Attachment in infancy and its lifelong effects
By: Elaine Sihera
It seems that there is a strong connection between the way people were brought up in their early years and the way they treat their relationships. Many adults recalled that the quality of their interactions with, and attachment to, their parents as children was similar...
By: Bridget Webber
Only truly confident, well balanced individuals can get close to accurately assessing their own self worth. Even when an individual is able to do so, their opinion is speculative. People are far more likely to either overestimate, or more usually, underestimate their value as a...
By: Angela Diggs
The term " psychological displacement" is self explanatory. It refers to misplacing feelings. From time to time, we all do it. Whether it is placing blame on others or simply transferring emotions of anger to the people we love, psychological displacement is something present in...
What is avoidance?
By: Angela Diggs
When is the last time you avoided an uncomfortable situation? This could have been at work or social event with friends. From time to time, we all do this, however when avoidance becomes the center of our lives, it is a problem. Depending on...
What is passive-aggression?
By: Angela Diggs
Have you ever heard of someone being " passive aggressive"? These types of individuals are thought to be somewhat " subtle" about their intentions and it may seem that they are content with certain outcomes, but truly are not. Below the surface, people like this...
What is denial?
By: Angela Diggs
Denial is one of the most well-known defense mechanisms used by individuals. Often it is used to escape from the truth. Either way, many people find themselves in its grasp through the challenging situations life brings. A person can choose to deny or accept what...
Living alone
By: Barry Parham
On Being an Island Pizza, always. Chinese, no problem. Burgers, occasionally, depending on where you live. Wonder why nobody delivers Mexican food? A good business idea would be a medium-sized fresh food grocery that sold smaller portions. Single people don't want to have to buy...
Why it's important to stop living in the past
By: Corrie Bryant
You will never move forward if you are continually driving in reverse. Many human beings find their selves living in the past. Dredging up things that happened at a prior point in their lives. People live trying to rectify them selves from mistakes or...
Considering coincidences
By: Patty E Padgett
A STRANGE COINCIDENCE A lot of people do not believe in coincidence - they choose to believe instead that everything happens for a reason; was a matter of fate and was meant to send a message of some type. I, too believe that. In...
Morals and ethics: Decisions of character or social behavior?
By: Eric Karen - 513591
Depends you know? If you think all your decisions are based on social behavior then none of your decisions are based on an inner world. If you think all your decisions are based on character then none of your decisions are based on how they...

 

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