Change and how people deal with it
By: Ben Canady - 384997
Change There are a lot of changes in the world today. Not too many years ago people rode horses every where they went. Then there was a big change, the automobile. The automobile itself has had many changes over the years. I remember when I...
By: Ganelle Davis
As humans we tend to allow our emotions to rule our behavior and influence our decisions, both good and bad. Our emotions tend to leave us in a quagmire at times and may lead us into poor decision making. We may make hasty decisions based...
How to overcome a fear of dogs
By: Bridget Webber
If you have a fear of dogs, or cynophobia as this is also known as, you are not alone. Many people experience great anxiety when they come in contact with dogs, or even see photographs of them. It is thought that people who have cynophobia...
Challenges of being an introvert
By: Terra Kirsch
Are Introverts really shy? Read any article or book mentioning introverts and the topic of shyness consistently appears. This trait seems tightly wound with introversion, and how these are linked puts introverts at a disadvantage. It attaches a social stigma to being introverted that requires...
Carl G. Jung: Archetypes of the collective unconscious
By: Adriana Tanese-Nogueira
I work with Goddesses as a way to represent archetypes. This is called Archetypal Psychology and the developer of it is James Hillman. After his books others came. Archetypes are susceptible to be worked in many ways. As their symbolic nature suggests there are different...
By: Paul Schingle
In order to answer the question, it is really important to understand the terminology we're working with. It seems as though many, including some who write for helium, are still under the misapprehension that an introvert is shy. That isn't what introvert means. Quoting the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
T-Shirts originated as items of underwear and have become the canvasses that populate a world of moving, talking and interacting symbolic expressions of any idea that humans can have. Even more, any individual can either use their computers and printers, or relatively inexpensive hand painting...
Difference between psychology and psychoanalysis
By: Adriana Tanese-Nogueira
Psychology and psychoanalysis are not the same things as most people believe. There’s a radical fundamental distinction between them rooted in their origins that produces a complete different mindset and methods of research, thus distinct results. The discourse about the soul (psyche-logos) is an...
The four Jungian psychological personality types
By: Adriana Tanese-Nogueira
We say that everybody is different, but when it comes to live it’s a quite different story, isn’t it? For example, choices, behaviors and interpretation of same events can be conflicting in the same family. Why is so? Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) asked...
Strategies and benefits of self-hypnosis
By: Mike Bond
There are so many people who try to colour hypnosis and meditation with the hues of esoteric art. Unless they can make it one of Life's Great Mysteries, then no-one will believe in it. Further, the more arcane and complex they colour the picture, the...

 

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