Sunday, December 17, 2017

AGUNABU BIAFRA RESPONDS TO THE FIFTH INVITATION FROM THE ILLUMINATI FAMILY

DR JIDEOFO KENECHUKWU DANMBAEZUE, D.Sc. THE ORIGINAL BIAFRAN COMMANDO MAJOR NZEOGWU de SECOND, BA 6532, 1968-1970, a.k.a.AGUNABU UMUELECHI BIAFRA EVENTUALLY RESPONDS TO THE FIFTH INVITATION FROM THE ILLUMINATI FAMILY


LET ME FIRST GIVE YOU THE RESPONSE I SENT THEM:
WEALTH, RICHES, POPULARITY OR FAME IN THIS MUNDANE WORLD WILL NEVER GIVE ANY OCCULT MEMBER, NOT EVEN YOU ALL, THE ILLUMINATIS; HAPPINESS, PEACE OF MIND NOR A HEALTHY, SUCCESSFUL AND HAPPY FAMILY

WHAT WILL GIVE PEACE IS THE FOLLOWING LECTURE I GAVE TWO DECADES AGO TO ROTARIANS AT ENUGU

STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR RESPONSIBLE PARENTS



LECTURE GIVEN TO MEMBERS OF ROTARY INTERNATIONAL, DISTRICT 914, AT ENUGU IN 2010 ON STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR RESPONSIBLE PARENTS
By:
Dr Jideofo Kenechukwu Danmbaezue, D.Sc.
Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Existential Family Therapist
Kenez Health Klinik & Happy Family Network International
5 Church Street, Federal Housing Estate, Trans-Ekulu, Enugu
Phone: 0803-9097614 or 0805-1764999, E-mail: saintkenez@yahoo.co.uk
You can also visit my website: www.happyfamilynetwork.hpage.com for more
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
In this brief discussion, I will first give you what scientists call AN ABSTRACT, which is a resume or summary. This is the essence of advanced level lecture procedures practised in international circles. The bones are in the first two pages. The meat occupies other pages! This lecture ends with the commonest ego defence mechanisms most parents live with all through their lives. These are those of us who do not realise that they are never completely healthy nor are they completely sick most of their lives. Most of us usually resort to religious or superstitious methods for coping with it and die without knowing we were ill!
My respected fathers and mothers, times are hard and as each of us ages, stressors in our homes and/or places of work, irregularity of public utilities like electricity, water supply and coping with traffic congestion irritate us on a daily basis. The average adult living in the present global village dominated by electronic gadgets has many stressors to respond to and react to. For most parents therefore, the job of rearing their children becomes more cumbersome as the control of what they watch on television, what they browse in the Internet or restriction of when, why and how cellular phones are to be used is irritable as well as how these influence their moral development is stressful to every responsible parent.
What is stress? Stress in scientific psychology and biology is any strain or interference that disturbs the functioning of an organism. The human being responds to physical and psychological stress with a combination of psychic and physiological impulses or stimuli. When the stress is negative, the individual unconsciously responds with a variety of self preservative tactics, which we label “ego defence mechanism”. Inappropriate use and regular abuse of a particular ego defence mechanism results in anxiety neurosis, depression or another variety of personality disorder. Further inappropriate reliance on this translates into psychosomatic or mental disorders that result if the stress is too powerful or the individual’s defence is inadequate. This is the main topic we are here to discuss with all of you. I will teach you how to identify and manage these inappropriate response patterns that may eventually land you, your spouse or children in clinics, hospitals or prayer houses and/or crusade grounds!
RECOGNITION OF STRESSFUL EVENTS
Stress is an unavoidable aspect of modern living especially in urban cities and its effect on family life is specifically complex in an advanced technological society. There is little doubt that an individual's success or failure in controlling potentially stressful situations can have a profound effect on his ability to live a healthy life, have a good job and care for the spouse or love, manage and/or function adequately as a responsible parent. Neglect of these things results in high blood pressure, which may end in stroke!
The ability to “cope” with stress has figured prominently in psychosomatic research. There is a statistical link between coronary heart disease and individuals exhibiting stressful behavioural patterns designated “Type A.”  I have a 35-slide PowerPoint on this.
These patterns are reflected in a style of life characterised by impatience and a sense of time urgency, hard-driving competitiveness and preoccupation with vocational and related deadlines. Various strategies have been successful in treating psychological and physiological stress;
·         Moderate stress may be relieved by exercise and any type of meditation (e.g., yoga or Oriental meditative forms).
·         Severe stress may require psychotherapy to uncover and work through the underlying causes.
·         A form of behaviour therapy known as biofeedback enables the patient to become more aware of internal processes and thereby gain some control over bodily reactions to stress.
·         Sometimes, a change of environment or living situation may produce therapeutic results.
One of the basic BEHAVIOUR THERAPUETIC methods that I often use in my practice is:
Biofeedback basically is the in-born information supplied instantaneously by one’s nervous system about an individual's own physiological processes and so is only used when handling educated patients who know a little about the central nervous system.
In a laboratory set-up, data concerning a person's cardiovascular activity (blood pressure and heart rate), temperature, brain waves or muscle tension is monitored electronically and returned, or “fed back”, to that person by a gauge on a meter, a light, or a sound. Though such activity of the autonomic nervous system was once thought to be beyond an individual's control, it has been shown that an individual can be taught to use the biological data to learn how to voluntarily control the body's reactions to stress or “outside-the-skin” events. An individual learns through biofeedback training to detect his physical reactions (inside-the-skin events) and establish control over them. Biofeedback training is a type of behaviour therapy that attempts to change learned responses to stressors. It can be very successful in alleviating symptoms (e.g., pain and muscle tension) of a disorder, and its effects can be especially lasting if used in combination with psychotherapy to help the patient understand his reactions to stress.
Complaints that have been treated by biofeedback training include migraine headaches, gastrointestinal cramping (e.g., colitis), high blood pressure, tics, and the frequency and severity of epileptic seizures. Theoretically, many psychologists believe it possible to bring under partial control any physiological process that can be continuously monitored and displayed, including electrophysiological activity of the limbic system and other homeostatic processes. Biofeedback training with brain waves has also been useful in enhancing mental functioning. “Alpha (wave) training” elicits the calming and integrative effects of meditation. Theta wave training has led to more focused attention, the control of “mental blocks” during examinations, and the control of anxiety.
The major disadvantage of this therapy is that it is limited to only educated people. This brief is merely an introduction. The full paper can easily be found at my major website for health issues; https://sites.google.com/site/kenezhealthklinik/ where you can read more.
You might also be lucky to find it at another website I dedicated to responsible parents:

ABOVE WAS THE PRÉCIS, NOW THE FULL PAPER UNABRIDGED


STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR RESPONSIBLE ROTARIAN PARENTS WORLDWIDE


By:
Dr Jideofo Kenechukwu Danmbaezue, D.Sc.
Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Existential Family Therapist
Kenez Health Klinik & Happy Family Network International
5 Church Street, Federal Housing Estate, Trans-Ekulu, Enugu
Phone: 0803-9097614 or 0805-1764999, E-mail: saintkenez@yahoo.co.uk
You can also visit my website: www.happyfamilynetwork.hpage.com for more

