Psychological effects of divorce on children
By: Clare Hughes
There are so many factors involved in how a child is affected psychologically by divorce that the outcome for each child is as individual as the child itself. Some children can be scarred for life whilst others cope with the divorce badly at first and...
Types of obsessive-complusive disorders (OCD)
By: Clare Hughes
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, known as OCD, is an anxiety disorder that includes the presence of obsessions or compulsions or both that hamper daily life and cause major distress. Everybody who suffers from OCD has different experiences and the symptoms can be divided into different types depending...
Types of obsessive-complusive disorders (OCD)
By: Ann Major
Engaging in repetitive or ritualistic behavior from time to time may be common occurrence, but for people with obsessive-compulsive disorders (OCD), it is a nonstop merry-go-round ride, quite like playing a broken record, round and round, over and over again. Types of OCD are numerous...
The human need for social interaction
By: Courtney Lindsay
The need to seek and maintain interpersonal relationships is a basic need of all human beings. That is why the need to affiliate with others and to be accepted by them is as being as basic to our psychological well-being as hunger and thirst are...
By: Stanley Courage Duoghah
The very word “motivation” is scientific in context and a scientific discipline, but an inexact one for that matter. All sciences have common characteristic; causes and effects or results, particular patterns of data collected during experiments and finally, the nature to vary or remain...
By: Stanley Courage Duoghah
Psychological effects refer to mental and emotional disturbances that are common to most children whose parents become divorced. Extreme depression and bottled up anger that's often temporary and released in future are the most obvious psychological effects of divorce on children, but there are others...
By: Stanley Courage Duoghah
An obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a medical term that may be used in reference to one of two types of anxiety disorders. Almost everyone suffers from anxieties and worries from time to time, but obsessive-compulsive disorders are, to some extent, abnormal cases of anxiety that...
How the fear of crime affects society
By: Megan Mclean
Although most would claim that I am extremely fortunate to reside in a “quiet, crime free” country like the Cayman Islands, in recent years this status has been greatly affected; and many, young and old are adapting their lifestyle and habits in an attempt...
By: Norah Laurence Kertis
Crime prevention The understanding of the meaning of crime prevention is not only important, but prerequisite as well, in order to successfully pore over the various categorizations of the term. Experts agree that the notion of crime prevention is complicated; the perplexity of the notion...
The portrayal of drug use in the media
By: Trace Ramsey
There are a lot of different perspectives on drugs as a whole. Most are in the general direction of horrid, but there are a few opinions in the media that sway towards the other end of the spectrum. The movies, for instance, give a positive...

 

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