The category of psychology referes to works about the study of the mind, occurring partly via the study of behavior. Grounded in scientific method, psychology has the immediate goal of understanding individuals and groups by both establishing general principles and researching specific cases, and for many, it ultimately aims to benefit society. In this field, a professional practitioner or researcher is called a psychologist, and can be classified as a social, behavioral, or cognitive scientist. Psychologists attempt to understand the role of mental functions in individual and social behavior, while also exploring the physiological and neurobiological processes that underlie certain cognitive functions and behaviors.
Most people are scared by the idea of dying and/or are confused about the destiny of their dear ones that may have recently passed beyond:
What happens after death?
Is passing over dreadful?
Do we lose our relatives forever?
Death is covered by mystery in common knowledge. We often hear that "nobody returned to tell us what there is beyond".
Fortunately, this is not true: today we have plenty of information derived from different sources, ...
The grand harvest of testimony and dossiers of studies about death does no longer leave any doubt about passing, while the reports of sensitives offer many interesting illustrations about life in the beyond.
Today we have plenty of information derived from different sources, to shed a lot of light on this subject.
Those who love and assist a dying person should avoid any dramatic behaviour, that can produce attachment to the subject: this would make him mo...
Over the years, I've been a bouncing board for so many people, have deeply thought about my own life and and why we do the things we do. And so I thought I'd write a little about how I dealt with things, and what I thought the best way forward was.
This is a little collection of anecdotes on all the various emotions I had to deal with. Most end with a little lesson on how to move forward. Its very light and everything is independent of each other, so pick what you lik...
Gaslighting is a form of relationship abuse that causes severe trauma, Complex PTSD, and trauma bonding of a victim to her abuser. The isolation and low self-worth that is caused by gaslighting can cause a sufferer to commit homicide or suicide. Gaslighting is a very serious problem with the narcissism epidemic on the rise. Women must be educated on this serious form of abuse before they become sufferers of trauma bonding and Battered Woman Syndrome. BWS can cause a ...
Your self-absorbed partner may be gas-lighting and manipulating you. He may cycle between love-bombing and distancing himself from you. He seems to be a nice guy to your face sometimes, but then you find out that he is talking bad about you to others. He seems to triangulate you with other women or family members in order to make you jealous and boost his own ego.
Does he talk you in circles when you confront him about his whereabouts when he is running late? Does he t...
Crush OCPD helps a couple to navigate through the difficulties that are common with Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder. Rigidity, critical nature and criticism are hallmark traits of OCPD. Many people suffer for years in a marriage in which their partner is difficult to deal with. This ebook (and others in the J.B. Snow collection - available on iTunes, Amazon and Audible) are crucial in helping the OCPD person's partner understand and respond appropriately to their condition.
Included in the book is an amazing 4-step cycle to unlock your potential.
You will learn tools to think smart and take control of your life, discover yourself- realize your values and beliefs, motivate yourself to meet your goals, and solve all of those problems that get in the way. You will learn how to create happiness in your life instead of spending many years trying to pursue it.
What does it mean to have a successful life? A successful life is where you
become happy with your current situation and are proud of the decisions
that got you there. If a certain aspect of your life is exactly where you want it to be, then you have succeeded.
Everyone has an image, or a set of standards, in their mind on how their
lives should be. In other words, you have an image on how your body
should look or how your career should look. When y...
You know you have a porn problem but you can't seem to find the motivation to deal with it. This book can help you move from contemplation to action. Over 300 questions to reflect on, bringing you face-to-face with the consequences of your porn viewing.
This book is a a companion to Porn Escape: Confidently Walk Away from the Prison of Pornography, by the same author.
The object is this book is to provide you with the motivation you need to completely eradicate every last vestige of pornography usage from your life. What you’re about to embark on is not an easy undertaking. Porn is not a game. Porn is an evil, lethal enemy to be battled relentlessly and ruthlessly until it’s completely exterminated. This is not a walk in the park: it’s WAR!
In Porn Escape: Confidently Walk Free from the Prison of Pornography, I presented a practic...
Smoking harms nearly every organ in the body, including the heart, blood vessels, lungs, eyes, mouth, reproductive organs, bones, bladder, and digestive organs.