GENERAL INTRODUCTION
My respect Rotarians of the Enugu District 914, this day marks my sixty-third year on planet earth as a prisoner of over-developed conscience. You will agree with that times are hard and as each of us ages stressors in our homes and/or places of work, irregularity of public services and coping with traffic congestion irritate us on a daily basis. The average adult living in the present global village dominated by electronic gadgets has many stressors to respond and react to. For Christian Rotarian parents therefore, the job of rearing their children becomes more cumbersome as the control of what they watch on television, what they browse in the Internet or restriction of when, why and how cellular phones are to be used and how these influence their ethics and moral development is stressful.
What is stress? Stress in scientific psychology and biology is any strain or interference that disturbs the functioning of an organism. The human being responds to physical and psychological stress with a combination of psychic and physiological responses. When the stress is negative, the individual has to respond with a variety of self preservative tactics, which we label “ego defence mechanism”.
Inappropriate use or abuse of a particular ego defence mechanism results in personality disorder. Further inappropriate reliance on this translates into psychosomatic or mental disorders that result if the stress is too powerful or the individual’s defence is inadequate. This is the main topic we are here to discuss with all of you. I am here to teach you how to identify these inappropriate response patterns that may eventually land you, your spouse or children in clinics, hospitals or prayer houses and/or crusade grounds!
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RECOGNITION OF STRESSFUL EVENTS
Stress is an unavoidable aspect of modern living especially in urban cities and its effect on family life is specifically complex in an advanced technological society. There is little doubt that an individual's success or failure in controlling potentially stressful situations can have a profound effect on his ability to live a healthy life, have a good job and care for the spouse or love, manage and/or function adequately as a responsible parent. Neglect of these things results in high blood pressure, which may end in stroke!
The ability to “cope” with stress has figured prominently in psychosomatic research. There is a statistical link between coronary heart disease and individuals exhibiting stressful behavioural patterns designated “Type A.”  I have a 35-slide PowerPoint on this.
These patterns are reflected in a style of life characterised by impatience and a sense of time urgency, hard-driving competitiveness and preoccupation with vocational and related deadlines.
Various strategies have been successful in treating psychological and physiological stress;
·        Moderate stress may be relieved by exercise and any type of meditation (e.g., yoga or Oriental meditative forms).
·        Severe stress may require psychotherapy to uncover and work through the underlying causes.
·        A form of behaviour therapy known as biofeedback enables the patient to become more aware of internal processes and thereby gain some control over bodily reactions to stress.
·        Sometimes, a change of environment or living situation may produce therapeutic results.
Biofeedback is the in-born information supplied instantaneously by one’s nervous system about an individual's own physiological processes. In a laboratory set-up, data concerning a person's cardiovascular activity (blood pressure and heart rate), temperature, brain waves or muscle tension is monitored electronically and returned, or “fed back”, to that person by a gauge on a meter, a light, or a sound. Though such activity of the autonomic nervous system was once thought to be beyond an individual's control, it has been shown that an individual can be taught to use the biological data to learn how to voluntarily control the body's reactions to stress or “outside-the-skin” events. An individual learns through biofeedback training to detect his physical reactions (inside-the-skin events) and establish control over them. Biofeedback training is a type of behaviour therapy that attempts to change learned responses to stressors. It can be very successful in alleviating symptoms (e.g., pain and muscle tension) of a disorder, and its effects can be especially lasting if used in combination with psychotherapy to help the patient understand his reactions to stress.
Complaints that have been treated by biofeedback training include migraine headaches, gastrointestinal cramping (e.g., colitis), high blood pressure, tics, and the frequency and severity of epileptic seizures. Theoretically, many psychologists believe it possible to bring under partial control any physiological process that can be continuously monitored and displayed, including electrophysiological activity of the limbic system and other homeostatic processes. Biofeedback training with brain waves has also been useful in enhancing mental functioning. “Alpha (wave) training” elicits the calming and integrative effects of meditation. Theta wave training has led to more focused attention, the control of “mental blocks” during examinations, and the control of anxiety.
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LET US LOOK AT AN EARLIER TELEVISION PROGRAMME I DID IN NTA- AM EXPRESS IN 2005

STRESS MANAGEMENT IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

Presented as News Item on NTA-AM EXPRESS & broadcast on 7th Sept’05

PREAMBLE:
In our country today, there is economic recession. The poverty line has never been as low as it is now! This is despite the foreign debt relief that the present administration has been hailed for achieving. Presently, the price of crude oil worldwide is at its peak and the nation is ranked as the sixth oil producing country in the world! Despite all the adulation, messages of congratulations and advertorials in the mass media, these gains have not translated into cheaper costs in fuel, food, school fess and medical bills for the average Nigerian! One is bound to ask; Why? The present oil boon has been orchestrated beyond imaginable limits; nevertheless, high blood pressure is on the increase at cardiovascular clinics nationwide! Why is it so?

Our educational system is so bad with expo and other forms of examinations malpractices that many parents are now sending their children to Ghana for secondary and university education. Do you blame them when certificates from Nigeria are no longer recognised by foreign countries? Our roads are so dilapidated that hundreds lose their lives in daily mishaps despite the kangaroo efforts of the FRSC, another waste pipe that drains our economy. Our hospitals are so poorly equipped that the rich go abroad for minor surgeries while the poor die premature deaths! If government policies are so corrupt and anti-people, that strikes and rallies are the hallmarks of the pseudo-dictatorship we operate under the guise of democracy, do you blame those who scram overseas to become slaves under the bogus American visa lottery programmes? Others go to Italy or the Arab world!

Many graduates and ex-youth corpers are roaming the streets chasing jobs below their university qualifications and expertise! Parents and guardians who sweated throughout the protracted period of paying for education in the country that is not subsidised are frustrated! The youths have diverted their I.Q. into nefarious pastimes; the males engage in, shady deals, cultism and armed robbery whereas the females thrive on part-time prostitution and Abuja-contracts! Social ethics and morality have become obsolete, as most religious leaders who are supposed to be role models are knee deep in prosperity gospel. They exploit the masses that in their economic strangulation chase signs and wonders from one crusade ground to another! These constitute the variety of crises and stresses in the polity!

So, we may honestly ask: What is a stress or a crisis? How do we manage either?
In this lecture, the two are treated as synonymous since only a faint line differentiates them! 

 INTRODUCTION
Stress, when used, as a term in psychology is an unpleasant state of emotional and physiological arousal that people experience in situations that they perceive as dangerous or threatening to their well-being. The word stress means different things to different people. Some people define stress as events or situations that cause them to feel tension, pressure or negative emotions such as anxiety and anger. Others view stress as the response to these situations. This response includes physiological changes—such as increased heart rate and muscle tension—as well as emotional and behavioural changes. However, most psychologists regard stress as a process involving a person’s interpretation and response to a threatening event.
Stress is a common experience. We may feel stress when we are very busy, have important deadlines to meet, or have too little time to finish all of our tasks. Often people experience stress because of problems at work or in social relationships, such as a poor evaluation by a supervisor or an argument with a friend. Some people may be particularly vulnerable to stress in situations involving the threat of failure or personal humiliation. Others have extreme fears of objects or things associated with physical threats—such as snakes, illness, storms, or flying in an airplane—and become stressed when they encounter or think about these perceived threats. Major life events, such as the death of a loved one, can cause severe stress.
Stress can have both positive and negative effects. Stress is a normal, adaptive reaction to threat. It signals danger and prepares us to take defensive action. Fear of things that pose realistic threats motivates us to deal with them or avoid them. Stress also motivates us to achieve and fuels creativity. Although stress may hinder performance on difficult tasks, moderate stress seems to improve motivation and performance on less complex tasks. In personal relationships, stress often leads to less cooperation and more aggression. If not managed appropriately, stress can lead to serious problems. Exposure to chronic stress can contribute to both physical illnesses, such as heart disease, and mental illnesses, such as anxiety disorders. The field of health psychology focuses in part on how stress affects bodily functioning and on how people can use stress management techniques to prevent or minimize disease.
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SOURCES OF STRESS
The circumstances that cause stress are called stressors. Stressors vary in severity and duration. For example, the responsibility of caring for a sick parent may be an ongoing source of major stress, whereas being stuck in a traffic jam may cause mild, short-term stress. Some events, such as the death of a loved one, are stressful for everyone. Nevertheless, in other situations, individuals may respond differently to the same event—what is a stressor for one person may not be stressful for another. For example, a student who is unprepared for a chemistry test and anticipates a bad grade may feel stress, whereas a classmate who studies in advance may feel confident of a good grade. For an event or situation to be a stressor for a particular individual, the person must appraise the situation as threatening and lack the coping resources to deal with it effectively.
Stressors can be classified into three general categories: catastrophic events, major life changes and daily hassles. In addition, simply thinking about unpleasant past events or anticipating unpleasant future events can cause stress for many people. Both the economic depression and other socio-political instabilities can cause the greatest stress to the average Nigerian who is neither a politician nor a ‘419ner’! This paper addresses the health problems associated with this social malaise!
A

