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Even in the Movies - Ellen M. DuBois

... character takes his wife to New York City for dinner, the camera shows a shot of the city's sky line. Fiction quickly turned to non-fiction.What a strange, ominous feeling. I was relaxing and suddenly I was reminded of what no longer was -- what was now a ghost. The Twin Towers.I thought...


Books As A Life Saver - Ellen M. DuBois

... are two things: 1. The letter from the gentleman, and 2. The extreme importance of books to soldiers overseas. The article states that the two most important things soldiers desired were "tobacco and BOOKS". It seems that then, just as now, reading helped folks get through the most adverse,...


Narcissistic Personality Disorder - An Introduction - Sam Vaknin

... gratification, dominance and ambition.Narcissism is named after the ancient Greek myth of Narcissus who was a handsome Greek youth who rejected the desperate advances of the nymph Echo.In punishment of his cruelty, he was doomed to fall in love with his own reflection in a pool of water.Unable...


Misdiagnosing Narcissism - Asperger's Disorder - Sam Vaknin

... Disorder (NPD), though evident as early as age 3 (while pathological narcissism cannot be safely diagnosed prior to early adolescence).In both cases, the patient is self-centered and engrossed in a narrow range of interests and activities. Social and occupational interactions are severely...


Taming the Beast: Pathological Narcissism and the Quality of Life - Sam Vaknin

... recognised as a distinct mental health diagnosis a little more than two decades ago. There are few who can honestly claim expertise or even in-depth understanding of this complex condition. No one knows whether therapy works. What is known is that therapists find narcissists repulsive,...


A Letter about Trust - Sam Vaknin

... feelings are the result of deeply entrenched misunderstandings regarding the nature of trust and the continuous act of trusting.For millions of years nature embedded in us the notion that the past can teach us a lot about the future. This is very useful for survival. And it is also mostly true...


Born Aliens - Part II - Sam Vaknin

... ones. Moreover, their eyes are immediately fully functional. It is the interpretation mechanism that is lacking and this is why the world looks fuzzy to them. They tend to concentrate on very distant or on very close objects (their own hand getting closer to their face). They see very clearly...


Born Aliens - Part I - Sam Vaknin

... It is immeasurably more important to his "primary caregiver" (mother) and to her supporters (read: father and other members of the family). It is through them that the baby is, supposedly, effected. This effect is evident in his (I will use the male form only for convenience's sake) ability...


The Dialogue of Dreams - Part II - Sam Vaknin

... of the brain (EEG). A dreaming person has the pattern of someone who is wide awake and alert. This seems to sit well with a theory of dreams as active therapists, engaged in the arduous task of incorporating new (often contradictory and incompatible) information into an elaborate personal...


The Dialogue of Dreams - Part I - Sam Vaknin

... intoxication. With the exception of this highly dubious role, dreams do seem to have three important functions:To process repressed emotions (wishes, in Freud's speech) and other mental content which was suppressed and stored in the unconscious. To order, classify and, generally, to pigeonhole...


The Manifold of Sense - Part III - Sam Vaknin

... But it is sufficiently flexible to cover emotions and attitudes or opinions. But attaching names to phenomena never helped in the long run and in the really important matter of understanding them. To identify feelings, let alone to describe them, is not an easy task. It is difficult to...


The Manifold of Sense - Part II - Sam Vaknin

... or cause cognitions (emotivism) or are part of a motivational process does not answer the question: "What are emotions?". Emotions do cause us to apprehend and perceive things in a certain way and even to act accordingly. But WHAT are emotions? Granted, there are strong, perhaps necessary,...


The Manifold of Sense - Part I - Sam Vaknin

... have to name emotions. While English has over 2,000 words to describe emotional categories, there are only 750 such descriptive words in Taiwanese Chinese. One tribal language has only 7 words that could be translated into categories of emotion the words used to name or describe an emotion...


The Interrupted Self - Sam Vaknin

... self, based on sensa (sensory input) and above all on proprioception and other kinaesthetic senses. It incorporates representations of other objects and results, at a higher level, in a "World Map" or "World Image". This World Map often does not react to actual changes in the body itself...


Why is Bobby Knight Explosive? - John Boe

... many successful basketball teams and in fact, brought three NCAA basketball championships back to Indiana. He was recognized as a strict disciplinarian and used a hands on coaching style. Coach Knight was feared and respected not only by the opposing team, but by his own players as well. His...


What is Your Temperament Style? - John Boe

... raise your children. If you are single, it can give you insight into selecting a compatible mate. If you are a salesperson, this information will significantly enhance your sales effectiveness by enabling you to build trust and rapport quickly with your prospects and customers. If you are a...


We Aim To Please - John Boe

... significantly increase your sales effectiveness by enabling you to build trust and rapport quickly with your prospects and customers. Business owners and managers find this knowledge invaluable. It can improve the way you supervise your employees and allow you to recruit more effectively. As a...


The Gift of Gab - John Boe

... increase your sales effectiveness by enabling you to build trust and rapport quickly with your prospects and customers. Business owners and managers find this knowledge invaluable. It can improve the way you supervise your employees and allow you to recruit more effectively. As a...


Driven to Succeed! - John Boe

... significantly increase your sales effectiveness by enabling you to build trust and rapport quickly with your prospects and customers. Business owners and managers find this knowledge invaluable. It can improve the way you supervise your employees and allow you to recruit more effectively. As a...


Living With Depression - John Boe

... Depression is an ancient and prevalent mental condition that has been referenced throughout history in song, poetry and literature. In a depressed state one feels hopeless and experiences an overwhelming sense of despair. Depression immobilizes a person; they lack both the desire...


Worry and Anxiety Help - Ken McIsaac

... The harm that worry causes in our lives has been well documented by many writers, health professionals, and philosophers. Worry can weaken and sicken us, and turn our days into nightmares. At the very least, it prevents us from living fully and happily the only life that we will ever have....


Postpartum Depression: What Women Aren't Telling Their Doctors - Robyn B. Surdel

... 80% of all women in the United States will experience some form of mood disorder after the birth of their child. The emotional and physical discomfort they feel can be triggered by hormonal changes, lack of sleep, stress, socioeconomic factors and other changes. What is concerning, however, is...


A Powerful New Way to Use "Why" Questions - Michael Pollock

... is more than half thebattle of finding the answer." "Why" questions are uniquelypowerful in that they already contain an answer themselves.Implicit in every "why" question is a statement of fact.For example, consider the question "why is the sky blue?"You agree the sky is blue. You're merely...


4 Powerful Mind Principles to Control Your Destiny - Michael D. Pollock

... mean to you, and offer you someprinciples that can positively affect your life experience.Dictionary.com defines the noun form of "resolve" as: * Firmness of purpose; resolution. * A determination or decision; a fixed purpose. * A formal resolution made by a deliberative body.There are some...


How Peeling An Orange Could Make You A Fortune - Jeff McCall

... Psychology has become extremely important in thesporting world. But don't be misled into thinking that thisis only something that's of interest to sports men andwomen. There are many aspects to sport psychology, and Ibelieve some can assist even the humble online entrepreneurto achieve massive...

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