While on Linkedin.com, I stumbled across an excellent article from Nortwestern.edu, about the psychology behind conspiracy theories. I’ll be posting a link to that article at the end of this post. But first, I couldn’t help but think about the reasons that people create the conspiracy theories in the first place. For instance, I’m sure […]
Somatic Symptom Disorder, previously known as Somatization, is a condition which causes one to unconsciously develop physical symptoms due to psychological distress, sometimes related to an existing physical condition. Typically, the symptoms cannot be explained by another physical or mental condition. In other words, there is no identifiable cause for the symptoms. However, the symptoms are […]
This article discusses the benefits of Lithium Orotate, a mineral supplement required by the body, that, when taken properly with supplementation, can have positive effects on specific conditions. Warning: Lithium Orotate may not be safe to take if you are already on an antidepressant. It could be dangerous, potentially causing Serotonin Syndrome. Discuss all supplementation […]
Rogers is also known for his philosophy regarding “arguments.” He believed one should not argue a point until they completely understood the other person’s point of view. This polite and civil type of argument is known as a Rogerian Argument.
As you can see, personal circumstances and satisfaction with life in general will have an effect on all of your experiences, including your time on Facebook. So how can we truly say that Facebook or the lack thereof will make you happier?
teaching young people how to cope, how to have hope in the midst of trouble, and how to focus on a better future for yourself through mindfulness in schools
Mental illness is a broad generalization of disorders, conditions and sometimes temporary and harmless maladies that face many people at different times in their lives, and sometimes for a lifetime.
Gestalt Therapy utilizes an empty chair to give a client a safe way to express previously unspoken feelings and emotions.