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Prodigy frontman Keith Flint dies aged 49

Published time: 4 Mar, 2019 11:20Edited time: 4 Mar, 2019 13:12

Prodigy vocalist Keith Flint. © REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

 The Prodigy’s singer Keith Flint, best known for the song ‘Firestarter’, has been found dead at his home in England. The band has announced that the 49-year-old died by suicide.

The singer from Dunmow, Essex, was discovered by police, Monday morning, after an ambulance responded to reports of an man who was unconscious. His death is not being treated as suspicious.

“We were called to concerns for the welfare of a man at an address in Brook Hill, North End, just after 8.10am on Monday,” said an Essex police spokesman in a statement.

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"We attended and, sadly, a 49-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed. The death is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner."

The Prodigy shot to fame for taking their underground rave sound into the mainstream with number 1 singles like ‘Firestarter’ and ‘Breathe’. The band became one of the UK’s most successful of the 1990s, racking up six number 1 albums throughout their career.

Flint was originally cast as a dancer in the group but was propelled into the spotlight after featuring his vocals on Firestarter. He soon became renowned for his unique hairstyles, heavy eyeliner and energetic live performances.


Members of The Prodigy (L-R) Keith Flint, Liam, Maxim and Liam Howllet at an awards show. © Reuters

The band were due to start a tour across the US this summer, starting in Jacksonville, Florida, in May. Their latest album ‘No Tourists’ was released in November 2018.

Fans and fellow musicians have taken to Twitter to express their sadness at the untimely passing. Ed Simons of the electro group The Chemical Brothers responded to the news by recounting how “kind” Flint was when he started in the industry.

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 Oh gosh, so sad to hear about Keith Flint, he was always great fun to be around and very kind to Tom and I when we first started doing shows together..great man.


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 RIP Keith Flint. Dead sad and it weirdly hits harder cos he was such a big part of my/our youth


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 Oh this is sad news. The death of Keith Flint. Whenever our paths crossed he was an absolute sweetheart. Really lovely. Incredible iconic frontman with a soft centre. #RIPKeithFlint


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 "At the end of the day, if people find me scary, fuck 'em."

R.I.P Keith Flint :(

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  RIP Keith Flint A true dance music icon. #TheProdigy #Firestarter


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7 Types of Psychotherapy That Are Effective for Depression

The word "therapy" is used to describe many different types of treatments. Psychotherapists often use a specific type of therapy to treat depression. Some of them use an eclectic approach, based on a client's treatment needs.

While there are many different types of therapy, a 2013 study examined which therapies are most effective for depression. Researchers found that the following therapies were equally effective in reducing depression.

Interpersonal therapy is relatively short in duration. Sessions are highly structured. It's based on the idea that your relationships are at the forefront of depression. The goal of treatment is to help patients improve skills, such as communication skills and conflict-resolution skills. 
Cognitive behavioral therapy focuses on helping people identify and replace cognitive distortions and behavioral patterns that reinforce depressive feelings. It is usually short-term and it focuses on present problems and skills teaching. 
Social skills therapy teaches patients how to establish healthy relationships. The goal is for patients to improve communication and learn how to build a strong social network with individuals based on honesty and respect. 
Psychodynamic therapy is often featured in movies or pop culture. It involves helping patients explore their unconscious and unhealed emotional wounds from the past. The goal is to help people learn how their depression is related to past experiences and unresolved conflicts. The therapist helps patients address those issues so they can move forward in a productive manner. 
Supportive counseling is unstructured and focuses on listening to the patient. Patients are invited to address whatever issues they want to talk about and the therapist uses empathy to provide understanding and support.
Behavioral activation raises awareness of pleasant activities. The therapist seeks to increase positive interactions between the patient and the environment. By getting active and engaging in more pleasurable activities, symptoms of depression may be reduced.
Problem-solving therapy aims to define a patient's problems. Then, multiple solutions are offered. The therapist helps the patient evaluate options and choose a solution. 
Family or Couple Therapy
Family or couple therapy may be considered when depression affects others in the household. Therapy that involves other family members focuses on the interpersonal relationships.

