What is EFT tapping therapy?
By: Megan Stoddard
EFT tapping therapy has been described as needle free acupuncture. Closely related to EMDR therapy, EFT (emotional freedom technique) is usually self administered and always easy to learn. It can be used to treat any emotional problem ranging from mild to severe, and from short...
Understanding anger and its impact
By: M. J. Joachim
Anger, such a tough emotion to deal with, and yet one that seems to be all too common these days. We are angry for getting what we think is a raw deal. We get mad at the guy in front of us who is driving...
By: Elizabeth M Young
A statistical model describes relationships between variables. Does one thing change another? Does one thing relate to another? Is something different from another in a fixed way? Can a large population be expected to follow along the same lines as a sample? The first important...
Who was the Amesbury Archer?
By: Will Burgers
The "Amesbury Archer" is the name given to a Bronze Age man who was discovered in a high-profile grave in Amesbury, near Stonehenge. The man's body dates from around 2300 BC, so Stonehenge would have been partially constructed during his lifetime, and he was dubbed...
The difference between cultural anthropology and physical anthropology
By: Pat Jacobs
Cultural and physical anthropology are two main divisions of at least 11 branches of anthropology (the scientific study of humanity and of human culture; an outgrowth of biology and social science). Physical anthropology is also called biological anthropology or bio-anthropology; it's the study of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Most of us have experience with Ooparts as a part of our fair going and roadside attraction experience. That gosh awful looking creature that appears to be a hybrid of something gross and something frightening has us talking for hours as we debate whether it...
Understanding dissociative identity disorder
By: Sherafgan Khan
"Because, we're the same person," the famous line that twisted the whole plot of the 1999 hit blockbuster "Fight Club" awed many people including myself. For some reason, the thought of having two completely different identities still amazes me today. Dissociative Identity Disorder...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Stanley Courage Duoghah
If "The fear of God is the beginning of all wisdom," then, "the fear of death is the root of all misery and purposeless living!" Yes, it's the fear of death that makes most people depressed. And these are the people who go...
By: Mike Canning
The Levant is a term that refers to a large area in Southwest Asia, south of the Taurus Mountains, bounded by the Mediterranean Sea in the west, the Arabian Desert in the south, and the Zagros Mountains in the east. The term is also sometimes...
By: Gary C. Gibson
Homelessness in the United States is a politically enabled role so an individual has no right or chance to own private property. Physics of homelessness might be considered from several angles off course. How does a homeless individual exist in the social environment-sleeping under...

 

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