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  • Hypnosis - How Can I Hypnotize Others?  By : Mark Allan
    Hypnosis is the willingness to follow instructions during a heightened state of suggestibility. You can also think of it as a trance or state of focused concentration.
  • Coaching Mental Illness In The Context Of Marriage Counseling  By : George Purdy
    Demanding as it may be, coaching for mental illness can be a very gratifying undertaking. Those who suffer from depression or other mental illnesses often find it difficult to deal with life situations. Their disheartening feelings will not improve without assistance. Coaching mental illness can greatly benefit such people.
  • Are Anxiety Disorders Hurting Children More Than We Think  By : Robert Allen Byrnes
    Adults believe that kids in general are having the times of their lives as compared to them. They believe that kids have no monetary issues, therefore no problems. Unfortunately, this is not always the case in today's modern world and cases of anxiety disorder in children are on the rise.
  • Recognizing The Signs Of An Anxiety Attack  By : Kerris Samson
    Anxiety disorders are far more common than most people are willing to admit to. So being able to recognize the signs of an anxiety disorder can help some one to treat and beat the condition.
  • Talk Therapy: Effective Treatment for Panic Disorder  By : Monch Bravante
    Recent findings on the significant effect of talk therapy in restricting the usually crippling symptoms of panic disorder was presented to the American Psychiatric Association which is now in the process of revising its guidelines regarding treatment of the said disorder. Using the psychodynamic psychotherapy regimen, the twice-weekly sessions are focused on alleviating the symptoms of panic disorder.
  • The Influence of Gender on Anxiety?  By : Charles T.Winnbaker
    When speaking of the influence of gender on anxiety, many people will immediately hold up their hands and cry foul. Most have had enough of the "men vs. women" debate and clamor for equality on both sides of the issue - women pointing out how their lives are just as stressed as any man's, and men saying that they shouldn't get the short end of the stick because they're expected to be tough.
  • Panic Attacks - How To Cope With The Right Medication  By : Charles T. Winnbaker
    If someone has been diagnosed having a panic attack and it's not a symptom of a possible more serious condition, he/she needs to consider two things: prescription drugs or behavior-cognitive therapy.
  • Why can Psychics Give Better Readings in the Dark?  By : Charlie Reese
    It is a known fact that giving a psychic reading in the dark is a lot easier than giving it in the light. The reason for this is because a clairvoyant psychic will usually give information through their sixth sense. It is what they are visualizing at the time of the psychic reading. A psychic will often close their eyes and focus on one area of your life. They are often given visions and pictures in their mind and they can often translate spiritual messages for you. It's important for you to understand that a psychic reading is supposed to open your eyes to the supernatural.
  • The Cure for Worry And Anxiety is not found at that Bottle  By : Charles T. Winnbaker
    We live in very anxious times, there is no doubt about that. Open the newspaper or tune in to any news channel, and you'll read about something terrible going on - not just on the other side of the globe, but right in your own local area as well.
  • 9 Ways to Help Your Panic Attack  By : Lyle I Richards
    Fear is natural. It protects you by sending warnings about potential dangers and by causing adrenaline to pump into your bloodstream, preparing you to either fight or flee the danger.
  • The Consequence of Working Round-The-Clock  By : Monch Bravante
    Job pressure may lead to stress and anxiety. It can weigh you down or make you feel frustrated and angry. Persistent and unrelenting stress and anxiety can lead to serious health and emotional problems. It is important that you recognize the cause in oder to find a cure.
  • Stress and Anxiety 101: What is Anxiety?  By : Rcon Franchesca
    Anxiety is said to be a normal reaction of the body to stressful and traumatic life events. However, anxiety is no longer considered normal body if it becomes extreme to the point that it already affects a person’s everyday activities and productivity. In line with this, the article defines what is anxiety as well as enumerated and explained the four major factors that can contribute to the development of anxiety disorders.
  • What One Should Know About Anxiety Disorder Treatments  By : Kerris Samson
    There are various different types of anxiety disorder treatments that one can use today. Often the most common kind of treatment that a doctor will use is medication. Yet if one wants, one can consider using natural remedies instead. A doctor who prescribes a patient with medication in order to treat any form of anxiety disorder will normally arrange for their patient to undergo some form of therapy also.
