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Take Over the Reins of Your Own Life

Most people expect to wake up and have all their problems solved, as if by magic. Although this would be ideal, it’s not a functional way to think. Therefore, the best thing you can do is take over the reins…

Cerebral Lobes: Characteristics and Functions

Everything we are is in our brain. This amazing and immensely complex organ is a reflection of our successful evolutionary history as a species. The human brain is categorized into four different cerebral lobes. Our conscience resides in these lobes.…

Physical Exercise to Help Overcome Addiction

It’s common knowledge that exercise has many physical and mental health benefits. In addition, physical exercise can help overcome many problems, including addiction. This isn’t a hypothesis or a theory, it’s what various investigations show. Most of the treatments for addiction…

3 Films with a Strong Feminist Message

On March 8, a massive group of women went out to the streets with their feminist message. That day, those women made history. Nothing will be the same after that day. Those women decided to speak out because they all experience…

5 Buddhism Tips to Manage Chaos

The world has never been a peaceful place. Each historic era has had its share of negative events. In the world we live in now, everything seems constantly chaotic. However, there are some Buddhism tips that can help us deal with chaos.…

Doxing and the Threat of Revealing Personal Information

Doxing comes from the word documents. It’s the combination of the abbreviation for documents (dox) and the suffix “ing”. In this Internet era, very few people don’t have a Facebook account, don’t have an online store, or don’t shop online. Information technology has made…

7 Tips for Parent WhatsApp Groups

Current technological advances allow us to be increasingly more involved in our children’s education. Nowadays, there are platforms to see their grades online and even notifications about the latest news related to their studies. The Internet has revolutionized the current…

Motherhood: How to Take it on and Not Die Trying

Motherhood is a unique experience that makes us grow and enjoy life. It’s also a rollercoaster of emotions: a vital stage of happiness, exhaustion, changes, and expectations that we must learn to control. Undertaking motherhood can go from something overwhelming to…

Psychological Causes of Absenteeism

Did you know that looking at your private emails during work hours is a type of absenteeism? In general, this practice is a deliberate absenteeism from work during the legal work schedule. It can also be considered desertion of your job…

Technopathology and New 2.0 Illnesses

Technopathology is a term that refers to mental, physical, and social disorders related to the abuse of technological devices. Let’s understand the context in which this technopathology is developing: the introduction of ICT (information and communications technology) in our day-to-day lives…

Assertiveness at Work: 5 Key Elements

Assertiveness at work is often confused with other concepts, such as aggressiveness or hostility. However, if it’s based on respect, it falls far from that comparison. In other words, to be assertive is to know and defend the rights we have…

What’s a Workaholic?

Certain working conditions can raise anxiety and stress level. What’s curious about this is that, although a workaholic also suffers from that, they feel irritated when they’re not working.

Cialdini’s Persuasion Principles

Persuasion is the social influence on beliefs, attitude, intentions, motivations, and behavior. It’s a form of manipulation based on commitment that can change thoughts and behaviors. Persuasion principles use words to influence other people and achieve the desired changes.

Somatic Symptom Disorders: Symptoms and Treatment

Somatic symptom disorders bring to light the difficulty of separating the effects that the body and mind have on a person’s health. The strong interconnection between these two dimensions hinders the diagnosis and treatment of these types of disorders.

Busting 5 Sleepwalking Myths

Sleepwalking is a sleep disorder that makes a person get up from bed at night and even talk while they’re sleeping. In fact, the person may act normal, as if they were awake, and family members are usually scared that…

Alex Honnold, The Man Without Fear

Alex Honnold represents one of the most enigmatic neuroscience cases. He is the exception to the rule. Most people have the fear of falling. This is why even newborn babies experience upheavals if they feel they’re falling.

Self-concept and Sexuality: How Are They Related?

The relationship between self-concept and sexuality is based on the answer to certain questions, such as: “Do you like your body, consider yourself attractive, think you are a good lover and enjoy your relationships?” We can determine if we have…

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