Catastrophes
A catastrophe is a sudden, often life-threatening calamity or disaster that pushes people to the outer limits of their coping capability. Catastrophes include natural disasters—such as earthquakes, tornadoes, fires, floods, and hurricanes—as well as wars, torture, automobile accidents, violent physical attacks, and sexual assaults.
In Nigeria, besides the civil war that lasted three years, the military inter-regnum that engulfed the country for more than a quarter of a century is enough catastrophe that has had traumatic effects and caused long-lasting disillusionment on the psyche of her citizenry! Catastrophes often continue to affect their victims’ mental health long after the event has ended.
B

Major Life Changes
The most stressful events for adults involve major life changes, such as death of a spouse or family member, divorce, imprisonment, losing one’s job, and major personal disability or illness. For adolescents, the most stressful events are the death of a parent or a close family member, divorce of their parents, imprisonment of their mother or father, and major personal disability or illness. Sometimes, apparently positive events can have stressful components. For example, a woman who gets a job promotion may receive a higher salary and greater prestige, but she may also feel stress from supervising co-workers who were once peers. Getting married is usually considered a positive experience, but planning the wedding, deciding whom to invite and dealing with family members may cause couples to feel stressed.
C

Daily Hassles
Much of the stress in our lives results from having to deal with daily hassles pertaining to our jobs, personal relationships and everyday living circumstances. Many people experience the same hassles every day. Examples of daily hassles include living in a noisy neighbourhood, commuting to work in heavy traffic, disliking one’s fellow workers, worrying about owing money, waiting in a long line, and misplacing or losing things. When taken individually, these hassles may feel like only minor irritants, but cumulatively, over time, they can cause significant stress. The amount of exposure people have to daily hassles is strongly related to their daily mood. Generally, the greater their exposure is to hassles, the worse is their mood. Studies have found that one’s exposure to daily hassles is actually more predictive of illness than is exposure to major life events. Traffic congestion, unemployment of the youth, neglect of pensioners, non-availability of public utilities and loss of jobs by parents are examples that many Nigerians face!
EFFECTS OF STRESS
A person who is stressed typically has anxious thoughts and difficulty concentrating or remembering. Stress can also change outward behaviours. Teeth clenching, hand wringing, pacing, nail biting and heavy breathing are common signs of stress. People also feel physically different when they are stressed. Butterflies in the stomach, cold hands and feet, dry mouth, and increased heart rate are all physiological effects of stress that we associate with the emotion of anxiety.
A

The Stress Response
When a person appraises an event as stressful, the body undergoes a number of changes that heighten physiological and emotional arousal. First, the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system is activated. The sympathetic division prepares the body for action by directing the adrenal glands to secrete the hormones epinephrine (adrenaline) and nor epinephrine (nor adrenaline). In response, the heart begins to beat more rapidly, muscle tension increases, blood pressure rise, and blood flow is diverted from the internal organs and skin to the brain and muscles. Breathing speeds up, the pupils dilate and perspiration increases. This reaction is sometimes called the fight-or-flight response because it energizes the body to either confront or flee from a threat.

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Another part of the stress response involves the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland, parts of the brain that are important in regulating hormones and many other bodily functions. In times of stress, the hypothalamus directs the pituitary gland to secrete adrenocorticotropic hormone. This hormone, in turn, stimulates the outer layer, or cortex, of the adrenal glands to release glucocorticoids, primarily the stress hormone Cortisol, principally derived from hydrocortisone, a survival chemical that the body produces. Cortisol helps the body access fats and carbohydrates to fuel the fight-or-flight response.
Canadian scientist Hans Selye was one of the first people to study the stress response. As a medical student, Selye noticed that patients with quite different illnesses shared many of the same symptoms, such as muscle weakness, weight loss and apathy. Selye believed these symptoms might be part of a general response by the body to stress. In the 1930s, Selye studied the reactions of laboratory rats to a variety of physical stressors, such as heat, cold, poisons, strenuous exercise and electric shock. He found that the different stressors all produced a similar response: enlargement of the adrenal glands, shrinkage of the thymus gland (a gland involved in the immune response), and bleeding stomach ulcers. Selye proposed a three-stage model of the stress response, which he termed the general adaptation syndrome. The three stages in Selye’s model are alarm, resistance and exhaustion. The alarm stage is a generalized state of arousal during the body’s initial response to the stressor. In the resistance stage, the body adapts to the stressor and continues to resist it with a high level of physiological arousal. When the stress persists for a long time, and the body is chronically overactive, resistance fails and the body moves to the exhaustion stage. 
It should be noted that at this critical stage, the body is easily vulnerable to disease and even death.
B

Disease
Physicians increasingly acknowledge that stress is a contributing factor in a wide variety of health problems. These problems include cardiovascular disorders such as hypertension (high blood pressure); coronary heart disease (coronary arteriosclerosis, or narrowing of the heart’s arteries); and gastrointestinal disorders, such as ulcers. Stress also appears to be a risk factor in cancer, chronic pain problems and many other health disorders. See Stress-Related Disorders.
Researchers have clearly identified stress, and specifically a person's characteristic way of responding to stress, as a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. The release of stress hormones has a cumulative negative effect on the heart and blood vessels. Cortisol, for example, increases blood pressure, which can damage the inside walls of blood vessels. It also increases the free fatty acids in the bloodstream, which in turn leads to plaque build-up on the lining of the blood vessels. As the blood vessels narrow over time, it becomes increasingly difficult for the heart to pump sufficient blood through them.
People with certain personality types seem to be physiologically over responsive to stress and therefore more vulnerable to heart disease. For example, the so-called Type A personality is characterised by competitiveness, impatience and hostility. When Type A people experience stress, their heart rate and blood pressure climb higher and recovery takes longer than with more easygoing people. The most “toxic” personality traits of Type A people are frequent reactions of hostility and anger. These traits are correlated with an increased risk of coronary heart disease.
Stress also appears to influence the development of cancer, but the relationship is not as well established as it is for cardiovascular diseases. There is a moderate positive correlation between extent of exposure to life stressors and cancer—the more stressors, the greater the likelihood of cancer. In addition, a tendency to cope with unpleasant events in a rigid, unemotional manner is associated with the development and progression of cancer.
C

