Why is it important for a person to be validated?
By: Melissa Murphy - 565406
In a world of diversity, it’s the many differences between individuals that bring about the fullness, interest and excitement in life. Unfortunately, it is those very same differences that also lead to discord and conflict in relationships. Everybody has their own unique worldview. That...
How to decode body language
By: AngelaWhite
Learning how to decode the body language of the person next to you can be confusing. Are they flirting? Angry? Someone to watch out for? How do you tell? This article will help teach you how to decode body language so you can really know...
By: Keeley Nally-Taylor
It doesn’t matter how good a liar you are or that you are skilled in hiding your thoughts and feelings, body language will always give you away. Reportedly 65% of non-verbal communication is delivered through body language so it is just as important as...
By: Dolores Moore
Regression therapy, sometimes called past-life therapy, can safely be placed among the "alternative" groups of mind and emotion therapies. It has been used, mainly in the U.S. and U.K. by some hypnotherapists and psychotherapists since around the 1950s. It is a technique that...
By: Christine Lorraine
Learning how to decode body language is a fascinating endeavor with eye-opening results. Considering that the majority of human communication is nonverbal, body language speaks volumes without a word being uttered. Gestures, movements and positions can silently expose subconscious thoughts, while eyes, arms, fingers and...
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
Negative people are a drain. They drain your body and mind of all energy, Being around a person who is constantly negative can make you feel tired and lethargic Their aura is dark, and if you are an upbeat person, whose aura is light, then...
By: Sylvia Farley
Regression therapy is claimed as a recent technique formulated in the last 20 years, but in fact has been in use in many different forms for the last hundred years or more. In early 1900, Freud first suggested that regression is a defense mechanism. Instead...
By: Bridget Webber
Body language is one of the greatest forms of communication people have at their disposal. Indeed, communicating without your body would be extremely difficult, as most non verbal communication happens without peoples knowledge, and isn't really influenced by purposeful control. It's been estimated that up...
Sigmund Freud and dream interpretation
By: Kathryn D. Perez
Sigmund Freud was a frontrunner in many psychological theories, including the interpretation of dreams. There are many issues involving Dr. Freud that some do not consider when they begin to use him as a source of information. For example, his work was typically conducted on...
Can traumatic memories be repressed and recovered later?
By: Kathryn D. Perez
Traumatic memories are sometimes relived every day and sometimes they are pushed to the back of the mind and come forward when a trigger memory brings that trauma back to the forefront. The DSM-III, DSM-IV, and the newest: DSM-V all acknowledge traumatic disorder as PTSD...

 

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