communication

Assertive Communication for Couples

Assertive communication is very important for couples as it’s one of the most effective ways to communicate. But few people can put it into practice, especially in their intimate relationships. Today, you’ll learn how to improve it in your relationship…

The Temporal Lobe: The Center of Memory and Emotions

Communicating effectively. Reading and writing. Remembering the kiss your partner gave you this morning. Experiencing sexual desire. Trying to take care of your emotional stability. Knowing how to use a book or an elevator. Getting emotional during a movie. Believe…

Relational Frame Theory and Human Behavior

Relational frame theory (RFT) is a theory about language and cognition that serves as an experimental basis for acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). From the perspective of relational frame theory, behavior and language are intrinsically related. This framework provides a…

The Psychology of Language

How often do you stop and think about how important communication? When language fails, it affects you on a cognitive, emotional, and behavioral level. That’s why many different disciplines study language and seek to understand it better. One of those…

Intelligence is a Collective Reality

The brightest moments in the history of mankind demonstrate that those we call “geniuses” aren’t usually isolated figures. Whenever one of those privileged minds appears, there are many men and women around them who also stand out intellectually. That’s why…

Learn about Infant Communication

The most common belief about infant communication is that infants can’t communicate before the age of one. According to this conception, babies and adults don’t communicate with each other until after a baby turns one. Nevertheless, new studies have suggested…

Framing Theory and Media Manipulation

Framing theory belongs to a group of theories and ideas in the world of sociology and communication sciences. It’s a potential explanation as to why we focus our attention on some parts of a given reality and not on others. It…

Cutting Ties with a Family Member

If you’re no longer on speaking terms with a family member, no doubt there are reasons to justify your decision. That kind of decision isn’t taken lightly and it can take you on a difficult path. The reasons for cutting…

How to Relate to an Autistic Person

When you think of a child with autism, you might imagine a child who is lost in their own world and doesn’t play with or talk to anyone. They ignore the rest of the world, including their parents and closest…

Five Tips for Leading Groups and Teams

Leading groups and teams isn’t easy. No matter how many leadership skills you might have, you can make mistakes if you overlook some essential elements. For this reason, today we’ll look at five tips that’ll help you lead groups and…

Strengthening Your Emotional Vocabulary is Important

Strengthening your emotional vocabulary will help you improve the quality of your relationships. It’s all about knowing how to express yourself assertively. Furthermore, it’s also about being in tune with your needs while remaining sympathetic to other people’s needs. In…