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Using Cognitive Therapy to Manage Your Anger

Cognitive Psychology

by Western Using Cognitive Therapy to Manage Your Anger Anger is a normal emotion that everybody has to deal with at one time or another. For example, rage is often the typical response if you’re the recipient of an insult, an unjust criticism, or a hurtful comment. It’s good to vent your anger. If you keep it bottled up, over time it can cause health issues like hypertension or heart disease. But there’s a right way and a wrong way to lose your temper. If your rage is making you abusive, either verbally or physically, it’s time to find a way to control the problem.A popular way of dealing with anger management issues is through cognitive therapy. A trained therapist can help you to…. Click Here to Read More


Yoga Practice and Positive Psychology: Positive Group Affiliation

psychology of Physical Illness

by Internet Archive Book Images Yoga Practice and Positive Psychology: Positive Group Affiliation The combination of a regular Yoga practice, with the incorporation of positive psychology principles, can have a profoundly uplifting effect on a Yoga practitioner. Many of us struggle with low self-esteem, self-doubt, anxiety, and even a significant amount of depression. Positive psychologists approach a sense of malaise and mental duress from a positive perspective. Instead of focusing on the cause of anxiety, low self-esteem, and even mental illness, positive psychologists focus on each individual’s personal talents, skills, aptitudes and intelligence. By focusing on an individual’s…. Click Here to Read More


Psychology Continuing Education: Beyond Graduation

Education Psychology

by Sidneiensis Psychology Continuing Education: Beyond Graduation For a psychologist, the learning doesn’t stop when you walk away with the degree in hand. In fact, in any field of science, learning is a lifetime experience. Not only because there is such a wealth of knowledge already out there, but also because new research changes the game on an every-day basis. When it comes to psychology, continuing education is more than a requirement for continued licensing; it is a necessity to be the best possible practitioner and therapist you can be.In psychology, continuing education is often best applied by doing in on a regular basis. Never stop learning, a wise man once said. And that…. Click Here to Read More


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The Golf Secrets the Golf Equipment Industry Does Not Want You to Hear

Industrial Psychology

by United Nations Industrial Development Organization The Golf Secrets the Golf Equipment Industry Does Not Want You to Hear When people write about the top professionals, they tend to talk about the externally visible aspect of their game – their swing technique. Those same writers rarely tell you about the golf mind secrets of those professionals.So what about Jack Nicklaus and 90% of golf in the mind?When I started out in golf in the late 60’s I recall hearing Jack Nicklaus talk on TV about golf being 90% in the mind. However, when I eagerly read his first book, The Greatest Game of All published in 1969, I found very little information about golf psychology. In fact, two thirds…. Click Here to Read More


Psychological Warfare in the Plays of Harold Pinter

Philosophy of Psychology

by h.koppdelaney Psychological Warfare in the Plays of Harold Pinter Dialogue between characters in Pinter’s plays can often seem enigmatic, and its purpose obscure, but it becomes less so when we realise that as often as not a battle is taking place between the characters, and that identifiable strategies are being employed. I would like to consider some of those battles, particularly in The Caretaker, The Homecoming, Old Times, and No Man’s Land, in the light of Pinter’s short story The Examination, which depicts an archetypal Pinter battle.The ExaminationFrom a reading of The Examination I suggest that the person wishing to gain and maintain a dominant position must:1) Ensure…. Click Here to Read More


Panic Disorder Treatment – Looking Into Cognitive Therapy

Cognitive Psychology

by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML Panic Disorder Treatment – Looking Into Cognitive Therapy Are you currently suffering from panic disorder? Experiencing a racing heart rate, sweaty palms, and even fear? You need to first realize that you are not alone… Thousands of people suffer from panic attacks every day. When most people start experiencing panic attack symptoms they look to their primary care physician for help with panic disorder treatment. There doctor will then prescribe them some medication and may or may not ask the patient to consider going to therapy to explore the underlying reason you are experiencing the panic attacks.What many people don’t realize about these…. Click Here to Read More