  • Self-Help Tips to Stop Anxiety Attacks  By : Rcon Franchesca
    A side from the expensive treatments that are commonly recommended by doctors and health practitioners to patients suffering from anxiety disorders, there are also non-costly methods that can help stop anxiety attacks. This article enumerates those self-help tips and explains how they can help one cope with extreme conditions of anxiety.
  • Test Anxiety Before Speaking In Public  By : Charles T. Winnbaker
    If you're someone that needs to make a presentation, give a sermon, or for some other reasons do some public speaking, a test for anxiety may be necessary. After all, most people admit that public speaking is their number one fear, even before death and dying.
  • Anger Management Tips - Can You Learn To Control Your Anger?  By : John Anthony
    Anger management tips can create a fundamental difference in the behavior of many. Anger management can best help folks who find it difficult to deal with stress and emotion. Everyone feels anger now and then. Occasionally there are conditions that can cause any individual to feel very angry. Most times the circumstances that make people angry can be avoidable.
  • Would You Like To Understand Anxiety?  By : Paul Forcey
    When you start understanding anxiety you will be able to assist your family members or anyone else you know who suffers with it. Everyone suffers from some level of anxiety and panic at one point or another in their lives and that is perfectly normal. The level of reaction to that initial feeling of panic is where we all differ.
  • Man can not Stand Winning Millions of Dollars  By : Charlie Reese
    Have you ever sat back and asked yourself what it would be like to win a whopping million dollar fortune? What would you do with the money? Would you help a lot of people or start a psychic business? Perhaps you would just retire and travel all over the world with the money. However, one man hated winning his fortune and tells all on an episode of 20/20 that aired on Friday April 6, 2007. Jack Whittaker was the man that won a Powerball lottery jackpot in 2002 for $315,000,000. That is more
  • Stop Anxiety And Panic Attacks Today  By : Daniel V. Evans
    Anxiety attacks are a frightening experience for anybody who has ever had one and the thought of another attack is even more frightening than the first attack.
  • A Few Facts Regarding Anxiety Attack Symptoms  By : Kerris Samson
    Everyone will have experienced anxiety attack symptoms to some degree at some stage of their lives. The most common thing that will produce anxiety attack symptoms and which people relate to is when having to speak in public. Think about the last time you yourself had to make a presentation or a speech to a group of others. Even now just thinking about it, probably starts to make you feel a little anxious.
  • What Can I Do To Help My Son Get Over His Extreme Shyness?  By : Dr. Noel Swanson.
    Q. "I have a 7-year old son who is so shy he will hardly talk to anyone outside of our family. How can I help him?"
  • Improving Yourself Through Self-Hypnosis  By : Robert Thomson
    Getting past the misconceptions people have about how hypnosis works, and how it can help the listener achieve their goals through training the subconscious mind.
  • Are You A Specialist In Addiction Psychology  By : Charlie Reese
    It is far easier to get a psychological degree than a psychiatric one, as you will not need the extensive medical school training required of psychiatrists. However, you will not be able to prescribe medications for your patients. For some psychologists, this is a negative, but to some it is a bonus, as they aren't required to learn about the latest drugs. But drugs now can be prescribed by general practitioners, so you must provide another vitally needed service. Drugs can't do their work without counseling. This is especially true in the specialist field of addiction psychology.
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Extreme Rites of Anxiety  By : Monch Bravante
    Some superstitions and rituals seem harmless and may actually help us to become productive and produce positive results. However, when these rituals are taken to extremes and begin to affect normal daily function, it becomes an anxiety disorder that may lead to obsessive-compulsive disorder.
  • Take Action And Cure Your Anxiety Now  By : Sabrina Martins
    Anxiety cures are getting more and more adepts as our pace of life has noticeably increased these days. However do no think that it is because you speak to your therapist that your anxiety problem will go away. Your therapist does not hold a magic stick and you need to take action.
  • Anxiety Disorder Treatments Exposed  By : Nathalie Lucas
    Anxiety disorder treatments are aplenty. Regardless of what people may think, medication is not the only anxiety disorder treatment available. However, it is one of the most popular ones and patients usually complement it with some kind of therapy, whether it be cognitive behavioral therapy or psychodynamic therapy. Some people also opt for natural remedies such as massage therapy or herbal remedies.
