How to create a cairn. It’s like a public therapy session

How to create a cairn. This lesson is built as a public therapy session, so now is the time to discuss several topics related to how to create a pyramid. For didactic reasons, I will treat them all. This will be my first step towards solving this problem that I started. The second will not be in experience and emotions, but in knowledge, as I try to convey what public therapy is. This is a big stretch, and purists will make me stop this game.

How to respond to mental states when there is no life minimum and an activity is required that will calm thoughts? And how does the creation of the pyramids as a hobby affect everyday life.

After the severe drought of 1983 on the outskirts of cities, in the favela of the country, families of extreme poverty and wealth accumulate. Living conditions there are terrible both in terms of health and insecurity and violence (1995). How to respond to mental conditions when there is no life minimum?

Thus the first groups of community therapy were born. Public therapy, is it serious? Social therapy is based on five theoretical principles.

Cairn as a hobby. Public therapy applies to everyone, but especially people who feel lonely in relation to their suffering, families and professionals. This is for those who suffer, regardless of their suffering and age. This is a way to help another, which does not replace the practice of specialists, but is complementary. Pathology can only be treated by specialists. On the other hand, everyone can support the other in their suffering.

This can be used for prevention (prevention of risky behavior, suicidal behavior, addictive behavior …). It can be used when “evil” exists as a source of solutions, ideas, contacts with new people. Finally, it can help create or find team dynamics and create a sense of belonging to a group.

Being seduced by this formidable work tool, how can we pack it in our luggage, cross it and use it in our western countries, so remote from the heat and holiday? It’s a bit like when we return these rather traditional outfits that are invulnerable from their original surroundings if not for the carnival!

After presenting various topics, a vote is organized to find out which one affects most people. Topics that have not been selected are dealt with elsewhere, at another time. At this time, we acknowledge that the topic of community-based therapy has gained voting power.

Contextualization and problematization. To develop this issue, we will draw on the experience the head physician of the clinic specializing in drug treatment at the center which has been using community therapy since 2005.

The first group was created to allow families and alcoholics to resume dialogue. Once a month, this large group brings together hospitalized patients and families who wish, as well as former patients and members of former patient associations. This group is very popular and can restore family ties, which are often undermined.

Balanced rocks. Interesting facts about the pyramids. A comparative study of rocks with high and low deformation is an important tool for understanding the reaction processes occurring in rocks and for reconstructing the evolution of metamorphic soils. The criteria given in the Basics of Petrography for distinguishing between pre-, syn- and post-tectonic minerals, the edges of the reaction are important elements for distinguishing between different generations of minerals.

In this lesson, we will examine aspects inherent in the geometric and temporal relationships between minerals in metamorphic rocks in order to identify and restore the sequence of mineralogical associations over time. These aspects will be considered both in tectonites and in rocks with low deformation.

Finally, a diagram will be presented that illustrates the distribution of deformation during a tectonic event to determine how heterogeneous development of the deformation is possible and how various metamorphic structures and textures can be formed during a single metamorphic recrystallization event.

The course of the basics of petrography introduced and widely discussed the fundamental characteristics inherent in the structures of deformed and undeformed metamorphic rocks. Flat and linear structures form regions in which processes of intracrystalline plastic deformation and dynamic recrystallization are active, such as migration of grain boundaries, rotation of sun granules, reduction of grain boundary surfaces, up to the development (under conditions of high temperature and fluid presence) of granoblastic structures. Massive structures characterized by the presence of crowns, instead of pseudomorphosis, characterize areas of low deformation.