By: Ann Palmieri
I have a theory that the young people who shoot up children at school are products of a lack of bonding. The bonding that should have taken place, didn't. When this attachment is lacking (because of illness, death, adoption, etc) the child grows up unable...
By: Melba Dagan
It is impossible to identify the seat of emotion in the brain because it isn't in the brain! Have you ever heard anyone say that they fell in love with someone with their whole brain? Or have you ever heard someone say that something 'broke...
By: Bridget Webber
Self esteem is a key element of confidence. If we truly have self esteem it means that we have learned to value ourselves as individuals and have a sense of freedom from the critical observations of others.Much self esteem is gathered, or not gathered...
By: Blah McBlah
In survey after survey when posed to people as to 'What is the world's greatest mystery?,' the same answer, or question, is always at the top of the survey. It's not 'Whats the purpose of Stonehenge?', 'Does the Lochness Monster/Bigfoot/Yeti exist?' or...
By: Roxanne Dubarry
The key pillar of confidence is self esteem. Before we can accept and value other people, we need to take the advice of the most famous playwrights of all time, William Shakespeare "first of all to thine own self be true." In short we...
By: Ian Loft
While it is not always possible to avoid becoming a victim of circumstances it is certainly true that some people seem to attract trouble as if they are some kind of walking disasters. Chance plays a role in the unanticipated such as a vehicle or...
By: Christine G.
THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF EMOTION"Despite that we've learned a lot about healthy exercise practices, healthy diets, and good medical care, the bottom line is that the most significant way of contributing to our own good health is through the quality of our thought processes. This power...
By: Carolyn Tytler
Graphology is the study of a person's handwriting in order to discern characteristics, personality, and areas of ability. It is currently being used for vocational guidance to help students choose suitable careers, in personnel selection for business firms and banks, and to discern whether men...
By: Bridget Webber
Handwriting analysis, or graphology, is a tool which can be used to discover aspects of a writers personality, inclinations and even some of their innermost desires. It can be employed by the writer themselves as a form of self exploration, or can be used by...
By: Raven Lebeau
"I shouldn't have to!" Shout it at the voice that whispers, "You should exercise"."I don't have to!"Scream it at the echoes of every article telling you to hurt and punish yourself for feeling stressed or upset. "Exercise," say those hateful people...

 

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