  • First Aid In The Event Of An Anxiety Attack  By : Harvey D. Ong
    Some statistics say that everyone undergoes an anxiety attack at least once in their lifetimes, but they often don't have any idea how to handle it beyond calling the hospital emergency room. The truth is that there are a few things that people can do to help themselves if they experience an attack. There are also some things that other people can do to help someone facing

    an attack.
  • Anxiety Attacks Are Treatable  By : Kathy Nelson
    There are some steps that you should take when considering treatment for an anxiety attack. First find out about the symptoms with a medical professional and make a plan to attack the problem. Only a medical professional can properly diagnose an anxiety attack, and prescribe a treatment for an anxiety attack.
  • The Collective Conscious And Unconscious Of Negativity  By : Kenrick Cleveland..
    "Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity." --Seneca, Roman philosopher, mid-1st century AD
  • How Angry Do You Get About Your Chronic Pain Program?  By : Christine Sutherland
    How angry do you get when your health professional tells you that your chronic pain is "in your head", or that it's your fault for "creating the pain" with your thoughts?
  • Dealing with Depression and Strengthening Self-Esteem  By : Cecilia Artates
    Most people feel bad about themselves from time to time. It is a normal feeling. However, when negative thoughts interfere with daily living, it keeps us from enjoying life. This article provides steps to help improve self-esteem.
  • Learning about Integrative Therapy  By : Amanda Bog
    Integrative therapy is a type of therapy which can be found through many different sources and can work on many different elements of your mind body and soul.
  • 5 Easy Memory Techniques To Improve Your Memory  By : Kathy Barnikel
    Memory can deteriorate as a person grows older, but this is not necessarily the case for everyone. It depends on how you use and exercise your memory through your lifetime. It is also true that there are some people who just have a hard time remembering names, sequences, and figures. These people may even think of this as a problem.
  • How Cults Create an Artificial Personality in their Followers (and how you can do it too).  By : Jack \"JK\" Ellis
    The title seems ominous because it mentions that cults make an effort to change ones personality but in a sense we create artificial personalities all the time. We use one when we are shopping, another when we are dating and one when we are buying a car. They are all a different and useful form or "I/me".
  • Anxiety Does Not Care How Old You Are  By : Kathy Nelson
    Many children have anxiety disorders. Anxiety disorders usually start at a young age effecting children and teens. Anxiety in children can be overlooked because parents can remember certain times in their childhood that had many uncomfortable feelings and also some awkwardness involved.
  • Extreme Happiness Can Damage Your Health  By : AndyS
    Moderately happy people are wealthier — and maybe healthier — than extremely happy individuals, according to a psychologist who has researched happiness for more than two decades and his associates.
  • Visual Represetational Systems: See The Light  By : Kenrick Cleveland..
    In a previous article, I discussed the basics of the VAK (visual, auditory and kinesthetic) representational system and it's value in gaining rapport with an affluent clientle. In this article, I'm going to go more in depth with visual language.
  • Using Mind Control to Create an Addiction  By : Jack \"JK\" Ellis
    With all the paranoia of mind control and how Neuro Linguistic Probramming (NLP) can be (and is) used to "mess with peoples heads" it's high time to pull the cat out of the bag and let people know exactly what is possible. For example, can you create an addiction in someone using Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)?

    Yes, you can.
  • You Can Beat Anxiety  By : Kathy Nelson
    Anxiety can show up when you least expect it. It can be a hard thing to have to deal with for you and your loved ones. Anxiety can interfere with your daily life situations. These are a few ways that can help you beat anxiety.
  • Accelerated Learning Themes And Concepts  By : Kathy Barnikel
    Recent research has generated new conceptions of learning in five distinct areas. New information about human learning has being investigated by psychologists and views of how effective learning proceeds have shifted to focus on students' understanding and application of knowledge and away from the benefits of diligent drill and practice. Accelerated Learning has adopted these practices to change the way in which learning occurs for the better.
  • Treating Anxiety Creatively  By : Cecilia Artates
    Emotional disturbances such as anxiety, stress, and depression are the result of distress on one's own thoughts and emotions. One way to get back in touch or restore peace to a person’s thoughts and emotions is through the use of art. This article is all about art therapy. It provides a person with an opportunity to achieve personal growth through improved self-awareness, and to resolve unresolved emotional conflicts.
