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Dec
27
comment How to control the urge of refreshing the forum pages to see if someone has replied?
I check out what is RSS, thanks. I addiction towards forums etc. is like cocaine, I can control for some time, but then again I am back to square one. :(
Dec
27
comment How to control the urge of refreshing the forum pages to see if someone has replied?
Thanks, I realize the importance of words. The problem is that I really don't have a major purpose in my life. I am living because I am alive. Do you know any particular courses in meditation?
Dec
23
asked How to control the urge of refreshing the forum pages to see if someone has replied?
Dec
20
accepted How to overcome “hyper” sensitivity?
Dec
17
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
5
comment How to overcome “hyper” sensitivity?
@AdamWuerl BTW, a polite moderator is a rare species. ;D The only other forum on which I have seen this kind of politeness is LinuxQuestions.org.
Dec
3
comment How to overcome “hyper” sensitivity?
@AdamWuerl Thanks for being polite. :)
Dec
2
comment How to overcome “hyper” sensitivity?
Thanks, that was encouraging. But is my sensitivity normal or ..?
Dec
2
comment How to overcome “hyper” sensitivity?
@TomWijsman I just stated the reason of my lack of concentration. Concentration is needed for the personal productivity, isn't it?
Dec
2
comment How to overcome “hyper” sensitivity?
Why the downvote?
Dec
2
revised How to overcome “hyper” sensitivity?
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Dec
2
asked How to overcome “hyper” sensitivity?
Nov
28
revised What is a learning attitude, and how can I improve mine?
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Nov
28
comment What is a learning attitude, and how can I improve mine?
thanks, that was nice. I'll edit the question.
Nov
28
asked What is a learning attitude, and how can I improve mine?
Nov
14
comment What is the hidden secret in Think and Grow Rich (by Napoleon Hill)?
IMO you have simply made a blanket statement in your answer above. When answering a question, it is better to explain in full detail the following: 1. Your definition of worrying. 2. In which cases your solution will work and in which cases it will backfire. 3. Any ways that's help to implement your solution 4. References to your solution etc.People in general are not mind readers. I think, instead of replying in comments it will be better if you could bother to edit and detail out your actual answer. In the current form it deserves a -1. No offense intended.
Nov
14
comment What is the hidden secret in Think and Grow Rich (by Napoleon Hill)?
IMO, one worries about a problem only when one doesn't have/get a solution, and it is natural for him to keep on worrying on till he finds a solution. Your statement hints that we should turn our face instead on the problem and pretend as if there is no problem. Just like the Ostrich who buries his head in sand on seeing a poacher. There is a difference between being negative and being realistic.
Nov
14
comment What is the hidden secret in Think and Grow Rich (by Napoleon Hill)?
You said Worry about problems, you will get more problems. But shouldn't we be realistic then?
Nov
5
comment How to improve my observation?
alright, thanks :)
Nov
4
comment How to improve my observation?
@weronika I have a habit of talking to me myself, loudly. And no, those talks are not important at all, and consume lot of my energy.