Decreased Immune Response
Ordinarily the immune system is a marvel of precision. It protects the body from disease by seeking out and destroying foreign invaders, such as viruses and bacteria. However, there is substantial evidence that stress suppresses the activity of the immune system, leaving an organism more susceptible to infectious diseases. An organism with a weakened immune system is also less able to control naturally occurring mutant cells that overproduce and lead to cancer.
Numerous studies have linked stress with decreased immune response. For example, when laboratory animals are physically restrained, exposed to inescapable electric shocks or subjected to overcrowding, loud noises or maternal separation, they show decreased immune system activity. Researchers have reported similar findings for humans.
One study, for example, found weakened immune response in people whose spouses had just died. Other studies have documented weakened immune responses among students taking final examinations; people who are severely deprived of sleep; recently divorced or separated men and women; people caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s disease; and people who have recently lost their jobs.
Stress appears to depress immune function in two main ways. First, when people experience stress, they more often engage in behaviours that have adverse effects on their health: cigarette smoking, using more alcohol or drugs, sleeping less, exercising less and eating poorly. In addition, stress may alter the immune system directly through hormonal changes. Research indicates that glucocorticoids—hormones that are secreted by the adrenal glands during the stress response—actively suppress the body’s immune system.
At one time scientists believed the immune system functioned more or less as an independent system of the body. They now know that the immune system does not operate by itself, but interacts closely with other bodily systems. The field of psychoneuroimmunology focuses on the relationship between psychological influences (such as stress), the nervous system and the immune system.
D

Mental Illness
Stress influences mental health as well as physical health. People who experience a high level of stress for a long time—and who cope poorly with this stress—may become irritable, socially withdrawn, and emotionally unstable. They may also have difficulty concentrating and solving problems. Some people under intense and prolonged stress may start to suffer from extreme anxiety, depression or other severe emotional problems. Anxiety disorders caused by stress may include generalised anxiety disorder, phobias, panic disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder. People who survive catastrophes sometimes develop an anxiety disorder called post-traumatic stress disorder. They re-experience the traumatic event repeatedly in dreams and in disturbing memories or flashbacks during the day. They often seem emotionally numb and may be easily startled or angered.
COPING WITH STRESS
Coping with stress means using thoughts and actions to deal with stressful situations and lower our stress levels. Many people have a characteristic way of coping with stress based on their personality. People who cope well with stress tend to believe they can personally influence what happens to them. They usually make more positive statements about themselves, resist frustration, remain optimistic and persevere even under extremely adverse circumstances. Most importantly, they choose the appropriate strategies to cope with the stressors they confront. Conversely, people who cope poorly with stress tend to have somewhat opposite personality characteristics, such as lower self-esteem and a pessimistic outlook on life.
A

Coping Strategies
Psychologists distinguish two broad types of coping strategies: problem-focused coping and emotion-focused coping. The goal of both strategies is to control one’s stress level.
In problem-focused coping, people try to short-circuit negative emotions by taking some action to modify, avoid or minimise the threatening situation. They change their behaviour to deal with the stressful situation.
In emotion-focused coping, people try to directly moderate or eliminate unpleasant emotions. Examples of emotion-focused coping include rethinking the situation in a positive way, relaxation, denial, and daydreaming (wishful thinking).
To understand these strategies, consider the example of a premedical student in college who faces three difficult final examinations in a single week. She knows she must get top grades in order to have a chance at acceptance to medical school. This situation is a potential source of stress. To cope, she could organise a study group and master the course materials systematically (problem-focused coping). She could also decide that she needs to relax and recollect herself for an hour or more (emotion-focused coping), before proceeding with an action plan (problem-focused coping). She might also decide to watch television for hours on end to prevent having to think about or study for her exams (emotion-focused coping). In general, problem-focused coping is the most effective coping strategy when people have realistic opportunities to change aspects of their situation and reduce stress. Emotion-focused coping is most useful as a short-term strategy. It can help reduce one’s arousal level before engaging in problem-solving and taking action, and it can help people deal with stressful situations in which there are few problem-focused coping options.
B

Social Support
Support from friends, family members and others who care for us goes a long way in helping us to get by in times of trouble. Social support systems provide us with emotional sustenance, tangible resources and aid, and information when we are in need. People with social support feel cared about, valued by others and feel a sense of belonging to a larger social network.
A large body of research has linked social support to good health and a superior ability to cope with stress. For example, one long-term study of several thousand California residents found that people with extensive social ties lived longer than those with few close social contacts did. This confirmed the benefit of the African Extended Family system! Another study found that heart-attack victims who lived alone were nearly twice as likely to have another heart attack as those who lived with someone. Even the perception of social support can help people cope with stress. Studies have found that people’s appraisal of the availability of social support is more closely related to how well they deal with stressors than the actual amount of support they receive or the size of their social network.
Research also suggests that the companionship of animals can help lower stress. For example, one study found that in times of stress, people with pet dogs made fewer visits to the doctor than those without pets.
C

Biofeedback
Biofeedback is a technique in which people learn voluntary control of stress-related physiological responses, such as skin temperature, muscle tension, blood pressure and heart rate. Normally, people cannot control these responses voluntarily. In biofeedback training, people are connected to an instrument or machine that measures a particular physiological response, such as heart rate, and feeds that measurement back to them in an understandable way.
For example, the machine might beep with each heartbeat or display the number of heartbeats per minute on a digital screen. Next, individuals learn to be sensitive to subtle changes inside their body that affect the response system being measured. Gradually, they learn to produce changes in that response system—for example, to voluntarily lower their heart rate. Typically, individuals use different techniques and proceed by trial and error until they discover a way to produce the desired changes. Scientists do not understand the mechanisms by which biofeedback works. Nonetheless, it has become a widely used and generally accepted technique for producing relaxation and lowering physiological arousal in patients with stress-related disorders. One use of biofeedback is in the treatment of tension headaches. By learning to lower muscle tension in the forehead, scalp and neck, many tension headache sufferers can find long-term relief.
D

Relaxation
In addition to biofeedback, two other major methods of relaxation are progressive muscular relaxation and meditation. Progressive muscular relaxation involves systematically tensing and then relaxing different groups of skeletal (voluntary) muscles, while directing one’s attention toward the contrasting sensations produced by the two procedures.
After practicing progressive muscular relaxation, individuals become increasingly sensitive to rising tension levels and can produce the relaxation response during everyday activities (often by repeating a cue word, such as calm, to themselves).
Meditation, in addition to teaching relaxation, is designed to achieve subjective goals such as contemplation, wisdom, and altered states of consciousness. Some forms have a strong Eastern religious and spiritual heritage based in Zen Buddhism and yoga. Other varieties emphasize a particular lifestyle for practitioners. One of the most common forms of meditation, Transcendental Meditation, involves focusing attention on and repeating a mantra, which is a word, sound, or phrase thought to have particularly calming properties. Both progressive muscle relaxation and meditation reliably reduce stress-related arousal. They have been used successfully to treat a range of stress-related disorders, including hypertension, migraine and tension headaches, and chronic pain.
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Aerobic Exercise
Aerobic exercise—such as running, walking, biking and skiing—can help keep stress levels down. Because aerobic exercise increases the endurance of the heart and lungs, an aerobically fit individual will have a lower heart rate at rest and lower blood pressure, less reactivity to stressors, and quicker recovery from stressors. In addition, studies show that people who exercise regularly have higher self-esteem and suffer less from anxiety and depression than comparable people who are not aerobically fit. The American College of Sports Medicine recommends exercising three to four times a week for at least 20 minutes to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Every culture has its traditional ways of coping with stressful events and situations. Take the example of long funeral ceremonies, the dancing, sing songs, eating and drinking and boisterous milling around of relatives who had come from far and near. To the average European, it does not make sense, but when you view the emotional, social and moral support it gives the sorrowing family, then you appreciate the wisdom of African Extended Family System.
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THE ENIGMA THAT SURVIVED THE BIAFRAN WAR OF 1967 - 1970, IS TODAY, A PROFESSOR OF MODERN THEOSOPHY AND CLINICAL PSYCHOMETRICS