  • Conversational Hypnosis Course - Which One Should You Choose?  By : Kerris Samson
    If you are at all interested in learning how to use the power of hypnosis through conversation, then you may well be interested in taking a "conversational hypnosis course". Today you have the choice of either participating in such courses in a more traditional classroom setting or your can do it through a distance learning one. But, which either one you choose they are both a great way for you to learn a new skill.
  • Anxiety Disorder Facts  By : Kathy Nelson
    Sometimes people can feel anxious about their everyday lives and certain events. There are different kinds of anxiety disorders that people can get. Panic disorders are episodes of fear that strike often and sometimes without any warning.
  • Why do People Think Mind Control is "Bad"?  By : Jack \"JK\" Ellis
    Being the beasties that we are we've lived, died and evolved based on what gives us the most control. Control is important, vital to our survival, self image and self esteem. But, in many cases control is an illusion.
  • The Magic And Simplicity Of Building Self-esteem  By : Rick London..
    Self-esteem can do wonders for your self-esteem. I know you probably are going to go back and read that first sentence to make sure I worded it properly.
  • Benefits Of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Training - What You Stand To Gain?  By : Terry Elston
    Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a method that enables us to modify our behavior, feelings or thought problems by means of our trained brain. NLP is a powerful tool to benefit the people who desire to seek self-improvement and growth. Today NLP is being used in business, counseling, building relationship, career development and personality development. NLP is used in groups as well as independently on individuals.
  • I'm Happy, You're Happy... but What Is Happiness?  By : Rick London..
    Recently a friend sent me an email asking me my secret to happiness. It took me by surprise as I didn't have an answer. I can remember a time in my life when my moods would swing, I had depression, but I was treated and do not live with that now. But happy? I wouldn't exactly call it that.
  • You Are Not Alone In Your Anxiety  By : Adam Mahon
    Going to the shopping mall may seem easy to you and me, but for someone who suffers with a social phobia it can quickly become so overwhelming that the trip ruins their whole week. A person who suffers with social anxiety may find the shopping mall to be no problem but they may struggle to eat in a crowded restaurant, different people find different situations cause anxiety.
  • What are Hypnotic Language Patterns?  By : Jack \"JK\" Ellis
    Language can be used in the most helpful and dangerous ways. Language can induce joy or depression. That is the power of hypnotic language patterns.
  • Some Tips On Overcoming Anxiety  By : Rcon Franchesca
    The article is generally about managing or overcoming anxiety disorders. The author explains what anxiety disorders are and their nature. The article also enumerated seven simple tips that can help people suffering from anxiety reduce, manage, and overcome their conditions.
  • Simple Tips On Dealing With Anxiety Attack  By : Rcon Franchesca
    The article is generally about dealing and coping with anxiety. The author aims to guide readers on the best ways to deal with anxiety attack. With this, the author enumerated and expounded eight simple tips on how one can cope and prevent anxiety attacks.
  • Know What Causes Anxiety  By : Rcon Franchesca
    The article generally discusses the factors and causes of anxiety disorders. The author also explains what anxiety disorder is as well as the nature of the causes and factors. The article also enumerates and expounds the five common factors and causes of anxiety disorders.
  • Defending Manipulation  By : Jack \"JK\" Ellis
    In world that values fairness can being manipulative really be a virtue? The one word answer is "YES!" and here is why.
  • Basic Anxiety Information: Understanding its Nature and Treatments  By : Rcon Franchesca
    The article is generally about basic anxiety information. The author explains what anxiety disorder is and its nature. The article also cites some of the symptoms of anxiety, including the emotional and physical indications. The two basic treatments for this type of condition are also cited in the article.
  • How To Overcome Bad Health, Depression And Loneliness - Part 1  By : Chaszey Sandhriel..
    After the holidays the world is fiercely trying to get back to "normal" here in the Bay Area. At least it seems that way. Freeway traffic was stop-and-go already at 6:15 a.m. this morning as I was taking off to go to work at the suicide prevention hotline; where for most people life continues to be anything but normal. While I used to think that the holidays trigger sadness and hopelessness in our callers, it's actually Spring time that is more of a tender time. As Spring emerges so does happiness within the souls of people, colors change, people want to break out from the hibernation stage and go outside; and yet some people fall deeper into a stage of sadness.
