By: Jen Costa
The Fall of Dorian Gray:The Choices, Characters and Circumstances that Led to His RuinSome readers of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray may be able pinpoint the exact moment that signaled Dorian's inevitable demise. However, it can be better argued that Dorian's fall was...
By: Helen Borel
For decades, it has been believed - by essentially two camps of respected practioners in the fields of psychiatry and psychology - that the infantile brain, and therefore the extremely young psyche, is either incapable of fully formed experience and feelings or that it comes...
By: Nadege Lewis
FantasiesMany of our fears are fed by our exaggerated notions of certain experiences. When we imagine the worst possible outcome, we scare ourselves into believing the possibility of that outcome actually occurring. To avoid this destructive behaviour, we need to sit back and look and...
By: Helen Borel
DOES SEXUALITY AFFECT CREATIVITY? I take the word "sex" to connote "life force." In other words, our sexual being encompasses considerably more than attraction to another, intimacy with that other, and the sex act. Instead I view the Sexual Self as an undiscovered infiniteness...
By: Elaine Sihera
Each human being's reality is formed by their perception which, in turn, is dictated by their culture, race, religion and gender. Whatever we perceive is exactly what we 'see' which is likely to be different from the next person. Imagine three people standing beside each...
By: Barb Mcmahon
Now Entering GrieflandThere should be signs posted at every funeral home, every palliative care unit, every dangerous patch of highway: Now Entering Griefland Life Will Be Different From Now OnOf course, no sign, anywhere, could ever prepare you for just how different life will be...
By: David Gilpin
Where Are My Keys Have you found your-self forgetting small silly stuff, like where you put your car keys or where the TV remote control is?Maybe, its more serious than that. Maybe, you've forgotten to turn off the stove or you left the house...
By: Adele Gregory
There are different types of thoughts people want to suppress as "bad", and there are different methods for working with them effectively.The first type of thoughts are 'negative interpretations' where we take a dim or critical view of ourselves or others, or imagine that...
By: Maureen Levey
The more you try to suppress bad thoughts, the more they flood through your brain. Trying to force yourself not to think "I'm useless" makes you think it even more and it becomes a vicious cycle that can spiral into depression.Using a cognitive behavioural...
By: Maureen Levey
I would argue that verbal abuse turns into mental abuse. If you are told that you are worthless enough times, then you hear those words in your head even when your tormentor is not around. And it would appear to be in the depths of...

 

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