Why do some people complain about everything
By: Maya Vokes-Didier
An average person is said to complain nearly 15-30 times a day! Hence, as much as we might want to believe that complaining is something that only others are guilty of, the truth is that we are all complainers. It is possible that some of...
Love at first Sight is Genetic
By: Barbara Combs Williams
The heart loves what it loves. This statement leads one to believe that no matter what we want or do, we are genetically predisposed to falling in love at first sight. Love at first sight is one of those intangible things that everyone wishes to...
By: Trisha Orlando
Maybe I am not seeing the full picture because I have only been studying the criminal justice system for just over 2 years now but I do not see how any of the sentencing goals can be truly reached when our prisons are run the...
How to identify a chronic liar
By: Bridget Webber
Chronic liars don’t simply tell occasional white lies, they make lying a habit. Telling porky pies is second nature to them. As they are accomplished in their art, their dishonesty is more difficult to identify. Occasional fibbers are likely to change the tone of...
By: G E Barr
The Anthropologist Margaret Meade, like her mother, Emily Fogg Meade, enjoyed watching people. Studying them, their way of life and their culture. Emily Fogg Meade was a sociologist who "studied" Italian immigrants. So, Margaret grew up with a rather scientific perspective on human beings, only...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Many on line writers and bloggers are upset at the enormous numbers of ratings, reviews, views and hits that come to sites or to blogs that are based on the top search optimization terms. It is a known fact that anything with Megan Fox or...
Reasons for the rise of behaviourism in psychology
By: Robert Grice
REASONS FOR THE RISE OF BEHAVIORISM IN PSYCHOLOGY The field of counseling psychology has experienced numerous shifts of emphasis during its evolution throughout the 20th century. Behaviorism was one of the earliest theories tested though Freud’s introspective theme flavored the birth of the counseling...
By: Judy Pedraza
Self-confidence is something everyone should have. Sometimes we feel like we just can’t get anything right. There are several things you can do to boost your confidence if you are feeling down on yourself. One thing you should do everyday is to have positive...
How conspiracy theories develop
By: Diane Chinn
Conspiracy theories have been around almost as long as human beings and they have become an integral part of our everyday life. The United States seems to be a particularly fertile field for these theories, both as a source and a target. Theories range...
Managing your self esteem after abuse or neglect in childhood
By: Margaret Paul Ph.D.
Celine, an only child, was 7 years old, her mother died tragically in a car accident. She and her father were devastated. However, unlike so many of my clients who lost parents and no one was there for them, Celine's father was completely there for...

 

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