STORY OF THE ORIGINE OF SUICIDE

Prof: I'll ask you a question: why do you think humans are often led to suicide?
X: because it has too many problems.
Prof: and why do you think he has these problems?
Me: because of the company.
Prof: how sorry?
Me: the company. In my opinion this is the cause of all the losses that have occurred in recent years.
Prof: and here you are wrong. Take a person with depression for example, he kills himself because it is the depression that leads him to do this.
Me: yes ok, here we are, but before thinking about depression, wouldn't it be appropriate to think about the causes of all this?
X: in what sense?
Me: have you ever wondered why a person often resorts to suicide? Take this person suffering from depression for example: at first he had a good job, a house, a wife, children, everything in short. One day he is summoned by the director of the company where he works to inform him that due to various problems, unfortunately, layoffs are underway and among these there is also his name. Initially, the man remains a little upset but in the end he thinks that in one way or another he will find another job to feed his children. So he strives to find it. A day goes by and nothing.
Two days and nothing.
Three, nothing.
Four, nothing.
A month goes by and still nothing.
Children need things for school. The clothes for the holidays, because you know, we are boys.
The refrigerator is empty.
The bills are payable.
And that's where the real problems begin. The wife has her own needs. Children are teased at school because of their clothes, their worn out pens.
At that point, man feels a prisoner of hunger, of the desire for money, of the fear of a still uncertain tomorrow.
The wife leaves him.
The money isn't there yet.
There is no light at home, no water, no electricity.
The children do not speak to him. Friends despise him or at least treat him as if he were junk.
The man is alone.
He drinks.
It gets drunk.
He's out of money.
Society doesn't help him.
Friends don't care.
The children hate him because it is only because of him that they are targeted by their peers.
He falls into depression, a severe depression.
Is tired.
Alone.
Weak.
He kills himself.
This is what society is. We are society and if today the word "society" is synonymous with "suicide" the fault is ours alone.
Prof: exactly

SOME ARTISTS WERE MAD?

There are artists who paint what they see, others who paint what they remember or what they imagine. Our brain changes in the face of reality but, at the same time, it is capable of changing it: a "different" brain must therefore have a different relationship with reality.
In art this "process" can lead to the creation of new realities, which will only partly depend on "sensorial information"; our brain, in fact, does not necessarily need the continuous "information flow" coming from our senses. Dreams, memories that "revive" in mental images and also representations "simply" created by our mind testify to this event.
In this sense, art amplifies reality, creates a new "mental channel" capable of opening up to new experiences. The visual stimuli, real or evoked by memory, which excite the nervous system of the artist at the moment of the creation of the work of art, transformed by his hand into colors and shapes, will stimulate the nervous system of the observer. The work of art must be able to arouse in the observer's brain sensations and emotions that have been present in the artist's brain [Maffei L., Fiorentini A., 1995]. Approaching a work of art, looking at it, perceiving it, understanding it and appreciating it, implies the involvement of many brain structures and the activation of very specific mechanisms, starting from the functioning at the basis of visual perception, to those involved in the so-called "psychology of see ", in the aesthetic and emotional experience. This refers not only to the emotion felt by those who enjoy a painting but also to the creative moment that involves the artist to create his work.
Some researchers, especially psychologists and neurophysiologists, have been fascinated by the possibility of studying the properties and characteristics of the brain that are part of the evaluation of a work of art and the pleasure it can give; persuaded by the idea that the understanding of these cerebral mechanisms, together with the knowledge of the events of the life of an artist and of the culture of his time, can favor a greater "knowledge" and appreciation of the work and of those who created it.
A work of art is born from the combination of what the artist experiences "visually" and how he interprets what is communicated to him from the outside world. Both the acquisition of visual information and its internal processing can be altered by pathological causes.
The effects of serious mental illnesses, often altering the artist's perceptive and emotional abilities, can affect his pictorial expression and testify how the painter's life story becomes an integral part of his work.
All this emerges in the paintings of some great painters in particular moments of their life.
Francisco Goya (1746-1828) was suffering from an encephalopathy, due to lead poisoning (an element then present in the Francisco Goya, Detail "Cronus devours his children" Madrid, Prado Museum of pigments of various colors), which caused him deafness and personality alteration. At first his illness hindered him in all activities and was the cause of a deep depression; nightmare figures populated his paintings when he began to paint again.
The depression that afflicted Michelangelo (1475-1564) was of psychic origin. In painting the face of St. Bartholomew while showing the knife to the Judge, the artist brought a painful self-portrait into the folds of the skin of martyrdom Michelangelo Buonarroti, Particular "Last Judgment" Rome, Sistine Chapel. The perceptual, emotional and expressive systems of other great painters have been, more dramatically, altered by severe mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia and manic-depressive syndrome.
Gruesser et al., (1988) described the abnormal perception of faces as a particular disorder characteristic of schizophrenic patients. The faces observed by these patients could quickly change their expression, assuming more and more the appearance of a monster: the mouth opened highlighting the protruding canines, the nose and eyes became larger, the pupils dilated. Some drawings or paintings reported by patients with schizophrenia highlight this particular characteristic and show, while communicating the suffering and perceptual distortions of this terrible disease, how "madness" can, in some cases, suggest a "brilliant" artistic creativity.
Deformations of the faces, anxious and frightened faces, obsessive expressions seem to reach the limits of pathology in the painter James Ensor (1860-1949). The artist's canvases begin to be populated with bizarre figures until they reach the apotheosis of James Ensor, "Christ's Entry into Brussels" Malibu, Getty Museums overcrowding in what is considered his masterpiece: Christ's Entry into Brussels .
The strange figures in the painting may seem the result of hallucinatory visions but, at the same time, they draw on a supernatural reality; the mask with the rice takes on an ambivalent value because its use allows, through transvestism, to modify what is hidden behind it.

