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The Psychology of Shame - Jungian Perspective

The Psychology of Shame - Jungian Perspective

Although shame often provokes a wish to hide, it doesn’t necessarily mean we have to interpret it in a negative light. Shame guards our internal world and regulates how much we want to share with others and how much we want to keep private.

Perception: Personal Bubble of Reality

Perception: Personal Bubble of Reality

When we do include everything that is not based on a direct observation of reality and experience of it, our perception becomes clouded with opinions, assumptions and various beliefs. By this process, we create our own reality bubble. We might be either e

How Your Brain Changes When You Stop Watching TV

How Your Brain Changes When You Stop Watching TV

Sitting down on an evening and watching a few hours of TV has been one of the most popular leisure activities for decades, since the TV became widely available to most households it took over the job of evening entertainment.

Self Development: How to Build a Stronger Ego

Self Development: How to Build a Stronger Ego

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The Complete List of Cognitive Biases

The Complete List of Cognitive Biases

The complete list of cognitive biases in decision making.

Philosophy: Be Bold - The Warrior's Path

Philosophy: Be Bold - The Warrior's Path

The warrior's path is a solitary one.

Self-Actualization Test - Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

Self-Actualization Test - Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

Maslow proposed that in order to reach self-actualization and satisfaction of higher needs, all our lower needs need to be fully satisfied before we can focus on more sophisticated desires.

5 Ways to Spot the 'Right' Type of  People

5 Ways to Spot the 'Right' Type of People

Here are the 5 traits that will help you to identify whether you're in a right company, and what traits to look for in people who can make your life more enjoyable.