“The Metamorphosis” by Franz Kafka portrays the misfortune faced by Gregor: a once, human who woke up one day to realize that he had turned into an insect. He is neglected merely because he is a repulsive bug who can no longer provide money for his idle family who refused to find a job to […]

The movie “Inside Out” depicts how depression happens and what is depression’s cure. This societal issue is presented with compassion, wisdom and a very real understanding that there is a way out. In short, depression results from realizing something you had is gone, but not being able to let go. The film’s writers show how […]

When you hear the word “introvert”, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? A lot of people would think words like shy and reserved. Broadly speaking, an introvert, is one who has turned his attention in on himself. An introvert is more concerned with his own thoughts and feelings rather than with […]

Have you wondered- why sometimes, that you are so addicted to the internet, you don’t look at the world around you? Well, imagine that your mom is shouting at you to to experience the world and you rather sit all day in front of the television. Maybe, you don’t really like going outside, but there […]

Mass hysteria is a social phenomenon where fear spreads uncontrollably throughout a population. The main aspect of the plot of Aruthur Miller’s The Crucible is that neighbors suddenly turn against each other and accuse one another of participating in witchcraft and worshipping the Devil. As accusations of witchcraft progressingly occur, a thematic significance of hysteria […]

Edvard Munch, 1896, Tempera and casein on cardboard, located in National Gallery and Munch Museum, Oslo, Norway. Munch’s art peace was originally called Der Schrei der Natur (The Scream of Nature). This art peace was made because Munch on a sunset walk outside suddenly the sun changed the way the sky looked, it was “a […]

Today there are many people who have experienced some type of assault or abuse and many people would not realize it. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is something I have had yet never been diagnosed. People connect Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD, to war veterans, at least I did. However, people can suffer from it in other ways. […]

Introduction James Joyce’s story ‘The Dead’ tremendously affects the perusers, particularly the individuals who know about the political circumstance in Ireland at the time at which Joyce composed the last story in Dubliners. In his book, the history of Ireland is told. The conspicuous trademark he found in Ireland, and especially in Dublin, was the […]

In ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock’, written by T. S. Elliot in 1917, J. Alfred Prufrock makes the reader privy to his innermost thoughts on an evening out. This is one of the most important poems of all time because almost everyone can identify with the insecurity of J. Alfred Prufrock at one […]

When you hear the word “introvert”, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? A lot of people would think words like shy and reserved. Broadly speaking, an introvert, is one who has turned his attention in on himself. An introvert is more concerned with his own thoughts and feelings rather than with […]

Money is the most important thing in our day to day lives. We use money for just about everything whether its for shopping, getting food, or buying a house. Most people believe money can buy your happiness just because money is a big part of everyone’s life (“Money Can’t Buy Happiness «?Nicole | This I […]

If I could advice to anyone, I would give it to Demi Lovato. Demi had made choices that changed her life completely. Demi started her acting career at a young age, which could of caused stress. The advice I would give to Demi is to think of the consequences before doing drugs.Demi overdosed a couple […]

It’s never surprising that people love animals, especially baby animals and are always drown in their charms. Millions of us watch their videos on YouTube or other video platforms. If you own a pet and post its videos or photos on Weibo, then you get a chance to attract thousands of followers or even more […]

A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner, and The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, were written during an era where women were seen as less important than men. In both of the stories, the main character is a woman who is experiencing loneliness and isolation because of the men that are in their lives. […]

Edgar Allan Poe is considered to be one of the greatest gothic writers in literature. From his works such as the tell-tale heart to the cask of amontillado and ligeia to thefall of the house of usher he is a master at bringing horror and suspense to writing. Anotherstory which parallels the tell-tale heart is […]

Self-Knowledge is the makeup of your character, values, desires, emotions, and beliefs. Regardless of what other people and you yourself believe what you are like, self-knowledge is what you are truly like. As you understand whom you truly are, you become more poised, understand your purpose, and you will start making a bigger impact in […]

Thursday Afternoon, on March 25th, 2011. I left my final examination hall; it was last day of my secondary school. On my way to home while driving, I was thinking constantly about how I would present my thoughts, my desire in front of my whole family. It was regarding the big life changing verdict that […]

