Having a chronic illness effects day to day living, but it also impacts decisions we make in our life. These life altering choices that we have to make because illness sometimes robs us of an opportunity, and we are unable to experience things to the fullest extent. This is not a “feel sorry for me” video at all. I am just saying that there are times when, as much as I want to have a full experience, I can’t fully enjoy it because my illness tends to dominate over everything else, and my road to recovery often is interrupted by setbacks that profoundly effect my life. It’s the way it is. But I just can’t help wanting to know what it’s like to have it all BUT I think I appreciate more of what I have because of it. So, it’s double edged, Good and Bad. Do any of you feel that way sometimes?? Let me know. No matter what, life can be wonderful. Comment or Message me anytime. GOOD LUCK EVERYBODY! KEEP FIGHTING!! Follow Us on Facebook! The Ulcerative Colitis Vlog www.UCVlog.com www.youtube.com/UCVlog
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Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 110) This is the first of two lectures on social psychology, the study of how we think about ourselves, other people, and social groups. Students will hear about the famous “six degrees of separation” phenomenon and how it illuminates important individual differences in social connectedness. This lecture also reviews a number of important biases that greatly influence how we think of ourselves as well as other people. 00:00 – Chapter 1. Social Psychology and Connections Between People 15:56 – Chapter 2. Aspects of the Self: The Spotlight and Transparency Effects 22:39 – Chapter 3. Aspects of the Self: You’re Terrific! 27:00 – Chapter 4. Aspects of the Self: Cognitive Dissonance 40:00 – Chapter 5. Self and the Other 50:03 – Chapter 6. How We Think About Other People Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2007.
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