By: Angela Diggs
Psychological projection affects relationships by placing unwanted strain and stress on the unit. In most cases, it can put distance between two people. Over time, if this continues the chances of resentment and anger are higher. What is psychological projection? Psychological projection is a kind...
By: Angela Diggs
Psychological projection is a type of defense mechanism in which a person's personal characteristics, interolerable or improper beliefs, and/or feelings are put onto another indivividual or people. This is a known method that every individual utilizes to some point. To comprehend the procedure, take into...
By: Angela Diggs
Anger suppression is the act of restraining intense feelings of discomfort. From time to time, we all hold back when we are angry about something. It could be for the sake of our jobs, religion,children, careers or character. However, it is necessary to...
What is supression?
By: Angela Diggs
Suppression or thought suppression is the procedure of intentionally attempting to cease meditating about specific concepts. It is related to (OCD) obsessive-compulsive disorder, in which a person will continuously try to stop disturbing thoughts centered around one or more obsessions, with intense psychological or...
By: Cody Hodge
Why do some people find it so unacceptable to be closely related to apes? There are probably many reasons why people don't want to consider themselves as highly evolved monkeys. Some of the reasons are purely religious, and some of them may just be out...
What is repression?
By: Angela Diggs
Repression or psychological repression is the mental action of omitting wants and desires from one's perception and griping or restraining them in the insentient. Repression is a type of coping mechanism used by most people. We all utilize this coping mechanism from time to time...
By: Cody Hodge
Why do we procrastinate? I think that we tend to see things for the mountain of work that they can be, and not for the results that we can achieve when all is said and done. We can procrastinate for other reasons, but really we...
By: Bridget Webber
The results from studies about happiness conclude that there are certain conditions that need to be in place for most people to be truly happy. Some conditions relate to the state of an individuals mind and their attitude to life. Others relate to covering the...
Change and how people deal with it
By: Dossie M Terrell
Change can be good or not so good, but if conditions were to remain unalterable, there would never be progress, which is always measured by way of change. Change often affects the canvas of the diversity of each life and ensures no one become habituated...
By: Elton Gahr
The mad scientist is a popular character in modern fiction. The idea of the genius who can't tie his own shoelaces. Part of this comes because as a literary device characters must have flaws that in some way match their strengths, but that is not...

 

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