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Published by Sasha Brown 59 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 1 comments
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Published by Latoya Lawrence 62 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
A creative story about one woman's years of abuse spoken to her counselor who reports it using the third person narrative. A case of deliberate switching of identities to in all points try to kill the abused and insert a bastard. The designation bastard is used since the abused could not stand to use the designation of illigetimate stating she was never ill, a bit of ironic humor signifying healing for the abused and to hell with the abuser.
Published by Nora K Anthony 64 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 3 comments
Being chased in dreams is a common experience and it can represent many things from running from one's own fear to feeling as though there are surmounting pressures that are difficult to outrun. Being chased can also help us confront unresolved conflicts from the past and help us move through the grief and healing process of loss as well as understanding ways in which challenges can be overcome.
Published by Debbie Edwards 64 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 1 comments
Drowning in your dreams can represent many things that the subconscious is trying to relay to the dreamer. Listed below are common interpretations to what it means to dream of drowning from discovering underlying emotions of fear, being overwhelmed, trapped or the need to express one's self more clearly. Discover new and simple ways to understand what your dreams of drowning are trying to tell you.
Published by Debbie Edwards 64 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 5 comments
Depression can affect anyone like you or a loved one as we all have good days and bad days, depending on circumstances in life. Stress and the economy has a huge effect on most of us. Depression is when some people tend to have all bad days and get lost in a deep dark tunnel of no return. There is help available for anyone lost in a deep depression so they can see the light and find new hope in their lives.
Published by Susan Lee 64 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
A clinician will make an assessment of a patient using the DSM for mental disorders. The DSM is a guideline for diagnosing different disorders. The manual is divided into five sections known as axes. What is considered mental disorders are notated on Axis I and II. The other Axes III and IV determine any medical or psychosocial problems which may affect the mental Illness; while Axis V provides an assessment form for the patient’s general level of functioning.
Published by carol roach 66 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 3 comments
Most of the individual psychology theories such as the learning theory, cognitive, and biological theory are not sufficient in determining and explaining the origins of mental illness. The diathesis-stress model stipulates that in order to come down with a mental disorder, a person must have a biological predisposition for the disease, they must live in a bad environment and they must be experiencing stress because of that environment.
Published by carol roach 66 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 5 comments
People have long suspected that their emotions can make a difference to their health. Interestingly, we have known this for a long time, as is evident in the way we speak and the phrases we use. This article looks at how we use language to link emotions and health, and explains why feelings are joined via our thoughts and how we physically feel.
Published by B W1 68 months ago in Psychology | +28 votes | 2 comments
Stanley Milgrams study about authority and how people respond shed light on wartime atrocities. How could people blindly follow orders and hurt other people just because they were told to? Milgrams experiment showed that most people naturally follow orders, no matter what the consequences to another person is. Do you think you would behave differently? Perhaps, as the study suggests, 65% of readers would behave just like the subjects in the experiment.
Published by B W1 68 months ago in Psychology | +13 votes | 1 comments
People’s ideas about violent video games and their effects often clash. However, there is information gleaned from studies that can enlighten players, and non-game players about how this activity can be detrimental or beneficial. At present, it is thought that only a select few can achieve a boost to their wellbeing by engaging in violent video games.
Published by B W1 69 months ago in Psychology | +10 votes | 9 comments
Overeating due to an attempt to reduce stress is common. Not only is food easily available, but it provides the comfort that anxious people crave. There are other ways to relieve stress and depression when you get the urge to ply your body with food in an attempt to stifle emotions, which are healthier alternatives.
Published by B W1 69 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 3 comments
There are many manifestations of conversion disorders. Conversion disorders display physical symptoms caused by stress, but there is no physical reason for the symptoms. I have a couple of manifestations of conversion. Sometimes I can’t talk due to terrible stuttering, but other times I can’t talk because I don’t have the language skills to communicate. When this conversion takes place, I don’t have the words in my mind to speak. It passes after a few minutes of deep ...
