Description - The Fear Factor by Barry Philipp
This book is unique because it is the first book to reveal a neurophysiological connection between fear and many of our social and emotional problems. By studying how the brain processes fear, this effort unlocks the true sources and reasons for violence, hate, racism, substance abuse, intolerance and other societal ills. With this discovery, it is now possible to fully comprehend and appropriately answer some baffling questions. > Does man really need God? > Who is the true and only Savior for all mankind? > Why do some Americans hate America? > From a neurophysiological perspective, is Islam a religion of peace? > Are some politicians controlled by fear? > Why can't some parents appropriately discipline their children? > What causes a seemingly nonviolent person to "snap" and become violent? Dr. Philipp has discovered a flaw in man's brain that is responsible for today's emotional and societal ills and for the future of mankind. As a veterinarian, he developed this concept from observing fear reactions in animals and personal fearful events. From intensive Civil War and global wars research, he discovered a hotbed for racism and countless other emotionally-based societal ills. This information illustrates that man's brain cannot adequately process fear in certain instances. Since his curriculum involved intensive brain studies, he developed a curiosity about the brain and its ability to generate emotions. He was especially curious about racism because he observed children born during a war experience a fear that cannot be controlled. As these children mature the ability to control, or even recognize this fear, becomes very difficult as it may express itself as stress, painful negativeemotions and associated behaviors throughout a lifetime.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(227mm x 155mm x 21mm)
Publisher: Xulon Press
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