How to become resilient to life's pressures
By: Melissa Williams - 534454
Resiliency is the ability to cope with change or stress in a healthy manner. Some people naturally have a higher level of resiliency than others, it is partly a function of temperament; however, there are skills that can be learned and strategies that can be...
Introduction to intrinsic motivation
By: A. Y. Ford
Intrinsic motivation is the type of motivation that causes an individual to do something for the sheer pleasure of the act. There are no rewards for a person to feel motivated to do a certain act if they possess intrinsic motivation. Another term for intrinsic...
Carl G. Jung: Archetypes of the collective unconscious
By: Author Name Withheld 228
Carl Jung was born in Switzerland, on July 26, 1875 to Emilie Jung and Johann Jung who was a minister. In fact, religion played a tremendous role in young Carl Jung's life. Being surrounded by religion and medicine may have rubbed off on him, Nevertheless...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Paul Schingle
I don't know that people are as afraid of dying as they are afraid that they won't have accomplished what they wanted before they get there. Death is absolutely, positively inevitable. Fearing it isn't going to change it. However, some people do seem to...
By: Steve Marshall
Dreams are often very direct in showing us to ourselves. One way that our dreams do this is to allow us to be naked within the public eye, in an inappropriate sense, or even feeling in a somewhat vulnerable state. There are other less direct...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Alexus Mckeon
No matter what you believe spiritually, when looked upon, death is a finality. This body we are given does expire. So in that token it is coming to terms with the fact that you are here one day and will eventually be gone on another...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Patrick Sills
Death happens. We may be able to postpone it with healthy habits and by resisting risky or reckless behaviors, but ultimately, it can't be stopped. One day, each and every one of our lives will end, and there is nothing we can do about...
How is intermittent explosive disorder (IED) related to premenstral syndrome (PMS)?
By: Anitra Marie
Night after night, we pretend it's all rightBut I have grown older andYou have grown colder andNothing is very much fun any more.And I can feel one of my turns coming on... Anyone who has seen Pink Floyd's rock opera "The Wall" know...
By: Cody Hodge
Seeing a spider, or anything else crawling up your wall in the middle of the night is not something that we like to see. They look nasty, and they have all those legs too. While a spider is pretty much all leg, it might make...
The three general phases of psychological counseling
By: Arden Davidson
The three general phases of counseling are 1) To establish a working relationship; 2) To explore the client's concerns in depth; and 3) To explore solutions with the client. These phases should evolve in order. 1) Establishing and Building a Relationship The first step is...

 

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