What's your greatest fear?
By: Nicholas Kuvaas
Fear is something that every animal faces. Without this reaction to a situation, it's unlikely the human race would have made it this far. Generally, fear is a protective emotion, but it can be an overwhelming feeling that can become problematic. However, our reaction is...
How to help a depressed teenager
By: Maya Vokes-Didier
Teenage tantrums and those terrible teens! Teen years can be tough, demanding and difficult. It is understandable because of the stress associated with the process of maturing and the influence of sex hormones that are let loose into a teenager's body. Both can be extremely...
Human psychology, instance of suggestibility
By: Dr. Deborah Bauers
Ever wonder why you suddenly have the urge for chocolate in the middle of a TV program or jump up to go get popcorn just ahead of the theatre's main feature? It's probably because you have been subliminally impacted by a mere suggestion; a blip...
Why do boys refuse to cry in front of girls?
By: Morgan Carlson
It has long been ingrained in male minds that the very art of crying and showing tears is "unbecoming of a man". To actually show tears or using a loud vocalization of pain is tantamount to feminism. The thought of ever being placed into a...
By: Morgan Carlson
The key to controlling anger is the ability to recognize it for what it is. If you don't even know your enemy, you'll never be more than its pawn. Understand what triggers your anger, measure its shape, its severity, and its duration before doing anything...
Why it's important to stop living in the past
By: Morgan Carlson
People live in the past because that's where their thoughts are. Whether those thoughts are focused to one area in particular or a whole range of reasoning, it is an issue of self evaluation or comfortable living. Because it is the past, people are more...
Are people with a vivid imagination ... crazy?
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
Those who are intrigued by the workings of the human mind may ponder this question: Are people with a vivid imagination crazy? When children are young, parents and siblings may tell them they have way too vivid an imagination for their own good whenever the...
By: Rosemary Redfern
Anger is usually taken to be an unpleasant trait full of negative aspects. Expressing anger in our society is not considered polite because it makes others uncomfortable. The circumstances which created the anger may have made them uncomfortable as well. The person who gets angry...
Introduction to color psychology
By: Meghan Rizzo
Artists, advertisers, and interior decorators are all aware of the effects colors can have on human emotions. Without this knowledge, their products and services would not sell. Though the psychological influence of color is not commonly known, most of us have a subconscious awareness of...
By: JJ Rusch
Who doesn't feel good watching the big reveal on Extreme Makeover? The commercial glitz can't hold a candle to the gut wrenching thankfulness expressed by families in need. Watching others express gratitude is also self-empowering. Gratitude is a verb, a feeling we share with others...

 

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