Laughter enhances a person’s psychological well-being. People often laugh at humorous and entertaining films, friends, and occurrences. In most occasions, people laugh involuntarily. However, people have different capacities to control to what extent they laugh. At times, laughter can be sarcastic and ironical based on the prevailing situation. Personally, I usually laugh when I remember […]

From reading self-help books to magazine articles, we are all too familiar with the idea that money cannot buy concepts like forgiveness, optimism, and relationships, yet the reality remains that for most people, things, like receiving a salary raise and or, even winning the lottery, seem like the key to true happiness. Sure, money can […]

You are getting ready to hit the road for an unforgettable RV road trip, but you want to make sure that your plans are perfect? From planning your route to choosing the best destinations, proper planning will allow you to have a relaxing and enjoyable holiday. The following tips will ensure that your RV trip […]

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” In Mary Oliver’s poetry, imagery is profoundly symbolic and illustrates the recurring motif dealing with the journey of life and overcoming adversities. Her poetry is captivating due to her meticulous use of poetic devices including choice of words, free […]

The year is divided into four seasons. Everybody enjoys the different seasons in their own way, but everyone is happy with the onset of winter or summer. Winter is the coldest season and occurs between autumn and spring. Summer is the warmest season. It happens between Spring and Autumn during the months of June, July […]

Interaction with other people is something that we do every day, whether it is at school, work, or practically any environment where there are people around us. Every day, we interact with our family, our friends, and even strangers. However, each person has a different personality, and this can be cast on to people that […]

In “The Landlady”, Roald Dahl emphasizes the idea of not always judging a book by their cover and that everything is not always as it seems, by creating a suspenseful and astonishing tone that keeps readers on edge.. For instance, when Billy rung the doorbell, the Landlady forces the door open. Shocked, Billy thinks, “…Normally […]

As a youth, I lived a very isolated life. You can look at me now and see someone who is full of confidence and pride, but back in the day I was way too shy to put myself out there or even introduce myself, let alone participate in the birthday parties or sleepovers that my […]

Technology has been a huge factor in our lives for as long as some of us can remember but not all of the outcomes of the technology age have been positive. Starting with the effects technology has taken on our bodies physically. One of the biggest problems we have seen with our generation growing up […]

What Is Kindness? In many events, people have taken someone kindness for granted. The expression of being generous, considerate, and friendly defines what kindness is. “Random akts of kidness” are selfless acts performed by a person wishing to either help or positively affect the emotional state (mood) of another person” (Passmore & Oades, 2015). Displaying […]

There are many things which the human brain is capable of. These include brain pruning and pain-response systems. These systems have a large impact on behavior, but despite their similar purposes, they have varying functions. Pain-response systems cause our responses to pain, whether it is physical or emotional. The passage “Embarrassed? Blame Your Brain” by […]

Introduction In the world of psychology and sociology today, there are four main styles of parenting. These styles are as follows: authoritarian, permissive, neglectful or uninvolved and authoritative . Each of these styles has their own balance of parental support and control. Authoritarian parents show low amounts of support and high amounts of control. Parents […]

Basically, I believe that The Metamorphosis is about the fight between your consciousness and your unconscious mind. In Gregor’s view his family already saw him as a cockroach with how they treated him even while he was the only one working and providing for them. The family had no respect for what he gave up […]

What makes a man? The qualities associated with men always include words like power, strength, aggressiveness, and lack of emotions. From a young age, boys are taught these standards and are expected to follow them or else they are ostracized and looked down on. Men are pressured to conform to society’s standards of masculinity in […]

Collaborating Management style is when people contribute equally to the goal (Quain, 2018). Two or more people, or groups of people who want something different generate a conflict (Quain, 2018). Then you must determine to what extent each side is willing to compromise (Quain, 2018). This will help in finding a happy medium between the […]

Human beings use our minds every single day. We retrieve information about events that happened as little as yesterday or as far as years ago. We do not cognitively think about it, we just spit out information not being aware of how we got the information. Many researchers have studied this topic and I found […]

Introduction The infertility rate in the modern world is something that has proven to be a challenge in relationships. Marriages incurring infertility becomes a challenge for both parties, and causes pressures from each individual possibly leading to marital strains and possibly divorce. However, the instance of being infertile can be caused naturally, and such situations […]

Imagine being able to escape from the hardships of your everyday life and submerge into a whole new world. Within this new life you will have the opportunity to completely take your mind off of a predominant stressor at the moment, and leave all your problems in the past for an hour of serenity. In […]