Once again the boundaries of pathology, such as those between "reality" and "hallucination", become blurred and painfully distinguishable.

And then other mad artist like:

The depression of Monet, and De Chirico.
Modigliani's alcoholism,
Rousseau's masochism,
Schiele's pedophile tendencies.
The paranoid critical method of Dalì, exhibitionist and histrionic, who proudly claimed: "The only difference between me and a madman is that I am not mad".

NEED OF CHOCOLATE AND SWEETS?

Depression, panic attacks, insomnia, headaches, hypertension, anxiety can be associated with a lack of serotonin. Obviously no doctor will tell you to do an analysis to see if you may be deficient in seroyonin if you have any of these symptoms. No and do you know why? Because they have to prescribe you some drugs otherwise they can't pay for their holidays in the Caribbean.
Meanwhile, you continue to feel bad without knowing why you are always looking for chocolates and sweets. And no one explains it to you. No doctor tells you that cocoa contains tryptophan which helps the mind to have a feeling of high mood. No doctor explains why you are addicted to sugar. They just want to earn their nice vacation and they don't care how you are.
You know, my grandparents often ate dried fruit and legumes, plums, dried figs and I've never seen them sad. There was no depression and anxiety. They were often out in the open, both in summer and in winter, and only followed the sunlight. They went to bed when the sun set and got up at dawn. They never got bored, they never got tired and they were always in a good mood. So what can we understand from this? We can understand that certain foods help our brain to feel good. What do we eat now? French fries, hamburgers, pizza, sandwiches and crap. Junk food. And how are we reduced? Unhappy and anxious, hypertensive, angry and stressed. But if we tell the doctor we feel this way he will give us more drugs and more drugs.
But he will never explain that we may not have enough serotonin in our diet. It is easier for them to gain on our skin than to help us heal.
Studies have shown that a diet lacking in tryptophan - and consequently with low levels of serotonin - can have negative effects not only on mood, but also on memory, cognitive abilities and sleep quality.
So what can we do? Change our diet and see if it works. At least give it a try.

Foods high in tryptophan are mainly:

dark chocolate
peanuts
almonds
hazelnuts
pistachio
Pine nuts
Sesame seeds
pecans
cashew nuts
chestnuts
sultanas.

Milk and dairy products are rich in it, including cottage cheese and yogurt. 

Tryptophan is also found in legumes, especially chickpeas and beans, in meat, especially chicken and turkey, in fish, including anchovies, sea bream, sea bass, sole, cod, tuna and bottarga, and finally in eggs.
Among the vegetables, endive, cabbage, asparagus, green beans, lettuce, chard, spinach, zucchini are particularly rich in tryptophan.

( This is not a medical article but only a post of advice and does not consist of a specific cure. )

MORE BEAUTIFUL

What do you ask the people of this society? To be efficient, brilliant, beautiful. What’s so much about the women of this time? The trick. Because women always have to be perfect. They always have to be beautiful to be noticed and to be considered. women can never forget in their lives that they must always be beautiful. If they do not show themselves at their best they are considered witches, mussels, zombies. In short, women are always required to take care of their appearance. And women spend a lot of money to buy make-up products. They spend a lot of money going to the gym. To make destructive diets. Women are required to have an image always suitable for their role as females. If they don’t show this picture of themselves then they’re lesbians, or crazy, or depressed. A woman who neglects is considered depressed. If you don’t reflect the current fashion model then you are out of every pattern and therefore out of every round of friendships and stay alone. If you don’t talk about all the topics women talk about, then stay alone. Women themselves marginalize you, women themselves are the cruellest throws at other women.