  • Taking Control Of Anxiety  By : Abbey Grace Yap
    This article is about overcoming anxiety. It briefly mentions the statistics of anxiety disorder sufferers in the United States and why the numbers just keep growing. The good news is that there are a lot of different options available to battle this condition. And with the help of a little lifestyle change and the willpower to get through this ordeal, sufferers will soon be able to live anxiety-free.
  • Anxiety and the Perfect Anti-Anxiety Treatment  By : Emmanuel Chavez
    The article talks about the development of anxiety disorders, a condition that may hamper development and ruin daily activities. Because of its ill-effects the search for the perfect anti-anxiety treatment became the primary concern of many. St. John's Wort can be used as an alternative medicine for this anxiety disorders.
  • When Letting Go Becomes Difficult  By : Abbey Grace Yap
    This article is about separation anxiety and how it is different from separation anxiety disorder. The former is a normal phase that children go through while growing up. The latter is a more developed form of separation anxiety, it extends up to a person's adult years and may be difficult to deal with without proper help. It is necessary to be informed of the difference of the two conditions to be able to keep track and determine if the normal growth phase has already turned into a psychological nightmare.
  • A Little Phobia Knowledge Goes A Long Way  By : Harvey D. Ong
    People that suffer from a phobia are often ignored, because the physical signs are easily dismissed and the mental signs are not noticeable to the casual observer. A phobia can be just as debilitating as depression or insomnia, often forcing people to take drastic action to avoid being caught in a situation where they might have to face their fear.
  • The Patient and the Unusual Phobia  By : Harvey D. Ong
    Strangeness aside, there are some truly odd and unusual phobias out there in the psychological world, with a few being stranger than even the pop culture phobias that people often hear about. However, even though they're very unusual, they receive the same treatment as more recognizable fears, such as claustrophobia.
  • The Intense and Crawling Facts on Phobia  By : Cecilia Artates
    The article is about basic facts about arachnophobia. Arachnophobia is the fear of spiders that has been shown to cause a debilitating kind of fear. Therapists believe that cases of arachnophobia can be dispelled through proper information before these anxieties about spiders turn into overarching fears.
  • Social Anxiety Disorder: Holiday Spoiler  By : Monch Bravante
    Shyness may range from mild social awkwardness to totally inhibiting social phobia, more commonly known as social anxiety disorder (SAD). By facing their fears and acquiring conversational skills, shy people can eventually overcome their shyness. However, exposure to fearful situations fails to desensitize people with SAD.
  • How To Prevent A Panic Attack  By : Sophia Munoz
    If you have panic disorder, you are probably on edge wondering when the next one is going to hit. When it does, you can experience chest pain, nausea and a terrible sense that you are going to die. For people with this disorder, an anxiety attack can be so terrifying that they will do anything to keep from being in a situation where one can happen. Some people will be so scared that they will stay in their homes, unable to leave. If you have this problem, take comfort in the fact that there is help available. Read on to discover how to prevent a panic attack from happening.
  • Trouble Spotting the Symptoms of Anxiety  By : Harvey D. Ong
    The symptoms of anxiety are very easy to spot, but unfortunately, there are also very easy to ignore, even for experts and professionals. The core of the problem lies in how hard it is for anyone, even a mental health professional, to discern the symptoms of anxiety from the usual signs that someone is afraid or nervous.
  • Mood Disorders Might Be Genetically Linked  By : Harvey D. Ong
    It has been established that bipolar disorder is something that can be inherited, even if the specific genetic trigger has yet to be positively identified. However, some recent evidence has come to implicate other mood disorders as being genetically caused. Further study is needed due to the nature of mood disorders, but the theory is gaining strength.
  • The Hallmark of Performance Anxiety  By : Monch Bravante
    Performance anxiety affects even the most seasoned professional speaker or performer. While some people have the ability and presence of mind to remain cool and composed, most of us are geniuses as far as coming up with all the negative thoughts that may happen before and during a performance.
  • Getting Away From a Bad Companion: Battling Low Self-Esteem  By : Cecilia Artates
    Most people feel bad about themselves from time to time. It is a normal feeling. However, when negative thoughts, interfere with daily living, it keeps us from enjoying life. This article provides steps to help improve self-esteem.
