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Warmly, lillian

Other immune disorders is the ending June.  Sorry bout that!  How's it going
for you girlfriend, I am keeping you in my prayers, love, lillian



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----- Original Message -----
From: Argila, June <ARGILA@telephonics.com>
To: <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 1999 5:41 AM
Subject: RE: [MOL] Lets Get Well Series 3 of 3, end! Think about it huh?-
Lil


> Hi Lil:  This ends in the middle of a sentence.  Do you have the rest of
> the paragraph?  June
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Lillian [SMTP:firefly@islc.net]
> > Sent: Sunday, October 24, 1999 12:30 AM
> > To: mol
> > Subject: [MOL] Lets Get Well Series 3 of 3, end!  Think about it
> > huh?
> >
> > THE POWER OF EMOTION
> >
> >     This  describes the power of our emotions to influence our health.
> > The
> > normal and healthy organism will move toward emotional pleasure
> > (comfort)
> > and away from emotional pain (discomfort). Emotional pain is
> > experienced
> > when needs are not being met and the person experiences or anticipates
> > deprivation. Experiencing or anticipating deprivation signals the
> > person of
> > danger and readies him to remove the threat. Emotional pleasure is
> > experienced when there is gratification of psychological, emotional,
> > physical, and spiritual needs and desires.
> >
> >     While experiencing a state of emotional pleasure/comfort, the
> > parasympathetic nervous system is cathected (engaged), and the
> > person's body
> > experiences chemical changes which create a state of physical ease
> > mixed
> > with normal levels of excitement (unfolding growth potential). Optimal
> > physical health occurs in this state. When a person's sources of
> > pleasure
> > are blocked or are perceived as blocked, the natural "movement toward"
> > process becomes unavailable. The natural pursuit of emotional pleasure
> > will
> > not occur, and the person will instead "freeze" that desire rather
> > than
> > discharging it. This "pleasure-freeze" sets up a physical and
> > emotional
> > state of tension that can adversely affect our health.
> >
> >
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> > ------
> > ----
> >
> > THE CANCER-PRONE PERSONALITY
> >
> >     We will explore in depth in this next section the concept of
> > emotional
> > needs and how they relate to stress responses in individuals. In
> > Chapter 9
> > we will cover Dr. Taibi Kahler's concept of psychological needs when
> > we
> > discuss the Kahler Stress Profile for Cancer. This Stress Profile was
> > adapted for Cancer by Dr. Janet Hranicky. It accurately correlates an
> > individual's psychological needs with their personality structure. The
> > Kahler model shows how, when we are not getting our primary
> > psychological
> > needs met consistently, we will predictably move into distress
> > symptoms.
> >
> >     By understanding the concepts of emotional needs and psychological
> > needs
> > and how they relate to the process of stress, we can begin to identify
> > specific steps for intervention to maximize recovery potential.
> > Unfortunately, stress has become one of those over-used and
> > little-understood concepts. In attempting to locate sources of stress,
> > a lot
> > of emphasis has been placed on situational factors, such as divorce,
> > conflicts in relationships, death of a loved one, promotion, job
> > change, and
> > so forth. Although these situational factors are certainly important,
> > many
> > people experience such events every day, yet do not develop cancer or
> > other
> > illnesses. And conversely, many cancer patients have no greater number
> > of
> > these situational factors in their lives than others who are
> > cancer-free.
> >
> >     This section will describe how stress is determined not only by
> > situational life events, but more importantly by our individual
> > responses to
> > those events. Many cancer patients have developed a stress-prone
> > personality, resulting in the chronic long-term stress of emotional
> > and
> > psychological needs going unmet, accompanied by attitudinal beliefs
> > about
> > not being able to ever have what they truly want or need to attain
> > personal
> > happiness. Coping with such long-term stress can overwhelm a person's
> > defense system and predispose him/her to an inability to handle a
> > series of
> > situational stressors when they arise. This chronic stress response is
> > present not only in cancer, but also other immu
> >
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