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Freud Part two: The three parts of the brain

In his career, Freud had many innovative theories and ideas about psychology and how the brain worked. I personally share the widely held belief that his greatest work lies in his great furthering in the field of psychoanalysis, and his hugely profound insights into the mind that were so different from what people had speculated before him. 958 more words

Freud

Walking Up The Down Escalator

Walking Up The Down Escalator

I spent the other evening trying to ‘encourage’ a friend. I wasn’t trying to cheer them up so much as helping them to see themselves as other people see them – which is a lot more positively than they see themselves. 352 more words

Couples Who Meet Offline Stay Together For Longer Than Those Who Meet Online

Online dating sites are so great for meeting a wide range of like-minded partners, for quicker intimacy, and for breaking up. Wait. What?

It’s true, according to new… 408 more words

Relationship

At The Grip Of An Audience: How Being Authentic Is Golden

Grip Of The Audience

I wonder how many artists musical or other mediums have struggled with deciding whether or not they should pander to their audience. 761 more words

Artists

I would truly give anything to not have to work out every day of my life

 I would truly give anything to not have to work out every day of my life: Who Am I kidding?

I would truly give anything to not have to work out every day of my life.  490 more words

Psychology

psychospirituality

I recently started using this term ‘psychospirituality’ when i realised in The Path of Love that i want to explore how i can use the richness of my intellect to deepen my experience of the divine by learning how to navigate and experience my psychology with new awareness. 425 more words

Spirituality