Things that make you cry easily
By: Crystal Patterson
I cry in my heart everyday that, I focus on what's going on in the world around me. I can't hide from the world around me. I am sad that their are victims of all kinds. It saddens me that not all little children...
Differences between Freud and Adler
By: Sandra Gillhouse
Sigmund Freud's dream buffet fed a long list of disciples in his early years. But later at one of his last suppers Alfred Adler decided to skip the meal. While still claiming to be an insufferable admirer of Freud's psychoanalysis therapies. He broke ranks with...
Emotional suppression: Causes and consequences
By: Krissi Lyn Mazon
There are varying levels of emotional suppression. There's the extreme on the scale being a psychosis where someone essentially "blacks out" the memory altogether, but the more common emotional suppression is the willing suppression. Though very common as a coping mechanism, little effort has really...
Biography: George Kelly
By: Arden Davidson
George Kelly was a famous psychologist who lived from 1905 to 1967. His most famous accomplishment is his 1955 book "The Psychology of Personal Constructs", which popularized his theory known as the "Fruitful Metaphor". At the heart of this theory was the notion that psychologists...
Emotional suppression: Causes and consequences
By: Hillarie Goldstein
Emotional suppression is the phenomenon of blocking out awareness of emotions a person considers "bad". He hides what Carl Jung calls the "shadow", or what we think of as the "dark side" from himself. He doesn't allow himself to know how angry or jealous or...
Freud's famous theory
By: Alexus Mckeon
To take a journey into the man, mind, and logic at work is truly based on belief and opinion at best. I have read a lot on Freud and still do to this day. (Everything I can get my hands on as a matter of...
By: Cody Hodge
One of the funniest things you will ever see is an adult having a temper tantrum. You would think that these brief emotional outbursts would end upon graduation from kindergarten, yet some adults think that letting it all out in the open is going to...
Why do humans fear the unkown?
By: G E Barr
Zero Squared The unknown is invisible. It cannot be seen, heard, smelled, tasted or touched. It is unknown. Let's say it is represented by zero squared. Left to itself, zero squared is not intimidating. It becomes quite novel to say, "Oh yes, that is zero...
By: Paul Schingle
This is the kind of question that drives you nuts because of the all or nothing nature of the word choice. If you put a gun to my head and told me to choose one or the other, I would say it is probably more...
People who belittle others are only belittling themselves
By: Elizabeth M Young
One of the worst tools that dysfunctional individuals have in their kit is the art of belittling others. This is done in order to make the aggressor feel bigger, better while making the other person feel smaller and worse. Like any individual who uses a...

 

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