How anger affects the emotions
By: Hermes Roberts
Anger consumes every emotion and blows a fuse in the brain. Rational thought is not possible when someone is angry. Anger causes road rage, accidents and in a lots of cases, death.People who cannot control their anger or is always angry usually have an...
By: G E Barr
The Scapegoat: A PerspectiveCircumstances and emotional breaks often create criminals. A child might grow up in tough poverty and have a parent or two who has tried to instill a certain respect in that child, but the environment conducive to criminality and that child's tiring...
How people become criminals
By: Dossie M Terrell
There are countless reasons folks live lives committed to crime. Many are caused by external circumstances such as adverse childhood experiences. There are no one-size-fits-all criminals. Criminals are from all ethnic, social and economic groups. They all have one thing in common: they have committed...
Archaeology today
By: Ray Burke
Basics of Archaeology:Archaeology is the study of Man's past through his physical and artifactual remains. Archaeology is one of those subjects that fascinate people. Why, they think, would someone spend their days and lives, usually in a field, digging for past civilisations' rubbish? Well, for...
By: Dolores Moore
There is a deal of wisdom in the song about how one should "whistle a happy tune, so no one will suspect I'm afraid." The message of the song is brought home with the words "For when I fool the people I fear, I...
How often do you find yourself happy?
By: Dolores Moore
Happiness is like that bright, elusive butterfly of love. It seems as though it is within reaching distance, it could even be held, then softly, silently, it flutters away, still somewhere out of reach but still visible. The very glimpse of its ephemeral beauty is...
By: Amela Piric - 507810
No one, absolutely no one, likes to be on the receiving end of a complaint, a criticism, or a bad review. We all tremble when the finger of responsibility is pointed at us. This is easy enough to understand as nothing stings the ego like...
By: M.A. Dal Cero
There are few things in life that are as inevitable and constant as change. It has the ability to seek out and find all of us at one time or another, and our resistance to it is often futile. Change, both negative and positive, is...
Parental neglect causes behavior problems in children
By: Dolores Moore
A child does not ask to be born. It comes into this world equipped with the potential for goodness and even greatness within the environment of its particular world. A child needs guidance, care, nurturing and love, comfort and safety. The human infant is well...
Is it better to cry when hurt or hold back all feelings?
By: Dolores Moore
It is virtually impossible for most human beings to hold back all feelings when hurt, whether from a physical, emotional or psychological injury. How the feelings are expressed depends very much on the individual personality concerned, as well at the "hurtful" event. For some, tears...

 

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