Key pillar of confidence: Self esteem
By: Maggi Thomas
The dictionary describes self-esteem as one's good opinion of oneself or self-respect. Self-esteem is a basic human need and is indispensable to normal and healthy self-development and survival in this rat race. It is something experienced as a part, or all, of an individual's thoughts...
What's your greatest fear?
By: M.A. Dal Cero
Fear can be an ever-changing emotion. What we fear can vary depending on our life circumstances. There have been times in my life when I have feared certain events or situations, while at other times, I have been afraid of completely different matters. Today, however...
Introduction to the three-ages system of archaeology
By: Abby Way
The three ages system of archaeology works by dividing human prehistory (the time period before written history evolved) into three distinct ages, based on the technological advances civilization made. The civilizations best categorized as such are European and Mediterranean; however, other civilizations are sometimes described...
By: M.A. Dal Cero
A smile is a wonderful and powerful action. It possesses the ability to uplift, strengthen, and bring immeasurable levels of comfort and joy. It can turn a negative point in time to a positive one in the blink of an eye. The simple act of...
By: M.A. Dal Cero
Mistakes are an unavoidable part of life. None of us are granted perfection and, therefore, we can be certain that we will make errors during the course of our lifetimes which will affect both ourselves and others. The important key when assessing these occurrences is...
Why it is never too late to conquer fear
By: Margaret Graham
Why it is never too late to conquer fearIt is never too late to conquer fear for several reasons. Depending on the object one fears and the intensity of the anxiety one feels it may be necessary to overcome the fear for self preservation. One...
How did Freud and Lacan explain anorexia?
By: Veronica Franco
Anorexic people suppress hunger in an attempt to avoid gained weight, which leads them to a cycle of fasting and excessive loss of weight. They will indulge diets and exhaustive exercise. Very often they meet fatter although being below the healthy weight limit. As a...
What's your greatest fear?
By: Natasha Austin
I was a child who loved the Fourth of July. Every year my family would go to my grandfather's house and have a big dinner. We would see family we hadn't seen in quite a while, as well as some we saw at least once...
By: Laura Leigh Fields
I am not phobic to the point that it effects my whole persona but as many others do, I struggle with my phobias. Perhaps, the things that drive me nuts aren't as strange compared to others but still, they give me the creeps. To me...
By: Laura Leigh Fields
I am convinced that my tears have kept the Kleenex Company in business for many years. Tears aren't always the best way to deal with things yet, for me, they have brought comfort. Physically, I have always been tough. Emotionally, I sometimes can not keep...

 

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