By: Ted Sherman
Reacting to stress involves a series of lifetime challenges. Stress starts in our first year of life when we feel the need for food, reach out to be cuddled and try to receive other basic requirements. Babies react to those kinds of stress by crying...
By: Lenna Gonya
Everyone encounters stress at some point in their life. If they are lucky, it is a brief period that is short lived, conquered, and forgotten. In these cases, there may be a great deal of tension, but most people are able to navigate through this...
By: Tygar Mccutcheon
In the late 50's a study was conducted by Dr. Friedman and Dr. Rosenman that classified the population into two separate groups by personality traits. One of the types created is commonly known as the 'Type B' personality. In the separate classification system the Type...
Links between social anxiety and the polyvagal theory
By: Susan Smith - 627846
In 1872 Darwin acknowledged the dynamic neural relationship between the heart and the brain and that when the heart is affected it reacts on the brain; and the state of the brain again reacts through the vagus nerve on the heart; so that under any...
By: Daniel Xiao Wang
Human trafficking is the illicit trade or use of human beings for the purpose of exploitation. Human trafficking is a crime against humanity that occurs in every country around the world. First world countries are no exception to this crime. The United Nations Office on...
By: Helium01
Urban survival refers to survival in an urban environment that may take place during or after a natural disaster, terrorist attack, or other threat to mankind. Urban survival can take place in the city or in the suburbs, but requires a large mass of people...
By: Ganelle Davis
Change is a by-product of growth. Everything in our lives changes, at some point or another. Our looks may change. Our responsibilities towards others may change. it is no wonder, we must adapt to these changes and perhaps change ourselves in the process. Our perspectives...
Shift your views: Flaws of the system
By: Daniel Cloud
As humans we are imperfect, and therefore any system we create will be imperfect. When referring to a system, you generally think about government and its organization. From a current standpoint, the government is failing in many systems such as society, education, wasted money, funding...
Nurture vs Nature what is Natural Reaction are we Products of up Bringing Natural Instincts Dna
By: Christyl Rivers
Human beings, like all other animals, are born with instincts. Most everything you do is done, actually, for you. Even your thoughts as you read this sentence are automatic, and not fully “controlled” by some sort of choice you have. Breathing, digesting, even balance...
Advantages and disadvantages of urban survival compared with wilderness survival
By: Matthew Fulton
There is a great deal of writing and discourse about how to survive an emergency, be it as simple as a severe thunderstorm to all-out nuclear war. The survivalist gurus fall into two main groups: those who "hole up at home" in an urban environment...

 

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