By: Gibbs Williams
WHAT IS SIGNIFICANT PSYCHOLOGICAL CHANGE? EVEN JETER HAD TO BEGIN AT THE BEGINNINGEver since I have been conscious I have always been intrigued by the nature of significant psychological change. Thus it is no coincidence that I majored in Philosophy in college and have become...
By: Silent Thinker
Do we really find it hard to let go of a relationship that is going nowhere? Sometimes the only reason that we stay in a relationship is because of the love we have for that person. We love them too much to let go eventhough...
By: Elaine Sihera
How often have you looked back on significant moments which mattered to you and uttered the immortal comment: "I should have done so and so. I wish I hadn't done that"We all replay events inside our head, desperately searching to resolve them with perfect action...
By: Misha Rene
To let someone go, you have to first admit to yourself that there is no chance to continue in the relationship. Sometimes, that is hard to do. When you love someone, it hurts. You cry and feel loads of pain and desperation, sure the world...
By: Brian Donohue
Killing Fear Before it Kills You (from Drinking From the Darkness: Living Completely in a Time of Estrangement)Fear kills. There is no sugar-coating to be applied to this reality: fear kills. In Chapter 2, we saw how the fear that fuels the Cult of Hard...
By: Guy on the Internet
Anger is a natural human response to events which they percieve as having a negative affect on their life. Therefore, when people try to suppress anger, they inevitably explode with rage at some later date or they may internalize the anger to a degree where...
By: Guy on the Internet
There are a number of ways to determine whether someone is being truthful or not. The first most recognizable way is related to eye contact. When someone can't look you in the eyes they likely have something to hide or are unsure about what they...
By: Gary C. Gibson
An ego is just another way of talking about the self and what make's one go. Some like to add various drives, dives or boating metaphors to the behavioral acoutrments of the human experience and it has a certain quality of elegant verbiage to it...
By: Maggie Larkin
It is 8:00 a.m. Many American high school students have already been in school for 45 minutes, yet, according to sleep research, the teenage brain does not "wake up" until later in the morning, closer to 10:00 a.m. Why bother going to...
By: Sapphire M. Brown
Milgram's study on obedience is possibly the most famous psychological experiments to date. Stanley Milgram was highly curious about Nazi Germany particularly the Holocaust. As he was Jewish, Milgram felt a sense of identification with those who had suffered. Milgram was mainly curious as to...

 

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