Psychology

In this category, you’ll find articles related to our mental world like abilities and processes. It contains information on how our thoughts, feelings, and emotions make up who we are and how we learn.

Kids With Low Self-Esteem

Do you think we’re born with a certain level of self-esteem? Do you think that loving yourself is important in day to day life? Is it possible to influence your children’s self-confidence? In this article, we’re going to give you the answers…

Folic Acid for a Healthy Brain

The benefits of folic acid for your brain are extraordinary. This folate, also known as vitamin B9, improves the effectiveness of anti-depressants. Likewise, we know that it’s crucial for cell detoxification and neurotransmitter production. Not only that, but it also…

We Only Hear What We Want to Hear

Human beings want to be sure of everything. We tend to believe that our opinions are very well-informed and valid, even though we often don’t know why we think the way we do. It’s not uncommon for these characteristics to…

5 Strategies to Boost Your Critical Thinking

If you boost your critical thinking, you’ll have an exceptional and massive constructive “weapon” at hand. In the end, something as simple as applying healthy skepticism along with adequate personal ethics and an open mind can allow us to better face…

The Wisdom of the Elderly

The wisdom of the elderly is infinite. You only need to be willing to wholeheartedly listen to their life stories. They want us to appreciate the wisdom they’ve gathered throughout the years. They’re the best example of “More knows the…

Bullying: The Worst Part is They Should’ve Known

Netflix recently released a series that raised huge controversy. I’m talking about “13 Reasons Why“. This series is based on a book written by Jay Asher that deals with bullying. However, we all know that literature seldom raises passions the…

9 Habits to Generate Serotonin

Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that our neurons produce in order to communicate amongst themselves. It’s in different parts of our central nervous system. This substance acts as a mood stabilizer. It also regulates and balances our appetite and sleep cycles, among other…

Can You be Happy After a Traumatic Childhood?

Not everyone has had a happy childhood. Unfortunately, some people have had difficult experiences in life, and sometimes, they leave a deep scar that’s capable of influencing diverse areas in their lives. During infancy, they weave a part of the…

The Dissatisfaction of Perfectionism

Perfectionists look for success relentlessly, but nothing seems to be good enough for them. They often feel dissatisfied due to their high expectations. They always think they could’ve done better. Not reaching their goals makes them feel severely stressed and…

How Exercise and Stress are Connected

What kind of activity do you do to feel better about yourself, that is also healthy? If your answer is exercise then you’re on the right track! People who don’t do any physical activity tend to diminish the importance of the…

Engrams: Traces of Experience in Our Brain

When we talk about engrams, we refer to the traces experience leaves in our brains. Hinduism already defined the process through which small neuronal structures are formed after a determined sensation, a shocking event, or an unforgettable emotion. They talked…

Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change

Few methods have experienced such a spectacular advance in so little time as motivational interviewing. Its success is due to several factors. It facilitates the relationship with the patient, its efficacy is scientifically proven, and it’s been developed collaboratively. Nowadays,…