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7 min.
Personality Psychology
Apr 21 2021
Enneagram of Personality – how can one engage in self-care?

The Enneagram of Personality is a helpful way to understand one’s fears, motivations and needs. It is essential to engage in self-care practices, regardless of one’s personality type.

Because each individual has a different way of directing their energy,…

Teodora Iulia Paucean
3 min.
Personality Psychology
Apr 16 2021
The Disappointing Double Standards of Narcissists

Disorders such as narcissism are characterized by a distortion of healthy norms for feeling, thinking and relating. One of the most notable distortions among narcissists is a pervasive set of double standards and paradoxes.

For example, people with narci…

Demi Powell
6 min.
Personality Psychology
Apr 7 2021
On MBTI

I was reviewing a few psychological lectures for my job. One of those became character assessments. The speaker cited the Myers-Briggs test, explaining that, at the same time as properly known the Myers-Briggs test is not regarded as being scientifically …

Alex Jones
2 min.
Personality Psychology
Apr 7 2021
What is The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is one of the foremost widespread temperament tests within the world. It’s based on Carl Jung’s work. Katherine Briggs and her daughter, Isobel Myers, enlarged on Jung’s work and produced the MBTI as we all know it t…

Alex Jones
6 min.
Personality Psychology
Mar 24 2021
Most Common Issues Faced in College

Major college complaints among new college students include mental health issues and physical health concerns. Here are some tips to promote college student health all year long.

The first year of school is tough for everyone and college is no exception.…

Demi Powell
19 min.
Personality Psychology
Mar 15 2021
Katharine Cook Briggs passed down the world's most generally utilized character test.

Odds are you’ve taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator or will. About 2 million individuals a year do. It has gotten the best quality level of mental appraisals, utilized in organizations, government offices, and instructive establishments. En route, it ha…

Jonathan Tayron
5 min.
Personality Psychology
Mar 15 2021
Are you messy? It might mean you are creative and smart.

For busy people, life can sometimes feel like a battle to stave off chaos. The desk overflowing with scraps of paper, coffee cups, plants, and photographs. The kids’ room strewn with toys and drawings. If we could only get everything organized, we think, …

Demi Powell
14 min.
Personality Psychology
Feb 17 2021
This is how we get addicted

Love. We are all addicted to love indeed. Not just the idea, not just the feeling, but the neurochemistry of love. The experience of love favorably changes our neurophysiology in both mind and body. When we experience love, our body produces its own natur…

Demi Powell
5 min.
Personality Psychology
Feb 2 2021
Is it possible to transform your Mind?

Transforming the Mind

Chapter One: Introduction

By Peter Shepherd

‘Transforming the Mind’ is a manual that aims to describe the process of human conditioning and how to achieve an awakening from this imposition. We are born in a body with animal instin…

Demi Powell
1 min.
Personality Psychology
Jan 26 2021
How to deal with Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Narcissist is one of the most effective insults, and in our current, chaotic world it’s seeing a lot of use. As unity becomes more important, what could be more damning than insisting someone only cares about themselves? Even more so, that they only love …

Demi Powell
1 min.
Personality Psychology
Jan 14 2021
Here is how traumatic childhood affects your personality

Recent research demonstrates that traumatic events during childhood can impact psychological development and lead to adult onset psychiatric disorders, yet few have concentrated on the influence of particular kinds of childhood abuse. The observations mad…

Demi Powell
1 min.
Personality Psychology
Feb 12 2018
What are Positive Affirmations?

This definition is still a little ambiguous so to elaborate, basically positive affirmations, what most people mean by them are positive phrases which you repeat to yourself which describe how you want to be.

