What it means to dream of death
By: Steve Marshall
Correct dream interpretation for an individual dreamer is always only completely possible for that dreamer. Real meaning will nearly always only come out from its hiding place behind the dreamers own life philosophies and beliefs, if the dreamer begins to start to examine their own...
Introduction to Sigmund Freud's id, ego, and super-ego concepts
By: Nader Al-Maleh
According to Freud, the id, superego and ego are the parts that make up a person's personality.The id represents the deep, inaccessible part. The main drive of the id is immediate gratification and it is without values, ethics or logic. It is said to...
By: Leah Curtis
We need a new poster child for mental illness. It is obvious the old one is not working. Maybe it should be a working mother, a neighbour, your best friend or a co-worker. It might even be you. If we are still questioning whether mental...
Does mental illness exist?
By: Garrett Anderson
Is this the 2009 version of the United States where over forty million people take psychotropic prescription medicines directly marketed to them on TV? The country with thirty five million drug and alcohol addicted souls and over a million homeless? Is this the same United...
Assessing your own self worth
By: Lotenna Okeke
Apples and OrangesHave you ever tried to choose which fruit you like best, which you think is the greatest, an Apple or an Orange? I know! tough job huh, that's because they are both great in completely different ways and even though they are very...
How anger can turn into hate
By: Melinda Barr
Hostility and animosity fuels anger. It is detrimental to our health and has negative effects on everyone around us. Anger can be both debilitating and devastating especially when we live with it every day. We feel hopelessness, helplessness and emotionally empty. Sometimes we are so...
Introduction to Sigmund Freud's id, ego, and super-ego concepts
By: Sara Garcia
Sigmund Freud studied human behavior by analyzing the structure of the mind, psychoanalysis. He believed that personality structure was made up to three parts: Id: Everything that is inherited. The purpose of id is to insist on satisfaction of innate needs (hunger, physical comfort and...
The difference between love and romantic love
By: Anelisa
Romantic love arouses our total being but mainly our senses and heart while love demands our mind and soul. Clarity is not totally clear in love since it is an art as Eric Fromm articulates so well in his book, "The Art of Loving."...
How to train your brain with Lloyd King's lateral thinking puzzles
By: Diane K
Lateral thinking, or thinking divergently, or 'outside the box', is natural process which enables us to learn and think creatively . Basically it is the ability to think freely and imaginatively, and to be more inventive.The notion of thinking 'outside the box', as distinct from...
Why do some people complain about everything
By: Dolores Moore
We have all encountered them, those people who seem to find something to moan about in every situation. They have the power, if you let them, to really bring you down, or make you mad or darken the brightest day. The first human impulse when...

 

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