By: Tanya Kin
Science has no relation to this age-old argument of whether money can buy a person's happiness. Science has evolved over time through people's curiosity of the world around them. When someone wakes up in the morning and look outside, they wonder why the sun is...
By: Betty Carew
Cynophobia or more commonly known as a fear of dogs is a phobia that a few people suffer from. As with all phobias the fear of dogs is hard to overcome and as with all fears you have to try and get past it. Getting...
Why people use drugs and alcohol as a means of escaping reality
By: Mike Bond
Really, there are four little beasts: Alcoholism, depression, anxiety, and panic attacks. It's a chicken and egg situation. If you suffer hangovers after drinking, are you becoming more and more depressed? Quite possibly you are, so you drink some more and round and round it...
The paradox of altruism
By: Jenna Pope
“In giving we receive” is a paradox, at least in Western culture. Many Americans live by the dollar. It determines their value; the dollar is almost worshiped. They never have enough of it and are always looking for ways to make more. Some Americans...
By: Amanda Krystofiak
Psychology began with foundations in both philosophy and biology. Both fields had a set of questions that required experimentation and scientific investigation. Philosophy had questions that great minds speculated on for hundreds of years, before the thought of using science to answer them even...
Change and how people deal with it
By: Ben Canady - 384997
Change There are a lot of changes in the world today. Not too many years ago people rode horses every where they went. Then there was a big change, the automobile. The automobile itself has had many changes over the years. I remember when I...
By: Ganelle Davis
As humans we tend to allow our emotions to rule our behavior and influence our decisions, both good and bad. Our emotions tend to leave us in a quagmire at times and may lead us into poor decision making. We may make hasty decisions based...
How to overcome a fear of dogs
By: Bridget Webber
If you have a fear of dogs, or cynophobia as this is also known as, you are not alone. Many people experience great anxiety when they come in contact with dogs, or even see photographs of them. It is thought that people who have cynophobia...
Challenges of being an introvert
By: Terra Kirsch
Are Introverts really shy? Read any article or book mentioning introverts and the topic of shyness consistently appears. This trait seems tightly wound with introversion, and how these are linked puts introverts at a disadvantage. It attaches a social stigma to being introverted that requires...
Carl G. Jung: Archetypes of the collective unconscious
By: Adriana Tanese-Nogueira
I work with Goddesses as a way to represent archetypes. This is called Archetypal Psychology and the developer of it is James Hillman. After his books others came. Archetypes are susceptible to be worked in many ways. As their symbolic nature suggests there are different...

 

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