After reading a play then comparing it to watching it live makes it feel like two different experiences. The live performance made me feel as if I was present with the characters. The live performances stage production really enhanced the whole meaning and the dynamic of the play. The use of the setting, props and […]

Abstract Carl Jung was an amazing psychiatrist and psychoanalysis. He had a theory that we have certain archetypes, which are typical behaviors and personality from our collective unconscious, which as Jung explained they are experiences such as love, death, birth, religion, life, struggle and much more. In the movie The Wizard of Oz many characters […]

When my group was first formed, and the topic of serving the elderly came up in conversation, I wasn’t the most excited. I’ve had a lot of negative experiences, but when I thought of complaining, a 1981 Shel Silverstein poem came to mind. Said the little boy, ‘Sometimes I drop my spoon.’/Said the old man, […]

Introduction Music plays a critical role in human life. Music is played on different occasions and ceremonies. For instance, music is played to welcome a new born baby to the world and can be performed at weddings, burial ceremonies to give excellent send off to the dead. Put it differently, it carries different meanings according […]

Music Therapy can be a beneficial method for palliative patient care. Palliative care is specialized for people who are dealing with a life-threatening illness or disease. This type of care focuses on relieving the symptoms and stresses caused by the diagnosis. Music Therapy is a type of modality in which, the improvement of the quality […]

Introduction James Joyce’s story ‘The Dead’ tremendously affects the perusers, particularly the individuals who know about the political circumstance in Ireland at the time at which Joyce composed the last story in Dubliners. In his book, the history of Ireland is told. The conspicuous trademark he found in Ireland, and especially in Dublin, was the […]

In the process of maintaining good health and longer life, many people concentrate on medical consultancy, prescribed diets, and herbal supplements, but they overlook the importance friendship. Interestingly, friendship is one of the most powerful tools which can help improve recovery, reduce mental pressure, slow human aging, and facilitate longevity. Human identity, which consist of […]

Music plays an important role in our everyday lives. While not a necessity—like water or food—to many it is a daily activity that is part of your routine, just like brushing your teeth or showering. Many people have a favorite genre, whether it be rock or hip-hop; a favorite artist or band, such as The […]

       The protagonist in “Things Fall Apart” by Chinua Achebe, is Okonkwo he is a man who grew up with little to nothing in his pocket, nothing to inherit but, he made a name for himself. He was the first person to beat the fiercest wrestler in the village, “Amalinze was the great […]

The emotion anger, also known as wrath or rage, is an intense emotional state. It involves a strong uncomfortable and hostile response to a perceived provocation, hurt or threat. A person experiencing anger will often experience physical conditions, such as increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, and increased levels of adrenaline and noradrenaline. Some view […]

In the dystopian literature novel, The Giver, by Lois Lowry, the main character, Jonas, lives in a society where people have been robbed of all their choices and their emotions. Everyone looks similar and is manipulated to act similarly. Sameness is one of the most valued features of the community. Citizens are released if they […]

Psychological theories explaining media violence, threats and the effects have been established and they try to create awareness on the demerits of exposing the society to violent content. The Purge for example as a movie could have numerous effects on the viewers mostly the younger generation. These effects could either be long-term or short-term. These […]

Volunteering is in a decade-long decline in the United States. The population volunteering has decreased by four percent from 2005 to 2015. Four percent would look like a few percentages that do not have a critical impact on the whole volunteerism in the United States. Unfortunately, four percent is 13 million fewer people volunteering while […]

Community service can play a crucial role in our happiness, though many people do not take advantage of it. A lot of times people don’t want to waste their time with this, because it doesn’t benefit them financially. But sometimes the gain from community service can sometimes be more valuable than money itself. Not only […]

Generosity is the most natural outward expression of an inner attitude of compassion and loving-kindness (The Dalai Lama XIV). Decades ago, resources were being distributed to different places through trading. Scarcity was not a problem yet and people were living their lives to the fullest “ people owned big farms to supply the community with […]

The Things They Carried is a collection of stories fiction and nonfiction told by author Tim O’Brian. Through the narratives told through the eyes of his characters, it links them together because of what they carry, but paradoxically it distinguishes them as well. His recollection of short stories conveys the grotesqueness of the Vietnam War, […]