Published by Charlene Collins 69 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 2 comments
Operant conditioning was made famous by B.F. Skinner. He elaborating on the theory of effect purposed by Thorndike to include the concept of reinforcements bearing the heaviest influence on shaping behavior. Positive reinforcements would lead to repetitious behavior while negative reinforcements meant that a negative aspect in the environment would be taken away and that too would result in more repetitious behavior.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 6 comments
There are many symptoms to depression. The most frequently talked about symptoms are hopelessness, lethargy, but one not talked about enough is impaired memory. People with major depression disorder, MDD, often have problems with recall. You may even be surprised that other people say you said or did something that you have no memory of.
Published by Charlene Collins 69 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 5 comments
In the early 20th century structural scientists were interested in the structures and the working of the mind. They began experimenting with different apparatus in the environment to analyze how people responded. The first experiments analyzed self-reports of how the apparatus used made them think or feel. However, it was soon discovered that introspection was too subjective. Psychologists then turned their attention to observing and jotting down data they could see, which was considered objec...
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 5 comments
Alfred Adler was among the pioneers of psychoanalytic theory. He had a major fall out with Freud over theories. Freud rationalized that our personality was formed from instincts whereas Adler found that the environment had a profound influence in shaping our personality. He is best known for developing the inferiority and superiority complexes.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 5 comments
Gregory Bateson and his team headed up the first family investigation into the causes of schizophrenia. He postulated that schizophrenia was caused by mixed messages received from important family members. These messages often put the schizophrenic individual in a position where he or she could not escape. This created what he coined as the double bind.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +7 votes | 7 comments
The great doctor Freud really did not understand women yet he made elaborate theories about them which have been challenged by female psychoanalysts such as Karen Horney and feminists alike. His views on penis envy, women being inferior to men, women wanting to be men are considered demeaning to women and without any empirical backing.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 4 comments
Freud’s theories were filled with sweeping generations. He formulated a theory for all humankind based on a small sample of upper class Viennese women. His theories don’t account for people of different cultures or social status. His theories were they not supposed to be clinical would be considered discriminatory and prejudice today especially when it came to women and homosexual behavior.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 3 comments
Freud held two theories on child sexual abuse. At first he said that his patients were suffering from mental disorders due to being raped by their father in childhood. However, that theory was very controversial in his day. Freud later changed his theory to fantasies. He said that the women were not actually raped but fantasized about being rape. This led the cornerstone of his theory, the Oedipus complex.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 1 comments
At the basis of Freudian psychology is the idea of neurotic anxiety and repressed thoughts. Because Freud’s model is a sexual tension model, these sexual urges produced by the Id are unconscious urges. Because these urges are unacceptable they are buried deep in the psyche. They are repressed. When these urges surface, the individual feels anxiety, which is the trigger for the ego to jump into action and curtail these urges.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 1 comments
Most people smile often, even if they are not happy. This is because a smile does not always mean that a person is feeling joy. The motivation behind a smile may be positive, or it could be sinister, or stem from a desire to be proper and polite. We give little thought to smiling, as it is so common. However, there may be more to a simple smile then you imagine.
Published by B W1 69 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 1 comments
It can be interesting and useful to understand what motivates individuals. Knowing what makes them tick can help you converse more smoothly, and really know them better. Communicating with people is easy once you know their predominant sense, and can be even simpler once you understand the major motivation which contributes to their actions and thoughts.
Published by B W1 69 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 2 comments
Just about every freshman college student learns about Freud. There are three aspects of personality; the Id, ego, and superego. The Id is our basic animal instinct for all our pleasures, the ego is the reality part of our mind and the superego is our conscience. They are always at play, within us, but when the three are at odds with each other and the situation cannot be rectified this is when mental illness occurs according to Freud.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 7 comments
The most widely known model for mental illness is the psychoanalytic model founded by Freud almost one hundred years ago. Not all of the theory is used today but parts of it have been modified to fit today’s society. Freud postulated that the mind was divided into three major parts. The very first part surfaced at birth and was biological in nature.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 2 comments
Everyone dreams of having the perfect life. So, what is the perfect life? Each and every one of us would answer differently. It all depends on what makes you happy. A persons idea of a perfect life would be a life filled with only things that made them happy. If your idea of perfect is realistic then you can have your perfect life.
