Knowing how to filter offenses contributes to mental health, says Augusto Cury
Most read author of the last 20 years in the country states that knowing how to deal with negative stimuli helps prevent problems such as anxiety and depression.
Writer and psychiatrist Augusto Cury during a lecture at RecordTVEdu Garcia / R7The writer and psychiatrist Augusto Cury was on Thursday (10) at RecordTV for the presentation of the lecture "Emotional Management", the first corporate presentation held at a TV station, and gave an exclusive interview to R7.With 50 books published in 70 countries, Cury says much is said about physical health, but little attention is paid to mental health.According to him, the world is becoming a “global asylum”, with a high rate of psychic and psychosomatic diseases due to the lack of care with emotions and especially with thoughts.“Every day we get offenses, rejections and criticism, but we don't know how to filter out these stressful stimuli,” he says.He states that there are ways of not being "intoxicated" with the hardships of everyday life by "filtering out" these stimuli and learning to "manage emotions and thoughts.""If we don't use thinking to develop dreams, it will be used ...
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