It is very unfortunate that many men and women who serve combat in the military come home suffering with a stress disorder. Soldiers in combat are typically educated on worst case scenarios and how to act on them, but once the soldiers are physically in a situation where there are casualties and extreme chaos everything […]

MANAGING SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER INTRODUCTION 1. The concept of fear dated back as far as 400 BC. During this time, Hippocrates, an ancient Greek physician described the overly shy person as “someone who loves darkness as life and thinks every man observes him”. When fear is persistent and exaggerated, it results to tension and stress […]

This course paper will delve into a case study involving a woman who was selected from an experiment involving depression after showing a higher positive outcome from said experiment. The Individual used in this case study was a White British woman in her 50’s named Theresa. She signed up for a computerized positive mental imagery […]

What does it mean to make an irrational decision? Loss aversion is eluded by behavorial economists as the inclination to unequivocally choose to avoid losses to acquire gains. This method to choices is vulnerable to taking alternate mental ways that can prompt unreasonable decisions. Circumstances that include probability are famously awful to apply heuristics. Any […]

In this day and age working adults and kids growing up in school have become more anxious these days. I have found that only a certain amount of kids are not afraid of interacting with other people. Most kids these days are becoming to have anxiety and social awkwardness. I propose that we as a […]

The human mind and the morals of any individual person, no matter how good and pure, can usually be swayed by the power of temptation and emotions. Sin, especially, is a significant factor that greatly affects the conscious of human beings. In the novel The Scarlet Letter, sin is portrayed as the fuel that begins […]

Organizational Behavior and Design Chapter 2 – Individual Behavior, Values & Personality MARS Model of Individual Behavior & Results (Pg 34) – Employee engagement covers all four MARS driven indv behavior and results – M (Motivation), A (Ability), R (Role Perceptions) and S (Situational Factors) have combined effect on individual performance o If any factor […]

Post-traumatic stress disorder also known as PTSD is a physiological condition caused by exposure to traumatic events in a human’s life experience. This condition is mostly diagnosed to those recognized as veterans. They have lived their life to serve but experience life’s most traumatic events while doing their job. For example, have you ever had […]

Eyre is a critique of gender roles, during the early Victorian era. Bront clearly reveals her feminist voice before the first wave of the feminist movement, which took place in the late 19th century. Bront critiques gender roles with the binary appeal of the female and male main and secondary characters, throughout this work. During […]

EMOTION STRUCTURE OF THE ISIXHOSA LANGUAGE GROUP IN SOUTH AFRICA. ABSTRACT Title: Emotion structure of the Isixhosa language group in South Africa. Key Terms: Emotions, emotion structure, similarity, prototype, dimensions, GRID, prototypicality, language group, cross cultural, cultural diversity and Isixhosa. OPSOMMING Titel: Emosiestruktuur van die Isixhoza taalgroep in Suid-Afrika. Sleutelterme: Emosie, emosiestruktuur, sinonieme, prototype, dimensies, […]

CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 INTRODUCTION This chapter is seeks to verify the limited studies into the relationship between EI and OP amongst librarians. There appears to be very little research, or study investigating the areas synthesizing library administration issues and the study of EI in information works. Although researchers allude to the need to […]

‘It is only when practitioners understand themselves and the conditions of their practice that they can begin to realistically see how they might respond differently.’ (Johns 2009 P16) The concept of reflection in learning is not new. It can be traced back as far as Aristotle’s discussions of ‘practical judgement and moral action’ in his […]

Measuring Emotion from Holiday Destination Homepages: An Australian Context Chapter 1: Introduction As use of the Internet has spread widely into our society, cyberspace has become an important part of our daily life (Hefley and Morris, 1995). According to a recent survey on Internet usage in the Australia, 56% of the total population used the […]

ABSTRACT: Call centers are most common mean by which the Organizations can reach out to their customers and this explains their rapid growth. Many projects have been focused on call centers in order to explain their management and performance from different perspective. In this project, I have attempted to identify the two main perspectives and […]

INTRODUCTION Tourism and hotel industry is growing among other world industries due to its significant impacts on the social and economic development of a region or country (Avelini, 2003, p. 130). The tourism industry worldwide generated US $ 944 billion sales in 2008. In year 2008, international tourists’ arrivals reached 922 million and World Tourism […]

