The psychology behind the case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
By: Dean Traylor
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde may well be "very strange". Robert Louis Steven's famous story of split personalities and suppressed aggression is one of his most entertaining tales. However, there may be more than a moral tale of good and evil...
By: Cody Hodge
One of the hardest things to admit to ourselves is that we do have limitations. Some of us are short, some of us are fat, some of us really can't do well in math, or can't write an essay to save their life. It might...
By: Emily Malcome
Life itself is enough to fear. Fear of loosing everything we have worked hard for, fear of loosing a loved one to death or divorce, or through choices that may take those away from us. Death is truly unknown and through being human anything...
Violent behavior: Born or raised?
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
There are many factors that come into play when it comes to violent behaviour. Whether or not violent behaviour is inherent within us when we are born, or whether it is learned as we are raised, is something that still occupies the minds of...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Bob Zimmerman
Some people live life as if it were a gift, enjoying every moment of it to its fullest. Others live their lives carefully, trying to avoid every possible threat their paranoid mind can imagine. Some are afraid of death, and others like myself have no...
Differences between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
By: Marissa Iacullo
Have you ever wondered what drives a single parent to drag themselves to work after a sleepless night only to come home to cook and clean their homes knowing they must repeat these steps over and over again for weeks, days, or months? If you...
By: Richard Serra
For a number of years I thought about why I immediately disliked someone without ever getting to know them. Quite often I'd remark that I can't stand this person or that person for no reason other than that it was my immediate thought at the...
How to understand the emotions of a child
By: Brenda Schmitt
Children who are well loved and secure are refreshingly open about what they are feeling. This is part of their charm. Of course, don't expect your five years old to understand you might not want him to repeat your negative review of the pastors...
What is synchronicity?
By: Geoffrey Schmitt
Synchronicity is a term first used by Carl Jung. He created it to name the unique phenomena of a coincidence between physical realty and events in the unconscious mind. I experienced one rather humorous example. It occurred in a workshop on Jungian Dream Interpretation...
Identifying and dealing with negative people
By: Stella Kaye
Negative people don't need a great deal of identifying they are just there like a festering carbuncle on an otherwise perfect complexion. Where a positive person will see an idyllic scene of rainbows and Elysian Fields, all the negative person notices are storm clouds...

 

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