Published by Samantha Thompson 69 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
Sometimes it can be tough saying no when you are asked to carry out a favor. If you do not have the time, energy or will to assist you may wish to say you cannot help, but feel guilty. Perhaps constant pressure to assist someone is making you annoyed or ill. Learning how to say no in a manner that is non-offensive but direct can be useful.
Published by B W1 69 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 0 comments
Psychiatric hospitals have commonalities between the USA and Canada and they have a few differences as well. There are several types of facilities who house the mentally ill. They include government and state hospitals, mental wards in general hospitals or veteran hospitals, private hospitals, and hospitals for the criminally insane.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 7 comments
What is psychic ability? This question is often asked, but very few people know that there are many kinds of psychic ability. This articles will look briefly at a few kinds such as; automatic writing, pet psychics, and channeling. Shirley Maclaine and Esther Hicks are among the most famous channelers.
Published by carol roach 69 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 6 comments
What is a misanthrope? What is misanthropy? Where did the word misanthropy come from? Is a misanthrope the same thing as a sociopath? What is the term for when a person hates people? Learn why some people come to dislike humanity as a whole. Who was Carl Panzram? Why do people become hermits?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 69 months ago in Psychology | +8 votes | 7 comments
Most people believe that the only way to argue is with loud words and fists. Fortunately there are some people who can swat you their side even read your rights, dress you down and put you in your place without even raising voices. They just use cheap psychological tricks to win their arguments. Know some of their tips on how to stop yourself committing impulsive act.
Published by Jessie Agudo 231 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Having bipolar disorder means you are having mood swings. The mood swings of this disorder are not the everyday changes of mood that most people have. The mood swings of bipolar disorder are caused by a brain disorder. The high moods are called mania and the low moods are called depression. Other names for this disorder are bipolar depression and manic depression.
Published by kimberly fleeman 69 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 1 comments
There are two ways of looking at how emotional problems come about. The linear way of thinking places the problems in a straight line with its origin somewhere in the past. These problems continue to present day. The circular way of thinking purports that emotional problems occur because of interpersonal and environmental influences. Each person acts and reacts to a given situation and some of these reactions are not healthy.
Published by carol roach 70 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 13 comments
Clients come to a clinician’s office with what is called a presenting problem. More often than not the presenting problem is not the whole picture. The presenting problem is usually a symptom of an underlying cause the client may not even be aware of; but the psychologist, psychiatrist, or counselor must get to the bottom of.
Published by carol roach 70 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 3 comments
Individual therapy is wonderful for rapport building and intimacy between client and therapist. The client is provided a safe environment to divulge information never shared with anyone else. However, family therapy often gives the therapist a better understanding of the family dynamics which may be the issue the client is having.
Published by carol roach 70 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 9 comments
There are over 350 different therapies that are practiced in psychology today. The most popular of these therapies is cognitive Behavioral therapy which combines the principles of learning theory. The principles of learning theory are applied to behavioral and cognitive therapy. The former stipulates that humans learn through their behavior, and the latter stipulates that humans learn and or change their behavior through logic.
Published by carol roach 70 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 1 comments
Self-esteem cannot be improved by simply repeating positive phrases that mean nothing personally. The common sense and effective way to increase confidence is to look at positive truths, which prove the qualities, skills, and talents individuals have, and to include them in positive affirmations to give them power and personal meaning.
Published by B W1 70 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 0 comments
The swastika is a symbol that goes back a long way in history and is most commonly known as a symbol of Hinduism, Buddhism, and the Nazi party. Of course, the Nazi party was not really anything to do with the culture that used the swastika for thousands of years before them.
Published by Rowan Casey 70 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Sometimes pet hoarding gets so bad that the law has to get involved. Hoarders don’t really believe they have a problem. They love their animals, but have no idea that they aren’t caring properly for their animals. Every hoarder has their issues and animal hoarding is the band-aid that makes them feel better.
Published by Charlene Collins 70 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 0 comments
This article will discuss the possible causes and effects of seasonal affective disorder. More to the point, we will discuss the common factors which are shared by many who have symptoms of SAD. If you have been diagnosed with this disorder, or you know someone who has, continue reading to learn more about this fairly common disorder.
