By: Barbara Kasey Smith
What is a pathological liar? *Most do not remember what they've told you: A pathological liar is a person of many stories and often they cannot even remember the lie they'll tell you from one day to the next. Many have a tendency to totally...
Is there a difference between depression and despair?
By: Wendy Brumback
The Argument of Depression versus Despair The opinion blog “Kierkegaard on the Couch” by Gordon Marino is a short blog under the opinion section in the New York Times series “Happy Days The Pursuit of What Matters in Troubled Times.” The series...
By: Paul Schingle
I was going to write to this subject earlier, but I never got around to it. Something always came up. Okay, now that I've bowled you over with my humor, let's talk turkey. Actually, I think there are several reasons why some people have a...
By: G E Barr
Get In Here With Your Bad Self "...and a message coming from my eye says leave it alone..." -The White Stripes People procrastinate for three very distinct reasons. Fear. Loathing. Priority. Procrastination, the very word, indicates no physical blocks from doing a thing...
Why do people procrastinate?
By: Emily McDowell
I have always seen people who put things off until last minute as being lazy. There is no good excuse why a person cannot get his or her taxes done on time, complete a term paper by the due date, or even do something as...
By: Angela Baze
I, personally, find myself happy every single day, for a large portion of the day. It's not a chore and it's a choice I make every day that's also become a bit of a habit. I'll wake up, not always in the mornings, but at...
By: Melody Phillips
"Consciousness" is the here and now of who we are. Our everyday thoughts and actions, our beliefs and ideas. Consciousness is the part of the human brain that governs, actions and reactions. To be conscious is to be in control of mind, body and soul...
How positive psychology acts as a more permanent solution to problems
By: Ray Russ
Psychologists study the mind and are trained to perform psychological research and testing. They also provide a relief for mental disorders through therapy and other non medicinal techniques. Psychiatrists on the other hand, prescribe medicine for patients because they believe psychological problems are caused by...
Why positive thinking is not about solving problems
By: Jennifer Lim
Positive thinking is not about solving problems, in fact it will not solve your problem especially a life threatening one. When I saw the interview with Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Smile or Die: How Positive Thinking Fooled America and the World on News Night, my...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The idea of cognitive psychology replacing epistemology is akin to medical anthropology replacing anthropology. In essence, cognitive psychology is a sub field of psychology, as is epistemology, and both originate in philosophy. A mother science cannot be replaced by a sub field. In definition, cognitive...

 

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