Identifying and dealing with negative people
By: Christyl Rivers
Toxic people are those that consistently make others feel horrible. Negative people, are not necessarily toxic. If they have a sense of humor, or if they sometimes lift your spirits, even in recognition of their own “doom and gloom” presentation, they are not toxic...
By: Thu Nguyen - 590351
Over the years, I have seen a few men cry and it may be aimed directly at me, at themselves or even the world which they lived in. Whatever it was, I felt it too. Thus, when a man cries and sheds his dignity, you...
Freud's famous theory
By: Bob Seery
If anything identifies Freud as an innovative thinker it is his claim that there is an 'unconscious' mind which importantly can be observed and understood using scientific methods - of which, more later. Many other thinkers such as William James had already used the term...
Factors that influence personality
By: Mary Tyrer
A Personality is the characteristics and patterns of feelings, thoughts, and behaviors, which make a person exceptional, one of a kind and exclusive to his or herself. Personality originates within an individual and remains consistent throughout life. Personality psychologists can interest distinctive characteristics of individuals...
Does mental illness exist?
By: J. James
Mental illness is a very real condition, brought on by many factors; both emotional and physical. Also, a segment of society is biased towards those who suffer from this disease; because of that fact, this article attempts to address the issue of; “Is mental...
Assessing your own self worth
By: Clare Sharples
Have you ever tried asking your employer how much you are worth? They would most likely say '50k' or '70k' or '150k'. They are telling you you are worth what they are willing to pay you.Do you feel like you are worth more? Of...
Where do our dreams come from?
By: Jacob Woods
There are one to many theories out there explaining where dreams come from and what they mean. Freud of course related everything to sex it seems. So if you dream about the color red, Freud may speculate that your sexually provoked in your subconscious. Of...
Understanding the psychology behind volunteering
By: Adele Gregory
Volunteering comes in many forms - everything from small acts of thoughtfulness to undertaking large and time-consuming projects for free. There’s the Good Samaritan who rushes to the aid of someone who’s fallen on the street, the office worker who organizes going-away parties...
Women and self-esteem
By: Christyl Rivers
Women have low self esteem because most humans still have low self esteem. Women with low self esteem are beat up by societal norms, but we also beat up ourselves. Men with low self esteem, which is to be expected in any tumultuous time, also...
By: Bob Trowbridge
The term “mystical psychosis” was coined in the ‘70s, but the experiences that relate to this category are ancient. In fact, the mystical experiences of indigenous peoples, saints, yogis, and other mystics would today simply be categorized by many mental health practitioners as...

 

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