Interview with Aki
Another amazing interview with a man of great influence and passion.
After this interview I found myself reflecting! I came to realise how honored Iam to be spending time connecting with people from all walks of life.
Imagine walking away with a life time warranty of positive mental traits and positive practices . – Priceless to say the least.
Here is the quote from my interview today with Aki
“Trusting yourself is one of my greatest life lessons discovered! As a mention by first believing in your mind that you can overcome/ challenge or with stand any life situation is in no way comparable to the events of the past that you have endured”. 6% of interviews Down
Interview with Emma
Another amazing interview accomplished with another incredible individual.
The chapter I interviewed Emma on is “The Heroes we call upon”, It speaks volume of the psychology of 5 civil service professions. From nurses, doctors, firefighter’s, police rescue and military.
This chapter helps the reader to understand and comprehend a day in a life of these amazing people, what events changed them? Who inspired them? And how they live their life today? I do believe people have a very clouded perception of nurses, not to mention I often hear of people complaining about their hospital experience while mentioning the nurse that tended to the care of a loved one. Before making a judgment, empathies knowing this! Nurses strive hours on end with empathy and passion in there hearts moving from patient to patient, now understand that for that one moment your in hospital complaining of a sore stomach the person next door could be terminally ill, awaiting life saving surgery or a child battling cancer. In the true nature of life we are forced to blame, panic and discharge emotions onto people when ill, so this is an immense task for a nurse to control and re ignite the positive psychology in all of us.
I will leave you with this final quote from Emma
“When patients and family’s get bad news – The patient is affected not only by the outcome but more so from the family. Family’s tend to turn the bad news into something more, they focus on it as their loss and their grief. They need to understand that as a family unit they should have empathy to put themselves in the patients situation. Often the end result is the patient must comfort the family , I often find the patient has a very holistic view of life!”
Interview with Taylor
Another interview with an amazing everyday individual! With no bias intended she is a women close to my heart and my partner in crime Taylor. One very important lesson learnt from these engaging interviews is actually the spectrum of colour’s people really have, from observing others from a distance you wouldn’t believe the emotional, mental and physical hardship one has endured.
Though when you take time to just listen and engage even with a loved one, there just so happens to lay a unbelievable personal development story unlike any other.
Taylor’s life experiences moulded perfectly into the chapter “Teen dreams and the childs minds”. She spoke in depth about her views growing up, how it shaped her attitude and some of the strong qualities that made her cope, strive and overall adapt to the changing environment around her. With in this chapter I try to distinguish key mental cues with teens, breaking them down into similar summary points: for example A commonality amongst my current interviewees with in this category is the way they personally process parental conflicts and single parent disciplinary actions in the eyes of a child. Supple minds have a tendency of registering emotions from loved ones that otherwise may not be directly related as relatable! Take for example a child viewing first hand a parental conflict, to that child the actions, tones and body language of that loved one strips that parent of his/her recognisable qualities to that child. In the wake of this, the child registers the scene differently now thoughts consume the actions and the child now dwells inward stating “it was all my fault!, this is my problem! I dislike myself! – This intern creates the development of coping mechanisms in life. Not to say this is the absolute principle default reaction for a child but well with in the “ball park” given from the research I have already collected.
I will leave you with this small snippet taken from the interview from Taylor
“Feeding the positive mind through love of animals”
“IT was my love and passion for animals that would elevate my conscious mind from the reality of life at home, if a negative event took place I would reside close to my pets and tend to there every need as a nurturing adult would, talk and care to my pets would render the negative environment around me absent and not real”.