By: Stanley Roberts
It is very easy to be perceived as being an abuser without even knowing it. That sounds a little off the wall I am sure but bear with me as I try and explain.Many people who are abusers deny the fact often. A lot...
By: John McDevitt
We've been conditioned by our left brain education that 1 plus 1 equals 2, to sit in rows, to follow the rules, to think rationally and to fill in the blanks with the correct answers. We've been taught that this is the way the brain...
Understanding the teenage circadian shift or sleep-wake cycle
By: Effie Moore Salem
There's more to the complaints of teenagers than adults often believe. They cannot go to sleep when they're not sleepy and neither can there parents. So is it any wonder that too many of them are falling asleep at their desk in class the next...
By: M. J. Joachim
Depression Pays SocietyDepression is a reality for most people at some point in their lives. Who has never had a reason to feel sad? Our society sympathizes with people who get depressed. But it also has very little tolerance for them. Instead, society capitalizes on...
By: Colette Georgii
Depression in today's societyThere are many reasons for depression in today's world. The most frequent activities related to depression in today's society are alcoholism and drug usage. Other causes are economic and social problems, eating disorders such as obesity, gambling addiction, grief over the death...
Exploring the relationship between borderline personality disorder and parental bonding
By: M. J. Joachim
Parental Bonding and Borderline Personality DisorderFamily life can be very stressful, especially when both parents have to work. Society has pressures of its own, and can lead to isolation. Borderline personality disorder is caused by many factors. Societal interaction challenges the overall development of every...
By: Jeannie Pasacreta
A NOVEL APPROACH TO MANAGING DEPRESSIONSimultaneously occurring scientific advances and social trends are contributing to a dramatic rise in the incidence and prevalence of depression. An increase in human longevity that extends to individuals with previously "life shortening" now chronic illnesses; and, an American culture...
The difference between being shy and being rude
By: Effie Moore Salem
Shy people may or may not be rude, and rude individuals may or may not be shy. One does not preclude the other. To be shy is to be standoffish and to shun the spotlight. Whether or not the shy person would rather be on...
By: M. J. Joachim
Shy vs. Rude: It's Not a Popularity ContestShy is a relative emotion that is rarely shared with our relatives. This wonderful little escape mechanism is often used in new surroundings. It is also used out in public. We almost never practice being shy around family...
By: Katie Lee
The fear factor' in humans is a biological survival tool. Also known as the fight or flight' impulse, it was designed to help us, in situations that are perceived to be a threat to us, to either flee, or fight our way out. The body...

 

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