Published by Charlene Collins 70 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
This article will identify the symptoms and risk factors for seasonal affective disorder (SAD). If you socially withdraw from people, you might be suffering from SAD. With proper treatment, the symptoms of season affective disorder often diminish. However, many people continue to live with significant symptoms of social anxiety throughout their lives. If you want to learn more about how to live with this disorder read on.
Published by Charlene Collins 70 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 1 comments
Some parents complain that playtime seems to be all the time for young children. They remember the days when school was all about learning, however, play is learning as well. Play is such an important factor in the process of learning. Children find it easy to learn through playing games.
Published by carol roach 70 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 4 comments
Long Island Medium premiered over TLC on September 25, 2011. Self-described medium Theresa Caputo claims to be able to communicate with the dead, aiding her clients on their journey into the spirit world from her base in Long Island, New York. In one episode Caputo helps a dead son connect with his grieving mother.
Published by William J. Felchner 70 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
One thing that will ruin any relationship is to start off with unrealistic promises. Oh yes when we were young or in the stage of romantic love we make promises such as “I will love you forever.” Even the traditional weddings vows state” till death do us part.” But in today’s society when relationships are so fragile, absolute promises are hard to keep.
Published by carol roach 70 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
When a person suffers from depression there are many medications a doctor might choose. Each medication has its pros and cons. The most important thing for a person suffering from depression to remember is the doctor has decided the effectiveness of the medication will out weight any of the side effects the patient might experience.
Published by Stacey Gaubatz 71 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
Many people struggle with the fear of their own death, but it is something that we all must face someday, so it's a good idea to come to terms with it now, before you have to think about it when it happens, which by definition you don't. This article will explain how to deal with your own mortality.
Published by Rowan Casey 71 months ago in Psychology | +9 votes | 4 comments
Chuck Ward was an American pastor who was also known as Chuck Smith. He was born in 1927 and is still alive though his health has been on the decline since 2009. He had a minor stroke in that year but was courageous enough to return to work. Unfortunately, he announced that he now has lung cancer and was expected to have surgery early this year. He is featured here in this collection of psychological beliefs concerning the future based on religious doctrine and human reasoning.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +10 votes | 10 comments
Okay so most of us know the research on what attracts the opposite sex to each other. Men are first attracted to the physical features of a woman before they engage in a relationship. Though women tend not to date anyone that is physically repulsive to their sensibilities, the emphasis on choosing a partner is not based on physical attraction alone. Sometimes physical attraction is the least important thing on their list.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 10 comments
This is how to not let things bother you, or an explanation of why I think that things don't bother me as much as some other people. I might be wrong completely, but it doesn't bother me all that much. If things are bothering you, perhaps you will find some good tips here, or maybe not, I don't care.
Published by Rowan Casey 72 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 0 comments
Have you heard the expression: don't get too attached to an assumption, just because it's yours? It's very important to understand that we aren't always right, and don't know everything. Everyone can learn new things, and it's important to keep an open mind, about lots of different things, because you may be wrong, and it could be important.
Published by Rowan Casey 72 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 7 comments
The article is about how to maintain a good relationship. It points out the good points to sustain and the but points to look out for. Even though one should always go into a relationship with a healthy outlook it is also good to keep on your toes and look for ways to keep the relationship running smoothly.
Published by carol roach 72 months ago in Psychology | +8 votes | 4 comments
How do you know if you are going crazy? Are there warning signs, or does it come on quickly, or in brief episodes? The odds are good that if you even have to ask this question you do have a minor mental illness of some kind, as one in five people do. Most get by just fine, but it's a good idea to talk to someone about it.
Published by Rowan Casey 72 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 4 comments
Do human beings have instincts, or are they too highly-evolved to think in the same way as an animal? Are humans animals, or are we actually on a different level than every other creature on the face of the earth, just because we think we are? Are humans smart enough to answer these questions, or do we need to make contact with aliens first?
Published by Rowan Casey 72 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
When spider comes to us in a dream to deliver a message, we may find that we are being asked to face our fears or observe how we are moving through, and building on, new creative ventures. It can also signal to us that we need to take an extra look at how we relate to others and what type of relationships we are building. We can learn how to recognize the way we respond to new situations or learning new ways to trust in ourselves when we are taking new risks and creating new things for ourselves...
