By: Ross Dix-Peek
We all have a right to be who we are!I am endowed with an immensely deep and resonant voice and have thus , fortunately, escaped the effeminate squeaks so common among southern African men.However, at times it seems rather an imprecation, than a blessing...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Achima Delgado
Nietzche has said, "Even great spirits have only their five fingers breadth of experience - just beyond it their thinking ceases and their endless empty space and stupidity begins." If there's one thing that is common among every human on this earth, it's that...
By: Don Rainwater
"Attachment is the capacity to form and maintain healthy emotional relationships. An attachment bond has unique properties. The capacity to create these special relationships begins in early childhood". (Perry, 2001)The beginning stages of forming any relationship in life, begins with early childhood attachment. It is...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Stanley W. Shura
Is there really such a chasm between one group who truly and actively and worriedly fear death, and another which seems to have achieved a serenity and grace about the whole "ashes to ashes" thing? Let's wonder for a moment if this is really more...
By: Leigh Goessl
People who are happiest often seem to possess a positive attitude and focus on life. It seems there is a definitive correlation between attitude and happiness, and the way life is viewed plays a big part in a person's ability to be content. Life is...
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After learning the techniques, it can become extremely easy to tell if a person is lying by taking notice of their unconscious behaviour and communication. Everybody regularly gives away small noticeable clues about whether they are telling the truth or not and it is true...
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Many people often ask me 'why do we have dreams?' and 'what is their purpose?' and after becoming extremely interested in the human mind and doing lots of studying I can confirm, in basic terms, that a dream is a metaphorical representation of...
By: Stanley W. Shura
Is society taking the wrong approach regarding depression? That is an ambiguous and confusing question and needs some clarification. Is the question implying that society has a dismissive and/or impatient stance toward depression and issues surrounding mental health in general? Is it a "non-question" question...
By: Aladdin Ayesh
Emotions are recognized nowadays as having an important role to play in our reasoning, rational or irrational. Studying consciousness in an attempt to develop systematic models and conscious machines puts us face to face with this fact: emotions play a strong basis for our psychic...
By: Maximillion Mango-Chutney
It is not always easy to tell if someone is lying for the simple fact that some people are very good at it, for instance, actors (particularly method actors, some of the better ones e.g. Brando, De Niro, Pacino, can (could' in the case...

 

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