By: Melissa Freeman
Evolutionary ProcessesRosemary and Peter Grant, along with their colleagues, conducted a study in the Galapagos Islands on finches. During this study, something incredible happened that demonstrates a modern day example of evolution through natural selection. The finches beaks had evolved so that each species had...
By: Helen Richardson
Since the dawn of time, mankind has recognized that a certain percentage of its population was more in tune with the world around them and the world within them. These were the people who were shamans, healers, counselors and advisors to the tribe's leaders. Their...
By: Gomez Gomez
Psychoanalysis was the first major modern school of psychology. Sigmund Freud, the founder and major exponent of psychoanalytic theory, believed fervently that most individuals' though processes are unconscious (1940). He taught that one's actions and personality are a result of conflict between the id, an...
By: Kenosis Tan
Names can foretell lifespan, prosperity and everything. A name may look simple but is actually a hint, a hidden indicator to past, present and future events.A surname is actually the accumulated history of one's ancestry and within it contains the power, the path, the...
By: Yvonne Darwish
I personally have had many numerous encounters where my intuition hasn't failed me. I think trusting your inner-self on how you feel about another individual may prevent you from dealing with future issues that may or may not be pleasant. I always had this little...
By: Paul Wallis
Criticism is the most important form of evaluation available to a human being. In whatever field, it is the risk and the test, socially, personally, and professionally. There is no monopoly on the office of critic. There are six billion of us at the moment...
By: Elaine Sihera
Many people find it hard to be confident because they do not understand the root of confidence and what makes it up. Confidence has three essential elements, and if any one of them is missing, our self-esteem and feeling of assurance begin a freefall. Often...
By: Elaine Sihera
A sense of belonging is the most crucial element in the confidence triangle. Try as we might, we cannot function without others as we are social beings. From the moment we are born and bonded with our parents, we begin the social cycle of inclusion:...
By: Elaine Sihera
Praise and encouragement are essential ingredients in our lives, yet the majority of people are denied them because we are inclined to praise if our confidence is high and to be critical if our confidence is low. But praise is important if we are to...
By: Elaine Sihera
If we knew that today would be the very last day for us, we would pull out all the stops to do the things we have longed for and hadn't done, or to remedy a personal wrong. Yet we treat each day with impunity every...

 

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