Book review: Love and Will by Rollo May
By: Sophia Thesson
Rollo May (April 21 1909 – 22 October 1994), was a humanistic existential psychologist, whose work spans over 25 years of practice and literary contributions to psychotherapy. His work has had a significant influence on existential psychotherapy. He authored the influential book Love and Will...
By: Sarah Ganly
Piaget's theories of assimilation, accommodation, and child development have been used in educational practices for several years. These theories help us understand how children and adults think and understand. This article will discuss Piaget's theories of assimilation, accommodation, and child development in detail. Piaget studied...
Identifying and dealing with negative people
By: Christyl Rivers
Toxic people are those that consistently make others feel horrible. Negative people, are not necessarily toxic. If they have a sense of humor, or if they sometimes lift your spirits, even in recognition of their own “doom and gloom” presentation, they are not toxic...
By: Thu Nguyen - 590351
Over the years, I have seen a few men cry and it may be aimed directly at me, at themselves or even the world which they lived in. Whatever it was, I felt it too. Thus, when a man cries and sheds his dignity, you...
Keeping track of world population
By: Bob Seery
The Chinese one-child policy has probably been rather prophetic in it's uber cautious approach to future restraints on resources. Currently, China doesn't produce enough grain to feed the livestock required to satisfy rising middle class demand for meat so it has appropriated land acres in...
By: Suzanne Rose
People drink alcohol for a variety of different reasons. Understanding these can help people address any problems they may have. These factors affect people differently and may include the following. Pressure from friends Some people, especially teens, may drink because they get pressure from others...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is so easy to drift into other worlds of thinking despite our best efforts to listen to another person. It is not so easy sometimes to verbalize what it is that we want to say. It is often quite a skill to consistently dominate...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Drinking, in relation to children's early exposure is seen as a far more desirable and beneficial contribution to a good lifestyle than drugs. At least, in most cases, it is. The children in a household where drinking is confined to appropriate levels will see alcohol...
By: Elizabeth M Young
It is a sad time for all levels of society when children who are just at the age when they can perceive the larger world are exposed to the drug life and to the culture of drugs and alcohol. It is not just that the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
When we are shopping, we would like to think that we are savvy and well controlled buyers of goods and services. In reality, an amazing amount of well designed manipulation, thought planting and playing with our logical flaws goes on. With everything coming at us...

 

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