By: Daniel Stephens
There are several scientific ways to help avoid or diffuse worry. However, for an easy, effective and quick way to get rid of worry and even phobias, I would recommend Dr. Roger Callahan's fantastic Thought Field Therapy. It works like magic - totally getting rid...
By: Angus Macdonald
Art can take many forms: visual; aural; text; or any combination of these. In fact anythings we are capable of experiencing can be turned into art. In essence, art is communication. We express ideas and emotions which we cannot verbalize in various ways and this...
By: Peggy Barnett
According to researcher Jack Hartung, late in June, 1178, Gervase of Canterbury, an acquaintance of Archbishop Thomas Becket, and a chronicler, wrote the following tale about a meteor striking the moon:"From the midpoint of this division a flaming torch sprang up, spewing out, over a...
By: Matthew Garner
From the first time primitive man watched the winter months slowly devour the daylight, we have lived with a certain inexplicable fear of the unknown in our everyday lives. From the depths of this fear and the shadows of our own misgivings sprang the solace...
By: M. Frederick Voorhees
Instead of answering this question, I'm going to tell you why it's a stupid one. There is no such thing as a universal intelligence that exists across all societies. Many people think of IQ (which stands for "intelligence quotient") as the best way to measure...
By: M. Frederick Voorhees
Intelligence is a relative concept. In suburban America we assume someone's intelligent if they're rich; if their business savvy and good with people; if they score high on their SATs. In other words, they're smart if they're good at the things I'd like to be...
By: Elaine Sihera
We might not know it but a smile is the greatest asset we have. When we smile, it not only lights up our faces and spread good feeling, we also give permission for someone shy to smile too, to approach us, to feel good in...
By: Phil Dotree
I'm a person who can't stop worrying.Well, not without effort, at least. It can be hard to take your mind off what's troubling you, especially if it's related to people's perceptions of you or a significant other that's giving you trouble.If you've got...
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Pain, such a trivial, yet powerful thing in life. Each person has their own of living with it. Gender has no part in how one feels pain. Yes females are more emotional, and most women will agree that because of things such as childbirth and...
Speculating on the connection between studying psychology and developing mental illness
By: David Maddox
It takes one to know one! That's the basis for my belief that a large number of those studying psychology at all levels have themselves significant experience with mental illness. Certainly, as with the veterinary field or airline piloting for example, you can find that...

 

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