By: Dorothy Hoffman
Volunteers are vital to a healthy society. Without people willing to go far beyond the duties of their jobs and obligations to family, most of our religious, cultural, and other social institutions simply couldn’t function. Fortunately, many thousands of people - both young and...
By: Paul Schingle
Step one to lessening anxiety is getting a grip on to the kinds of things over which you have control. Sure, you can sit and fret and wonder if Iran is going to bomb us. But, what is the point behind that? Personally, I don't...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Cyber bullying has become a major concern for those who operate in the virtual world. Whether the bullying goes on in chat rooms, social networking sites, forums or in blogs and their comments, the prevalence and the persistence of those who can operate anonymously can...
Book reviews: First Person Plural, My Life as a Multiple, by Cameron West
By: Shelly Barclay
First Person Plural by Cameron West is a powerful non-fiction novel about abuse, repressed memories and, above all, dissociative identity disorder (multiple personalities). West was diagnosed with the disorder as an adult. This book chronicles the first few years of Cameron's illness. The entire book...
What's your greatest fear?
By: Christyl Rivers
If you know it or not, your greatest fear is separation. You may call it a “fear” about the surface event, or object; things like fear of dark, heights, spiders, public speaking, or what have you. Yet, when you come down to the core...
Coping with criticism
By: snowdoll487
Cope with criticism It is annoying to receive criticism, especially from people you care about. It somehow affects your own view of yourself and self-worth. True, criticism stings but instead of looking at it as an offense, an injustice, view criticism as a loving way...
How valid are personality tests?
By: Nick Broadhurst
Testing has been with us for thousands of years. The Greeks an Egyptians did it, as did most ancient cultures. Even today some still look at tea leaves in the bottom of a cup, or ask when you were born for a star sign. But...
How to lessen your anxiety over world events
By: Christyl Rivers
For most of our first million years on earth, the word world meant your known tribal locale, and anxiety meant nothing at all, because the word anxiety came as a new label for discomfort and distress, much later. With words we became trapped in mental...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Christyl Rivers
We are afraid of death because it is the ultimate unknown. Even those with extreme religious faith have determined to stay alive as long as possible. If faith were 100%, then people would die by the scores every day at their own hands, but...
The different types of psychology theories
By: Christyl Rivers
A new Psychology for the 21st century that will change your life is emerging into consciousness. We must first learn the psychological theories that led us here. Psychology is the study of the human mind. It came quickly on the heels of the industrial revolution...

 

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