Real And Permanent Cure For Social Phobia
- anita bern
... anxiety cure yet, let me regurgitate the news in brief. It all started when scientists from Zurich University found that people who inhaled the hormone called oxytocin continued to trust strangers even after they were cheated on. That discovery, they say, could lead to future treatments for...
Anxiety Disorders and Depression
- Benz Ms
... problems, so you may need treatment in a number of areas. One medical condition that may develop is depression. Depression can truly stop your from living your life. If you are worried that you may be developing depression in addition to other medical conditions surrounding anxiety...
Grieving: The Loss of a Parent
- Mike Vines
... most of us are not prepared for the loss that we experience when our parents do pass on. Whether the passing is a shock or something that you know is coming, when your parent is gone it can be hard to deal with the wave of emotions that course through your mind. Dealing with these emotions are...
The Psychology Of Social Proof
- Nirjara Rustom
... more comfortable to agree with others than analyzing and going our own way. Social proof makes them lazy to perform logical research and also relaxes their defenses. When there is enough social proof for the quality and worthiness of a product or service, people tend not to challenge its...
- Stacey T Pollock
... all live in this world from a singular perception, relying on our feelings to guide us on understanding other people and the interaction that they have with us. Some think that compassion is the closest thing to stepping into someone elses life. They ask, how would I feel if I were in the...
Social Phobia And Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- George Mcbud
... to 5 and being obsessed with symmetry. I found it very disturbing when something was asymmetric,for instance cd-s on a shelf had to be neatly lined and in perfect order.
Entering high school period I became more and more introverted,I blushed infront of strangers and what was really...
The Secret Psychology of a Pianist
- Paul Tobey
... tough then consider this; how many professional concert pianists do you know? Comparatively, how many doctors, lawyers, accountants, car salesmen, teachers or nurses do you know? Are you getting the picture?
The fact that very very few pianists actually make a professional concert career...
How To Understand Multiple Intelligences
- Enigma Valdez
... were more likely to fail in the French school system.
Lewis Terman made some revisions to this assessment in 1930 and renamed it the Intelligence Test. During this time, intelligence quotient tests were used to measure childrens mental age against their chronological age.
Use Mind Maps to Increase Your Creative Thinking
- Royane Real
... way, writing down everything you think is important. If you want to improve your ability to generate new creative ideas, try the technique of making mind maps to organize your thoughts.
There are several techniques that can help you boost your ability to think creatively. One of...
Are You Being Lied To?
- Royane Real
... read a book that gives a lot of tips on how to deal with a situation where we suspect that someone might be trying to lie to us or bluff us.
This book is ï¿½Get Anyone to do Anythingï¿½ by David J. Lieberman.
This book is filled with many techniques you can use in difficult situations to...
Improve Your Tennis with 2 Subconscious Questions
- Scott Groves
... mind accepts whatever is delivered to it. It has no ability to reject ideas or information. What you think and say becomes the programming from which your subconscious operates from. It runs on the fuel YOU give it.
One challenge though
Too often the subconscious receives awful...
5 Notions That Americans Should Put Out To Pasture
- Rev Michael Bresciani
... always require that the brain be fully engaged. Some people call this, the common wisdom of the day. This particular kind of wisdom is rarely examined for truth or any other useful quality. It is commonly accepted because it is so commonly heard. It is much like an unpaid commercial that we...
- Leilani Mairet
... and heridatary factors.
Many poeple with panic disorder also suffer from some form of anxiety, anxiety disorder, and some develop social agorophobia. Agorophobia is when the person fears going into social settings for fear of having a panic attack. Many people with panic disorders will...
Signs of Depression
- Colin P
... a discussion turns to the signs of depression, many people slough off the talk, concluding that they do not have to worry about the signs of depression let alone the disease of depression. In point of fact, a majority of people will experience at least one major depressive episode at...
Dream Interpretation and Types of Dreams
- Larry Quigley
... others. This article will discuss these categories of dreams.
Dream #1 - the Daydream
While not technically a dream, since it takes place while we are awake, researchers are looking into just where the daydream fits on the spectrum of dreaming, and what it can teach us about more...
Water and Sunlight Helps to Clear Acne
- Keith Londrie
... water every day. If you are not drinking this amount, just start increasing the amount that you do drink until you are at this level.
Drinking water helps you get rid of toxins in the blood. By drinking water, you will urinate more and more toxins will be eliminated. The cleaner your blood...
What is meditation - how to meditate
- Knut Holt
... others require guidance by a qualified meditation teacher.
WHAT IS MEDITATION
Most techniques called meditation include these components:
1. You sit or lie in a relaxed position.
2. You breathe regularly. You breathe in deep enough to get enough oxygen. When
you breathe out, you...
Is Psychology a Science?
- Sam Vaknin
... or introduce new data, new variables, a new classification, or new organizing principles. They incorporate the problem in a larger body of knowledge, or in a conjecture ("solution"). They explain why we thought we had an issue on our hands - and how it can be avoided, vitiated, or...
Seven Tips in Planning a Fulfilling Holiday Experience
- David Gruder
... have in the present for ourselves, and those we love. This article reveals practical strategies for creating a more fulfilling and less stressful holiday experience, no matter which holiday it happens to be: religious or cultural, or personal celebrations such as birthdays and anniversaries of...
Getting Through The Day When Your Anxieties Are Out Of Control
- Stan Popovich
... that you need. Until you can meet with someone, what can you do in the meantime to cope with your fears?
The first step is to take a deep breathe and try to find something to do to get your mind off of the problem. A person could take a walk, listen to some music, read the newspaper, watch...
The Powerful Secret to A Loving Relationship
- Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
... if they have common values around religion or spirituality, around politics, the environment, abortion, and personal growth. It helps if they both eat junk food or both eat organic food. It makes things easier if both are neat or both are messy, if both are on time people or both are late people....
Set Your Psychological Default Mode On Success
- Eve Delunas, Ph.D.
... when we need him most. We lose our most important account without warning. No matter how hard we try to control life's circumstances, these unforeseen difficulties sneak up on us just when everything seems to be going smoothly.
Your psychological default mode--that is, your typical...
Handbags as a Symbol of Female Power
- Henrietta Timmons
... let's look at handbags from a different perspective.The press of England has spent time and effort speculating and commenting on ex-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's handbag. To quote "The Times" in June, 1982 written by Julian Critchley, "She...tends to believe the worst of the Foreign and...
IF YOU COMPARE, BEWARE
- Pauline Wallin, Ph.D.
... his own. Suddenly Johnny is no longer satisfied with what he got. He starts to pout and complain, and may even resort to throwing his cake on the floor. Sound familiar? If you didn't have this experience growing up, you have surely observed it in others. And it's not only kids who engage in...
Can You be an Optimistic Realist?
- Susan Dunn
... world? And todays world may mean to you that office you work in thats so hopelessly understaffed and disorganized, or your inept boss, or terrorism, starvation and violence in the world, your personal inadequacies for facing your personal challenges, the lack of help around the house,...