 


 






THE ENIGMA THAT SURVIVED BIAFRAN WAR OF 1967 TO 1970 IS CALLED DR JIDEOFO KENECHUKWU DANMBAEZUE



THIS PROFESSOR OF MODERN THEOSOPHY LIVES BY TOTAL OBEDIENCE TO ALL THE NATURAL LAWS IN CREATION LIKE PATRIARCH ENOCH IN CHAPTER 5 OF GENESIS.
Therefore, In religion and honest living NONE OF YOU MY RELATIVES CAN EVER CATCH UP WITH ME....
Do you know why.....Ask yourself WHY DID GOD SEND ME TO THE SEMINARY EARLY IN LIFE,,,,THEN 12TH DEGEMA STRIKE FORCE, 4TH COMMANDO BRIGADE OF BIAFRA, THEREFROM HE saved my life from two SHELLING SHOCKS...etc etc then back to the Senior Seminary ..then to UNILAG.., UNIBADAN..... LATER TO THE NIGERIAN AIR FORCE again back to academics...where i became the FIRST POST GRADUATE OF THE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, UNIBEN and UBTH, UGBOWO CAMPUS...again by long distance post-doctoral field work and super studies to ADDIS ABABA to earn the D.Sc. and FELLOWSHIP of the prestigious African College of Research Scientists.

Moses was so trained ...in the long run he failed BY STRIKING THE ROCK TWICE.......Samson failed because he severally violated all the rules given to his parents before he was born and even topped it with marrying a Philistine woman;  Delilah...The Boy shepherd turned into King David could not control his penis and compounded it with murdering URIAH...soiled his hands with blood and was prevented from building God a temple

KING SOLOMON.. DESPITE HIS STUPENDOUS FREE GIFT OF KNOWLEDGE SUCCUMBED TO THE PAGAN WORSHIP OF QUEEN OF SHEBA and messing around with HER RETINUE OF SERVANT GIRLS who were actually the demonic WHORES SHE CAME ALONG WITH TO OVERTHROW HIM....

Dr Jideofo Kenechukwu Danmbaezue WILL NEVER ABANDON THE INJUNCTION OF CHRIST JESUS IN CHAPTER 4 OF JOHN'S GOSPEL

HE WORSHIPS ONLY THE ABSOLUTE TRUTH as the MASTER JESUS REVEALED IS THE PROPER WAY...NOT ROMAN PAGANISM THAT HAS ENSLAVED ALL CHRISTENDOM TO A UNIVERSAL IDOLATRY THEY LABELLED;

ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSION/CHURCH!

DR KENEZ IS THE SNOWDEN OF ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH WHO HAD BEEN BLOWING HIS WHISTLE DISCREETLY FROM 2001 - 2013, AND TODAY, POPE FRANCIS LISTENS TO HIM



Please note that this whistle blower had mastered the craft of the Jesuits Illuminati as far back as his youthful years in University of Lagos 1972 - 1975 and so operated from behind the curtain on THE ABROGATION OF COMPULSORY CELIBACY that is only being made public this October 2013.


Now see the 2011 diatribe that the wise Pope Benedict read for 12 months before gracefully bowing out.


If you need more info on the intrigues of Roman theologians, see;


For a comprehensive study of the absurdities that Roman theologians had been fabricating for centuries that had disoriented the entire masses in Christendom then type into Google search; RENASCENT IGBO RELIGION and read for six months before you can finish half of the diatribes this Solomon of Africa had written.

 Alternatively, check out any of these other blog sites, simply type into Google either:



1. REV. PROF. J. J. KENEZ,
2. AGUNABU UMUELECHI BIAFRA,
3. DANMBAEZUE JIDEOFO KENECHUKWU, or
4. AN INTRO TO RENASCENT IGBO RELIGION



INSPIRATIONS RECEIVED FROM
THE HOLY SPIRIT ON 05/06/2011
FROM 20:21:22 - 20:23:44HRS GMT

"My vessel, there are no mysteries that I cannot simplify. All it takes is to de-mystify what humans have mystified and made difficult for the average man to comprehend is to be in a pure state of grace and holiness and pray for wisdom from above. Since you have persevered in this state for fifty five years, you can glimpse at some existential answers. So, write these down in the simplest language of your generation."

1.    A true Kenezian does not BELIEVE IN GOD rather s/he KNOWS GOD IS!
2.    The evidence is everywhere for the rational being to see, starting with the self!
3.    The true Kenezian knows the Creator God is only ONE, not three equal persons!
4.    There is nothing like the mystery of the HOLY TRINITY, its idolatrous forgery!
5.    The Creator designed the TRIPARTITE appearances in every being in existence!
6.    Human beings possess this tripartite nature in their thoughts, words and actions!
7.    Sample this divine three-dimensionality in man & water as gas, liquid and solid!
8.    Heterosexual reproduction in all animals is made up of male, female & new-born!
9.    Father, mother and child is the tripartite dimension in the Hominoids worldwide!
10.                       Every journey has a start/beginning, the distance/duration & the destination/end!
11.                       Triangles show the dimensionality in all figures with three sides, lines & angles!
12.                       Every being has its weight, mass or space it occupies viz: length, width and depth!
13.                       Tripods, Tricycles & Triangles demonstrate the basic tripartite nature of balance!
14.                       Every Circle is the progressive expansion of a square or a triangle and vice versa!
15.                       Most humans have three names that identify them from birth, life span and death!

  
THE TRIPARTITE NATURE OF EXISTENCE IS A FACT, A GIVEN NOT GUESSWORK.



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In the following address given eleven years before Nigerian independence, Nnamdi Azikiwe calls for self-determination for the Ibo as they along with other ethnic groups march toward an inevitably free Nigeria.  This address was delivered at  the Ibo State Assembly held at Aba, Nigeria, on Saturday, June 25, 1949.

Harbingers of a new day for the Ibo nation, having selected me to preside over the deliberations of this assembly of the Ibo nation, I am conscious of the fact that you have not done so because of any extraordinary attributes in me. I realize that I am not the oldest among you, nor the wisest, nor the wealthiest, nor the most experienced, nor the most learned. I am therefore grateful to you for elevating me to this high pedestal.

The Ibo people have reached a cross-road and it is for us to decide which is the right course to follow. We are confronted with routes leading to diverse goals, but as I see it, there is only one road that I can safely recommend for us to tread, and it is the road to self-determination for the Ibo within the framework of a federated commonwealth of Nigeria and the Cameroons, leading to a United States of Africa. Other roads, in my opinion, are calculated to lead us astray from the path of national self-realization.

