By: Elton Gahr
Over the last decades something disturbing has began to happen in America. It started at first with politicians using class warfare to manipulate voters. They speak of things like winning life's lottery and the top 1% in ways that make it feel that by succeeding...
By: Elton Gahr
If you have ever worked in a gas station you have met them, people who come in every day and buy as many lottery tickets as they can afford. Even when you simply stand in line you see them. Often covered in grease from a...
By: Elton Gahr
In the modern information age the ability to adapt, retain information and understand how to use that information is becoming increasingly important and one of the tools that we have to help us measure a person's ability to do those things is the IQ...
By: Elton Gahr
We all make mistakes. It is part of being human and so the most important thing is not in completely avoiding those mistakes but in learning from them, then getting up and moving on to a better place. But, how to you assess those errors...
How do you define alienation
By: Bob Seery
Alienation is an often tragic form of dislocation in the social sphere. It is a condition which entails a dissonance between oneself; one's hopes, dreams and aspirations and the wider social whole, which seems to be moving in a direction contrary to one's own...
Psychological reasons why some individuals are more prone to stress than others
By: Adekunle Adeyemo
Living a stress free life starts from your disposition in life. Life gives back to you what you give to it. It is like a mirror that shows you your reflection without any form of distortion. We need to understand the important things in life...
By: Elton Gahr
We like to think of ourselves as individuals who think for ourselves. Our decisions are our own and while others may influence us they don't control those decisions. This may be true for some people but for far more the tribal mentality of humanity...
The importance of first impressions
By: Matt Bird
Here are two scenarios for you to ponder. You walk into a job interview. Your shirt is unbuttoned, you've got a grease stain on your cheek, you've trekked mud in on the carpet, you're wearing a pair of cast-off running shoes you found in a...
Coping with criticism
By: Erin Cole
Having our character criticized is a challenge and obstacle for many, especially writers. Each day invites a myriad of opportunities for our work and behavior to be criticized by someone else, which can be a source of great anxiety. Wanting people to like us...
By: Christina Sponias
Even though Carl Jung was Sigmund Freud's student, he followed his own path, after disagreeing with his teacher. While Freud's basic analysis concentrated on the sexual field, Jung paid attention to many other characteristics of the psychical world that could not be justified by...

 

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