Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

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Psychology

Explainer: what is positive psychology and how can you use it for yourself?

Many people have probably heard the term “positive psychology”, but know little about what it means in practice. Positive psychology aims to find ways to …

Loud People Are The Most Insecure Ones, Psychology Says

There’s always that one person in the crowd or in our group at work or in college who is the life of the party. They talk and laugh so loudly that the …

Why Massage Is Therapy For Me – 4 Hats and Frugal

I don’t like to be touched. This is something that I have struggled with all of my life, or so it seems. There are many reasons why this may be, and I leave …

The psychology of the to-do list – why your brain loves ordered tasks | Life and style | The Guardian

Almost everyone struggles with getting stuff done. But some of us struggle with the stage before that: just figuring out what it is we need to do. The to-do …

The Complex Psychology of Why People Like Things

In the time of the Facebook thumbs up, what does it mean to “like” something? What is it that makes humans decide they prefer one thing over another, so …

The Remarkable Power of Momentum: Using It to Change Your Life One Small Step at a Time | World of Psychology

The Remarkable Power of Momentum: Using It to Change Your Life One Small Step at a Time By Beth Kurland, Ph.D. ~ 3 min read I’ve always been thrilled by the …

Suicide & Losing Someone – psychology, ptsd and depression with Kati Morton – Best Depression Solutions

    *** how to deal with someone in a depression *** As a therapist who is talking about psychology & mental health on youtube; coping with …

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