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25 Most Recent Psychology Articles

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Staying Happy in Hopeless Situations by William Cottringer
Sooner or later we all get confronted with hopeless situations. Maintaining happiness is not easy during these times but it can be done with a little ...
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Sticks & Stones Can Break My Bones But Names Can Really Hurt Me! by Victor Pryles
This article looks at our propensity to 'name' our experiences, thus shutting off a vital creative outlet....
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Storm Brews Over Georgia’s Mental Health Hospitals – June 2008 by Deborah Clark Ebel
At the State level all over, mental health care has problems. Now Georgia's governor has been put on notice!...
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Storm Phobias by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
We all have fears. Mine just happens to be of storms......
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Study Finds Link Between Bush Supporters and Mental Illness by Mel Hathorn
Although the following article may infuriate some and others may see it as a joke, it is no joke. Recent research suggests that there is a link betwee...
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Success Diet by William Cottringer
Success is some things you do and don't do and what you get from doing or not doing those things....
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SUCCESS DIET: Being A Day Early And A Dollar Ahead by William Cottringer
A very basic challenge we all have to solve in life to be happy and successful is the paradox of how we can have our cake and eat it too--reconciling ...
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Suicide by Shezray Faisal
How i see suicide....
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Sword Play by carol weyler
the balance of good and evil; both will always polarize the cause and effect, of each....
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Table of Contents to Gibbs Williams' Coincidence Book by Gibbs Williams
Demystifying Meaningful Coincidences(Synchronicities): The Evolving Self, The Personal Unconscious, and The Creative Process ...
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Taking risks: Using Immagination and Silliness! by Jerry Aragon Ph.D (Phunny humor Doctor)
Professionals tell us, that it is healthy for all of us to have a good belly-laugh, over some of the silly and crazy things we all do. With no except...
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Teen Depression - Reasons and Solution by Christina Sponias
We live in a world where a suicide happens every 40 seconds and most of the population suffers from neurosis and depression. Our progress didn't help...
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Ten New Realities (You Can't Live Without) by William Cottringer
This article discusses ten new realities worth considering in your personal and spiritual growth journey...
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TEN SURE WAYS TO SUCCEED IN THE WORKPLACE by William Cottringer
Here are ten sure, easy-to-apply tips to increase workplace success and satisfaction....
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Ten Thoughts Worth Thinking by William Cottringer
Here are ten thoughts worth considering....
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Tennis and Some Memories by Aubrey Hammack
Revisiting memories with a friend....
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Terapéutica de la Reconciliación Conyugal by Maria Cristina Azcona
I´m a family therapist ...
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That Inner Knowing by Tina Tessina
Intuition is not as magical or mysterious as it sounds. It's a mental tool that uses our perception of things that may not be obvious otherwise, such ...
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The 20-80 Problem by William Cottringer
A big problem is the world's imbalance; the solution starts within....
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The Age of Deception by Ann Diamond
Something strange happened to me recently when I got involved in a discussion on a Yahoo message board about Bush's plan to spread the "war on terrori...
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The Aging Narcissist by Sam Vaknin
"Old" is commonly thought of as an adjective which bundles together objective physical and mental changes (for the worse); growing dysfunctions in a v...
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The Allusion of Illusion: Minature Highchair by William Cottringer
The biggest illusion of all is our over-certainty of our particular version of reality....
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The Angel of Luxury and Sadness by Ian Irvine (Hobson)
The publisher of 'The Angel of Luxury and Sadness (Vol 1)' (i.e. Amazon/Booksurge) - my non-fiction study of 'chronic ennui' 'alienation' etc. i...
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The art of effective communication and listening by Niki Collins-Queen
Reflective listening and I-messages are the keys to effective communication....
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The Artificial Heart by Cheril Goodrich
The original purpose of the heart is not the one that has been assigned by physical science. There is much more at stake than this....
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The Atheist Gambler by Terry Scerine
What is the truth about God and our existence? Is the truth whatever we feel like believing, or is there in fact one real and absolute truth that appl...
