this world is not a friendly place.

 

  • There is an ultimate meaning to human life; there is no ultimate meaning to human life.

 

  • People are selfish; they care about us.

 

  • I am smart; I have been foolish.

 

  • I am knowledgeable; my knowledge is very limited.

 

  • My parents understand me; they don’t understand me.

 

  • My friends care about me; they don’t care about me.

 

  • It is good to have pleasurable experiences, it is good to experience unpleasant situations – as they teach us more than our pleasurable experiences.

 

  • Ignoring people’s faults is a good thing, being mindful of their faults is a good thing.

 

  • You should have the ability to work with unpleasant people; you should stay away from unpleasant people

 

  • Live as if today is your last day, live as if you will live for eternity.

 

  • We are not in full control of our lives; we are in full control of our life.

 

  • It is good to be in solitude, it is good to be in the company of others.

 

  • Silence is a sign of strength; silence can be a sign of weakness.

 

  • You can’t change the destiny of anyone apart from yourself in the slightest. One person can change the whole world, look at Jesus, Buddha, Gandhi, Prophet Mohammed, Abraham Lincoln etc.

 

  • Childhood adversity can make you a strong person, it can break you down.

 

  • If you want to develop strong positive characters in society – it’s good to catch people young, catching people young and indoctrinating their minds can create serious conflicts in their minds, they will be set upon a task they are not ready for.

 

(1) Your body is a shrine of the lord, the Being inside is worthy of worship – Swami Rama

(2) You body is temporary, like a puddle of water on the street and will disappear soon (and your youth much quicker) – Kabir

(3) take care of your body the way to take care of a wound – otherwise, your suffering  will increase – Buddha

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© Kishore Chandiramani, Consultant Psychiatrist
Emotions Clinic, Education and Training Centre Cic, Staffordshire, England
www.undoyourstress.com

Image courtesy:https://www.ravishly.com/2015/01/03/can-opposites-attract-and-have-happy-relationships

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PHQ-9 Score Summary

Score Depression severity Comments
0-4 Minimal or none Monitor; may not require treatment
5-9 Mild Use clinical judgment (symptom duration, functional impairment) to determine necessity of treatment
10-14 Moderate
15-19 Moderately severe Warrants active treatment with psychotherapy, medications, or combination
20-27 Severe

GAD-7 Score Summary

Score Symptom Severity Comments
7-10 Moderate Possible clinically significant condition
11-15 Moderately Severe Recomended consult doctor
>15 Severe Active treatment probably warranted

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