  • Worrying for the Sake of Worrying  By : Harvey D. Ong
    More and more people are experiencing the problem of worrying too much, even though there is no actual reason to do so. This has been pointed out by some as a motivational tool, but experts say that this can cause permanent mental health damage, as well as have effects on a person's physical well-being.
  • Overcoming Separation Anxiety Disorder  By : Rcon Franchesca
    The article is about Separation Anxiety Disorder or SAD. It talks about the symptoms for the said disorder and its difference from the separation anxiety per se. The article also cites and explains the early signs of SAD among children.Treatments for the said disorder are also noted within the article.
  • Denial: The Fabric of Civilization Itself?  By : Harvey D. Ong
    Denial has been a part of the human psyche and social contract for as long as people have figured out they need each other around.However,recent research is starting to show that denial may be significantly more integral to the very nature of society and social relationships that what one might expect.
  • Drugs and Alcohol - Self-Esteem's Downward Spiral  By : Sara Mendez
    There are many forms of drug and alcohol abuse. Some people binge drink while others drink just to get though the day or to cure their hang over from the previous night. Same with drugs, some abuse street drugs while others take excessive amounts of prescription pills but yet feel it is ok to take the prescription pills since they were prescribed. Whatever your choice of addiction is, they have one thing in common, low self esteem.
  • Checking Out Inferiority Complex  By : Cecilia Artates
    An inferiority complex, in the fields of psychology and psychoanalysis, is a feeling that one is inferior to others in some way. It is often unconscious, and is thought to drive afflicted individuals to overcompensate, resulting either in spectacular achievement or extreme antisocial well being.
  • Free Tips on Coping During A Panic Attack  By : Chris T. Crawley
    One of the best ways to deal with a panic attack and one that is actually underestimated stands in your own mental power.
  • Anger Management Skills and Tools for Self-Mastery  By : Dee Cohen
    Just as water flows down easier than up, so do we often find it easier to have a reaction of anger instead of patience or understanding. When things come up with a family member that are tough or at work do you tend to blame them or look at the person with compassion?
  • The Next Damien: Spotting Behavioral Problems In Young Children  By : aseya
    First-time parents, and even ones that have had multiple children, can sometimes be caught unaware that their children are exhibiting signs of a behavioral disorder. Even some medical professionals are guilty of this problem, because the symptoms are not easy to separate from typical childhood
  • Hypochondria: Fearing Something That Does Not Exist  By : Zuske Sagara
    The article talks about a kind of phobia that affects many individuals around the world. Hypochondria or health phobia is a fear of having health ailments that does not exist. People with this ailment feel that they have a severe health condition because of minor symptoms. Like other phobias, this ailment can be treated with therapy and medication.
  • Are Phobias Inherent or Inherited?  By : cas
    Social phobia is one of the most common phobias among men. It is a very exaggerated shyness typified by persistent and strong feelings of anxiety and fear when facing certain social situations. However, there have been continuous debate of whether a phobia is hereditary or not.
  • Empowering Children to Overcome Phobia  By : fris arbes
    This article provides information for parents who have children with phobias. It discusses factors that contribute to getting a phobia, and some phobias that are common among children. Fortunately, this kind of anxiety disorder is treatable with the use of different therapy techniques.
  • Anxiety Problems? Here are Some Tips  By : Steven Ross
    The Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) reports that in the United States alone, over 18% of all adults have anxiety problems. That means over 40 million Americans suffer from anxiety. Another alarming statistic the ADAA has found is 1/3 of the money that goes to healthcare in the US is spent on disorders dealing with anxiety.
  • Persuading Through Embedded Suggestions  By : Kenrick Cleveland..
    "Persuasion is often more effectual than force." -Aesop
  • An Analysis Of Trauma  By : cas
    Over the past few decades, the concept of what is and is not traumatizing has been overhauled and altered. The definition has expanded from the original roots and a better understanding of what does and does not constitute a traumatic experience is now broader and more defined than before.
  • How To Change The Way Your Child Behaves  By : L. Bowlin
    You can now have the solutions to your child's behavior problems.
