Month: May 2016

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The Treasure

Have you ever wondered why we remember the tough times more vividly than the carefree, blissfully happy ones? Or, why do we become more attached to the things and projects that took the most effort and time to achieve?

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On Dreams

When you start getting interested in Psychology and begin your path on what becomes a lifelong journey of learning – after many decades I still consider myself a student of Psychology – you learn about Jung, Freud, Lacan, etc. The topic of dreams has always fascinated mankind and, as a Psychology student or professional, you’re always bound to delve deeply into many teachings and interpretations. There is so much theory, even before the official beginnings of Psychology as a a discipline!

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The fountain of youth

Have you noticed how many ads, tv shows, books, films, etc. address the topic of youth? It seems that as science has moved forward, accomplishing that would have been considered impossible a mere hundred years ago, it has embraced what is perhaps its most ‘popular’ goal: coming up with a ‘solution’ that allows us to be young forever.

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The true meaning of ‘community’

I was talking to a friend the other day about the current perception of the term ‘community’. It’s a word that is used freely and widely because it creates a positive impact. Who hasn’t been shaken to the point of joyous tears when reading about how a community came together to support one of their own? Who hasn’t felt a current of happiness go through their whole body while watching a news story showcasing human beings helping one another?

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Once Again

It would be great if everybody grew less afraid of failure as we grow older. Unfortunately, it’s not always the case. Society and western culture instill in all of us an overwhelming fear of failing at anything. Some people are so afraid that they hardly ever try anything new, much less when they are older. It’s truly heartbreaking because life is about discovering new things and having new experiences everyday. It allows us to learn and thrive.

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The Treasure

Have you ever wondered why we remember the tough times more vividly than the carefree, blissfully happy ones? Or, why do we become more attached to the things and projects that took the most effort and time to achieve?

Read More »

On Dreams

When you start getting interested in Psychology and begin your path on what becomes a lifelong journey of learning – after many decades I still consider myself a student of Psychology – you learn about Jung, Freud, Lacan, etc. The topic of dreams has always fascinated mankind and, as a Psychology student or professional, you’re always bound to delve deeply into many teachings and interpretations. There is so much theory, even before the official beginnings of Psychology as a a discipline!

Read More »

The fountain of youth

Have you noticed how many ads, tv shows, books, films, etc. address the topic of youth? It seems that as science has moved forward, accomplishing that would have been considered impossible a mere hundred years ago, it has embraced what is perhaps its most ‘popular’ goal: coming up with a ‘solution’ that allows us to be young forever.

Read More »

The true meaning of ‘community’

I was talking to a friend the other day about the current perception of the term ‘community’. It’s a word that is used freely and widely because it creates a positive impact. Who hasn’t been shaken to the point of joyous tears when reading about how a community came together to support one of their own? Who hasn’t felt a current of happiness go through their whole body while watching a news story showcasing human beings helping one another?

Read More »

Once Again

It would be great if everybody grew less afraid of failure as we grow older. Unfortunately, it’s not always the case. Society and western culture instill in all of us an overwhelming fear of failing at anything. Some people are so afraid that they hardly ever try anything new, much less when they are older. It’s truly heartbreaking because life is about discovering new things and having new experiences everyday. It allows us to learn and thrive.

Read More »

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