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The Ballad of the Adopted Child -- Part I by Jeanne Drouillard
Some adopted children develop RAD (Reactive Attachment Disorder) and they have more trouble than others adjusting to their new environment. Understand...
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The Ballad of the Adopted Child -- Part II by Jeanne Drouillard
NOTE: If you'd like to discuss or get guidance in dealing with the special problems that some adoptive children have, feel free to contact me through...
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The Billy Henderson TV Interview #1 by Aubrey Hammack
This article deals with the death of Coach Billy Henderson's son, Brad....
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The Bodies Seven Energy Centers by Niki Collins-Queen
The bodies seven energy centers or chakras map our journey through life. ...
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The Chicken or the Egg: Perspectives on the Attachment/Detachment Cycle by Vicky Jeter
I have lived, studied, meditated on, and worked with the contents here-in from the time of my conception. The inspiration for this article now is a p...
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The Cider House Rules by Vicky Jeter
Written for the Association for Pre and Perinatal Psychology Newsletter...
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The Cold Gray Skies of December by Aubrey Hammack
Looking back over 2010...
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The Common Denominator by William Cottringer
Life involves the basic game between creating chaos and restoring order. We all participate....
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The Concept of Dead Orgone in Reichian Psychology by Ian Irvine (Hobson)
One of the most terrifying concepts in all psychology was developed by Wilhelm Reich around the middle of the last century: 'Dead Orgone' (the anti-...
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The Concept of Education, Prevention and Treatment by Jeff Landau
The link above will download a PDF version of this previously desktop published article (limited edition) "Education Prevention and Treatment". Open w...
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The Dangers of Temptation and Peer-Pressure! by Jerry Aragon Ph.D (Phunny humor Doctor)
No...this article is not concerned with temptation in a religious matter. I'll leave that to someone else. This temptation is concerned with ordina...
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The Dialogue of Dreams by Sam Vaknin
Dreams are by far the most mysterious phenomenon in mental life. On the face of it, dreaming is a colossal waste of energy and psychic resources. ...
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The difference between men and women ....or: What is love? by Amira van Kerk
Does love exist?...
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The Difficulty of Applying Life's Greatest Secret by William Cottringer
Life has one great yet simple secret, but being able to apply it is where all the simplicity ends....
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The Difficulty of Breaking Addictions by William Cottringer
Addictions are powerful, complicated and often impervious to undoing. This article helps with providing a better understanding of the nature of addict...
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The Emotional Pro: An Interview with Ilene Dillon by Shelly Rachanow
If Women Ran the World, Sh*t Would Get Done and What Would You Do If YOU Ran the World? author Shelly Rachanow interviews the Emotional Pro, Ilene Dil...
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The Enemy Within by William Cottringer
Success in life depends upon being two ways in the right order: Accepting self and others first and then encouraging growth and improvement. A big par...
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The Energies That Drive Success by William Cottringer
Highly successful people show high levels of three different types of energy--physical, emotional and mental energy. Negative emotionality can be prom...
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The Enneagram: An Ancient Tool for Understanding Yourself and Others by Niki Collins-Queen
The star-shaped Enneagram groups human emotion and behavior both negative and positive into nine personality types. Each of the personality patterns h...
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The Eventual Gift of ADHD by William Cottringer
ADHD is both a curse and a gift. Unfortunately it takes awhile for the gift to emerge. ...
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The Freedom To Talk (with exercises), from InnerRESOURCES 8 Ideas by Jeff Landau
Many of the solutions to our problems involve talking and communicating. It is therefore very important to give some thought to the talking climate we...
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The Full Nest by Aubrey Hammack
Article deals with children not leaving home...
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The Gift by William Cottringer
Free will can be a problem which keeps you in a survival mode or an opportunity to explode into your infinite potential as a human being. The choice h...
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The Gift and the Curse of Being a Highly Sensitive Person or (HSP) by Niki Collins-Queen
About 20% of the population are overwhelmed in highly stimulating environments where there is a lot of noise, bright lights and crowds....
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