Christabel Daniella. Mirror. November 15th , 2017.
Vaccinations are given for a reason. Where sexual contact is involved, vaccination helps protect against human papillomavirus (HPV) as well as hepatitis A and hepatitis B - serious liver infections.
I have seen occasions where some men and women have been uncomfortable with looking in the mirror. I have often wondered whether it is because they do not like the way they look, or is that they do not like what they stand for as person.
How we look is so important in this culture. How we look becomes how we see ourselves. The image in the mirror seems like who we are. We carry that image around with us inside our heads, and when we think of me, we think of that image. We have many self-images, and our inner image of what we look like is perhaps the strongest. We are most identified with that self-image because identification with the body is so strong and because the mind needs something to pin the idea of me on.
We need that very specific sense of ourselves to understand how much space we take up so we can walk and not bump into things, or perform simple tasks, like reaching out a hand and picking up a coffee cup. Studies show that this internal sense of oneself is a powerful thing. Research on what neurologists call motor imagery indicates that the same neurological networks are used both to imagine movement, and to actually move. And imagining a movement over and over can have the same effect on our brains as practicing it physically as well as lead to similar improvements in performance.
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