The roles played by various family members in a patient's depression may be examined. Education about depression in a general way may also be a part of family therapy.

In addition, certain illnesses, such as thyroid disorders, Addison's disease, and liver disease, can cause depression symptoms.

The following medical conditions have also been associated with mood disorders: Medical problems
Certain medical problems are linked to lasting, significant mood disturbances. In fact, medical illnesses or medications may be at the root of up to 10% to 15% of all depressions.

Among the best-known culprits are two thyroid hormone imbalances. An excess of thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism) can trigger manic symptoms. On the other hand, hypothyroidism, a condition in which your body produces too little thyroid hormone, often leads to exhaustion and depression.

degenerative neurological conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and Huntington's disease
some nutritional deficiencies, such as a lack of vitamin B12
other endocrine disorders, such as problems with the parathyroid or adrenal glands that cause them to produce too little or too much of particular hormones
certain immune system diseases, such as lupus
some viruses and other infections, such as mononucleosis, hepatitis, and HIV
erectile dysfunction in men.
When considering the connection between health problems and depression, an important question to address is which came first, the medical condition or the mood changes. There is no doubt that the stress of having certain illnesses can trigger depression. In other cases, depression precedes the medical illness and may even contribute to it. To find out whether the mood changes occurred on their own or as a result of the medical illness, a doctor carefully considers a person's medical history and the results of a physical exam.

If depression or mania springs from an underlying medical problem, the mood changes should disappear after the medical condition is treated. If you have hypothyroidism, for example, lethargy and depression often lift once treatment regulates the level of thyroid hormone in your blood. In many cases, however, the depression is an independent problem, which means that in order to be successful, treatment must address depression directly.

Medications that may cause depression
Antimicrobials, antibiotics, antifungals, and antivirals
acyclovir (Zovirax); alpha-interferons; cycloserine (Seromycin); ethambutol (Myambutol); levofloxacin (Levaquin); metronidazole (Flagyl); streptomycin; sulfonamides (AVC, Sultrin, Trysul); tetracycline
Heart and blood pressure drugs
beta blockers such as propranolol (Inderal), metoprolol (Lopressor, Toprol XL), atenolol (Tenormin); calcium-channel blockers such as verapamil (Calan, Isoptin, Verelan) and nifedipine (Adalat CC, Procardia XL); digoxin (Digitek, Lanoxicaps, Lanoxin); disopyramide (Norpace); methyldopa (Aldomet)
anabolic steroids; danazol (Danocrine); glucocorticoids such as prednisone and adrenocorticotropic hormone; estrogens (e.g., Premarin, Prempro); oral contraceptives (birth control pills)
Tranquilizers, insomnia aids, and sedatives
barbiturates such as phenobarbital (Solfoton) and secobarbital (Seconal); benzodiazepines such as diazepam (Valium) and clonazepam (Klonopin)
acetazolamide (Diamox); antacids such as cimetidine (Tagamet) and ranitidine (Zantac); antiseizure drugs; baclofen (Lioresal); cancer drugs such as asparaginase (Elspar); cyclosporine (Neoral, Sandimmune); disulfiram (Antabuse); isotretinoin (Accutane); levodopa or L-dopa (Larodopa); metoclopramide (Octamide, Reglan); narcotic pain medications (e.g., codeine, Percodan, Demerol, morphine); withdrawal from cocaine or amphetamines. No content on this site, regardless of date, should ever be used as a substitute for direct medical advice from your doctor or other qualified clinician.

U svakom slucaju, treba biti oprezan,  praktican i sve temeljno prostudirati. Od pameti i racionalnosti, "bazirano na cinjenicama," jos niko nije poludeo. Dr. S.