Published by Debbie Edwards 72 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 4 comments
Discover what it means for a wolf or wolves to appear in a persons dream. From singular or family groups, we can learn about the nature of the dreamer or people that the dreamer is connected to in their life. It can also reveal information pertaining to their spiritual growth and internal changes such as emotional growth, decisions surrounding personal relationships or even career goals.
Published by Debbie Edwards 72 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 28 comments
Use different colors for visualization to enhance clarity, moods, health and problem solving techniques that are easy to incorporate in your every day life whether it's improving memory, healing physical pain and scar tissue to opening energetic blockages within your energy systems, Chakras and aura. Discover basic ways your mind and body can heal using these simple visualization methods.
Published by Debbie Edwards 72 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 0 comments
Remember when Grandma referred to the Bipolar as people who often had "nervous breakdowns" and went to the big house on the hill?
Published by Amy Russell 72 months ago in Psychology | +14 votes | 6 comments
Understand how electromagnetic energies affect sleep cycles, psychical reception, precognition, mood and overall health and well being.
Published by Debbie Edwards 73 months ago in Psychology | +7 votes | 6 comments
Jeane Dixon was one of the most famous astrologers and psychics of the 20th century.
Published by carol roach 73 months ago in Psychology | +14 votes | 18 comments
Edgar Cayce makes this end times series because he predicted the second coming of Christ in 2000.
Published by carol roach 73 months ago in Psychology | +7 votes | 7 comments
These facts will aid the health & wellness of the person giving and receiving bad news. Emotions run high when a person tells another some bad news, so preparation now will better equip you when that communication is needed.
Published by Roberta Baxter 73 months ago in Psychology | +29 votes | 20 comments
Dreaming of Turtles can represent how we're moving through life or owning one's personal power and keeping things in balance among many other things. Read more in depth information on what it means to dream of Turtles.
Published by Debbie Edwards 73 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 12 comments
Dreaming of a departed loved one that has crossed over can be exciting and reveal a message to the dreamer that they are still connected after death. It can also reveal where in the grieving process the dreamer is and how to ask for and receive direct messages through dreams.
Published by Debbie Edwards 231 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 7 comments
End of the world predictions can be very scary, people put so much faith and fear into these predictions
Published by carol roach 73 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 7 comments
It is important to be value neutral with clients to avoid harm by mixing your own values and beliefs with clients that is potentially damaging to their fragile state. According to module 2 lecture (2011), “One of the most important things that the therapist need to do is deal with and resolve his or her own issues before beginning to practice on therapy on others.”
Published by Chris Stonecipher 73 months ago in Psychology | +27 votes | 16 comments
Teeth falling out, breaking apart or even new teeth growing in can teach a lot about what we are experiencing in our daily lives. Explore a list of interpretations on what it means to dream of teeth.
Published by Debbie Edwards 73 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 2 comments
What are the characteristics of primary memory?
Published by Kerry Hosking 74 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 2 comments
What is the relationship between attention and cognition? How do you define attention?
Published by Kerry Hosking 74 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 0 comments
How does the visual system resolves ambiguities by making different types of assumptions.
Published by Kerry Hosking 74 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 2 comments
What is internal and external motivation? Are motives internal or external?
Published by Kerry Hosking 74 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
What is Motivation? What is the link between motivation and behavior?
Published by Kerry Hosking 74 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 0 comments
How is information processed?
Published by Kerry Hosking 74 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
What are the five major divisions of the brain?
Published by Kerry Hosking 74 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 2 comments
Is it ethical to use humans in biopsychology reasearch?
Published by Kerry Hosking 74 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Being naked in a dream can represent many things from feeling vulnerable to empowered. Read the several interpretation to what it means to dream of being naked.
Published by Debbie Edwards 74 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 7 comments
Dreams with an Ex-Girlfriend or Ex-Boyfriend can represent many things from them thinking of the dreamer, or needing to reconcile and find closure. Discover the many common interpretations.
Published by Debbie Edwards 74 months ago in Psychology | +8 votes | 705 comments
Zombies in our dreams can represent many things from a challenge of another persons ideas to the need to lighten up our mental energies and find more time for play. Read about the many different interpretations of what it means to dream of Zombies.
