Thoughts on sound barriers and road rage
By: Lauraine Andren
"Sound Barriers and Road Rage" Sound barriers protect the homes along our roadways from excessive noise from the traffic. They do work on noise reduction but seem to contribute to road rage in the areas where noise suppressors are used. Road rage has been around...
By: Kody Simpson
My life certainly hasn't been the best like so many others out there. I didn't suffer from an abusive spouse or untrustworthy friends. My main foe was my malicious mother. It wasn't really bad in the beginning of my life. We were a perfectly...
The physical, mental, emotional, and behavioral effects of stress
By: Elaine Sihera
The Effects of Stress from a Break-Up The primary causes of stress have always been connected to routine life crises, such as family illness, death, moving house or divorce. But, with many relationships lasting only between six months and a year, most people can expect...
The psychology of different colors
By: Lynda Mc Donald
The following information can be used from both an artistic and marketing point of view. In traditional color theory the primary colors; red, blue and yellow are the three color pigments that cannot be formed by any other combination of colors. They are very visually...
By: John Boguhn
Death is the boggy man in the closet, the monster under the bed. From our earliest moments the subject is addressed to us in the darkest of tones. The child reaches for a poisonous bottle from under the sink, the mother stretches out to slap...
The psychology behind the case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
By: Corey Lamb
The Psychoanalysis and Symbolism of Stevenson's Jekyll and Hyde Robert Louis Stevenson, one of the most popular prose writers of his time, opened a gateway into the combination of the mystery novel and the psychiatric case-study. While the author constantly uses the effects of...
Is it better to cry when hurt or hold back all feelings?
By: Austin Moore
Cry. Show your feelings, show that you are indeed human. Show that you have emotions too, and that things hurt you, just as they do to everyone else. Some people think that crying indicates weakness; if anything, the exact opposite is true. If you just...
By: Trenna Sue Hiler
Reece May was born April 21st, 1909 as the second child of six to Earl Tittle May and Matie Boughton. His father was a field secretary for the Young Men's Christian Association. He moved the family to Michigan when May was still a young child...
What is emotional dependency?
By: Melinda Barr
Emotional dependency is the need to be mothered, loved, comforted, taken care of and emotionally supported. It is also a tendency to seek help from others for guidance, decision making and carrying out difficult tasks. As babies, we are completely dependent on our caregivers...
The psychology of why people dwell on the past
By: Bridget Webber
There are many reasons why people dwell in the past, some of them good, and others less favorable. We may go over the past in order to learn from mistakes, and take the knowledge gained into the future. In this way we use the past...

 

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