Kao sto vidite, niko ne prica o dusevnim merama lecenja kod dusevnih poremecaja. Neko slucajno ili namerno zaboravlja uticaj Hriscanske vere kao filozofiju zivljenja i uticaja na zdravu psihu. Bas interesantno za razmisliti.

Otac Arsenije smatra da nisu svi problemi za psihijatre i lekove, jer se mnogi problemi mogu rešiti molitvom i ako se suočimo sa sobom.

Prošao je dug i trnovit put sve dok kod Boga nije pronašao svoj duhovni mir. Kaže da mu je onog trenutka kad je izlečio sebe, Bog podario da može da pomaže i drugima koji se nađu u nekoj teškoj situaciji.

Mudre reči monaha Arsenija Jovanovića: Nisu svi problemi za psihijatra, molitvom iz srca se može mnogo toga rešiti. Pre nego što je došao u Ribnički manastir, 6 godina je proveo u manastiru Ostrog, koji naziva „Duhovni urgenti centar“. Tamo je počeo da se bavi psihoterapijom i pomaže ljudima koji prolaze kroz najteže životne probleme. On na slikovit način govori kako pristupa vernicima kojima je potrebna duhovna pomoć. Kada osoba koja ima problem dođe kod njega, on ga pažljivo sasluša i kreće da traži koren njegovog problema. Kada dođe do korena, on ga obrađuje, čisti, i na kraju čupa. Ali, pominje kako ne mogu svi koreni odmah da se iščupaju, već je za neke potrebno puno vremena da se dobro obrade i sami osuše. - http://www.opanak.net/monah-arsenije-jovanovic/


When you're depressed or feeling down, concentration can be frustratingly elusive. 

All of us will feel grief, sadness or struggle with our mental health over the course of our working life - and a good chunk of us will struggle to stay motivated through it. 

Therapist Megan Bruneau has compiled a list of tips for Quartz, aimed at everyone who is going through a tough time and struggling to get stuff done.

1. Get outside

From deep under your duvet, the outside world can look bleak and unappealing.

But getting out the house can trick you into feeling more productive. 

Bruneau explained: 

2. Cut yourself some slack 

You wouldn't expect to move as fast with a broken leg and nor should your expect your working performance to be top-notch when depressed. 

Bruneau recommends you set your expectations lower than usual:

Give yourself specific goals to work to: in this hour, in this place, you will work on that looming presentation.

3. Hold yourself accountable 

This is far trickier when you're depressed.

But goal-setting with someone else - say a therapist or friend - should give you a dose of motivation. 

If you're struggling through a tough time, being alone can be enticing.

Bruneau warns against this:

4. Show self-care and -compassion 

You should also make time to self-care, whether through distracting hobbies and exercise or self-reflection.

Exercise in particular has been shown to help with mood.

Research is also increasingly suggesting that self-criticism has a demotivating effect. 

5. Consider therapy

Whatever you are struggling with, non-judgemental, confidential and objective support is bound to help. 

HT Quartz 

The Power of Re-Thinking Happiness | Kristi Ling | TEDx; 13:39 Min.; Ima prevod!

Published on Jul 27, 2015
Kristi Ling reveals the secrets of happiness through the habitual foundation of active participation in life.

Kristi Ling is a happiness strategist, transformational life and business coach, and author working to help others create joy and realize their dream life. She leads live events and online courses, and works with individuals and companies on building a firm foundation for lasting happiness and success. With an extensive background in personal development, marketing, and business, as well as her own compelling personal story of positive change, Kristi is a vibrant, energetic voice for empowerment. She has worked with Fortune 500 companies and some of the world’s most recognized brands, and has been featured in numerous media outlets, including Entrepreneur, CNN, Mashable, and Success Magazine. Her inspirational podcast, Happy, Free, & Wild, airs on iTunes and iHeartRadio, and her first book, Operation Happiness (Rodale Books), will be released in March 2016.

