The psychological meaning of extrovertion and introversion
By: Adriana Tanese-Nogueira
Introversion and extroversion are two complementary directions the individual’s vital energy (libido) can take. A healthy psyche is characterized by the presence of both, although not at the same time and not with the same intensity. According to Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) the Swiss...
By: ek ellis
Narcolepsy is a sleep disorder defined by Web MD as being, " a neurological disorder that affects the control of sleep and wakefulness".People who suffer from this disorder deal with excessive daytime sleepiness along with intermittent, uncontrollable episodes of falling asleep while in daytime...
Why do some people complain about everything
By: Kartika Sofyan
When you work your fingers to the bone only to find no one is paying attention, moreover to appreciate or give you such an expected gratitude, coming home and complaining to your spouse or roommate may pays it all. Complaining removes the whole world off...
The psychology of religious movements
By: Robert Grice
Human nature is to connect with something greater than ourselves. Human history is a testament to this impulse in the as illustrated in the long history of varied religions that emerge within even the most primitive of cultures. Why is religion so attractive to human...
By: Gaurav Mahendru
Living alone is as normal as living with people. It is possible that one person lives alone and wishes or feels at times that there should be someone to talk to or a circle of friends. Alternatively some people who have a large social circle...
Mood disorders: Manic episode
By: Kris Kennedy
Mood Disorders-Manic Phase Bi-polar seems very misunderstood. Some without the disorder are frightened by the manic phase and some with the disorder enjoy the creative and energetic boost available during the phase. In other cases, some view the disorder as not handicapping because of the...
By: Richard Serra
If we lived in a perfect world, I'm sure there would be some who would find something to complain about, and since we don't, we sure have our share of those who constantly complain about everything. These kinds of people are in their own prison...
Book reviews: Blink, by Malcolm Gladwell
By: A E M
Blink The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell The book Blink, published in 2005, is about unconscious decision making. The kind of decisions we make constantly without being able to explain how or why we did it, play a crucial role in our...
Understanding human emotional defense mechanisms
By: Margaret Paul Ph.D.
I am sitting with Bryan at one of my 5-Day Inner Bonding Intensives. Bryan is talking about one thing after another, and I cannot follow him at all. Nor can I connect with him. My loneliness in sitting with him is giving me important information...
Why do some people complain about everything
By: Charles Johnson
There are some people who can never get ahead in life because they are always complaining about something different every day. These people are easy to see in a group of because of the time there are by their self. Sometimes people just want to...

 

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