By: Dianne Paukovits
Anger is something we all feel at some time or another, it may surface as a slight annoyance or bubble up in an all consuming rage, this is inclined to depend on the circumstances and our state of mind at the time.One dictionary version...
By: Dolores Moore
I believe the nutshell I would put this into is as follows: Emotional intelligence is knowing how you and others feel at any given time, and using those feelings in a positive way that makes for a good outcome for everybody. Big nutshell, I know...
By: electprogeny
Allow me a moment to share an analogy I recently constructed for a recent relationship's end, so that I may better address the question of how best to let go of someone you love:It has been my experience that there are varying degrees of love...
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) described
By: Bridget Webber
Neuro-linguistic programming may be described as a positive form of programming the brain using language skills. The word 'Neuro' relates to neurological, as in the pathways of the brain. 'Linguistic,' of course, refers to language, as it is via verbal language that instructions are...
By: Jack Roviere
Once, psychology had a simple formula for determining if you were left-brained or right-brained. Because the left side of the body is controlled by the right side of the brain, someone who is left-handed was decided be right-brained. Furthermore, someone who is right-handed must be...
By: S.C. Kleinhans
People, animals, other living creatures and even machinesall suffer. People suffer because vicious animals andcreatures attack them: sharks, snakes, spiders, etc.People suffer because other people attack them: physically,mentally, spiritually, emotionally and sexually. Peoplesuffer because machines malfunction. Injuries and deathsresult from these various encounters...
By: Aleph
Love is NOT an addiction. The word love that people so loosely throw around isn't love at all, its infatuation and infatuation is an addiction, or more specifically an obsession.Most people nowadays see love as a feeling, something that comes over you and that...
By: Aleph
Well as I see it both introverts and extroverts have challenges in and of themselves, it isn't specific to either one or the other.Generally, what you find is a strength in one, turns out to be a weakness in the other, for example, lets...
By: Gaylord Crawford
Selfishness? How do you feel of yourself? Do you think this is so obnoxious an issue to discuss? Well, gather your resolve, a moment to indulge your thoughts, while I explain. When you sit in quiescent solitude and examine your psyche, your needs, desires, wants...
By: MysticRivers
In recent years there has been much new information gleaned regarding personality and innate temperament. One such fascinating trait which has garnered much attention of late, is that of the highly sensitive personanlity, or HSP. In the groundbreaking book by Dr. Elaine Aron, aptly titled...

 

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