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By Melody Beattie

Via hands-on guided journaling, routines, and self-tests, readers will discover ways to combine the time-tested thoughts defined in Codependent No More into their day-by-day lives via * environment and implementing fit limits * constructing a support system through fit relationships with others and a better power  * experiencing real love and forgiveness * letting move and detaching from others' destructive behaviors.

Whether fixated on a friend with melancholy, an habit, an consuming disease, or different self-destructive behaviors, or an individual who makes bad judgements, this publication deals the sensible skill to devise a finished, customized route to wish, therapeutic, and the liberty to be your personal most sensible self.

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The attention of the person who is apparently capable of, say, reading a book while he listens to the radio really shifts backwards and forwards in quick succession from one to the other. The practical use of the law of attention is seen when we realize that it is the first step in all the higher mental processes. The art of memory is primarily the art of attention. We forget because we do not pay sufficient attention to what we wish to remember in order to imprint it firmly on the mind. A good memory, therefore, depends upon attention to what is to be remembered.

When the four groups were retested on the original list of adjectives, the subjects who had rested forgot less than those who learned unrelated material. Forgetting was greater when other adjectives were learned during the interval and greatest of all when the later adjectives were synonyms of those in the first list. The group that WHY WE FORGET 39 had learned synonyms remembered only 12 per cent of the original list as compared with 37 per cent remembered by the group that had learned numbers and 45 per cent by the group that had read jokes.

Here is another case with unusual features illustrating the effect of drugs on memory. 'When I was twenty-three,' said Mrs J. , 'the chemist gave me the wrong tablets. I was unconscious for two and a half months. When I regained consciousness, I had completely lost my memory, so much so that I couldn't even remember my own son. For nine years my memory was appalling. Then for some unknown reason it slowly but surely got better. Now I can remember the majority of things. ' 6. Smoking 'I learn quickly,' said Mrs E.

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