Trait Paradigm of Psychology and How It Applies To the Measurement of Intelligence and Personality: An Explanation Іt hаѕ lоng bееn оbѕеrvеd thаt individuals dіffеr оnе frоm аnоthеr оn mаny psychological dіmеnѕіоnѕ. This is why Cervone and Lawrence (2007) say that traits, the primary unit of personality description, are relatively enduring ways in which individuals […]

2.0 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT Present since the dawn of civilization, management can be briefly defined as getting the work done with the least possible errors, through other people with the intention of achieving the targets. Different definitions of management have been given by eminent personalities, which are: Management refers to the process of getting activities […]

As per James E. Loehr corporate people are more of an athlete than any professional athlete because the demands of energy are greater for them as they are expected to work 10 to 12 hours a day while keeping focus, making no mistakes and same routine is expected the following day, which unsurprisingly lead to […]

The success of any organization, and in our case we will discussing that of a company, is the result of a healthy work environment which is based firstly on how motivated the employees are and to which extent they associate their own values and beliefs with the ones of the company. Being able to motivate […]

Essay on Motivation and Strength According to Landy and Becker (1987), “the psychological meaning of motivation is the internal mental state of a person which relates to the initiation, direction, persistence, intensity, and termination of behaviour”. The internal force or desire that drives an individual towards the achievement of a fixed goal. Since, motivation alone […]

A critical theoretical and visual analysis of my experience of work Within this assignment I will show a critical, theoretical and visual analysis of my work within a night club (OMG Bristol); I have currently worked there 7 months. Work is defined by (Fineman et al, 2010) as “somewhere you undertake a physical or mental […]

Guilt is an emotion which a person experiences when he believes to have violated a certain code of conduct. This often leads to regret in the later stages when the person owns up or takes responsibility for the same. This feeling of guilt according to psychologists is difficult to get rid of. It might in […]

Locke (1989) gives a wide-ranging explanation of job satisfaction as a pleasing or optimistic emotional condition resulting from appraisal of one’s job or job experience. According to Smith, Kendall and Hulin (1975), job satisfaction is the perceived characteristics of the job in relation to an individual’s frames of reference. Alternatives available in given situations, expectations, […]

Motivation derived from the word motive. Motivation general defined as the desires or willingness of actions and causes for acting or behaving in a certain way. Motivation is taking part in making decision and then carries out an action or behaviour. Motivation also helps people to overcome difficulty. In organization, motivation refers to the needs, […]

Stanford University classmate Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard founded HP in 1939. The company’s first product, bill in a Palo Alto garage, was an audio oscillator-an electronic test instrument use by sound engineers. One of HP’s first customers was Walt Disney Studios, which purchase eigh oscillators to develop and test an innovative sound system for […]

The purpose of this chapter is to present an overview of this study. It provides a special reference to the background of the study. Definition or the research issue, objectives of the study and the limitations of the research. The importance of theA Emotional IntelligenceA is also explained through this section. Finally the organization of the research […]

Investor behavior is one of the subjects that have been analyze aggressively through theoretical studies and empirical studies; which delivers different results from both point of view. Investor behavior study can be analysis made on demographics and psychographics of investors considering their age, gender, income group and other facts that influence investor decision making on […]

Outline some of the functions of language and comment on how language can be said to be a social instrument Throughout history, language “its origins, diversity, and dynamic nature” has fascinated scholars. Indeed, their fascination has even been preserved”just as most historical records have been”thanks to language itself. Undoubtedly, in language humans have their ultimate […]

Introduction In the modern world, self-service technologies (SST) have been implemented in the service industry. There are various types of SST services such as telephone-based technologies, online banking, internet-based interfaces etc. (Yen, 2005). Despite this huge rise in SST, it cannot be simply assumed that SST’s are always better than traditional services. As any other […]

Self Evaluation Upon Learning This paper describes a process of self-evaluation, reflection upon learning, and planning for future developments. As well as considering the learning points which have been successfully internalized over the course of the semester, it will incorporate reflection on strengths and weaknesses, and begin to outline future communication with putative employers. In […]

Make recommendations on how the impact of moral distress on nursing staff can be limited. What is moral distress? Moral distress is the state of psychological discomfort and distress that arises when an individual recognises that they have moral responsibility in a given situation, make a moral judgement regarding the best course of action but […]

