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6 Art Therapy Exercises for Adults

We live wired lives these days, almost without being able to disconnect or even take a rest. We’re always checking our phones or our social networks. We’re “hooked” for hours at a time to our computers or tablets. That’s why…

4 Characteristics of Online Predators

Between 1970 and 1990, a series of murders and sexual assaults took place in Russia. Andrei Chikatilo, a middle-aged man, killed more than 50 people. We can use his criminal acts to analyze the psychology of online predators. Most of…

Corruption Begins with Anonymous People

It’s become common for people to complain about corruption. The lack of decency we see in powerful people, especially politicians, can surprise us to no end. Every day, we see new cases of it on the news, and many of us…

The Story of the Origin of Emotions

There’s no consensus on how this wonderful story of the origin of emotions came about. For some unknown reason, people credited it to Mario Benedetti, but the truth is that he didn’t write it. Others speculate that it’s actually an…

Words Are as Important as Actions

Sayings such as “Words will never hurt me” or “They’re just words” continue to be repeated by people who aren’t aware of the developments in language theory from the 20th century onward. Today, we know that words are acts of communication.…

Andropause: Male Menopause – Myth or Reality?

Is there really such a thing as male menopause? More than a few middle-aged men have reported symptoms like loss of sexual desire, weight gain, fatigue, changes in sleeping patterns, and mood swings. Some experts say that these symptoms may…

The Roadmap: The Importance of Having a Life Project

A common interpretation of happiness involves concepts such as “positive emotions” and “optimism”. Most people believe that happiness depends on how much pleasure there is in your life and, simultaneously, how few negative emotions there are. But this is just…

Antidepressant or SSRI Discontinuation Syndrome

SSRI discontinuation syndrome arises when, after taking SSRIs for a certain period of time, you abruptly stop taking them. The body can’t adapt to this sudden serotonin drop. This leads to symptoms such as nausea, trembling, migraines, sleep disorders, etc. Before…

Pan’s Labyrinth: When Disobedience is a Duty

Pan’s Labyrinth (2006), according to many people, is filmmaker’s Guillermo del Toro best work. This film represents how much he loves fantasy. The movie was really successful. It won numerous awards, including three Oscars: Best Cinematography, Best Production Design, and Best…

Aesthetic Intelligence: The Ability to Sense Beauty

It’s not easy to describe the concept of beauty. Countless thinkers and philosophers have tried with varying degrees of success. Is it an aesthetic standard? A combination of colors and shapes? A feeling? Or is it some spiritual sort of…

5 Great Lessons from Socrates’ Life

Many consider Socrates to be the father of philosophy. He was born in Athens in 469 B.C. His father, Sophroniscus, was a stonemason. His mother, Phaenarete, was a midwife. Despite his humble origins, Socrates’ life is full of lessons that…

Hikikomori: Social Withdrawal Syndrome

In the last few years, there has been an alarming increase in the prevalence of social withdrawal syndrome. This phenomenon is characterized by voluntary reclusion and solitude. The people afflicted by this condition perceive their external world as hostile, violent,…

A Clockwork Orange: Behaviorism and Freedom

What can be said about A Clockwork Orange that hasn’t been said before? What can be said about Stanley Kubrick? You could spend hours and hours talking about the movie, its ending, and its philosophical analysis. It’s impossible for me to…

The Full Monty: Surviving Unemployment

The Full Monty is a 1997 British movie directed by Peter Cattaneo. It stars Robert Carlyle, Mark Addy, and Tom Wilkinson. The movie didn’t have a great budget and it wasn’t expected to have a lot of success. Nevertheless, it…

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