By: Trenna Sue Hiler
Reece May was born April 21st, 1909 as the second child of six to Earl Tittle May and Matie Boughton. His father was a field secretary for the Young Men's Christian Association. He moved the family to Michigan when May was still a young child...
What is emotional dependency?
By: Melinda Barr
Emotional dependency is the need to be mothered, loved, comforted, taken care of and emotionally supported. It is also a tendency to seek help from others for guidance, decision making and carrying out difficult tasks. As babies, we are completely dependent on our caregivers...
How molestation survivors function in society
By: Leslie Trotter
How molestation survivors function in society Molestation is something horrible for any child to have to experienced. They are forced to grow up with that memory and it is like living in a steel cage. Molested children become adults that are forced to live...
By: Cody Hodge
The Christian religion is one of the biggest religions in the world. While it has had some different goals at times, and for awhile the doctrine of the church was not settled, it has had a good 1,700 years or so since the leaders...
The psychology of why people dwell on the past
By: Bridget Webber
There are many reasons why people dwell in the past, some of them good, and others less favorable. We may go over the past in order to learn from mistakes, and take the knowledge gained into the future. In this way we use the past...
Understanding the psychology behind volunteering
By: Cody Hodge
There is no experience that you can have as a person that is quite like volunteering. When you are at work, or when you are at school, you are doing things that are being dictated to you. You might be able to choose your job...
Symbolistic associations with the color pink
By: Cody Hodge
They say that colors can effect your mood, and effect how you might react in certain situations. Red is a very aggressive color, and if you see red you are more likely to become angry, or become more aggressive. No wonder that red is usually...
The different types of neuroses
By: Trenna Sue Hiler
Neurosis in an umbrella term used to describe a variety of mental illness issues that deal with self awareness. It is not a clinical term that is widely used, as each specific neurosis has it's own title and symptoms.~Obsessive-compulsive disorderWith this part of the...
Verbal abuse and its effect on self esteem
By: Cheryl Williams - 266697
The effects of verbal abuse on a person's self esteem are far reaching. It is easy for people to tell you to ignore someone who is verbally beating you up, but it is not so easy to do. Words are powerful. They can speak...
By: Can Tran
In most cases, a human being cannot simply think of nothing. It does not matter if you are male or female. When you are sleeping, your brain is going through some sort of analysis. In short, you are thinking of something or someone. So far...

 

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