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[31 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

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<Anxiety and worry disorders are the most common mental illnesses in the U.S., affecting over 19 million people.>
Worrying is a permanent preoccupation with past or future bad events. Worry can create emotional stress and negative feelings.
There are many different types of worries. They include pessimistic thoughts about what might happen in the future, about what is happening in the present, and about what was happened already in the past.
Helping yourself stop worrying involves a combination of challenging the worrisome thoughts and calming yourself physically and emotionally.
 Important …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[30 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

     It  is  extremely important that people have a good first impression of you.
We all get a first impression of a new person that creates a mental image of his or her personality in our minds. There are some important things to remember that will help you make the best first impression. This article presents the most important common things people can do to make the best first impression possible:

- Be clean. Ensure that you have maintained impeccable standards of personal hygiene whilst avoiding excessive aftershave or perfume, and …

Health, Psychology »

[25 Aug 2013 | 6 Comments | ]

A person with more brainpower has the more chances of success in every competitive field. Your brain is similar to a muscle. Psychologists say that you can grow your mental faculties as much you want. Here are a few tip to improve brain use and overclock your brain:

1. Physical exercise. Physical exercise strengthens your brain. Exercise benefits your brain cells. The blood vessels inside your brain dilate and increase blood flow when you engage in regular exercise. Exercise helps to elimin toxins and allows oxygen and other nutrients to flow …

Life, Psychology »

[24 Aug 2013 | 2 Comments | ]

Dream researchers have discovered some different categories of dreams. These dream categories can be very useful both to people attempting to interpret their own dreams and to professional psychologist and therapists striving to interpret the dreams of others.

Here are several types of dreams:

Precognitive/Prophetic Dreams  These are dreams that predict the future. One rational theory to explain this phenomenon is that our dreaming mind is able to piece together bits of information and observation that we normally overlook or that we do not seriously consider. In other words, our unconscious mind …

Health, Psychology »

[23 Aug 2013 | 9 Comments | ]

     They are myths – falsehoods that are generally believed. Some myths are based on a modicum of accuracy; others originate from misinterpretations or from a demand for a good stable morsel. However, they go to be, they disguise themselves as truths and are passed along without doubt.
Myths about the mind have been particularly hard to debunk since the mind is not amply understood. However, over the previous few decades, scientists have learned much than enough to disgrace a few important mind myths:

Brain Myth #1: We only use 10 percent of …

EGO, Psychology »

[22 Aug 2013 | 10 Comments | ]

We all desire happiness. What does “happiness” mean?
Happiness itself can be defined in many different ways, it may have all kinds of components, it may be a life’s work, or even no work at all, but we are, most of us, in pursuit of this elusive goal.

We experience happiness on four different levels. Each of us makes choices day by day about happiness. The choice will be to make either happiness level 1, 2, 3, or 4 our identity.
 
Happiness Level 1 (laetus) :
Happiness in a thing. This kind of …

Life, Psychology »

[20 Aug 2013 | 3 Comments | ]

“Happiness is an emotion in which one experiences feelings ranging from contentment and satisfaction to bliss and intense joy.” – Wikipedia …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[19 Aug 2013 | 2 Comments | ]

Stress affects every one of us. There can be small stress ors every day like over sleeping, or an extra assignment at work. There are also big stress ors like losing a job, divorce, moving, and death in the family to name a few. If we don’t take care of ourselves during stressful times, we will get sick. Getting sick can be as simple as getting a cold. Stress is linked to heart attacks, cancer, arthritis, chronic fatigue and many more dis-eases. Here …

EGO, Personal Development, Psychology »

[25 Jul 2013 | One Comment | ]

“Emotional Intelligence (EI), often measured as an Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EQ), describes an ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one’s self, of others, and of groups. It is a relatively new area of psychological research. The definition of EI is constantly changing.”   <Wikipedia>

What is “EQ” and how do you measure it?
IQ is a measure of one’s cognitive abilities, and has been quantified and validated by scientists since the first decades of this century. IQ measures spatial and mathematical reasoning, verbal comprehension, information and memory.
To …

Health, Psychology »

[15 Jul 2013 | 7 Comments | ]

Color psychology is concerned with the effects of color on mood, emotion, behavior.
Colors are not only used for decorations or adding beauty to an object, but they can be used to determine personality traits to affect people’s mood and to effect on other people around you. Each colour is connected to various areas of our body and will affect us differently emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Below is a list of colors analyzed by their psychological effects:
- Red
Associated with: Danger, passion, energy, warmth, adventure and optimism.
Physical: increase blood pressure, increases respiratory rate, …