Brianna Guarino

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Is There Such a Thing as WhatsApp Addiction?

Internet addiction, WhatsApp addiction, Instagram addiction, online dating addiction… Without a doubt, people will remember the 21st century due to the addictive, repetitive behaviors regarding technology that characterize it. This is a new and growing phenomenon. In this regard, other…

In What Areas Do Couples Fight the Most?

Many of the couples who go to therapy do so because they aren’t happy or satisfied with their relationship. However, couples sometimes go to counseling not knowing if they really have a problem or if they’re just experiencing a rough…

Regulating Emotions in Old Age: The Key to Wellbeing

Correctly regulating emotions in old age is an exercise in health and well-being. Interestingly, researchers have found information from several studies that extends beyond the physical and cognitive decline. Older adults are, on average, much more attuned to positive emotions.…

Empathetic Leadership

Nowadays, teamwork, collaboration, and interdependence are necessary, meaning that it’s very important to have a good leader. However, we’re not talking about just any kind of leader. Companies demand that people capable of leadership, particularly empathetic leadership, occupy positions with great…

The Four Most Common Work Conflicts

One of the biggest challenges when it comes to working with other people is dealing with conflicts of all kinds. It’s necessary to work as a team to achieve individual objectives. However, tension is normal and to be expected. In this article,…

Admiration and Love: What’s the Difference?

The line that separates admiration from love is very subtle. So subtle, in fact, that it’s pretty common to confuse these feelings for one another. This is relatively common because these feelings consist of a complex dynamic. We can admire…

Coping Resources: What are They?

People tend to use different strategies to deal with problems. These confrontational strategies are known as coping resources. They can be intentional or involuntary. They help us face the demands and conflicts that are present in our lives.

We Can’t Forget to Love Ourselves

We’re committed to so much nowadays and stretched so thin that we’re often exhausted at the end of the week. This is worrisome. This habit leaves us with no time to rest and relax or enjoy some much needed “me…

5 Yoga Poses for Children

The activities our children do are very important. Swimming, karate, theater, painting… there are endless activities that can enhance our little ones’ skills. What you probably don’t know is that yoga poses are the most recommended activity to help children start…

Abraham Maslow: The Father of Human Psychology

Abraham Maslow is one of the most important names in psychology. Psychologists consider him to be the father of what we call “humanistic psychology”. This is a type of psychology that falls between psychoanalysis and behaviorism. It has had a…

Serotonin Syndrome: Symptoms and Treatment

Serotonin syndrome is a clinical condition associated with an adverse reaction to antidepressants. Recent studies indicate that the incidence of this syndrome has increased recently as more and more people consume antidepressants. Serotonin syndrome is usually characterized by a loss…

Role Theory: What’s Our Role in Society?

We can define social roles as the roles we play in society. Social roles detail and represent what activities or behaviors people expect from us in a given social environment. Who are the people that define what actions we should…

Gestures: The Ultimate Demonstration of Love

We forge personal relationships on a daily basis that are based on accumulated experiences between two partners or between family and friends. The joys, the good times, or common achievements contribute to the relationship’s foundation. Not only good things make…

The Dark Side of Psychological Strength

The Star Wars saga has become living history. We can all agree that each film release is a great event. This dynamic universe has the support of millions of fans who would surely love to find strength and become Jedis.…

Woody Allen’s Great Quotes

With a sarcastic tone and a lot of humor, filmmaker Woody Allen has left us with wonderful quotes that are worth remembering. As he likes to say, “My way of joking is to tell the truth. It’s the funniest joke in the…

5 Ways to Find Happiness in Small Acts

It’s possible to find happiness in small acts. Who said that we can only find fulfillment in great events and achievements in life? Each day is valuable and each act has its own meaning. However mundane that act may be,…

4 Ways to Overcome Trauma Through Art

When we go through a complex and painful situation, we may start to believe there’s no way out. We’ve all been in this situation at some point in our lives. Sometimes we become self-absorbed and stop seeing the world around us.…

The Three N’s of Radicalization

We understand radicalization as a social and psychological process that creates a growing commitment to an extremist political or religious ideology. In other words, to radicalize means to adopt political or religious beliefs that most people don’t share. How does…

Learn 5 Ways to Optimize Your Memory

Our memories allow us to decode, store, and retrieve information. Our memories are important. This is the reason why most of us would like to find ways to optimize our memory. However, is it possible to find practical methods to increase…

Albert Bandura’s Social Learning

We know Albert Bandura for being the father of social learning and one of the most influential psychologists of all time. He was so influential that this past year the White House awarded him a medal at an event.

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