MICROAGGRESSIONS, SENSITIVITY, AND AMERICAN OVERINDULGENCE
For several weeks, there has been a discussion across the pond about two phenomena brought to the forefront by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt. In
THE CHARM OF PSYCHOPATHS – 5 WAYS TO NOT FALL FOR IT
When we think of mental disorders, we often imagine a person bound in a straitjacket wildly thrashing in a room with reinforced walls. However, this
How We Communicate or: Why We Actually Have Four Ears
Does it seem a bit anatomically inaccurate to you? Perhaps. However, below you will read that we actually have more of those psychological ears than
Relationships & S*X
HOW TO FALL IN LOVE AND HOW NOT TO FALL IN LOVE?
The ability to fall in love and being in love is one of the most beautiful states in human life. It makes the world seem
Family and upbriding
SHAME AND GUILT – WHAT DO THEY DO TO US?
Guilt, which carries with it the motivation to improve behavior in the future, can have a developmental aspect. Shame, on the other hand, is an
DEPRESSION IN CHILDREN – CAUSES AND SYMPTOMS. HOW TO HELP A CHILD WITH DEPRESSION?
Depression is one of the most commonly diagnosed mood disorders. Long-term depression, loss of the ability to be happy, and a range of other typical
AGGRESSION IN THE FAMILY
Aggression in the family is never good or desirable. It is always a disruption of normal family functioning and represents a threat to family life.