Understanding dissociative identity disorder
By: Sherafgan Khan
"Because, we're the same person," the famous line that twisted the whole plot of the 1999 hit blockbuster "Fight Club" awed many people including myself. For some reason, the thought of having two completely different identities still amazes me today. Dissociative Identity Disorder...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Stanley Courage Duoghah
If "The fear of God is the beginning of all wisdom," then, "the fear of death is the root of all misery and purposeless living!" Yes, it's the fear of death that makes most people depressed. And these are the people who go...
By: Elizabeth M Young
In dealing with this topic, it helps to have an overview of the socialization, emotional, systemic, and institutional factors that contribute to teachers having sex with kids. In the area of socialization, a lot of the factors that led to scrutiny and communication by and...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Good grief. Avoidant behavior has been comprehensively treated as maladaptive behavior that is in response to stresses, threats, and past experiences that were awful in nature. Panic disorders are seen as a primary causative factor in avoidance behavior, with agoraphobia as the ultimate and debilitating...
By: Paul Schingle
Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs is a, perhaps, oversimplified explanation of how human beings grow as people. Just because something may be oversimplified does noit mean it is inaccurate. It simply means that the concepts are broken down easily enough that even a lay...
Are you inner or outer directed?
By: Steve Marshall
This article will discuss inner and outer direction. I will argue the case that if all is only oneness, then any inner or outer direction must only ever just be a label that we ourselves have placed on an illusion of our own construction. This...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Defense mechanisms are ways that the individual's ego uses to overcome psychological conflicts. Conflicts are usually the result of a confrontation between the id and the superego of the individual. It usually happens if an id wish is not fulfilled and is censored by the...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Mr. Rotter valued the driving force as an overriding aspect of behavior and personality, but changed the identity of that driving force: with the Empirical Law Of Effect and the driving force in human behavior. In studying behaviorism and personality, he focused on the desire...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Karen Horney is a psychoanalyst who like Sigmung Freud believed that the unconscious is a major factor of the personality of humans. She disagreed, however, with him about the determinants or faces which are responsible for the existence of conflicts in the individual's personality. Freud...
How often do you find yourself happy?
By: Carmel Brulez - 538252
The question we have been asked here is HOW OFTEN DO YOU FIND YOURSELF HAPPY? I could ramble on about how we all seek happiness and how difficult it is to be happy but I would probably be telling you nothing new and you...

 

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