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Thread: Coronavirus and the impact on football

  1. #1091
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    if you read about the plasticity or neural-plasticity of the brain it's very interesting and makes a lot of sense and you realise that the vast majority of people employed in mental health services have a very limited understanding of it and that their treatment is almost all exclusively geared to people that have suffered one off traumas or short term traumas, with how neural plasticity works these aren't long term or frequently enough repeated incidents to create a strong defined neural pathway, so effectively, they should be easy to treat and correct a person's mind back to the strong defined neural pathway.

    They don't appear to have any treatment for long term trauma sufferers who have a strong defined neural pathway created by the continually repeated trauma, just as we all develop a strong developed neural pathway when we learn a new skill thought hours of practice or learn to drive a car and continue developing that pathway over several years of experiences of driving. Attempting CBT and some other therapies on people with long term trauma is effectively like trying to use CBT to try and make someone unlearn how to drive a car, pretty ridiculous
    "If Everton were playing at the bottom of my garden, i'd close the curtainsĒ

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    What do you think about;

    Meditation, mindfulness, hypnosis ?

  3. #1093
    And what about the first 7 years of your life defining who you are.

    And how to reprogram your program?

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    Spurs. 8th richest club in the world and have used the govt job retention scheme.
    Wow, you greedy despicable cunts. Hang your heads in shame.
    No surprise at all that Newcastle have done it. Norwich should be ashamed too.

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    We're never going to eliminate corruption, selfishness, and greed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redebreck View Post
    We're never going to eliminate corruption, selfishness, and greed.
    Certainly not if we accept that it wonít. That is what keeps it ingrained in our societies. .

    At some point the attitude has to shift to... We are going to do everything we can to eradicate it. It might even be impossible to completely wipe it out BUT that doesnít mean we stop trying.

    And if we get to a point where most greed & corruption is exposed and dealt with we will be living in a better place.

    Itís all in the education.

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    The fact is for spurs to keep paying those staff is a drop in the ocean. It's one less overpriced player in the transfer window.
    Regardless of never eliminating selfishness and greed its absolutely shameful. A premier league club doing such a thing is absolutely 100% immoral.

  8. #1098
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    Itís immoral to pay a footballer £600,000 a week while a nurse gets £25,000 a year!!!

    This is the real issue

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    Stolen watching football then. Same goes for complaining about the price of TV. We are the ones who drive all that.

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    @ eggy81
    Are you suggesting it's the fault of people wanting to watch the sport?

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