Books of the Month: February 2018

Whether they tell thrilling stories, funny adventures or mysterious novels, books are the perfect way to escape into a world of fantasy and emotions.

Since February is considered the month of love, I thought that it would be great to indulge in romantic novels, with twisted plots and happy endings written with passion by classic and contemporary writers.

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Cleanse Your Soul Through Forgiveness & Love

Sometimes forgiving somebody can be difficult, especially when those who hurt you are precisely those you love, trust or helped the most. Disappointment, confusion, anger or sadness can be experienced all at once when we are hurt.

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Romantic Jealousy: Understand It and Heal Yourself from It

In the evolutionary psychology, jealousy represented a survival mechanism that aimed to protect a group or a couple from potential intruders. Thus, looking from an extensive perspective, psychologists claim that jealousy was generated by reproductive challenges. More specifically, males were facing paternal insecurity if they were suspecting their mate of infidelity. Females’ insecurity, on the other hand, was caused by emotional aspects, worrying that their partner may develop emotional attachment with other females, which could have diverted all the reserved resources and affection for their children, towards somebody else.

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5 Tips To Support Baby’s Brain Development

Brain development begins shortly after conception and continues throughout adolescence and it does not stop there, because as new neuroscience studies show, the brain grows constantly, even in young adulthood.

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5 Reasons Why Introverts Make Great Spouses

The success of a relationship is often determined by the compatibility between two partners, which in return is influenced by their personality type.

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Famous January Psychologists: Carl Rogers

Born on the 8th of January 1902 in Oak Park, Illinois, Carl was the fourth of the six children of the Rogers family. The father was a successful engineer and the mother was a housewife and a devoted Christian. Receiving a strict and religious education, Carl became an independent and self-disciplined young adult.

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Books of The Month: January 2018

The arrival of the new year brings new hopes and promises. Some of us may have experienced the best moments and look forward to a greater year, while others may have trudged from one challenge to another and they see the new year like a chapter in the book of their lives, wishing for better stories!

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Famous December Psychologists: Albert Bandura

Psychology has reached its success and popularity today thanks to the brilliant minds that have scrupulously researched human behavior and contributed to our understanding of the influential factors on our thinking, emotions, and behaviors. Without such in-depth research into the workings of the mind, we would have had a lesser understanding of the influence and importance of childhood experiences on the development of adult behavior, and the effectiveness of counseling as an aid to recovery in cases of mental disorders including depression.

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7 Traits of Intelligent People

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life thinking that it is stupid”-Albert Einstein. 

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In the Mind of a Procrastinator

Inspired by the TED speech of Tim Urban, the purpose of this article is to discuss a few of the characteristics of procrastinators.

We may think that they are only a small group of individuals who may lack the motivation to complete their tasks, when, in fact, each one of us has been or is a procrastinator. It is a familiar and a common avoidance of completing or achieving our goals.

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