Published by Debbie Edwards 74 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 6 comments
Giving birth in dreams can represent new ideas and experiences, or even a culmination of efforts that have come to fruition. Learn common interpretations of what it means to give birth or participate in a birthing process in a dream.
Published by Debbie Edwards 74 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 4 comments
Bats in dreams can represent group or solitary situations that require better listening skills or more attention to understand the indirect meaning behind its presence. Learn the meanings and interpretations.
Published by Debbie Edwards 74 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 1 comments
Many people misunderstood the function and meaning of dreaming. To fully understand it, this article explains different theories regarding dreams. It explains how it happens and its meaning.
Published by Gimpao Ni Ei Suuh 74 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 4 comments
Cougars in dreams can represent many things from stepping into ones own personal power or becoming self sufficient and self sustainable. Learn the meanings and interpretations.
Published by Debbie Edwards 74 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 2 comments
Understanding the controlling personality can begin a process of helping that person when they allow that. Facts of several degrees of this personality disorder delve into the traits of each in this article.
Published by Roberta Baxter 74 months ago in Psychology | +28 votes | 21 comments
Apathy is a behavior condition requiring education and treatment, but many people do not receive either for apathetic symptoms. Relationships are quite often affected by emotions of people with a partner with apathy that affect their health in a huge way.
Published by Roberta Baxter 76 months ago in Psychology | +16 votes | 18 comments
Fear is a true and dangerous health risk to patients so both psychology and physical needs are both discussed in treatment. Symptoms and the risk of the treats that fear produce require both stress management and health care.
Published by Roberta Baxter 77 months ago in Psychology | +24 votes | 16 comments
In relation to Neil Anderson's Helping Others Find Freedom in Christ, Victory Over the Darkness brings new methods of Christian thinking to history and tradition of the Christian experience.
Published by Danny Hauger 78 months ago in Psychology | +11 votes | 3 comments
Fairytales are charming examples of the wonders of the imagination. Or are they? People have attempted to prove that they are real, and many people believe in fairies.
Published by B W1 79 months ago in Psychology | +17 votes | 12 comments
Spiritual beliefs and practices greatly influence both a person's reaction to loss and subsequent behavior.
Published by Hanzel Ageas 79 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Building self esteem using these tools will restore health & wellness. How to use feelings to restore self worth.
Published by Roberta Baxter 80 months ago in Psychology | +24 votes | 18 comments
Shame is a useless and worthless emotion when applied out of context. Inappropriate shame blown out of proportion can be damaging. learning where it stems from can help you deal with feelings.
Published by B W1 81 months ago in Psychology | +10 votes | 5 comments
Listening is a skill which is fast becoming a lost art. Learn how listening has many benefits and can expand your knowledge and personal growth
Published by B W1 81 months ago in Psychology | +8 votes | 1 comments
Fear of failure can hold you back if you let it. Instead of worrying about what other people think let go of your fears and experience the freedom to succeed or fail without shame
Published by B W1 81 months ago in Psychology | +15 votes | 9 comments
Negative assumptions are easily made, however they can lead to unhappiness and ignorance. Learning how to challenge your viewpoints and discover where they come from can help you let go of false ideas.
Published by B W1 82 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 6 comments
Do you base your self perception on the labels other people gave you in the past? If so it may be time to shake off negativity and reinvent yourself.
Published by B W1 82 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 9 comments
Your thoughts are powerful. They can determine how happy or sad you are in life.
Published by B W1 82 months ago in Psychology | +12 votes | 16 comments
Does what you wear influence the outcome of a negotiation. Yes, it seems. If you want to get something done, wear red.
Published by BlaBla 82 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 2 comments
Learning how to recognize positive signs and intuition can help you make use of your inner guide. When you ignore, or fail to recognize your gut feelings you are liable to make bad choices.
Published by B W1 82 months ago in Psychology | +10 votes | 5 comments
It's frustrating and upsetting to have someone talk over you repeatedly. If you're in this situation you will probably want to know how to get others to stop interrupting and listen to you. The way to do this is to project power behind your words.
Published by B W1 82 months ago in Psychology | +11 votes | 12 comments
Active listening and open ended questions can be used to help conversation flow, illicit information and heal. Knowing how to use these communication skills can make you a more effective communicator and helper.
