The basic psychological rule is 8 hours of work, 8 hours of sleep and 8 hours of rest and fun

The basic psychological rule is 8 hours of work, 8 hours of sleep and 8 hours of rest and fun
All people have a common desire for improvement and self-affirmation. However, a person risks a lot if he constantly struggles to reach more and loses his measure in the process. Figuratively speaking, it is as if a person wants to lift a 200 kg load, but optimally can only lift 50 kg. That is why it is important to know one’s own limits and possibilities – say neuropsychiatrists.
Narcissistic people are insufferable (which is not always visible at first glance) and have a huge sense of omnipotence. However, the feeling of greatness without cover can destroy such people at one point. In contrast to narcissistic persons, mature persons will not follow the offered opportunities but will respect their own opportunities. For example, if mature people are offered the position of director, they will say that they are happy with the position of manager and ordinary worker if these people are aware that they do not have the capacity to climb the social ladder. Others grab such an opportunity lustfully and break. Some people are afraid of their own success. Sigmund Freud explained this fear of success with the feeling of guilt that occurs after achieving victory over a competitor (including one’s own father). Achieved success or victory in the light of the classical template in psychoanalysis (Oedipus complex) means a reward, that is, a mother (who is desired) and a rejection of the father (which causes a feeling of guilt).
success creates unbearable happiness for some people
Some people have different anxieties about their own success. There is a claim by the American psychologist Abraham Maslov that people are afraid of their own success and opportunities from the smallest to the greatest. Such people are afraid to become what they briefly see in their own most perfect moments with the most perfect conditions and in the situation of greatest courage. Although these people enjoy the god-like possibilities they see in their own personality, they simultaneously tremble with weakness and awe before these possibilities. It’s as if they’re saying they’re not strong enough to take it anymore because it’s too exhausting and overwhelming. In fact, delirious happiness cannot be endured for long, because the human organism is too weak for any long-term strong miracles and successes. Viewed from this point of view, the fear of success (Jon’s complex) becomes partially justified and functional because it protects a person from possible collapse. It is possible for a person (if he continues to achieve success and because of the fear of these successes) to disintegrate, break up, fall apart and lose control.
Moderation is the most important thing for a person’s health and preservation of the psyche
The practical consequences of Jon’s complex translated into everyday language say that it is good for people to develop their potential and be successful, but they need to find the right measure. Most people succeed in this because they are satisfied with the level of realized potentials, which are far from the lowest, but they do not strive to achieve even higher potentials, fearing possible and real risks. Such mature people admire people who have achieved even more in life, but they do not feel uncomfortable, axious or inferior because of them and do not envy such people. People’s culture has the hardest time accepting the success of others that confronts them with their own inabilities. Money provides security but not happiness. It brings the biggest problems to the richest people. For example, people with large companies and a large number of employees who have become rich overnight but have no knowledge of the process, laws and psychology of work turn to psychotherapeutic help. Such clients cannot moderate their work, they work 20 hours a day and have over 100 contacts a day. They don’t have a team , they do not trust other people, but work independently. The basic psychological rule is 8 hours of work, 8 hours of sleep and 8 hours of fun and relaxation. This rule preserves mental health. More successful people are often accompanied by family problems. And the partner needs to be successful for the marriage to be mutually successful. If this is not the case and everyone in the marriage partnership has not built their own individuality, then there is inevitable rivalry, misunderstanding and disharmony of common goals and ambitions, and the union breaks down. The problem also arises if the process does not support a successful member.
Neuropsychiatrists say that during their psychotherapy practice, they had the following frequent cases: people chose life professions and accepted tasks and missions, and chose a partner that was not in accordance with their constitutional and psychological capabilities. Then these people had more difficult life crises, advancing in their career and reaching a position where they did not find their way. This cost the person health and reputation because after a short time they became unsuccessful and ineffective. Life also brings “Danian gifts” (insidious gifts from the hand of the enemy) and not knowing one’s own personality can sometimes be dangerous.
The term “Danisangift” is considered a dangerous and destructive enemy’s gift (Trojan horse). A well-known saying goes “I am afraid of the Danaans even when they bring gifts”.

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