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Sexuality spans the physical, emotional, psychological, social and spiritual dimensions of our lives. It starts with how we feel about ourselves and our bodies, and it extends to how we feel about others. Whether we express it consciously or not, … Continue reading
There are many different forms of social rejection from parental rejection to peer social exclusion at school, romantic rejection, religious shunning and even rejection at a job interview. Whilst specifics vary amongst different types of social exclusion, they all have … Continue reading
This article is Part 4 of the Being Independent series. Part 1: What is Independence, Part 2: Why do we need Independence, Part 3: Why do some peopel find it difficult to become independent? There are many ways to go … Continue reading
This article is Part 3 of the Being Independent series. Part 1: What is Independence, Part 2: Why do we need Independence For most people there is a natural conflict between wanting to revert to the childlike state of being … Continue reading
This article is Part 2 of the Being Independent series, continuing on from Being Independent: What is Independence? Independence is a highly revered trait in our society, but why do people see it as being so important and commendable? Why … Continue reading
For most people in the world, independence is considered a positive attribute to strive towards. But if you ask people to define independence, you may find that many have trouble explaining what independence is, and answering how it can be … Continue reading
Mental stimulation basically translates to “giving your brain a good work out”! Why is this important? And how do we go about achieving good levels of mental stimulation?
Walking around any town or city, you are bound to see strolling couples almost unaware that they’re locked in palm-kiss. Why do romantic couples hold hands?
When fans meet celebrities whom they’ve long-admired, it is not uncommon to feel star struck: a feeling of excitement that prevents you from behaving as you would around others. Why do people get star struck?