Attention deficit disorder is a symptom of depression caused by decreased sensitivity due to an overdose of emotions. With reduced sensitivity, a person can not arbitrarily control their attention. The attention of such a person is involuntarily attracted to strong sources of emotions. Such people, on the one hand, do not study well, on the other, are amorous and fixated.
Reducing the malformation of sensitivity to pain and fear leads to a decrease in the ability to accept these feelings. If you lose the ability to train your patience, you lose your immunity and become very dependent on what has broken through your armor.
Hypersensitivity leads to insensitivity, because the brain, having received an overload, reduces the threshold for triggering feelings at the lower threshold of feelings. As a result, such a person becomes less sensitive to weak stimuli, but becomes dependent on strong stimuli.
Wounds of the soul become insensitive to pain and joy, which in General reduces the threshold of human sensitivity, making it vulnerable to Vice. Be wary of causing severe Heartbreak to your loved ones and especially children.
An excess of bodily pleasure leads to promiscuity, and a lack of it leads to insensibility. The first generates too much emotion and also leads to insensitivity, and insensitivity generates promiscuity, thus looping the squirrel into the wheel of vices and suffering.
They say women love with their ears. This is because increased sensitivity allows them not only to see, but also to hear and feel. Men love with their eyes from their initially reduced sensitivity, when the sense of vision begins to prevail. However, after falling in love, a man ceases to see, and only hears what a woman says in his ear or yells loudly.
It should be understood that in the mode of emotional exhaustion and depression, the brain loses the ability to rejoice until the moment of recovery. The recovery period is best spent sleeping or working. At the same time, it should be clearly understood that the recovery period will be dull and joyless, but you do not need to be afraid of this.
Most vulnerable to post-traumatic stress disorder are the sort of people whose religion calls proud. Psychology calls these people neurotics, narcissists, dependent individuals. In fact, we are talking about sensitivity to fear. Fear of losing control, fear for your life, fear that there was no support and help. This problem should be treated with self-awareness, repentance and humility of the Ego.
A society dependent on love is essentially a society of drug addicts. "I am good," the man says to himself, and a wave of self-satisfaction spreads through his body. The more of this goodness, the more fun it is. Too much pleasure reduces the sensitivity of the brain and the person plunges into depression (in fact, drug withdrawal).
The problem is that you are afraid of your own weakness. I'm afraid of the pain. You're afraid when you feel bad. And don't be afraid, treat this case as a service function for cleaning the soul from soot and soot associated with an excess of joy and pleasure in the body. To be happy, you need to suffer periodically.
Escape from reality creates a loss of immunity to reality and makes it impossible to return to reality. At the same time, a person becomes extremely vulnerable to reality and falls into a chronic fear.
Experience tells us that if you eat worries and fears sweet or any other pleasure, it only gets worse. Consolation for fear, as wood for the fire. It takes humility and courage to overcome fear and anxiety. Courage is nurtured through fasting and eating restrictions. The less you soothe and deceive yourself, the more courage you have.
Fear (pain) and pleasure is a constant. However, if you run away from fear and seek pleasure, you get used to pleasure and your immunity to fear drops. Thus, subjectively, there will be very little pleasure, and a lot of fear and anxiety.
Your problem is that you are looking for positive emotions, and you should be looking for bad ones. The point is that everything we run after runs away from us, and everything we run from runs after us. Plus, we quickly get used to the good, and we start to be afraid of the bad, like fire. Fear kills faith, paralyzing movement. Faith is the ability to move. As a result, our life turns into hell when we are filled with fear.