Welcome to Brain Mind Specialist
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”.
Therefore a complete sense of well being involves the journey of nurturing our physical, mental ( thoughts and emotion ) and spiritual health.
Total mental health involves not only management of emotional issues but discovering and developing the strengths, abilities and talents which is inherent in every individual.
Brain Mind Specialist is committed to ensure that you attain holistic health which includes physical, emotional,social and spiritual.
“Life is difficult. This is the great truth, one of the greatest truths – it is a great truth because once we see this truth, we transcend it.”
Dr. M. Scott Peck
Dr. Vincent Wong
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2) 03-20312120 ( Kuala Lumpur Clinic )
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Excessive and prolong stress as well as “burn out” are warning signs which cannot be ignored. Here is a great video to illustrate the point.
I have attached 2 talks here, one on mental disorder while another on mental heath and stress management.
Stresses in life is inevitable. However, our perception of events in daily life will determine our response towards each event, be it positively or negatively.
Here are 2 health talks for your reference :
Here is the relationship between our beliefs/thoughts/perceptions/attitudes and our feelings. But it begs the question on how do we derive our belief system ?
I believe that the most reliable source is an understanding of the Truth and Realities of life. So let me wish you Bon Voyage in your journey of searching for the Truth,Realities and Meaning of life.
Kids are generally happy, cheeerful and chirpy little human. This is because they would naturally and spontaneously laugh or smile when they are happy, or cry when they are in pain or distress. They do not hide their feelings.
In an environment where kids are allow to express themselves freely and openly, they are certainly healthier and happier. Children should be allowed to share their feelings, being listened to, and received unconditional love, affection and unconditional acceptance in the home. When the child is hurting, he or she should be allowed to cry their hearts out and be supported by a warm, loving and comforting hugs.
Why is it so?
Kids who are allowed to express their feeling openly and freely do not need to suppress their bottled-up emotions such as fear, anger, hurts or sadness. When these emotions are being suppressed, it will eventually resurface in the form of anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, rebellion, temper tantrums, school refusal, bed wetting or physical symptoms such as tummy ache, headache or other aches and pains.
So , the next time your toddler , preschooler, or even an older kid cries , just give them a warm hug and tell him or her, “ Sweetheart, it’s okay to cry”