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Published on Jun 11, 2015
Sometimes life can throw us curve balls, sometimes a day can take a turn that was impossible to see coming. This is life. This talk looks at how we can meet these hurdles head on and come out stronger than ever

Helen Peterson is a professor of interior design at Prince Mohammed University. Her experiences both in and out of Saudi have given her a unique perspective on life and what it has to offer.

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Published on Nov 2, 2015
What are the words you choose? Do they give you power, or fill your future with negative energy? In this talk, Abria helps us become aware of how to be present and mindful in both thought and action in order to actualize dreams and live in positivity.

Abria Joseph was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay area. He began learning yoga at 16 and in completed his first training program, a 700-hour vinyasa training in Thailand. He went on to teach vinyasa classes across the US, Canada and Mexico, and earned a degree in exercise science and wellness from Bastyr University in Washington state. Aria founded Pranaforce Yoga in 2010, an international yoga lifestyle company offering yoga retreats, teaching training, workshops and community events. He is also an experienced TEDx speaker who encourages others to practice and live their dreams within each moment.

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Published on Jun 22, 2013
Alison Ledgerwood joined the Department of Psychology at UC Davis in 2008 after completing her PhD in social psychology at New York University. She is interested in understanding how people think, and how they can think better. Her research, which is funded by the National Science Foundation, investigates how certain ways of thinking about an issue tend to stick in people's heads. Her classes on social psychology focus on understanding the way people think and behave in social situations, and how to harness that knowledge to potentially improve the social world in which we all live.

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Tony Robbins: Emotions on Your Mind (Tony Robbins Depression);1:56:44 Min.; Nema prevod!

Published on Oct 12, 2016
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Do you have what it takes to master your emotions?
Did you know that your daily emotional experience shapes the decisions you make and the actions you take?

It has been said that it’s not what happens to us, but rather how we respond to what happens that determines the results you will experience in your life. And how you respond is directly influenced by how you choose to interpret the events and circumstances of your life. This likewise stems from your ability to effectively manage your emotions in ways that will allow them to serve and assist you with obtaining your desired outcomes.

Each and every one of the so called negative or limiting emotions that we experience on a daily basis can actually serve us and provide us with the necessary guidance we need to make more effective decisions throughout the day. As such, it’s absolutely paramount that we take the time to learn to understand how to interpret our emotions in ways that will help us find answers and solutions, not problems and difficulties.

Within this summary I would like to provide you with all the necessary knowledge you need to help you manage and interpret your emotions far more effectively throughout the day. We will first take a look at different types of so called “limiting” emotions that we experience on a daily basis and attempt to see them from a new, unique and helpful perspective. We will also break down a process you can work-through to help you transform your emotional state — providing you with the leverage you need to effectively manage your emotional state on a daily basis in ways that helps serve your purposes and objectives.

“The number one reason people are ineffective speakers is because they’re focused on themselves. If you’re focused on yourself, then you can’t possibly connect with the audience,” Tony Robbins told me in a recent interview to discuss the new Netflix Original film, Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru.

After watching the documentary and discussing it with award-winning filmmaker Joe Berlinger, I wanted to speak to Robbins himself to find out more about his enormous energy and charisma—Robbins captivates audiences for 72 hours over his six-day “Date with Destiny” seminars.

How can Tony Robbins move millions? In a word: mission. Tony Robbins—the famous public-speaker and business coach—isn’t just passionate about helping people break through their limiting beliefs; he’s “obsessed” with it.

I do my homework,” says Robbins. “I ask myself, Who’s in the audience? What are they hungry for? What am I going to say that I know for certain will make a difference in their lives? I don’t speak about anything that I don’t passionately believe in because it’s a waste of my time and the audience’s time.”

Remarkably, Tony Robbins—who grew up in an unstable household caring for his alcoholic mother—didn’t recognize his own ability to move people with words until a high school debate teacher, Mr. Cobb, recognized his skill. The teacher told Robbins, “I have never seen anybody who can stand up and speak with no notes, look around to kids who won’t listen, and mesmerize them with just raw communication.” He handed Robbins a speech called “The Will To Win” and made this challenge: If Robbins read the speech and connected to it, he would have to agree to compete in a persuasive oratory competition. If it didn’t move him, Robbins could simply return the speech. Robbins read it and cried his eyes out. He entered the competition and won first place. He won a second speech contest, and a third.

