Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) described
By: Bridget Webber
Neuro-linguistic programming may be described as a positive form of programming the brain using language skills. The word 'Neuro' relates to neurological, as in the pathways of the brain. 'Linguistic,' of course, refers to language, as it is via verbal language that instructions are...
By: Christie Devine
The importance of exploring ethical issues has become evident with the amount of court cases which have arisen as the result of mistakes, oversights, and negligence on the part of social workers and human service workers. It is true that many factors are to be...
By: Jack Roviere
Once, psychology had a simple formula for determining if you were left-brained or right-brained. Because the left side of the body is controlled by the right side of the brain, someone who is left-handed was decided be right-brained. Furthermore, someone who is right-handed must be...
By: S.C. Kleinhans
People, animals, other living creatures and even machinesall suffer. People suffer because vicious animals andcreatures attack them: sharks, snakes, spiders, etc.People suffer because other people attack them: physically,mentally, spiritually, emotionally and sexually. Peoplesuffer because machines malfunction. Injuries and deathsresult from these various encounters...
By: Aleph
Love is NOT an addiction. The word love that people so loosely throw around isn't love at all, its infatuation and infatuation is an addiction, or more specifically an obsession.Most people nowadays see love as a feeling, something that comes over you and that...
By: Jack Cheiky
Small World: (Can Six Degrees Be Proved?)I meet people all the time that I have some weird connection too. For example: I'm in Houston, and a woman calls from Ohio for a price quote. She has an uncommon last name, so I ask her...
By: Aleph
Well as I see it both introverts and extroverts have challenges in and of themselves, it isn't specific to either one or the other.Generally, what you find is a strength in one, turns out to be a weakness in the other, for example, lets...
Which came first Language or Culture
By: D Goodwin
Which came first language or culture? At first glance it seems like it might be a complex question. But lets break it down.What is the definition of culture from some widely used dictionaries?The American Heritage Science Dictionary says it is "the totality of...
By: Gaylord Crawford
Selfishness? How do you feel of yourself? Do you think this is so obnoxious an issue to discuss? Well, gather your resolve, a moment to indulge your thoughts, while I explain. When you sit in quiescent solitude and examine your psyche, your needs, desires, wants...
By: Mimi Lu
Archaeology today, involves not only a systematic and meticulous excavation, but perhaps more importantly, cooperation with a variety of specialist scientific and historical disciplines to analyse and synthesise evidence of the human past in a way that reflects history accurately. It is only through working...

 

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