Examining the psychology of hoarding
By: Michael Kudela
Hoarding is often the most obvious outward sign of a an OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) that has a strangle hold on a persons life. One of the misconceptions about OCD is that the suffer is compulsively neat, and germ phobic. Though perfectionism underlies hoarding, it...
Can human beings change the way they are?
By: Dolores Moore
This question reminded me of a very old joke that goes like this:"How many psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb?""Three, but the light bulb has really got to want to change."In the answer, lies the whole crux of the matter...
Definitions of the behavior that indicates sociopathic tendencies
By: Sadie Davis
A sociopath is a liar and a user, plain and simple. They have no sympathy or empathy for anyone but themselves. They do not know, or want to learn, how to care about someone else. They are great actors for a while until they think...
Is Culture or Language the Definition of Humanity
By: Vania Thompson
Debating which came first, language or culture, is much like debating whether the chicken or the egg came first. You can neither have the chicken without the egg, nor can you have the egg without the chicken, they are dependent on one another for existence...
The Origin of Culture and Language
By: Dylan Gilman
It's the old 'which came first, the chicken or the egg' question, isn't it? Absolutely not. Culture is the origin of language, but language does not create culture. Language is used to express and assist in understanding the phenomenon but communication takes knowing and intended...
By: G E Barr
THE BIG CON First and foremost, the sociopath feels he or she is owed. Their grandoise sense of entitlement is molded within their own insane little heirarchy, where they are the master and all else are "stupid". They are parasitical and like to attach themselves...
Communication Body Language
By: William Mataba
If we are to enter a room full of strangers, we seek a position in the room that brings comfort. Sometimes this is because we find someone we know, sometimes we are welcomed, and sometimes it's a result of unknown feelings and factors guiding us...
Chain reaction of increasing class polarization: The future of America's free market economy
By: Gene Denardo
Increasing class polarization has only one primary cause: the lack of a free market. It is not America's free market economy that causes class polarization, on the contrary, it is the absence of a true free market. It is only within the workings of a...
By: Cody Hodge
Human beings are odd creatures in the sense that we are an oxymoron. Humans are smart enought to control our environment to a degree, yet we are not so smart as to not be immune to the hazards of nature. Even when we can control...
By: Daniel Onyango
Ras Josh is an eighteen year old Rastafarian, who if he strictly followed the beliefs of his father, would today, perhaps, be in a school of theology or bible school studying to be a priest. Born Joshua White, to a white British father and a...

 

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