STOP PLAY, BEGIN TO LIVE

VIDEOGAME INDUSTRY MAKE MONEY ON YOUR ADDICTION.

YOU’RE A VIDEOGAMER?

ARE YOU AN HAPPY PERSON?

THE SYSTEM WANT YOU TO PLAY AND FORGET WORLD.

 

YOUR SON IS DOING THE SAME OF YOU.

 

YOUR CHILDREN PLAY EVERY DAY, EVERY HOUR, EVERY NIGHT.

 

YOUR FRIENDS ARE PLAYNG AND DESTROYNG THEIR OWN LIVES.

 

THEY PLAY BECAUSE THEY ARE BORED.

 

YOU PLAY BECAUSE YOU’RE ANGRY AND DEPRESSED.

 

THE SYSTEM WANTS YOU TO BE SLAVE OF VIDEOGAMES!

 

YOU WANT THE SUCCESS?

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Since childhood we have been led to believe that money brings happiness. We pour our desire to feel good on objects, as if they were actually the origin of well-being. We grow up convinced that things make us happy and as a result we become obsessed with money. Because without money, we cannot buy all those objects that we see everywhere: on television, on social networks, in newspapers, worn by famous and smiling people.
From an early age, we are convinced that money is the most valuable asset. Not only do we start judging others based on this metric (the more you have, the more you're worth), but we make money our obsession.
For many, the equation "+ money = + things = + happiness" is an untouchable truth.

The problem is that all of us, sooner or later, find ourselves at a point in our life where money matters absolutely nothing. And when we get there, we realize that there is a much more precious asset.
 
 
THIS SYSTEM MAKE YOU THINK THAT RICH PEOPLE AND SMART PEOPLE ARE HAPPY.
THEY WANT YOU TO BECOME MORE AND MORE RICH AND SO IF YOU’RE NOT ABLE, YOU GO DEPRESSED.
THIS SYSTEM WANTS PEOPLE BE DEPRESSED SO THEY CAN DESTROY YOUR WILL.
 
We are told to study to get a good job, which will allow us to buy a big house and a powerful car. When we become adults, that instinct is still within us, stronger than ever, in fact we do not choose the job that we like and reward the most, but the one that pays the best.
The false myth that material wealth is equal to happiness infects us as children and pushes us, as adults, to never say no when faced with the opportunity to make money. Even when we don't need it. Even at the expense of our relationships, our passions and our health.
The more we work, the more euphoric we are, because we don't think about anything other than the money we will earn. But in reality it is an illusion. Perhaps the greatest illusion of our times.
Many wake up every morning with a bad mood and show up in the office nervous. When they realize they are dissatisfied, they have only one option to get by: numb the mind.

Making the mind impervious to those dangerous thoughts (one above all: "Aren't I throwing my life away?") Is the only way to continue to pursue material gain. And this is what all institutions put into our heads from an early age: fatigue, renunciations, sufferings, the myth of "carrying the cross" are necessary characteristics to be rewarded (perhaps) tomorrow.

But the money you receive in return is unable to buy the time wasted by being unhappy and dissatisfied. One of the greatest paradoxes of our times lies in the fixed thinking of millions of people when they are in the workplace:
Everyone envies millionaires, but for the wrong reason. We think we admire their lives for the money they have in the bank, in reality it is not: what we envy is the time they have available.

Do you know why you want to be the millionaire on Instagram? Because he has the time to do what he wants.

Most people are forced to work at least five days a week, often eight hours a day. It is an exhausting activity, which deprives us of energy and keeps our dreams of happiness at bay.
But do you really believe that the millionaire has all that time available? Do you really believe that he can always decide what to do in every moment of his life? Maybe you don't know that a successful person must then maintain this success in all possible ways and therefore must always show himself at the top, do interviews, attend events, hang out with other successful people. And all of this takes a very long time. You don't know that successful people do a lot of things they hate but don't write it on social media, they would never tell you they're bored or unhappy. This you will never know because it is part of maintaining their successful image. Yet how many times have you discovered that certain characters had problems with betrayals, jealousies, depression, problems with children, husbands or wives ... Because they are human people, normal people like all of us. But they make you believe you are special and you believe them. You think having all that money and all that success can be fabulous. But you don't know the background.

ASK FOR A PSYCHOLOGICAL HELP

LOTS OF PEOPLE DEPRESSED AND WITH BAD PROBLEMS THAT DON’T ASK FOR HELP.
IF PEOPLE DON’T CURE THEMSELVES THEY GIVE PERMISSION TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE POWER ELITE.
SO IT’S IMPORTANT WHEN A PERSON HAVE A PROBLEM TO TRY TO RESOLVE IT.

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