It would appear that God has specially created the Ibo people to suffer persecution and be victimized because of their resolute will to live. Since suffering is the label of our tribe, we can afford to be sacrificed for the ultimate redemption of the children of Africa. Is it not fortunate that the Ibo are among the few remnants of indigenous African nations who are still not spoliated by the artificial niceties of Western materialism? Is it not historically significant that throughout the glorious history of Africa, the Ibo is one of the select few to have escaped the humiliation of a conqueror’s sword or to be a victim of a Carthaginian treaty? Search through the records of African history and you will fail to find an occasion when, in any pitched battle, any African nation has either marched across Ibo territory or subjected the Ibo nation to a humiliating conquest. Instead, there is record to show that the martial prowess of the Ibo, at all stages of human history, has rivaled them not only to survive persecution, but also to adapt themselves to the role thus thrust upon them by history, of preserving all that is best and most noble in African culture and tradition. Placed in this high estate, the Ibo cannot shirk the responsibility conferred on it by its manifest destiny. Having undergone a course of suffering the Ibo must therefore enter into its heritage by asserting its birthright, without apologies.

Follow me in a kaleidoscopic study of the Ibo. Four million strong in man-power! Our agricultural resources include economic and food crops which are the bases of modern civilization, not to mention fruits and vegetables which flourish in the tropics! Our mineral resources include coal, lignite, lead, antimony, iron, diatomite, clay, oil, tin! Our forest products include timber of economic value, including iroko and mahogany! Our fauna and flora are marvels of the world! Our land is blessed by waterways of world renown, including the River Niger, Imo River, Cross River! Our ports are among the best known in the continent of Africa. Yet in spite of these natural advantages, which illustrate without doubt the potential wealth of the Ibo, we are among the least developed in Nigeria, economically, and we are so ostracized socially, that we have become extraneous in the political institutions of Nigeria.

I have not come here today in order to catalogue the disabilities which the Ibo suffer, in spite of our potential wealth, in spite of our teeming man-power, in spite of our vitality as an indigenous African people; suffice it to say that it would enable you to appreciate the manifest destiny of the Ibo if I enumerated some of the acts of discrimination against us as a people. Socially, the British Press has not been sparing in describing us as ‘the most hated in Nigeria’. In this unholy crusade, the Daily Mirror, The Times, The Economist, News Review and the Daily Mail have been in the forefront. In the Nigerian Press, you are living witnesses of what has happened in the last eighteen months, whenLagos, Zaria and Calabar sections of the Nigerian Press were virtually encouraged to provoke us to tendentious propaganda. It is needless for me to tell you that today, both in England and in West Africa, the expression ‘Ibo’ has become a word of opprobrium.

Politically, you have seen with your own eyes how four million people were disenfranchized by the British, for decades, because of our alleged backwardness. We have never been represented on the Executive Council, and not one Ibo town has had the franchise, despite the fact that our native political institutions are essentially democratic—in fact, more democratic than any other nation in Africa, in spite of our extreme individualism.

Economically, we have laboured under onerous taxation measures, without receiving sufficient social amenities to justify them. We have been taxed without representation, and our contributions in taxes have been used to develop other areas, Out of proportion to the incidence of taxation in those areas. It would seem that we are becoming a victim of economic annihilation through a gradual but studied process. What are my reasons for cataloguing these disabilities and interpreting them as calculated to emasculate us, and so render us impotent to assert our right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness?

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I shall now state the facts which should be well known to any honest student of Nigerian history. On the social plane, it will be found that outside ofGovernment College at Umauhia, there is no other secondary school run by the British Government in Nigeria in Ibo-land. There is not one secondary school for girls run by the British Government in our part of the country. In the Northern and Western Provinces, the contrary is the case. If a survey of the hospital facilities in Ibo-land were made, embarrassing results might show some sort of discrimination. Outside of Port Harcourt, fire protection is not provided in any Ibo town. And yet we have been under the protection of Great Britain for many decades!

On the economic plane, I cannot sufficiently impress you because you are too familiar with the victimization which is our fate. Look at our roads; how many of them are tarred, compared, for example, with the roads in other parts of the country? Those of you who have travelled to this assembly by road are witnesses of the corrugated and utterly unworthy state of the roads which traverse Ibo-land, in spite of the fact that four million Ibo people pay taxes in order, among others, to have good roads. With roads must be considered the system of communications, water and electricity supplies. How many of our towns, for example, have complete postal, telegraph, telephone and wireless services, compared to towns in other areas of Nigeria? How many have pipe-borne water supplies? How many have electricity undertakings? Does not the Ibo tax-payer fulfill his civic duty? Why, then, must he be a victim of studied official victimization?

Today, these disabilities have been intensified. There is a movement to disregard traditional organization in the Ibo nation by the introduction of a specious system of a form of local government. The placing of the Ibo nation in an artificial regionalization scheme has left an unfair impression of attempted domination by minorities of the Ibo people. In the House of Assembly and the Legislative Council the electoral college system has aided in the complete disenfranchisement of the Ibo. As a climax, spurious leadership is being foisted upon us—a mis-leadership which receives official recognition, thus stultifying the legitimate aspirations of the Ibo. This leadership shows a palpable disloyalty to the Ibo and loyalty to an alien protecting power.

The only worthwhile stand we can make as a nation is to assert our right to self-determination, as a unit of a prospective Federal Commonwealth of Nigeria and the Cameroons, where our rights will be respected and safeguarded. Roughly speaking, there are twenty main dialectal regions in the Ibo nation, which can be conveniently departmentalized as Provinces of an Ibo State, to wit: Mbamili in the northwest, Aniocha in the west, Anidinma and Ukwuani in the southeast, Nsukka and Udi in the north, Awgu, Awka and Onitsha in the centre, Ogbaru in the south, Abakaliki and Afikpo in the northwest, Okigwi, Orlu, Owerri and Mbaise in the east, Ngwa, Bende, Abiriba Ohafia and Etche in the southwest. These Provinces can have their territorial boundaries delimited, they can select their capitals, and then can conveniently develop their resources both for their common benefit and for those of the other nationalities who make up this great country called Nigeria and the Cameroons.
Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Phillip pictured with Nigeria's first head of state Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe and HRH Obi Okosi, the Obi of Onitsha in the 

The keynote in this address is self-determination for the Ibo. Let us establish an Ibo State, based on linguistic and ethnic factors, enabling us to take our place side by side with the other linguistic and ethnic groups which make upNigeria and the Cameroons. With the Hausa, Fulani, Kanuri, Yoruba, Ibibio (Iboku), Angus (Bi-Rom), Tiv, Ijaw, Edo, Urhobo, ltsekiri, Nupe, Igalla, Ogaja, Gwari, Duala, Bali and other nationalities asserting their right to self-determination each as separate as the fingers, but united with others as a part of the same hand, we can reclaim Nigeria and the Cameroons from this degradation which it has pleased the forces of European imperialism to impose upon us. Therefore, our meeting today is of momentous importance in the history of the Ibo, in that opportunity has been presented to us to heed the call of a despoiled race, to answer the summons to redeem a ravished continent, to rally forces to the defence of a humiliated country, and to arouse national consciousness in a demoralized but dynamic nation.

Sources:
Nnamdi Azikiwe, Zik: A Selection from the Speeches of Nnamdi Azikiwe, Governor-General of the Federation of Nigeria formerly President of the Nigerian Senate formerly Premier of the Eastern Region of Nigeria (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1961).

