Exploring the relationship between borderline personality disorder and parental bonding
By: Rex Trulove
Borderline personality disorder is difficult to deal with, whether we are talking about the child who has it, or the parent of that child. This can cause a rift to form between child and parent. I'm speaking from experience, having raised a daughter with this...
By: Jonte Rhodes
There are many things that we can be scared of or that bring about fear in us all in some way. What most people overlook however is that all fear actually comes from the same place, and is for the same functional reason. There are...
By: Nancy Houser
To think in a logical manner requires the proper application of unspoken words with a bit' of common sense - more would be better, but in today's society that would be pushing it. A prime example is myself, as I am not too sure what...
By: Jules Roberts
Yes, society is taking entirely the wrong approach to depression. But this is not really because anyone is deliberately messing up. Its because depression is generally viewed as an illness instead of a condition that may be a normal response to events that have happened...
By: Beverly Dancy
I love getting my joke of the day. Today's jokes were on true hospital discharge charts. "Patient has two teenage children but no other abnormalities!" and Discharge status: Alive but without my permission!" I mention this because science has found that the parts...
By: S. Anderson
At first, the question of being an abuser seems obvious. If you are an abuser, you are going to know it, and everyone around you is going to know it. But that is not always the case. Sometimes abuse is well hidden, even from ourselves...
Exploring the fear factor in human psychology
By: Rex Trulove
There simply are few emotions that are more powerful and can be so useful as fear. As with any very strong emotion, fear causes physiological changes in our bodies. This is not where it ends, though. It can motivate us, protect us from harm, and...
By: Kevin J. Putnam
You are alone, it is night. Dark storms clouds blacken the sky. There are no stars, no street lights, and the camp fire is out. You hear a deep growl, your hairs stand on end, your heart beat increases, muscles tense, excess blood is redirected...
When and when not to think logically
By: Rex Trulove
It would be a great temptation for a person who is logical minded to say that there is never a time when we should not think logically. Likewise, someone who doesn't think logically might have an impulse to say "never". Can either of these be...
By: Bridget Webber
People who are shy are often mistaken for being rude. However, people who are rude are rarely regarded as being shy. This is because shy people are not usually terribly forthcoming and their apparent lack of enthusiasm or interest can be mistakenly perceived as being...

 

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