How to tell if you're lazy
By: TheBlogger
Most people can tell if they are being lazy. However some people just ignore that the fact that they are lazy and blame their luck, disease, disorder or anything other excuse which does not involve their own behavior.With technology advancing, it is not difficult...
By: Bruce Kriger
The word conscience' is not used much these days. Even though we understand conscience as the awareness' of a moral or ethical aspect to one's conduct together with the urge to prefer right over wrong, as the saying goes "Let your conscience be your guide...
By: Bruce Kriger
Chronophobia might be based on chronoperception. Chronoperception is the process by which time is perceived by the central nervous system. The study of the characteristics of the central nervous system is essential in order to uncover the reasons for aging-related psychological crises and to diagnose...
What's your greatest fear?
By: Scott Hayden
Fear comes in many shapes and sizes. What I'm afraid of is the reckless nature of human beings. Take a good look at your newspaper and what's on television. What do you see? I see death, and much of it is usually preventable or completely...
By: Bruce Kriger
Whether we like it or not, our life is filled with both obvious and hidden conflicts that are usually caused by clashes between real interests and imaginary reasons. Life itself starts with conflict: the first cry of a baby, its face showing a grimace of...
By: Bruce Kriger
Freedom is not just a potential opportunity to do the things that one openly chooses to do, because most human actions are predicated on primal instincts such as fear. Moreover, most of the things that one makes others do are done out of fear. Of...
Book reviews: The Lucifer Effect, Understanding How Good People Turn Evil, by Philip Zimbardo
By: Philo Gabriel
In 1971, a team of psychology researchers led by Philip Zimbardo studying how people respond to authority conducted what has become known as the Stanford Prison Experiment. This book is Zimbardo’s account of and reflections on that experiment almost forty years later, and his...
By: Joanna Fletcher
"Those who speak, do not know. Those who know, do not speak." This Zen proverb points to the paradox of leadership: Efficient leaders are those who don't really seem to be doing anything at all. If efficient means using resources wisely, then that leader...
What's your greatest fear?
By: Dr. G. A. Anderson
The prospect of developing Alzheimer's is my greatest fear. There is nothing that scares me as much, and nothing that creates as much worry. Losing my ability to remember my loved ones, and possibly the ability to remember myself is what is most frightening to...
By: Carolyn Varvel
Mind maps, in the classical sense of webbing, drive me nuts. By the time I get the spokes constructed with all the important points, I can't figure out what is important or where to start.For years I used lists as a way to organize...

 

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