    
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Adeyemi Juwon‎Goodluck Jonathan 2015-2019
NOBODY IS GOOD IN OBASANJO’S EYES, SAYS OSOBA
A former Governor of Ogun State, Chief Olusegun Osoba, says former President Olusegun Obasanjo, is too critical of people and sees nothing good in anyone.
Osoba said this during an interview with journalists in Lagos on Saturday.
He said this while reacting to Obasanjo’s claim that Chief Obafemi Awolowo was never the leader of the Yoruba but was only elected leader by his supporters.
He said, “I would not like to judge Chief Obasanjo because as I am trying to put the facts straight, I don’t want to join him in condemnation of individuals. I respect him for his own strong points and weaknesses. But one thing I disagree with him is his condemnation of virtually everybody and even those around him.
“Wole Soyinka is not good, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is not good, Atiku Abubakar is not good, Reuben Aabati is useless, Doyin Okupe is not to be associated with. Who then is good?”
Osoba said even the dead were not spared of unfair criticism by Obasanjo. He noted that even MKO Abiola, who gave his life for democracy, did not escape Obasanjo’s criticism.
He said this was unfortunate because without Abiola, Obasanjo would never have emerged President.
He said, “Whether he likes it or not, MKO Abiola will forever be the symbol and hero of modern day democracy in Nigeria. When Abiola couldn’t negotiate his freedom by signing away his mandate to General Sani Abacha, he laid down his life and I expect Chief Obasanjo to understand the fact that he became a beneficiary and should see Abiola as a hero.
“Nobody can claim to be the only hero in any society. Society is a team. Within our Egba community, the Ransome-Kutis are heroes. Their mother was an activist, Fela was an acitivist, Beko Ransome-Kuti was an activist. Prof. Olikoye Ransome-Kuti took his father’s nature. He was a gentleman but was also an activist with his philosophy of primary healthcare.
“Wole Soyinka is a hero, Ebenezer Obey is a hero; he recorded over 50 records and delivered philosophical lyrics. Akintola Williams, an Egba man, is the first accountant and is still worshipped today. Society is the totality of a team. A tree can never make a forest and that is where I disagree with Chief Obasanjo. To reduce Soyinka to a wine connoisseur hurts me.”
The veteran journalist, who described Obasanjo’s book, ‘My Watch’, as a distortion of history, said Awolowo was unanimously elected as the leader of the Yoruba in 1966 shortly before the civil war.
He said Obasanjo was privy to the meeting where Awolowo was elected but only wanted to denigrate the late sage for reasons best known to him.
-Punch
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10 August at 15:08 · Edited ·
Ex-GOV. OSOBA, soorrioo
* I PITY YOU ooo FOR when you publicly exchange useless words with a madman, passers bye cannot differentiate who of the two is really mad!.
** WHY REDUCE YOURSELF TO HIS LEVEL. DO YOU REALLY KNOW HIM?
1. Is OBJ really an Egba son? Consult former Abia State Gov. KALU ORJI UZO KALU who owns the SUN NEWS for accurate & genuine genealogical roots of the deceitful embodied demon you are wasting your saliva on.
2. Did he pass at Yaba College of Technology?? Investigate. Ask his school mates, who are still alive. So why lower yourself to such a drop out.
3. Did he attend Sanhurst Military Academy in United Kingdom reserved for brightest cadets? or MONS academy in India, find out why he was not there, but sent to Mons??
4. Where was he WHEN HIS BEST PADDY MAN in the officers military barracks in Kaduna, Major Patrick Nzeogwu, struck in Jan. 1966?
Why was he not privy to the coup?
5. Where did he hide as a rat when Colonel Fajuyi & General JTU Ironsi were murdered by Murtala and his gang at Ibadan in July 1966/7? To date has he avenged?
6. Why did he not command any war fronts at the onset like brave Shuwa, Murtala or Black Scorpion a.k.a Benjamin Adekunle?
7. His fake MY COMMAND is pure forgery, he came to Mgbidi near Owerri a month to our surrender, for I fought as a nineteen year old Biafran Soldier and was "persona non grata" to us. He was a full time straggler (one who feigns ill-health to avoid real battles) plus Babaginda and Buhair who were mere Captais then. . . . HE WAS NOT KNOWN TO US the veterans till september 1969 ! Ask him why???
8. ASK HIM HOW & WHERE HE SAW the only surviving Major Ademoyega WHO SERIOUSLY FEIGNED MADDNESS till he OBJ slapped the maddness out of him! Where is Adegboyega hiding to date, HE IS THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN REVEAL A LOT UNKNOWN TO PATRIOTIC NIGERIANS.
** * Why can't you Yorubas open your cowardly eyes and jaundiced brains? Ask adegboyega, ... THE FIVE MAJORS wanted to forcibly INSTALL Obafemi Awolowo AS THE PRIME MINISTER thereby replace Bello's surrogate in Lagos, Sir Tafawa Balewa Abubakar who falsely accused AWO of treason and imprisoned him..
Out of pity Colonel Ojukwu the then Military Gov of Easter Nigeria, rescued him and the 5 majors from Kiri Kiri and shielded them at Calabar!
9. Major Adegboyega if still alive will attest to this and explain that Awolowo bit the fingers that fed him. The Treachery that fuelled the Civil War is he did not declare your own SECESSION, and THEREBY enslaved you all that could have had ODUDUWA REPUBLIC.
He reneged on the secret plot also to HAVE Benin Republic also declared with Odumegwu Ojukwu & thereby SOLD YOU ALL into perpetual slavery to Hausa-Funali Oligarchy and that is WHY ALL OF YOU ARE SECOND FIDDLERS FOREVER IN THE BRITISH MADE NIGERIA.
Send more enquiries to AIR RAID, The Real Battle Hero of our Biafran Survival War COLONEL ACHUZIA for full dossiers. Am was just a CHEM-BO-ZOO Higher School Student at C.K.C Onitsha, the University on the Niger at the onset of the dastardly unnecssary fratricide that could not have happened IF BIAFRA, WEST AND MIDWEST seceded together as REPUBLICS of free Oduduwa & Benin. BOTH OBAFEMI AWOLOWO and OLUSEGUN OBASANJO SOLD ALL YORUBA PEOPLE AND THEIR DESCENDANTS TO HAUSA-FULANI OLIGARCHY FOR EVER AND EVER.
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10 August at 15:08 · Edited ·
Ex-GOV. OSOBA, soorrioo
* I PITY YOU ooo FOR when you publicly exchange useless words with a madman, passers bye cannot differentiate who of the two is really mad!.
** WHY REDUCE YOURSELF TO HIS LEVEL. DO YOU REALLY KNOW HIM?
1. Is OBJ really an Egba son? Consult former Abia State Gov. KALU ORJI UZO KALU who owns the SUN NEWS for accurate & genuine genealogical roots of the deceitful embodied demon you are wasting your saliva on.
2. Did he pass at Yaba College of Technology?? Investigate. Ask his school mates, who are still alive. So why lower yourself to such a drop out.
3. Did he attend Sanhurst Military Academy in United Kingdom reserved for brightest cadets? or MONS academy in India, find out why he was not there, but sent to Mons??
4. Where was he WHEN HIS BEST PADDY MAN in the officers military barracks in Kaduna, Major Patrick Nzeogwu, struck in Jan. 1966?
Why was he not privy to the coup?
5. Where did he hide as a rat when Colonel Fajuyi & General JTU Ironsi were murdered by Murtala and his gang at Ibadan in July 1966/7? To date has he avenged?
6. Why did he not command any war fronts at the onset like brave Shuwa, Murtala or Black Scorpion a.k.a Benjamin Adekunle?
7. His fake MY COMMAND is pure forgery, he came to Mgbidi near Owerri a month to our surrender, for I fought as a nineteen year old Biafran Soldier and was "persona non grata" to us. He was a full time straggler (one who feigns ill-health to avoid real battles) plus Babaginda and Buhair who were mere Captais then. . . . HE WAS NOT KNOWN TO US the veterans till september 1969 ! Ask him why???
