The physical, mental, emotional, and behavioral effects of stress
By: Annalyn Andriyenko
Stress is something that everyone gets, young and old. It's an odd behavioral symptom that gets us down, pulls us into an unhappy spot and leaves us there, making us want to pull our hair out. It makes us feel burnt out and tired even...
Can science settle the question of whether money can buy happiness?
By: Christyl Rivers
Science can measure your self assessment of happiness. It is up to you to shop wisely in "buying" happiness. Science is a process that seeks truth. Money is an abstract concept invented by humans for convenience. Can the science process teach us anything about abstract...
Human sexuality
By: Ravindra Ranasinha
Sexual desire is the energy that any human being acquires with the birth. It is the instinctive propelling of any being to procreate and therefore amounts to be the primary emotion that governs the body of humans as well as animals. However, the only difference...
By: Paul Schingle
While seeming to be a contradiction in terms, people who display passive-agressive tendencies can be downright dangerous. Now, before going too far, it's important to note that everyone, at one time or another, displays moments of passive-aggressiveness. This is true of almost any negative personality...
The physical, mental, emotional, and behavioral effects of stress
By: Christyl Rivers
Out stress is more complicated than other animals, and its side effects are not cautiously considered. In effect, we do not listen to the wise counsel of our own bodies, because our analytical brain allows our thoughts to often sublimate warnings. We slip into denial...
By: Ravindra Ranasinha
Tension as many consider is a sickness that requires medication. However, human life does not exist without tension and it is the gravitational process that runs through the human mind till death. Tension pulls man to one thing and then pulls to another direction at...
Depression: Is society taking the wrong approach?
By: Christyl Rivers
Depression: Is society taking the wrong approach? What about another way, more hugs, less drugs? Yes, we’ve been taking the wrong approach. Assessment of depression is based on intake models that were developed long before there were hundreds of drugs prescribed. Pharmaceutical corporations are...
By: Nigel Teh Jae Shing
The term ‘psychology’ that we have come to familiarize ourselves with today originated from the Greek words ‘psyche’ which means soul or mind, and ‘ology’ which is known as ‘study of’. Hence, the definition of the term simply means the study...
How to lessen your anxiety over world events
By: Roger Gilbert
Surviving the World's Perfect Storm A high percentage of souls in the world right now are angry, scared, and apprehensive about the future. Anger, fear, and other negative emotions abound everywhere. There seems to be an overwhelming amount of pressure on the inhabitants of this...
How to identify a chronic liar
By: Mellissa Withers
Identifying a chronic liar can be a complicated process. The fact is most people want to believe in the people around them. We don’t like to assume our friends and family could be lying to us. It is too painful to think that their...

 

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