Fatigue

A person of life begins to “challenge” in today’s plaza language from his birth, and after each challenging life event, responsibility, task, we evolve and greet a different (sometimes better, sometimes worse) version of ourselves. His son focuses on evaluating this process correctly and makes efforts to overcome the obstacles in front of him. Gaining experience, especially during adolescence and young adulthood, is one of our first goals to reduce deficiencies. Thus, we start running, striving for perfection, tolerating this process by gaining various gains as we strive; or Perhaps, this is the basis of all references to Generation Z today, because there is a generation that does not want fatigue and believes that it is not human to develop in this way. There is a side of the young generation that I find right from various perspectives. But unfortunately, it is possible for the development to be painless. value province; It is important to start the process by accepting at least a minimal amount of pain, so I find it valuable to emphasize the shortcomings of this new generation thinking system. Because a person does not develop only with pain, but the effectiveness of learning from some wrong situations cannot be ignored. There is a concept that I call trauma love. Maybe, being people who grew up with Küçük Emrah, Sezercik, Ayşecik and grew up in a culture where these impressions even spread to our sense of humor, maybe a person who is kneaded with pain, who is full of pain, who is full of examples and examples, where enduring their pain and loving them is glorified, and suffering is filled with pride. Because of the social structure, we love negative experiences and sometimes even glorify them. However, as many studies have shown us, traumatic experiences may not always reveal our very effective, very accurate and perfect versions. For example, as I have observed in my own cases, we see that trust problems and insecurity schemas are activated in many of our clients who seek psychological support with situations such as infidelity, deception, etc. Because of these, the person can sometimes approach with suspicion even to people, opportunities that will have positive results in his life, or show avoidance or sabotage behavior in order to avoid the same traumatic events again, unless he resorts to therapy and turns awareness into gain. All of these are examples of how mental fatigue affects our lives, not just physical. For this reason, perhaps sleeping for long hours, waking up without rest or struggling with muscle pain, numbness, headaches, etc., although there is no physiological problem, are perhaps the situations that many of us are familiar with. Therefore, listen to your body; Listen to him as soon as he says he’s tired and don’t hesitate to slowly offer him the affection, attention and treatment he needs. Now realize, when was the last time your body said I’m tired?

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