By: Tim Harry
The discovery in 2010 of the Tomb of Hecatomnus, was not widely reported, even though it was one of the year’s top archaeological discoveries. Archaeological discoveries though are, as a general rule, underreported, unless there is a large financial aspect involved with the discovery...
By: Lynette Alice
Spotting a person lying to you isn’t quite so easy as is often portrayed on television. In actuality, spotting a lie is often very difficult and takes practice as well as a knowledge of the person you think may be telling it. Over the...
What's your greatest fear?
By: Jimmy Flatbush
My good friend Roscoe once told me that in order to truly understand someone, you have to know his or her greatest fear. Once you know that,” he said, “you have an advantage whenever push comes to shove with that person. I have...
A psychological look into serial killers
By: Christyl Rivers
A serial killer is often the guy next door you hardly even noticed. He is that neighbor you don’t get to know who seemed so “quiet, polite, keeps to himself, and minds his own business.” This is all too often the tag...
By: Ray Langley
The Human Need for Social Interaction The Human Need for Social Interaction centers on the need to survive and procreate. As man has developed through time, the types of Social Interactions have evolved with him. Loose “packs” depicted of early man in historical recreations...
Distinctions between psychology and mental health
By: Bob Trowbridge
In simple terms, psychology is the study of the psyche (or the soul). In practical terms this means the study of human behavior including healthy mental functioning as well as mental illnesses. Mental health is the practical application of what psychologists have learned over the...
Psychological life-span growth from conception to death
By: Mary Tyrer
A person’s life span is much longer today than it was at the start of the 20th century, when a person lived an average of 49 years. Today the average length of life is approximately 76 years in the United States, worldwide the age...
By: Amela Piric - 507810
Love is not an addiction unless you make it so. Love is a willful desire to love somebody in spite of his weaknesses. Love is not only a temporary feeling. It is a decision to act in a loving way. If you act in a...
By: Amela Piric - 507810
It is far better to cry and let your feeling out when hurt than to suppress your feelings deep within yourself. Looking at it from a long-term perspective holding back and suppressing your feelings can be detrimental for your mental health. Accumulating negative feelings harbored...
By: M.A. Dal Cero
Crying comes easily for some, while others find it extremely difficult to cry, or to be openly expressive with their feelings. Those of us who tend to tear up at the drop of a hat see it as both a blessing and a curse. We...

 

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