How positive psychology acts as a more permanent solution to problems
By: Pavel Podolyak
Today's Psychology Has Roots in Studying Misery Instead of Success and is Thus Shunned as a Field Psychology is a very young field. It began to blossom productively once the power of the field's 19th century founding fathers declined. Psychology only started to integrate real...
Reframing your thoughts and the effects this has on positive thinking
By: Kaushik Guha
In the volumes written on positive thinking, one of the oft-mentioned skills is called reframing. It is a powerful skill in dealing with difficult situations. What is reframing? Simply put, it is the ability to put a positive spin or 'reframe' on an apparently challenging...
Women and self-esteem
By: Dossie M Terrell
The average woman wears many hats and is frequently not given credit for all the things she does, moreover she may even downplay her own efforts simply to belong or become a part of and allow her true talents to go unnoticed. There were times...
How depression affects the thought process
By: Rena Sherwood
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, many people with depression do not get medical help - because they do not think that they have depression. Others close to them may clearly see that they suffer from depression but there's not much they can...
By: Angela Diggs
There are various factors can contribute to the development of shyness in children. The factors include living environment, chemical imbalance, negative social experiences, heredity, and the combination of all three. Children are very sensitive to what goes on around them. Between the ages of 0...
What causes shyness?
By: Angela Diggs
Shyness is caused by a plethora of internal and external factors. It is difficult to pinpoint what the exact cause of shyness is though. It depends on the individual and how they respond to stress. Shyness is a psychological illness characterized by a fear...
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
There are some techniques that can be used to relieve the blues without medication. The blues we refer to here are the flagging spirits that last for a few days - not more than a week or two. Beyond that, the blues can turn into...
What is neuro-linguistic programming
By: Michael Fletcher
Neuro-linguistic programming was originated by John Grinder and Richard Bandler. The original purpose of their research was the construction of explicit models of human excellence. Their research was grounded in the work of prominent therapists, detailing the verbal and behavioural patterns used by therapists in...
By: Laura Marzola
Karen Horney (1885-1952), a prominent personality theorist, is recognized for contribution to the school of psychoanalysis. Having studied Freud's body of work extensively, Horney challenges several main tenets of his theory and proposes her own unique theory of feminine psychology. Most notably, she criticizes...
The benefits of hypnosis in breaking behavior patterns
By: Joy Johnson - 523180
Bedwetting and Hypnosis Primary Nocturnal Enuresis (Bedwetting) The use of hypnosis as a treatment option The Cause The majority of children who have the problem of wetting the bed have nothing medically wrong with them. Pediatricians typically don't diagnose primary nocturnal enuresis until age 6...

 

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