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Solid Evidence That You Can See the Future Lotto Numbers

Parapsychology

by Internet Archive Book Images Solid Evidence That You Can See the Future Lotto Numbers The criterion I use to verify myself for all what I affirm and do, is the criterion of experimentation, observation and acid test. All what I pretend here is factually significant for you if, and only if, you are ready to verify me. For that you should to know what observations I collected, under what conditions and in what form I worked. To make my position clearer, only if you are ready to experience what I have experienced, then you have a right to accept or reject my statements. If you choose an another option, then please listen to me and believe me. I know what I am talking about. You can…. Click Here to Read More


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Drug Abuse and Mental Illness

Mental Illness

by Darron Birgenheier Drug Abuse and Mental Illness There is a very unique term called comorbidity and this is a term that is used to describe a situation where an individual is suffering from two or more mental illnesses at the same time. These can happen together or they can happen one after another. Either way, they can feed off of each other and they may actually make each other worse from time to time.At times a person who is dealing with a drug abuse problem may be suffering from another mental illness at the same time. This can be contributed to the fact that drug and alcohol abuse can really effect the way that a persons brain works. It can cause thinking to be changed and…. Click Here to Read More


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Body and Soul: Psychological Reasons for Obesity

Medicine Psychology

by Internet Archive Book Images Body and Soul: Psychological Reasons for Obesity Miraculous diets can help you to lose weight… for some time. After one month of painful sacrifice you finally unlock the fridge and fill it up with all the yummy groceries you used to enjoy before. You are back in your routine, back in your habits – and back on your unwanted weight. The idea of staying on such a diet forever to keep your body in preferred shape is obviously freaky. You don’t want to eat what someone else orders you to eat. You want to eat what YOUR body asks for. It’s pretty natural. Therefore the only way how to lose weight with permanent effect would be to teach your body to ask for…. Click Here to Read More


How To Cure Female Infertility

Pathologies

by bc the path How To Cure Female Infertility Infertility is a serious condition that prevents partners from having children. Reproduction is a basic function of any living being and the lack of it engenders feelings of inadequacy among us sentient humans. Infertility can manifest in both males and females due to various causes. This article discusses how to cure female infertility.Determining the cause and factors is the first step in how to cure female infertility. There are many causes of female infertility. They can be physical, like hormonal imbalance caused by obesity and malnutrition. Advanced age is also a major physical factor in the decline of fertility in a female. Often,…. Click Here to Read More


The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden: Understanding the Wounded Feeling Function in Masculine and Feminine Psychology

The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden: Understanding the Wounded Feeling Function in Masculine and Feminine Psychology

The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden: Understanding the Wounded Feeling Function in Masculine and Feminine Psychology It is very dangerous when a wound is so common in a culture that hardly anyone knows there is a problem. Such is the case right now with our wounded feeling function- our inability to find joy, worth, and meaning in life. Robert A. Johnson, the celebrated author of ‘He, She’, and ‘We’, revisits two medieval tales and illuminates how this feeling function has become a casualty of our modern times.Johnson tells the story of the Wounded Fisher King from the Grail Myth to illustrate the anxiety and loneliness that plague men. From the folktale of the Handless Maiden, he…. Click Here to Read More


Psychology of Colors Marketing

Industrial Psychology

by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML Psychology of Colors Marketing From across a crowded room your eye catches a flash of hot pink. A smile eases its way across your face and you carefully weave your way through the crowd. Something about that flash of color beckoned you with an irresistible magnetism. You were compelled to learn more about its origin. The irresistible mystery of that flash or color inspired you to investigate.Colors speak to us on a subliminal level as well as overt appeal. What do your colors say about you? Your marketing colors speak volumes about your quality, your product and your personality. Colors, logo and succinct well chosen words in your web site banner or…. Click Here to Read More