Choose one event on loss and construct an academic essay supported by relevant academic sources INTRODUCTION This essay explores my experience of loss and grief after the death of my father in 1997 and how my grieving process relates to theories put forward to explain and deal with bereavement. Hall (2014) suggests that “loss and […]

Deathography Reflective Essay In life nothing is more inevitable than death, it simply cannot be avoided. Despite advances in medical sciences and increased longevity in the Western world, human life remains fragile as death can occur at any age in a myriad of circumstances. Grief follows the death of a loved one, is often cited […]

Injured Athletes Use of Self-Talk. A sports injury can be serious and cause profound physical and emotional distress. The physical aspects of the injury can even contribute to loss of a sports career. The emotional stress of a sports injury can result in affects such as anxiety and depression which result in obstacles to healing […]

The novel Jane Eyre is predominantly a bildungsroman, Jane’s development throughout the novel is one of the most important aspects of the narrative. During Jane’s time at Thornfield she makes huge emotional progress through her relationship with Rochester and the discovery of Bertha Mason, eventually resulting in her departure from Thornfield. In chapter 11 when […]

QUESTION 1: In contemporary psychology, the Big Five Personality Inventory of personality are five broad domains or dimensions of personality which are used to describe human personality. The Big five factors are Openness to Experience, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism. The Big Five structure was derived from statistical analyses of which traits tend to co-occur […]

Essay on Black Dog By Penelope Lively Brenda Case is a mid-age housewife with personal problems. The English modern short story “Black Dog”, written by Penelope Lively, portrays Mrs. Case as being a frustrated woman with a peculiar manner, besides this she has difficulties to adapt within the society’s norms. This is probably because Brenda […]

Running Head: TOUCH, PAIN, ACUPUNCTURE Sensory Deficit of Touch, its Pain and Acupuncture Applied Learning Paper Debra A. Hankerson Abstract This writer will be exploring the topic, Is acupuncture an effective therapeutic treatment for the chronic pain associated with the sensory deficit of touch? Touch will be explored; what it is, causes for deficit of […]

Name: __________________________ Date: _____________ |1. |British civil service workers in executive positions live longer than those in clerical positions. This best illustrates the | | |value of: | |A) |emotion-focused coping. | |B) |the general adaptation syndrome. | |C) |spontaneous remission. | |D) |perceived control. | |2. Compared with nonsmokers, smokers experience: | |A) |higher […]

Suad Abdulahi Perspective 2002 B. Payne 4. 28. 2010 The Effects of Child Sexual Abuse What is child sexual abuse? The term child sexual abuse is somewhat ambiguous, covering a broad spectrum of acts and meanings, but according to Finkelhor “general, legal and research definitions require two elements: (1) sexual activity involving a child and […]

Introduction It is important to know how to manage stress. Stress comes in when pressure in the mind more than it can comprehend. Stress may involve physical effects because the body releases hormones in response to anxiousness. The short-term effects of stress may include headaches, fatigue, behavioral changes, and the releases the Fight or flight […]

Robert Lee Frost was an award winning American poet. He was an extremely successful poet that was known as a tragic poet. Frost uses ordinary speech in his poetry in hopes of making sense to readers and uses a lot of ordinary, everyday situations in his poetry. Even after dealing with much tragedy in his […]

Managing emotions in the field of nursing is an important attribute to possess. Nursing comes with the emotional stress that comes with dealing the feelings of patients who are seeking health care. The trauma is associated with the turmoil and anguish of pain or the emotional instability in patients who are trying to cope with […]

In the poem “The Friend” by Marge Piercy, the speaker expresses the most common scenario when people seek acceptance and affection from others even though they may not want to have any type of affiliation by their a yearning. The poem seems to represent conversations between friends; the tone of this poem is serious and […]

In To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee uses diction and symbolism to promote the theme that coming-of-age requires time for reflection to accept the painful truth. In chapter 11, Atticus delivers the news of Mrs. Dubose’s death to Jem to which he responds with the word “well.” Harper Lee uses “well” to imply Jem’s feeling […]

Abstract Empathy is a trait that pushes the world in a positive direction. This trait can be defined as being able to understand and feel what someone else is going through as if you experienced it yourself. Children can often be brutally honest and the candor in their comments can lead to the harm of […]

