communication

Hulk Syndrome: Bruce Banner’s Nightmare

Not a lot of people know about Hulk Syndrome. It’s characterized by sudden explosions of anger. These explosions often turn into violent behavior. The medical name for it is syndrome of Amok. However, people associate it with the green monster Hulk.

How Stress Can Affect Your Negotiations

Pressuring someone to make a decision and forcing them to choose what we want are negotiation strategies that are widely used in the business world. The target is to confuse the other person. By diverting their attention from the important…

3 Factors That Kill Romantic Love

The love between a man and a woman continues to be a mystery. That is in spite of the fact that scientists study it and philosophers analyze it. Even so, these days we understand more clearly why love happens between two…

How to Become Better at Arguing

We have grown up in a culture of constant arguing, where we’re often grumpy about everything and don’t accept a difference of opinions. We argue about something almost every day, and we often do it more than once. First thing…

Saying “No” in a Positive Way

With the new ideas regarding education and positive discipline, the word “no” (usually used by our parents and grandparents) is often seen as an evil word. This makes many parents feel adrift, not knowing what to do to set boundaries.…

Irritable People: Anger as a Form of Communication

Irritable people are addicted to constant anger. Hitting the table, slamming doors, shouting, and even throwing tantrums… These people don’t know how to communicate without raising their voices, lose it quickly, and can’t be contradicted. However, behind this difficult behavior…

Tell the Truth: 5 Keys to Not Hurt Others

If you say, “tell the truth,” many people will associate it with offending people. However, the truth is positive, and it would be best to always have access to it. Why then has it become a vehicle to attack others?…

What Politicians Say with their Non-Verbal Language

A lot of the most popular politicians use distinct verbal language. They mostly use it to communicate with their followers. When it comes to mass communication, gestures and non-verbal communication can actually have a lot more impact than the words themselves. Crowds…

People Who Have No Filter

People who have no filter don’t know how to keep their thoughts, feelings, or emotions in. They blurt out the first thing that comes to their mind, without thinking about the consequences. They often hide behind the shield of their…

Success in Your New Job

Technology is moving forward at the speed of light. We communicate and move so very quickly now. We start and end stages in our lives, eat, and cook at a startling velocity. In the working world, things follow much the same…

8 Essential Parts of Being a Good Psychologist

Psychology is the science that studies individuals, with all their behaviors and experiences. You’ll probably notice that it’s a very wide field that takes a very specialized kind of training. That’s why, whatever your specialty is, you have to have certain…

The 5 Keys to Assertiveness

The keys to assertiveness are all actually very simple. They come from respect, humility, and a desire to live a better life. Of course, learning to be assertive will take some effort, but you’ll get so much back in return. One…

Rumors: What Are They and How Can They Be Dangerous?

Rumors: we’ve all heard some and we’ve all spread some. In more traditional, conservative times they shook entire families. Today, they circulate differently because the way we share information has also changed. The fact is that rumors have enormous potential…

Elicitation: How to Acquire Information

What is elicitation? This strange word means using techniques to gather information or knowledge about people. Elicitation is nothing more than a technique used to acquire information discretely, without the other person knowing. In order to obtain it without arousing…