The theory (we believe it is much more than j…

Joe Garrett
3 min.
Personality Psychology
Dec 7 2017
Self-Affirmation Enhances Performance, Makes Us Receptive to Our Mistakes

Life is about failure as much as it is about success. From the mistakes we make at work or school to our blunders in romantic relationships, we are constantly reminded of how we could be better. By focusing on the important qualities that make us who we a…

Joe Garrett
1 min.
Personality Psychology
Mar 29 2018
Are You Forgetful? This Might Be a Sign of Extraordinary Intelligence, Study Finds

Having a fast or accurate memory recall is certainly something that comes in handy at school when you’re doing something like learning multiplication tables. It can also be useful in the workplace when you’re trying to remember someone’s name.

With that …

Lela Valdez
1 min.
Personality Psychology
Mar 29 2018
This Popular Painkiller Kills Your Feelings of Empathy and Severely Affects Mental Health

Acetaminophen — commonly known as Tylenol in the US and Paracetamol elsewhere — reduces people’s empathy for the pain of others, new research finds.

Acetaminophen is an ingredient in over 600 different medications, including being the main constituent of…

Lela Valdez
1 min.
Personality Psychology
Mar 29 2018
Psychonautics: a model and method for exploring the subjective effects of psychoactive drugs

Effective drug policies need grounding in scientific knowledge of the effects of psychoactive drugs, yet relevant research is scarce – particularly studies of the subjective experience of drug intoxication.

Such research is now increasingly urgent both b…

Pauline Colon
2 min.
Personality Psychology
Mar 29 2018
Reading for At Least 30 Minutes a Day Linked to Extending Life Span Two Years Longer

Past studies have shown that reading books can benefit people in a multitude of ways, physically, mentally, and intellectually. Now in a new study, people who read a book for about 30 minutes a day were found to live approximately 2 years longer than thos…

Phyllis Fields
5 min.
Personality Psychology
Dec 29 2017
The Great Alcohol Deception: Public Health Has Been Lying to Us About Alcohol for Decades

Before answering the question of whether we can trust health advice we must first ask: ‘Which health advice?’ It varies so much over time and between countries. In 1979, the government advised men to drink no more than 56 units of alcohol a week. This was…

Phyllis Fields
Personality Psychology
Mar 29 2018
Everyone Must Watch This! Peanut Butter Test — The Easiest Way To Detect Alzheimer’s.

An estimated 5.2 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease in 2014, and around 500,000 seniors die each year because of it. University of Florida Health researchers have found a quick and inexpensive way to diagnose this disease at an early stage using t…

Whitney Welch
3 min.
Personality Psychology
Jul 21 2017
The Truth About Wearing a Bra and What It Does To Your Health

What is the first thing you do when getting home after work? Most likely, you are taking your bra off. This is because you have spent a number of hours feeling uncomfortable or constrained, especially if you are wearing one of those push-up bras.

Million…

Maria Carter
1 min.
Personality Psychology
Mar 29 2018
What is Armpit Detox and How It Can Prevent Cancer

An armpit detox is a great effective way to detox your body and may help reduce your risk of breast cancer. Did you know that a lot of clinical studies find a disproportionately high number of female breast cancers originating in the upper outer quadrant …

Marguerite Little
3 min.
Personality Psychology
Mar 29 2018
Why Draining Lymph Fluids is Important and How to Do It at Home

Your body’s lymph system is the sewage system for even normal metabolic toxins, and more so if there are health issues. Lymph nodes provide antigens for purifying fluids containing anything from allergens to cancer cells. That fluid is simply called lymph…

Marguerite Little
3 min.
Personality Psychology
Mar 29 2018
The Science of Empathy — and Why Some People Have It Less than Others

Empathy is hot in business wisdom these days: Forbes says it’s invaluable, Apple’s training manual offers empathy exercises, and Virgin Group founder Richard Branson calls caring “key.”

“Corporate empathy is not an oxymoron,” concluded an article in the …

Lela Valdez
2 min.
Personality Psychology
Jun 15 2018
What Can Shiatsu Heal?

Excerpted from “The Book of Ch’i: Harnessing the Healing Force of Energy,” with permission of Tuttle Publishing.

The main thrust of shiatsu treatment is preventative. It is an intervention designed to encourage the flow of ki releases the body’s natural …

Reginald Griffin

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