The Significance of Childhood and Teen Depression Everyone encounters moments when they feel gloomy or unhappy. These are normal emotions that are a part of being a human. It is difficult, however, for people to notice the difference between feelings of sadness and feelings of depression. Depression is a self-destructing, unhealthy disorder that produces a […]

Abstract I observed a 5 years old child named Dylan at one of my friend’s daughter birthday. The child is a male. Dylan is of Spanish descent and was born here as I heard from his parents. He is a bit chubby and big in size. He was a very playful young boy throughout the […]

Emotions are feelings and behaviors that can be observed. They guide how people act and react to everyday situations. Emotional intelligence is described as someone’s ability to control impulses dealing with emotions, acknowledge their own emotions and acknowledge emotions in others, and help create better relationship skills (Morrison, 2007). The higher one’s emotional intelligence, the […]

Failure is such a harsh and intimidating experience and thought to a developing mind. I recall the first time I felt out of control as life took over and I had no option but to fail. As we go through life, failing in that moment brings panic, sadness and even fear but at the end […]

American citizens are familiar with the words The Second Amendment, and speak about it with strong feelings. Gun control and gun rights has become more of a controversial issue since the recent increase in mass shootings, deaths, and injuries. In ‘Repeal the Second Amendment’, Ron Elving argues that although many American citizens want more gun […]

Behavioral therapies are based on the theory of classical conditioning. The principle of behavioral therapy is all behavior is learned. Faulty learning (i.e. conditioning) is the cause of anomalous behavior. The aim of the behavioral therapy is to focus on current behavioral issues and on efforts to remove the undesirable behaviors. Behavioral therapy has clear […]

In this essay I will be discussing about the causes of drug abuse from seven perspectives of psychology. Drug abuse is the state of using drugs habitually. Drug abuse affects every community and life of individual itself and his/her family. According to a research (Dube, 2003) various reasons cause drug abuse, one of them is […]

Something I have struggled with ever since I was young is worry. I was homeschooled for a large portion of my life, and finally attended a brick-and-mortar school in 2nd grade. I would experience constant worry throughout the two years I was there. I would worry about almost anything and everything. It could be a […]

In this essay I will be talking about The Cameraman’s Revenge by Ladislas Starevich, which is a widely known and very notable stop motion animation that was something very new and very impressive for its time. I chose this piece for this essay as I admire the animator’s history and because I consider this animation […]

Being poor in a country sets an individual’s life up to be filled with the longing for a better life. That desire can lead to the destruction of one’s family or goals. It can cause strain on an individual’s minds. Throughout the play, A Raisin in the Sun published in 1959, Lorraine Hansberry, illustrates the […]

Embracing individuality has become more of a nuisance in society rather than a declarative freedom. In Andrew Solomon’s,Son, differences have created a huge social divide between strangers, but more importantly amongst families as well. Solomon highlights the idea that family structures are corroborated by a parent’s inability to accept the ‘illnesses’ of their own children […]

Prominent genres of literature and excellent films interchangeably preserve and commemorate the idea that education exists as an admirable opportunity to ignite in oneself the spark of knowledge. However today, students regard the fortuitous chance to travel along the path of success to school as a duty rather than a favorable circumstance. This idea emerged […]

Abstract With 20% of America’s population suffering from one anxiety disorder or another each year, these ailments need to be addressed and treated as effectively as possible. Anxiety causes a significant increase in a person’s risks for other health issues including substance abuse, heart disease, and more (News in Health, 2016). With such dire statistics, […]

My first anxiety attack was in freshman year, when I was going to be late to class because I was trying to print out a paper for second period. I remember it like it was yesterday. I was sitting down in my seat physically shaking. I tried to control my leg bouncing rapidly, but I […]

When athletes prepare for a competition or performance, mental health is often neglected and not given a second thought. The athlete will condition their body, physically readying themselves to be pushed during competition. However, it might be worthwhile if athletes asked themselves how their mental health could affect their performance. Various studies have been conducted […]

Generalized Anxiety DisorderSarah is eighteen years old. She frequently has migraines, difficulty sleeping, and muscle pains that are unable to be alleviated. Sarah experiences severe difficulty in social interactions, asking questions, and processing stress. From the time she was ten years old, Sarah could not control her overthinking, worry, or fear. This worry often interfered […]