I realized it [public-speaking] was a skill and a gift,” Robbins told me. “And that the skill and the gift combined could do some beautiful things. I’ve now been practicing it for 39 years.”

Robbins is quick to point out that gifts must be nurtured, refined and developed, and that’s exactly what he did with his public-speaking skills. At the age of 17, Robbins went to work for personal development coach and speaker, Jim Rohn. Robbins met a speaker who was clearly resting on his laurels, a person who gave three speeches a month. “If he does three a month, I’ll find a way to book myself for three speeches a day. I’ll talk to the groups nobody wants to talk to” Robbins committed to himself. “People are rewarded in public for what they’ve practiced in private obsessively, intensely, and relentlessly. Most things—including public speaking—can be mastered if you’re willing to put in the time and energy. You can either drag it out forever and never get good at it, or are you can compress time and concentrate your power.”
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Tony Robbins Depression: Emotion is a Message; 1:01:56 Min.; Ima prevod!

Published on Sep 19, 2016
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According to Tony, here are the 10 broad categories of emotions to use for this exercise:

Uncomfortable – Impatient, uneasy, distressed, mildly embarrassed.
Fear – Concern, apprehension, scared, terrified.
Hurt – Sense of loss.
Anger – mildly irritated, resentful, livid, rage.
Frustration – held back or hindered in the pursuit of something.
Disappointment – sad, defeated.
Guilt – emotions or regret.
Inadequacy – less than or unworthy.
Overloaded – overwhelmed, hopeless, or depressed.
Loneliness – apart or separate from.
This is the set of negative emotions that we’ll turn into Action Signals. Instead of getting controlled by these emotions, we’ll use them as signals to take action. That action is to either change our perception or change our behavior.

Tony Robbins LIVE - How to avoid depression REAL example: 12:30 Min; Ima prevod!

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Tony Robbins: How to deal with STRESS and DEPRESSION; 12:38 Min; Ima prevod!

Published on May 21, 2016
With over 30 years of life coaching experience, Tony Robbins is the go to guy for all things life changing or what we believe to be unchangeable.

His work has changed 1000’s of peoples lives around the world and his methods are proven unbreakable.

He says that "Life is a gift, and it offers us the privilege, opportunity, and responsibility to give something back by becoming more"

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Tony Robbins Relationships: Why We Get Hurt (Depression); 1:19:53 Min; Nema prevod!

ublished on Sep 15, 2016
Tony Robbins Relationships: Why We Get Hurt (Depression)

This video explores two kinds of relationship hurt - hurt that comes from another's uncaring behavior, and hurt that comes from the lies we may tell ourselves about the other person.

An epidemic of beauty sickness | Renee Engeln | TEDxUConn 2013; 15:46 Min. ; Ima prevod!

Published on Oct 21, 2013
Little girls grow up hearing both implicit and explicit messages suggesting that the most important attribute they can strive for is beauty. A media culture that focuses on denigrating women who fail to meet the beauty standard turns women against women and sends men the message that evaluative commentary on appearance is fair game. The chronic focus on beauty directs cognitive, financial, and emotional resources away from other more important goals. Dr. Engeln considers whether there is hope for treating the epidemic of beauty sickness and what it might be like to live in a world where women spend less time in front of the mirror and more time changing the world.

Dr. Engeln is a psychologist and body image researcher at Northwestern University, where she is a Charles Deering McCormick Distinguished University Lecturer. Dr. Engeln's research focuses on issues surrounding women's body images, with a particular emphasis on cultural practices that create or enforce the frequently contentious relationship women have with their bodies. She received her doctorate in social psychology from Loyola University Chicago in 2004 and a masters in clinical psychology from Miami University in 1999.

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