The difference between love and romantic love
By: Anelisa
Romantic love arouses our total being but mainly our senses and heart while love demands our mind and soul. Clarity is not totally clear in love since it is an art as Eric Fromm articulates so well in his book, "The Art of Loving."...
How to train your brain with Lloyd King's lateral thinking puzzles
By: Diane K
Lateral thinking, or thinking divergently, or 'outside the box', is natural process which enables us to learn and think creatively . Basically it is the ability to think freely and imaginatively, and to be more inventive.The notion of thinking 'outside the box', as distinct from...
How natural selection influences our view of viruses
By: David Aaron White
Natural selection explains to doctors that viruses are perfectly capable of evolving in order to combat their medications. In actuality, a virus is not an "idiot" when it comes to treatment, but is a living entity that is able to survive in human beings longer...
The impact of religion on human behavior
By: Dolores Moore
History informs us that every religion known to, and practiced by man has a set of principles and rules to follow. Whether God created man or man invented gods, religious beliefs have for centuries impacted on society, and so, on human behavior. No doubt the...
Why do some people complain about everything
By: Dolores Moore
We have all encountered them, those people who seem to find something to moan about in every situation. They have the power, if you let them, to really bring you down, or make you mad or darken the brightest day. The first human impulse when...
People-watching: More than a pastime
By: Dolores Moore
Within the first few weeks of life, human beings become people watchers. They learn to recognize faces, to read expressions, to understand love and trust. The toddler who misbehaves after day-care has undoubtedly been little people watching, and copying naughty behavior. Teens who want to...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
Before I answer the problem of whether or not mental illness exists, let us look a little at the history of mental illness/Asylums. You can see for yourself quite clearly how those afflicted with this condition where treated over the years.ASYLUM AND THE POOR...
How to achieve a higher level of self confidence
By: Lou Belcher
How to achieve a higher level of self-confidence.Self-confidence is central to the affect we present to the world and in many cases has everything to do with our successes and failures. Persistent low self-confidence tends to restrict us in all aspects of our lives...
Coping with criticism
By: Joseph Wardy
What does it mean to cope with criticism? To me, coping is not about dismissing criticism as dismissal is refusal to study the value of the criticism. Dismiss if and only if the source is unreliable or in fact is in misery and wants company...
The Founding Fathers of Sociology
By: Jennie Mc Donald
Marx, Durkheim and Weber laid the foundations for sociological knowledge. Each of them although different hoped for the same outcome, that of social harmony. They dedicated much of their research towards the individual within society. Individuals had to learn to deal with the enormous changes...

 

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