Published by B W1 82 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 2 comments
More and more, schools are beginning to employ psychologists. This article details the issues a school psychologist is confronted with and summarizes his or her most important tasks.
Published by BlaBla 82 months ago in Psychology | +7 votes | 4 comments
Social psychology concerns itself with how others influence people's behavior. Here, four types of social influence are discussed: conformism, obedience, deindividuation and helping.
Published by BlaBla 83 months ago in Psychology | +8 votes | 1 comments
Getting along with your neighbours can make living where you do pleasurable. There are ways you can foster a good relationship
Published by B W1 83 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 0 comments
Are we brainwashed by subliminal messages, sent by multinational companies? Very unlikely, the science behind subliminal stimuli helps to separate fact from fiction.
Published by BlaBla 83 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 1 comments
Discover what it means and represents to experience breathing under water in dreams.
Published by Debbie Edwards 84 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 11 comments
Learn about the interpretations and meanings of phone calls in dreams.
Published by Debbie Edwards 84 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 3 comments
Learn the different interpretations and scenarios of what it means to be shot or be a shooter in a dream.
Published by Debbie Edwards 84 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 31 comments
Discover the interpretations and meanings of Tornado's that appear in dreams.
Published by Debbie Edwards 84 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 0 comments
Understand what it means to dream of a vehicle. Discover the many interpretations based on color, condition, position and ownership of a vehicle in a dream.
Published by Debbie Edwards 84 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 1 comments
Learn to decipher the many meanings, interpretations and symbols of dreaming of Houses. What do the rooms, colors, lighting and condition say about the person, who they're associated with, and their direction?
Published by Debbie Edwards 84 months ago in Psychology | +2 votes | 0 comments
Shyness can be emotionally crippling, preventing individuals from leading a full and happy life. Passing up opportunities to shine is often a symptom of bashfulness, but being shy can be overcome.
Published by B W1 84 months ago in Psychology | +17 votes | 10 comments
Fairytales are not always what they seem. Little Red Riding hood may be seen as a tale about man hating, the females journey of development, or about the dishonesty of men.
Published by B W1 84 months ago in Psychology | +10 votes | 4 comments
Knowing what a soulmate is and how to recognise one can be a challenge. Many people desperately want to meet a soulmate, but not all realise a soulmate can appear as someone who challenges us and propels us to be the best we can.
Published by B W1 84 months ago in Psychology | +11 votes | 5 comments
In this enlightened modern age, witchcraft and love spells are still rife. People want to know if love spells are real or fake. If they're real, then spellcasters can aid loves true course, or make it run in a different direction. If love spells aren't genuine, people are becoming victims of fraudsters and wasting money.
Published by B W1 85 months ago in Psychology | +7 votes | 9 comments
Members of the opposite sex may be attracted or repelled by the color we wear. At the same time we can attract like minded friends using color, and color has the power to influence what we buy and what we read.
Published by B W1 85 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 0 comments
current schizophrenia treatment methods are centers around atypical antipsychotic drugs, family therapy and social intervention.
Published by Dr. Manura Nanayakkara 85 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 0 comments
Dreaming about lions and tigers can be interpreted in several ways, depending on what you personally associate with them, and universal symbolism.
Published by B W1 85 months ago in Psychology | +19 votes | 21 comments
Experts agree that much of our mental capacity is not used at all.
Published by Melissa Murphy 85 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 1 comments
Success doesnÂ’t just happen and goals donÂ’t reach themselves. It takes awareness, understanding and focus.
Published by Melissa Murphy 85 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 1 comments
Listening to songs can help people suffering from depression feel better. Songs can be relaxing, ease stress, provide relief, or energize.
Published by B W1 86 months ago in Psychology | +9 votes | 8 comments
Learn how to manage outbursts of anger and frustration by using tools of self-hypnotic visualizations. Discover ways to alter root causes and core memories that can create patterns of positive results.
Published by Debbie Edwards 86 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
Anxiety is a learned reaction. It is a response we learn as a child be being exposed to a physical experience we did not know how to respond to.
Published by Cheril'Sword 92 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 6 comments
Addictions of every kind are increasingly controlling the lives of Americans.
Published by Kimberly Hartfield 103 months ago in Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
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