The most common reason current smokers give for not quitting is lack of will-power.
This up and down cycle repeats over and over, leading to addiction. Addiction keeps people smoking even when they want to quit. Breaking addiction is harder for some people than others. Many people need more than one try in or...
Like a good psychotherapy session, WHO ARE YOU? poses essential questions - about the psychology of human behavior, politics, science, metaphysics, and the mysteries of God - without imposing dogmatic answers. It can be used as a meditation companion, a catalyst for group discussion, a personal mirror for honest glimpses at the soul and tool for self-growth.
In Zen circles it is often said that a teacher’s finger, pointing at the moon, should not be confused with the moon itself. The implication is that no lesson on Truth, no matter how profound, could ever be a suitable substitute for Truth itself. Zen is a tradition that prioritizes personal experience above all else – hence, the emphasis on meditation as a teacher par excellence. As such, students are cautioned to be wary of lessons taught by another, regardless of how...
Cindee Grace has written a treasure trove of healing wisdom, inventive, user-friendly technique and mind-body-spirit methodology for people wrestling with posttraumatic stress and dissociative identity. An intimately written insider’s healing memoir, as well as a brainy, professionally grounded self-help manual, this book will be a godsend to scores of survivors of even the worst kinds of trauma and abuse.
Belleruth Naparstek, LISW
author of Invisible Heroes: Survivors...
Congratulations on your courage to open this book! No matter when you were diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), you’ll find remarkable information within these pages. You can use it to start feeling better today – as I have done.
Not sure you have PTSD or DID? Please read this entire chapter. It has definitions for PTSD/DID – and much more. Then decide if you’d like to read further.
Over the past 20 years, Luca Bosurgi has developed a new way looking at the reasons and solutions for anxiety, depression and addiction. Instead of writing a dry text book explaining his work, he has put the information into story form about a young man named Liam, who is trying to find meaning in his life - he feels caught in an endless cycle where depression and alcohol are holding him back and creating despair. When he meets Luca he learns the cause of his miseries - ...
O trabalho explora os significados do trabalho informacional. Partindo do estatuto
conquistado pelo trabalho na sociedade salarial, como fator de identificação pessoal e de
coesão social, são analisadas as transformações observadas no mercado laboral e na economia
mundial. As metamorfoses são percebidas a partir do prisma da reestruturação produtiva e da
consequente precarização laboral. A revolução das tecnologias da informação e comunicação
é tratada a partir da c...
The fundamental assumptions underlying the modern study of psychopathology examined.
Psychopathy is truly capturing the essence of "something wicked this way comes." The damage to victims/targets exists as palpable and affects humanity with the quiet spread like ripples in a pond.
"The meek shall inherit the earth...make sure it's not the dirt."
Psychopathology as the outcome of problems in early childhood development.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) and relationships with abusive narcissists and psychopaths - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), journal entries, excerpts from the archives of the Narcissism List.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) and relationships with abusive narcissists and psychopaths: the point of view and lessons of the victims.
The effects on victims and survivors of traumatic experiences, long-term and repeated abuse, and torture. Includes in-depth profile of the Narcissistic Abuser and hundreds of links to literature and resources.
Sex is dead and so is monogamous marriage. What will replace them? Read about alternative lifestyles (such as swinging), sexual preferences (such as bi- and homosexuality), sexual paraphilias (such as incest, fetishism, and pedophilia), and the role of malignant narcissism in the disintegration of relationships between men and women.
If you take a look at the world we live in, most people have a completely backwards approach to pursuing happiness.
We’re generally raised with the idea: “If you work hard at something, you’ll be successful, and then you can be happy”.
But when you think like that, you’ll notice that as soon as you reach a goal, another one will take it’s place. And then another. Like the horizon, our goals keep shifting and moving just out of reach. And with that, our happiness.
"... And be aware of your conditioning and society's effect on your thinking. Try giving yourself some unconditional self-acceptance, give yourself a break from the inner critic by, paradoxically, not struggling with anything. We put so much pressure on ourselves to be some notion of a perfect person that we are never actually able to be ourselves and enjoy our life. And remember – it's not a rehearsal – this is the real thing. Each moment is a new choice to love it or resent it."