By: Nadege Lewis
In the beginningI think the hardest part of starting a new habit, or ending a bad one, is when we get beyond the initial phase of making the decision. How bad did you truly want to make that goal? Are you willing to wake up...
By: Cheryl Macdonald
This breaks my heart! Some people should not be allowed to have children!Being a teacher and having done a placement in one of Scotlands most roughest areas, I have viewed parental neglect at its utmost worst. In a class of around 30 students I...
By: Senseifil
Our brain is a computer. Neurons are the database where memories are stored, synapses are the circuit board which facilitate the flow of electrons through the network of neurons. When our senses (sight, touch, smell, taste, hearing) are stimulated, they send a pattern of pulses...
By: Natasha L. Kohlhoff Polak
Originally in writing this, my article was blank when trying to publish it! Makes me wonder if that means something ominous for me...I have ESP on occasion. It all started back in middle school, when I would just have an unexplainable sense that something...
By: Katherine of Padua
Matthew Hutson of Psychology Today writes: "Memories make us who we are- even, or perhaps especially- the painful ones. What would life be like if we could erase their emotional associations? It's not just a hypothetical question; scientists are finding that the drug propranolol, originally...
By: Allan O'Brien
Anger is just one letter away from danger. But is the anger really the problem that we are looking at? Or could it be how we deal with our anger? In this short script I will explain to you how you can not only...
By: Dina Manieri
Death is not a four letter word.Language is fascinating. People have 5 basic senses; sight, sound, touch, taste and smell. Where does language fit in? We use language to communicate our experience of these five basic senses. We communicate with ourselves as well as...
By: Dina Manieri
Children and DeathWe don't like to connect the words, but children experience death and loss too. How we choose to represent death and dying to our children will have far reaching impact on their experience of life and living, as they pass their learned association...
By: Margaret Rose Mauger
"The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time." (Mark Twain)If someone fears death, is it because of the beliefs and ideas that they hold about what death is and what...
By: Lykaios
Studies have shown that hypnosis have a much greater rate of success when applied to people who believe in the effects of hypnosis as a method to put a person's consciousness into a higher state of suggestibility. Psychologists have not been able to pinpoint the...

 

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