Personality Psychology

In this section, you’ll have the chance to learn more about the most relevant theories about personality psychology. You’ll find out about psychoanalysis, humanism, and cognitivism so as to better understand other people and yourself.

Narcissism in a Relationship

Contrary to what you might think, narcissists can fall in love just like everyone else. However, when there’s narcissism in a relationship, the anxiety and fear can be palpable. That’s because their love is like a lasso that gets tighter…

How to Reach a Psychological Balance

To maintain the psychological balance you need, you have to analyze your responses to external conditions and learn to keep your impulses and instincts at bay. When someone’s psychologically unbalanced, they become too sensitive to external conditions and have exaggerated…

Seven Traits of Megalomaniacs

Do you know a person who’s convinced that everything they say or think is grandiose? This person is probably a megalomaniac. Usually, megalomaniacs belittle others because they feel superior. But apart from their huge ego, how do you truly identify…

People Who Break Promises

Some people break promises time and again. They chip away at your trust, little by little, and leave you nothing but empty words and disappointments. People like this can be toxic because actions speak louder than words. Relationships are built on…

Type D Personality and How It Influences Us

Today we’re going to discuss Type D personality. But first, let’s say that throughout history, many people have attempted to categorize personality types and disorders. Further, there are many old antecedents. Hippocrates’ Four Temperament theory is an example of this.…

Separation Anxiety Disorder in Adults

When you hear the term “separation anxiety,” you probably think about children. However, separation anxiety disorder (SAD) can also affect adults. Separation anxiety is when an individual is afraid of separating from a person, animal, or even an object. As…

The INFP Personality According to Carl Jung

People with INFP personality are introverted, intuitive, and perceptive. According to Carl Jung, they’re sensitive, creative, and independent. Additionally, they tend to be idealists, intimate, and compassionate. For this reason, they’re the mediators because they care about their own personal growth…

How Does an Aggressor’s Personality Develop?

Aggression results in many injuries and deaths, which is why it’s important to continue investigating how aggression develops. Thus, understanding how violence manifests in a relationship, and in other areas, involves knowing how an aggressor’s personality develops. We must also…

Type C Personality: Main Characteristics

Type C personality or “cancer-prone personality” is characterized by two of its most consistent traits: the lack of expressing negative feelings and the need for harmony. Demonstrating the influence of psychological aspects in the appearance and development of cancer has become really…

Cattell’s 16 Personality Model

Without a doubt, Cattell’s model is one of the most famous and his attempt to describe personality reached the masses through his famous test: the 16 PF. Of course, nowadays we don’t use Cattell’s original version, but people maintain a…