Why it's important to stop living in the past
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
A young man nearly 40 struggles for years, living with a dark secret. He fails in relationships, work, finances, and in staying on the right side of the law. When he thinks he has things under control, his health fails, and he eventually loses his...
How to lessen your anxiety over world events
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
In the minds of most Americans, the world became a less friendly place to live on September 11, 2001. Once we witnessed the scope of humankind's cruelty to its own species, our minds struggled to comprehend the reality of just how frightening life could be...
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
As a parent, guardian, or person who works with children daily, it is often easy to spot the future introvert. Children who keep to themselves, would rather study alone, or who avoid group activities if possible, are the ones who prefer solitude. This pattern often...
How to tell if you're lazy
By: M. J. Joachim
Bad Habits that Develop LazinessOur bodies are very complex organisms. They generate energy as they grow, sending signals to our brains to meet our needs. For the most part, we respond to these messages readily. Sometimes however, chemicals become imbalanced or sickness takes over, and...
Managing your self esteem after abuse or neglect in childhood
By: Ann E. Smith
Child abuse is a horrific thing, whether it is verbal, emotional or physical. Parents who abuse their offspring often do so in all of these ways. Such abuse is hugely damaging to a child's self-esteem.Sadly, even when the child grows up and gets away...
By: Bridget Webber
Words have the ability to tap into deep emotions, lifting someone to the highest of heights, or making them plummet to the depths of sadness. How we choose our words often has more to do with attempting to convey our own needs, rather than with...
Coping with criticism
By: Lyn Michaud
Appreciating Unintentional Advice Is it possible to be sensitive and accept snarky criticism with gratefulness? Of course, anyone should be able to turn criticism to personal advantage for success. Either in the work environment or personal life we can benefit from other people's perhaps jealous...
Biography: Alfred Adler
By: Lisa Stephens
In the world of psychology, Alfred Adler is very well known. He has been credited, along with Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, as being one of the "greatest founding influences of modern psychology." He is also best known as the founder of Individual Psychology...
By: Cody Hodge
What are some healthy ways to express your anger? The best ways to express your anger are ones that will allow you to vent that anger out, without having to punch somebody out. When you express your anger, you don't want people to think that...
By: Cody Hodge
Why do humans need a little bit of solitude every now and then? Well we need to be able to have our own space because while people are social beings, we need the ability to just chill out every so often. We don't always want...

 

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