  • Understanding The Mind Of The Hunter  By : alexis
    The mentality of a stalker can be a complex thing, though there tends to be at least some measure of a discernible pattern behind the behavior. Stalker's minds are complex mix of emotions, perceptions, and mental health issues that make them such dynamic and dangerous individuals. Yet, in some ways, that same mix manages to keep the stalker from being a menace to the general public, with their minds being entirely focused on one person.
  • Irrational Fear? Chill Out!  By : alexis
    A team of scientists is making some progress in their studies about irrational fear. This knowledge can lead to the development of treatments for major medical problems concerning irrational fear. The normal response for dealing with a real threat is either to flee or fight, but when the threat is unreal, just do the opposite.
  • Understanding the Biology of Fear  By : alexis
    Fear is an integral and indispensable component of the human psyche, despite most people seeing it as a negative facet of life. However, very little is understood about the physical triggers and workings of fear, such as what areas of the brain are directly involved. A lot of research has gone into this, with some areas being singled out for being part of the fear response.
  • The Science Behind the Terror  By : fris arbes
    Despite the fact that fear is among the few truly universal aspects of the human psyche, there is very little that we understand about how it works biologically. Research is currently underway to determine the chemical and genetic factors behind fear, with the hope of gaining a better understanding of it and how to help people struggling with phobias.
  • Bullying: The Hazards of Growing Up  By : alexis
    Bullying is a significant problem in schools and is associated with a range of problems, including poor mental health and violent behavior. Being bullied can damage lives. It lowers self-esteem, increases anxiety and can cause serious depression.
  • Abuse: Spotting Signs of Emotional Wear and Tear  By : cathy
    While people tend to psychologically need contact with other human beings to live, there are some relationships that are not worth pursuing because of the damage done to one or the other. There are ways to spot whether someone is in an abusive relationship or not, but it can sometimes come down to being a judgment call if the damage is not physical.
  • When Therapy Becomes Bothersome  By : Zuske Sagara
    Psychotherapy is a method of interpersonal and relational intervention used by psychotherapists in helping people deal with their problems in life. During the process, however, the client usually develops a special bond with the therapist which may be difficult to end due to a lot of different factor discussed in this article.
  • To Fear or Not to Fear  By : mjb
    Despite the fact that fear is regarded as a negative facet of the human psyche, most people subconsciously seek out opportunities to scare themselves silly. According to experts, this is because the mind and the body develops an “appreciation” for the boost given by the various chemicals that the body produces when excited. However, the survival instinct can sometimes override this desire if it does not see the situation as something that could be controlled, to a degree.
  • Bullying And Its Effects  By : cathy
    This article is about bullying and how it can affect kids. Bullying can be classified as direct or indirect. Direct bullying deals more on physical aggression where bullies push, shove, assault or beat their victims to submission. Indirect bullying or social aggression is done by outcasting a person, mocking his personal beliefs, insulting him for his difference or inability. Constant bullying may cause the victim to develop inferiority complex, anxiety, and depression. Bullying does not need to be answered with equal violence. One needs only to think of more ways to avoid getting in a confrontational situation.
  • Parterapi (Couples Therapy) - Working to make marriage work out.  By : Ilan Wolffberg
    Way up at the northern tip of Europe is a little country of 6 million people in which separation and divorce are an everyday experience. In Denmark, most school kids, nearly 1 out of every 5, have two addresses, two telephone numbers and a pocket calendar to keep track of where they sleep and eat.
  • Shifty Eyes and Quick Hands: Kleptomania  By : cas
    Sometimes, the mind forces the body to acquiesce to impulses that it cannot control, such as the case of kleptomania. While a kleptomaniac may be aware of the theft, there are cases when they will not realize such until much later on.Kleptomania is often associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder, but it is actually a form of psychosis and is only rarely connected with OCD.
  • Fanning The Flames: The Mind of a Pyromaniac  By : cas
    The form of psychosis known as pyromania is known for the trademark fascination and obsession patients have with fire. There are several traits that define a pyromaniac, but the primary one is that the fire provides some form of psychological and emotional release from an external or intrla trigger.
  • Staying Firm When Life is Unpredictable  By : fris arbes
    This article talks about how life is unpredictable at times. Certain situations arise in which we have no control of, especially when dealing with accidents, death, and so on. This article aims give importance to friends and family members, for they are the ones whom one can easily go to for help and support. Counseling and therapy is also advised.
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