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3 Spiritual Infectious Diseases

by on Jun.21, 2010, under Information Lifestyles

deseasesCommon diseases known to man
transmitted infections are caused by viruses, bacteria or other microorganisms. But there are also unwitting spiritual disease that can be transmitted to one another. Here's three spiritual disease that can be contagious.

As quoted from the HuffingtonPost, Sunday (6/20/2010) there is a disease that can be recognized as a contagious spiritual disease that is common, namely:

Imitation Spiritual
This condition is the tendency to talk, dress and berindak as one might imagine that on a spiritual person. So people with this condition are just trying to follow someone else.

Because spiritual experiences
In this disease, the individual ego is identified by the spiritual experiences they experienced. This condition can sometimes influence the thinking of others. In most cases this condition will not last forever, but sometimes lasts in the long term.

Ego Spiritual
This disease occurs when a person's personality structure and ego become so ingrained with a deep spiritual concepts. When the ego becomes spiritual, a person becomes unable to understand and all this in the name of spirituality.

Contagious spiritual disease is derived from one's ego and is a condition that deceives himself. Since most of these conditions do not come from him but because of the influence of the people or the environment around them.

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What The Difference Psychologist and Psychiatrist?

by on Jun.21, 2010, under Information Lifestyles

psicologyMany laymen mistakenly regarding psychologists and psychiatrists and assume they are the same as it involves mental problems. Actually, what distinguishes the two professions?

If you want it simple, short explanations like this, the psychiatrist can provide medication, while psychologists can not prescribe.

Meanwhile, if seen from a background in education, psychologists are psychology graduates who have participated in undergraduate academic programs (undergraduate psychology) and graduate school as a psychologist.

While psychiatrists are specialists who have completed undergraduate education degree (bachelor of medicine), education and the education profession as a medical specialist psychiatric unit.

As quoted from the Code of Conduct issued Himpsi Psychology (Psychologists Association of Indonesia), Monday (21/06/2010), psychologists and psychiatrists are equally deep psychological science and all things related to human development.

Both these professions also have the same concentration practices, such as handling, prevention, diagnose and provide therapy.

However, the most distinguishing here is in terms of drug therapy (pharmacotherapy). Drug therapy may only be performed by a psychiatrist, that in fact the medical backgrounds more involved in the clinical handling. While psychologists focus more on social aspects, such as providing treatment in the form of psychological therapy (psychotherapy).
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