8. ASK HIM HOW & WHERE HE SAW the only surviving Major Ademoyega WHO SERIOUSLY FEIGNED MADDNESS till he OBJ slapped the maddness out of him! Where is Adegboyega hiding to date, HE IS THE ONLY ONE WHO CAN REVEAL A LOT UNKNOWN TO PATRIOTIC NIGERIANS.
** * Why can't you Yorubas open your cowardly eyes and jaundiced brains? Ask adegboyega, ... THE FIVE MAJORS wanted to forcibly INSTALL Obafemi Awolowo AS THE PRIME MINISTER thereby replace Bello's surrogate in Lagos, Sir Tafawa Balewa Abubakar who falsely accused AWO of treason and imprisoned him..
Out of pity Colonel Ojukwu the then Military Gov of Easter Nigeria, rescued him and the 5 majors from Kiri Kiri and shielded them at Calabar!
9. Major Adegboyega if still alive will attest to this and explain that Awolowo bit the fingers that fed him. The Treachery that fuelled the Civil War is he did not declare your own SECESSION, and THEREBY enslaved you all that could have had ODUDUWA REPUBLIC.
He reneged on the secret plot also to HAVE Benin Republic also declared with Odumegwu Ojukwu & thereby SOLD YOU ALL into perpetual slavery to Hausa-Funali Oligarchy and that is WHY ALL OF YOU ARE SECOND FIDDLERS FOREVER IN THE BRITISH MADE NIGERIA.
Send more enquiries to AIR RAID, The Real Battle Hero of our Biafran Survival War COLONEL ACHUZIA for full dossiers. Am was just a CHEM-BO-ZOO Higher School Student at C.K.C Onitsha, the University on the Niger at the onset of the dastardly unnecssary fratricide that could not have happened IF BIAFRA, WEST AND MIDWEST seceded together as REPUBLICS of free Oduduwa & Benin
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Jude Danmbaezue Dr Jideofo Kenechukwu Danmbaezue. D.Sc. In Research Psychometrics, is alive to date, has clocked 67 years. Served as Trainee Pilots Psycologist at both NAF FTG KANO AND later at NAF GTG, KAWO, KADUNA from 1976 till 1979 as a DSSC OFFR. My name appeared on same Part II Orders with GENERAL Olusegun Jacob Obasanjo, PLEASE CHECK NAF RECORDS for FLT LT JKD MBAEZUE NAF 759: now a happily married Professor of Clinical Psychometrics privately employed as an ASTUTE EXISTENTIAL FAMILY THERAPIST. I remain the ONLY retired military officer that has neither sought for nor served any regime in this bedevilled country. Ask my professional colleagues. Many are alive, retired but not TIRED AT ALL * * References can be made to LINKEDIN or GOOGLE . Have 27 websires, 12 blogspots , 39 powerpoints & 768 issertations right noe in the WWW. Just type DANMBAEZUE or REV. PROF. J. J. KENEZ into any search engine of your choice now.
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Jude Danmbaezue I SHUN PUBLICITY. NEVER GRANTED INTERVIEWS. LIVED THE LIFE OF A RESEARCH SCIENTIST. NEVER TRAVELLED OVERSEAS BECAUSE I WAS/STILL AM ASHAMED OF CARRYING A NIGERIAN PASSPORT. FIND ME VIA THE NAFF BASE COMMANDER IN ENUGU. NO ONE ELSE IS ALLOWED TO CONTACT ME DIRECTLY. FAILURE TO DO THIS IS AT THE CULPRIT'S RISK. AGUNABU UMUELECHI BIAFRA IS AS DEADLY AS BARACK OBAMA'S,.. " THE BEAST "... Major Kenechukwu Nzeogwu Mbaezue, BA 6532, OC, Degema Strike Force, 4th Commando Brigade, Biafra, 1968 1969.
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LECTURE GIVEN TO MEMBERS OF ROTARY INTERNATIONAL, DISTRICT 914, AT ENUGU IN 2010 ON STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR RESPONSIBLE PARENTS
By:
Dr Jideofo Kenechukwu Danmbaezue, D.Sc.
Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Existential Family Therapist
Kenez Health Klinik & Happy Family Network International
5 Church Street, Federal Housing Estate, Trans-Ekulu, Enugu
Phone: 0803-9097614 or 0805-1764999, E-mail: saintkenez@yahoo.co.uk
You can also visit my website: www.happyfamilynetwork.hpage.com for more
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
In this brief discussion, I will first give you what scientists call AN ABSTRACT, which is a resume or summary. This is the essence of advanced level lecture procedures practised in international circles. The bones are in the first two pages. The meat occupies other pages! This lecture ends with the commonest ego defence mechanisms most parents live with all through their lives. These are those of us who do not realise that they are never completely healthy nor are they completely sick most of their lives. Most of us usually resort to religious or superstitious methods for coping with it and die without knowing we were ill!
My respected fathers and mothers, times are hard and as each of us ages, stressors in our homes and/or places of work, irregularity of public utilities like electricity, water supply and coping with traffic congestion irritate us on a daily basis. The average adult living in the present global village dominated by electronic gadgets has many stressors to respond to and react to. For most parents therefore, the job of rearing their children becomes more cumbersome as the control of what they watch on television, what they browse in the Internet or restriction of when, why and how cellular phones are to be used is irritable as well as how these influence their moral development is stressful to every responsible parent.
What is stress? Stress in scientific psychology and biology is any strain or interference that disturbs the functioning of an organism. The human being responds to physical and psychological stress with a combination of psychic and physiological impulses or stimuli. When the stress is negative, the individual unconsciously responds with a variety of self preservative tactics, which we label “ego defence mechanism”. Inappropriate use and regular abuse of a particular ego defence mechanism results in anxiety neurosis, depression or another variety of personality disorder. Further inappropriate reliance on this translates into psychosomatic or mental disorders that result if the stress is too powerful or the individual’s defence is inadequate. This is the main topic we are here to discuss with all of you. I will teach you how to identify and manage these inappropriate response patterns that may eventually land you, your spouse or children in clinics, hospitals or prayer houses and/or crusade grounds!
RECOGNITION OF STRESSFUL EVENTS
Stress is an unavoidable aspect of modern living especially in urban cities and its effect on family life is specifically complex in an advanced technological society. There is little doubt that an individual's success or failure in controlling potentially stressful situations can have a profound effect on his ability to live a healthy life, have a good job and care for the spouse or love, manage and/or function adequately as a responsible parent. Neglect of these things results in high blood pressure, which may end in stroke!
The ability to “cope” with stress has figured prominently in psychosomatic research. There is a statistical link between coronary heart disease and individuals exhibiting stressful behavioural patterns designated “Type A.”  I have a 35-slide PowerPoint on this.
These patterns are reflected in a style of life characterised by impatience and a sense of time urgency, hard-driving competitiveness and preoccupation with vocational and related deadlines. Various strategies have been successful in treating psychological and physiological stress;
·         Moderate stress may be relieved by exercise and any type of meditation (e.g., yoga or Oriental meditative forms).
·         Severe stress may require psychotherapy to uncover and work through the underlying causes.
·         A form of behaviour therapy known as biofeedback enables the patient to become more aware of internal processes and thereby gain some control over bodily reactions to stress.
·         Sometimes, a change of environment or living situation may produce therapeutic results.

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