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Being positive is all the rage, but for a good reason. Being able to access the lighter side of life can help you stay healthy and happy. This is because other people will want to be around you and share your pleasant mood, and good experiences will be easy for you to see and take advantage of.
Published by B W1 71 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 2 comments
Increasing willpower can seem tough when you do not know how. Bad habits may feel difficult to give-up and new, healthy behavior hard to adopt. There are ways though, you can increase your willpower and use it to make your life better. By using instant gratification, and making goals strong, you will achieve your aims.
Published by B W1 71 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 3 comments
Gregory Bateson was the founder of family therapy. He was an eclectic researcher studying psychiatry, animal behavior, ecology, learning theory, evolution, and cybernetics (communication). He started up a schizophrenia project in Palo Alto California in the 1950s. Bateson determined that each message a person delivers carries with it the content or the actual verbal message and a secondary message that may be non-verbal and delivered by a body gesture or an unspoken understanding.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +8 votes | 6 comments
Depression has become a common word; we think of it as a state of mood rather than a medical diagnosis. There are several types of depression, and we will discuss a few of them in this article. What is clinical depression? What is Major Depression Disorder? What is chronic depression? What is neurotic depression? What is dysthymia? Did you know that chronic, neurotic and dysthymia are different names for the same disorder?
Published by Charlene Collins 71 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 3 comments
Using creative visualization can help you tap into your subconscious and discover more about your personality, needs and relationships. Sometimes it is possible to know clearly, what is happening on a deeper level, that does not quite rise to the surface. Visualization can serve as an effective aid to self-exploration.
Published by B W1 71 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 5 comments
Creative visualization can be part of a regular stress relief plan, or be used occasionally to boost your confidence and feelings of calmness. Visualizing will become easier the more you practice, and soon you will discover it is an invaluable aid to self-esteem and well-being, and wonder how you ever managed without it.
Published by B W1 71 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 2 comments
Stress can make you ill and unhappy, especially if you do not know how to effectively deal with it. Each day there is a possibility you will face situations that leave you frazzled and lacking in emotional energy, but if you develop a stress maintenance plan, incorporating mindful exercises into your routine, you will cope well with life’s difficulties.
Published by B W1 71 months ago in Psychology | +8 votes | 6 comments
Before the 1950s the medical community had such high hopes that working with families would be the cure for schizophrenia. Social workers recognized the importance of involving the families, but the psychoanalysts still rejected bringing the family into the therapy sessions. They preferred to make judgments about the family without consulting them. They were however, provided with valuable information for the early social workers.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 3 comments
The biological model for mental illness is heavily vested in brain chemistry. Every behavior we display from thinking to feeling and doing things is due to the neurons in the brain firing and releasing chemicals called neurotransmitters. When there is an imbalance of these neurotransmitters mental disorders are said to occur.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +3 votes | 5 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 71 months ago in Psychology | +1 votes | 0 comments
Social workers have played a role in family education and family guidance since the 19th Century in Britain. At this time in America, social workers lived in settlement house with the poor and down trodden and were dedicated to helping them. However, social workers were largely ignored in the study of mental health. The psychiatrists dominated the field of mental illness barely tolerating psychologists and completely ignoring the role of the social worker.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +5 votes | 5 comments
Psych biologists study how the biological conditions are the causes for mental disorders. Much of the research for this medical model comes from family and twin studies. Genetics does play a large role in determining disease, but it is not the only factor. The environment or how we live our lives also determines the way we behave.
Published by carol roach 71 months ago in Psychology | +4 votes | 1 comments
Feeling stressed either physically, mentally or both? If so, you need to relax. There are two methods of achieving relaxation that are especially powerful. Adopting them will help you learn how to relax naturally more easily, particularly if you practice the exercises regularly. By deep breathing, tensing, and then releasing your muscles you can easily become relaxed.
Published by B W1 71 months ago in Psychology | +6 votes | 5 comments
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