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But we’re better off believing in it anyway.
There's No Such Thing as Free Will - The Atlantic
Psychology • by ReverendBobo • 38 views •  3 comments • 5 days ago

A conservative law firm in Wisconsin asked a judge Thursday to find the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) in contempt and fine its members $2,000 a day until the commission purges more than 200,000 voters from the rolls.
Conservatives ask judge to force purge of 200,000 voters in Wisconsin | TheHill
Psychology • by FemaleLotRfan83 • 35 views •  2 comments • 3 weeks ago

Paranoid personality disorder is a personality disorder characterized by intense mistrust and suspicion of others.
Paranoid Personality Disorder: Causes, Symptoms & Diagnosis
Psychology • by Livinareallife • 11 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

In the depths of almost every internet community lives a troll. A snarky, quick-witted adversary waiting for an opportunity to insert an offbeat remark or uninvited comment.

With 5.6% of individuals admitting that they self-identify as trolls or enjoy trolling online, it's likely that you or someone you know has had their feathers ruffled by one of these menacing online villains.
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Psychology • by ThomasinaPaine • 64 views •  3 comments • 1 month ago

Mesmerising Video Shows Waves of Spinal Fluid Washing Over The Brain During Sleep
11 NOV 2019

We are quite literally having our brains washed every night. Neuroscientists have now produced a fascinating video that shows this nocturnal pulsing process in action.

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Psychology • by ThomasinaPaine • 47 views •  1 comments • 1 month ago

Something to ponder this morning... here are Greta Thunberg and her parents, sporting the latest in Antifa fashion! Now that you have chosen...
Psychology • by Pussiecat • 15 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Simply telling a client to let go of it—without showing them how to do it—is a conscious instruction that will only result in frustration, compounding the presenting problem. Luckily, the boundary between what’s unconscious and conscious is quite permeable. With appropriate questioning, it’s possible to elicit the unconscious process that causes the trouble, which typically has a fairly simple structure involving images, sounds, and thoughts in a particular configuration. ...
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Psychology • by JadeEnigma • 16 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

You don't need others to complete your life, you are complete alone. Learn how to love yourself and live a meaningful life.
How to Love Yourself, Even if No One Else Does
Psychology • by JadeEnigma • 21 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

“No matter who you are, no matter what you did, no matter where you've come from, you can always change, become a better version of yourself” -Madonna.

In this crazy thing called life, we are thrown a number of curve balls. Many think that it is the curve balls or difficulties that affect who we are, but in fact, it is how we handle these difficulties that affect who we are.
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What it Means to Be a Better Person | Her Campus
Psychology • by JadeEnigma • 22 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

In this digital age, there is a big disconnect between leaders and the people they lead. Many managers think they are doing a great job but when you ask the people they lead, it's quite the opposite.
Psychology • by JadeEnigma • 21 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Hatred is an intense feeling of dislike for another person, entity, or group. What psychological effects can hatred have on a person?
Hatred: What Is It, and How To Manage It
Psychology • by JadeEnigma • 19 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Anger is a normal, healthy response to a threat and may be used for a constructive purpose. When anger becomes uncontrollable or is unexpressed, it may lead to destructive thoughts or actions. Tips for anger management.
Controlling Anger — Before It Controls You
Psychology • by JadeEnigma • 26 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Humans are social creatures. Many of us prefer to laugh, sing, and dance in
the presence of others (although a solo jam session is never a bad idea).
Here at NoStigmas, we value the importance of community and mental health
to improve our understanding of ourselves and others in efforts to make
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Psychology • by JadeEnigma • 13 views •  0 comments • 1 month ago

Sometimes it’s better to just let things be, let people go, don’t fight for closure, don’t ask for explanations, don’t chase answers and don’t expect people to understand where you’re coming from.…
I’m Slowly Learning That I Don’t Have To React To Everything That Bothers Me | Thought Catalog
Psychology • by JadeEnigma • 62 views •  2 comments • 1 month ago

WE ARE ALL ONE | 11:11 | OUR SOULS PURPOSE IS TO Unconditionally Self Love
You are the echo of my soul
The consciousness of that is Love
This is one essence
We and are imprinted to love
Divine within each, You are to Love that inner child
Unconditionally Self Love and forgive
Always Believe something wonderful is going to happen. Imagination is one of your
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Psychology • by Livinareallife • 76 views •  3 comments • 1 month ago

Originally, I had posted something shorter but similar to this on my own page, but I thought it better suited perhaps to a discussion out here in the open.

The other day someone had posted a reply to a comment I had made on the 2M forums, in one of the more vitriolic threads going on at the time (it has since been closed). While this person did remark on my comment, they then included a fuzzy photo of a brown, heavily scarred, leather boot with what appears to be a high polish. The comment accompanying this suggested that an old boot, left in the weather for a long time but then polished and photographed with a soft filter was still an old, scarred, leather boot and would never really be anything else. I took this to mean that I, a leopard, could not change my spots. That my past here indicated the person I was, my nature, and writing an open letter as I did a few days ago to the community did not mean I was anyone different than I had been when I was mean, offensive, and basically a horrible person.
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Psychology • by JadeEnigma • 283 views •  13 comments • 1 month ago

A new University of Toronto study claims that most people can tell if you're rich or poor from your face.
Study: Most people can tell if you're rich from your face
Psychology • by ThomasinaPaine • 30 views •  1 comments • 1 month ago


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