Why some people have bigger egos than others
By: Jacob Woods
The cause of bigger egos all boils down to how you were raised, who you were raised by, and what personal experiences you have had. In a nut shell the past is what builds an ego. There are four main things that are involved with...
The importance of developing a healthy relationship with yourself
By: Jacob Woods
There is a duo relationship between you and yourself. There is the emotional view of who you are and there is the literal physical self. No matter what conditions that you have been gifted or inflicted with, there is always a way to think positive...
Why some people have bigger egos than others
By: Maggie O'Cala
Most of us know someone who seemingly has a larger ego than others. This person may be average looking, of average intelligence, possess no spectacular talents and yet they are exceedingly self confident to the point of being conceited. On the other hand you probably...
How words hurt
By: Christyl Rivers
Words hurt because we interpret them individually, according to what we think someone meant. Sometimes people want to hurt with words, sometimes, we assume they do. How much they hurt depends largely upon how much power we concede to others. It is at least partly...
By: Leigh Goessl
In modern day social networking has rapidly soared to become one of the most common ways for people to exchange messages, dialogue and share information. As a result, social media has played a large role in shaping the transformation of ways people communicate with one...
By: Charles Ray
Shamanism, a system of beliefs or practices that emphasize communication between the physical and spiritual worlds, predates the other organized religions on the planet. A tribal system that persists today in cultures without a tradition of literature, shamanism emphasizes that there are links between the...
How does social networking affect socialization?
By: Christopher Kendalls
Before social networking was the norm people used to create social networks using a process known as socialization. Socialization is the process of inheriting norms, customs, and ideologies. Social networking is a way to use computer networks to achieve the objectives of socialization. The thing...
Stages and procedures of archaeological research
By: James R Coffey
Dirt Archaeology: Where Does the Archaeological Record Really Begin? While many people associate archaeology with the study of ancient cultures, anthropologists hold the perspective that all cultures are equally important to the archaeological record, and that older finds are not necessarily more important nor significant...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
Verbal abuse, over the years, can lead to mental abuse. In fact they are connected. To physically hit a person is one thing, but mental abuse - by use of verbal assaults - is another thing entirely. In this day and age especially, there are...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Cyber bullying is increasingly becoming a fact of life just as real world bullying has been a fact of life for generations of children. There are some unique factors to cyber bullying, including the possibility of anonymity, creating multiple identities and operating within a social...

 

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