By: Maryam Idris
Introverts are people who often want to be alone, and they usually come across as quiet people. Unfortunately, as introverts make up only a small percent of the population, they, along with most other minorities, are misunderstood. People come up with their own assumptions about...
By: Michael Pastore
Introverted personality types are often looked down upon by collective society. Having a preference for activities done alone, introverts are commonly viewed as eccentric individuals who dislike other people, which cannot be further from the truth. While some people who fall under the introverted category...
By: Bernice Dennis - 314242
The definition for out of control anger: rage and emotions that are expressed in a violent manner. These sudden and strong feelings of hatred, grievance, and displeasure are one indicator. Anger is a very serious issue. It affects the lives of our family and friends...
Why some people are afraid of dying, and some aren't
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
Do we really know what is on the other side of the grave? Indeed, we have our holy books such as the Bible, the Koran, and the Torah to comfort us and help us focus our minds on what lies beyond. But for many people...
By: Christyl Rivers
It is more important to be rational than it is to be intelligent. An intelligent person is quite capable of believing in absurdities. But critical thinking skills, being rational about emotional belief systems such as religion and political leanings, are far more important in the...
Why teenage girls are becoming infatuated with Boston Bombing suspect
By: Christine Zibas
If it seems impossible to understand the mind of a teenager, the following news will only confirm that belief. In a strange twist to events following the Boston Marathon bombing, it appears that not just a few teenage girls have found themselves “crushing” on...
By: Christyl Rivers
Sigmund Freud’s early work with hypnosis allowed him to discover past fear and childhood anxieties could be relieved through a process wherein the patient was brought to consciously realize past trauma. The release of pent-up anxiety and fear was thus “cathartic.” Catharsis...
By: Whitney Rose
There is no conclusive proof that violence is within a person from birth. In many cases it is clear that genetics have nothing to do with some offenders’ criminal behaviour. Most scientists and mental health professionals have agreed that violent tendencies can come from a...
By: Merryl Lentz
Talk is cheap – but if you're an extrovert, it's worth its weight in gold. The meek don't really get an opportunity to inherit the earth – the extroverts won't let them get a word in edgewise. And extroverts are not just the talk of...
Expressing emotion over past events
By: Christyl Rivers
Non-human animals are better able to live in the present moment. This is both a survival mechanism, but also provides a concrete reason why non-human animals do not ruminate upon the past with regret and/or longing. Other animals do, of course, learn lessons from the...

 

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