The average human blinks about 15-20 times per minute. This would result in 1,200 blinks an hour, and an astounding 28,800 blinks in a day. (Cronin, 2012) Now, when have you ever had to remind yourself to blink? The answer to this should across the board be virtually never. Our brain automatically tells our body […]

The dangers of war far extend passed the physical repercussions of its battles. This is true in all aspects. As a nuclear bomb can make a habitat unlivable for centuries to come, this is nothing compared to the emotional pain a soldier derives from guilt, fear, or anxiety. These feelings trump any tangible side effects […]

Throughout human history, prejudice and discrimination have existed. Prejudice refers to the irrational and inflexible attitudes that members of a particular group hold about members of another group (Sibley and Duckitt 248). Prejudices are either harmful or positive. Both forms of prejudice are usually preconceived by the people who hold them and are extremely difficult […]

During our species’ trajectory in the history of our world, prejudice and discrimination have been present. Prejudice can be described as the irrational and adamant attitudes and thoughts that members of a specific group hold about members of another group (Sibley and Duckitt 248). Prejudices can be harmful or positive. Both types of prejudice are […]

Professionalism is the way a person acts or conducts themselves in a place of structure, such as a workplace, school, or place of business. Professionalism is not subjected to a specific set of people but is a standard for everyone in an outfitted environment. Professionalism represented by any individual who shows consideration, and respect in […]

There are about five million families around The United States alone that are affected by Alzheimer’s disease. This disease affects not only the person with the disease but also their family. By gaining too much stress as the family member or loved one taking care of this person it can cause health issues for ones […]

Abstract People often overlook the importance of animals in the process of psychological healing. Animals have been used for decades as emotional and social cushions for people with debilitating ailments. Service dogs and animal-assisted therapy are a growing cultural phenomenon, as a common tool for increasing physical and mental wellness. These tools have been most […]

Us of this paper will be on clarifying the distinction between feeling sad and being depressed as well as will demonstrate the ways in which having depression is a barrier to effective verbal and nonverbal communication specifically in married couples. Dysfunctional communication such as lack of nonverbal immediacy cues, negative word choice, inappropriate self-disclosure, and […]

Sadness isn’t an inclination nor is it a feeling. It is a dysfunctional behavior that influences numerous individuals. It has been around for a large number of years. Melancholy comes in numerous structures. It influences all Races, ethnicities, and religions. Despondency is a serious psychological maladjustment that influences Millions around the globe. Misery is characterized […]

Depression takes a toll in today’s world of emerging adults because of being depressed in the past or currently going through it. Emerging adults are those who are currently entering adulthood; ages 18 through 25. Many teens and soon to be adults are already going through depression and don’t like to mention it. Others may […]

It is observed that purchasing items on a whim makes a person feel happy. Researchers argue that emotion is a key factor in making an impulsive purchase. People often feel happy when they are out shopping. Most women spend their free time in malls. Over the span of just one week they can visit a […]

As teenagers, we make decisions everyday that affect our current and future happiness. We balance difficult classes and a plethora of extracurriculars in hopes to secure our future while simultaneously trying to enjoy our day-to-day lives. But, how are we supposed to search for something when we don’t truly know what it is we’re looking […]

The term intelligence means to observe and deal with the different situation. Everyone is different from others, like they have different personalities and state of mind. Beside this emotions are short an intense. Intelligence has been an area of considerable research and debate. According to Solvey & Mayer Emotional Intelligence (EI) “It is a skill […]

It is a word which we use almost every day to characterize the behavior of other people and sometimes even for ourselves. Aggression is a range of behaviors that is intended to harm another individual who does not wish to be harmed. This definition includes three features. Aggression is how you respond or behave and […]

The 20th century marked a time of great growth and expansion. In those 100 years, the world saw an unbelievable amount of change: decolonization, the two world wars, the nuclear age and space exploration, the Cold War conflicts, poverty reduction, world population growth and the rising awareness of the degrading health of our environment. It […]

In todays society, emotional intelligence is described as a type of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor personal and individuals emotions, to judge among them, and to use the resources to guide personal cognitive abilities. Research shows that emotional intelligence can be learned and strengthen, why others say its a natural characteristic. Emotional […]

ABSTRACT The study investigated the gender differences in emotional intelligence (EQ) within the STEM sector. 2,400 participants were taken in total from JCA Global with an age range from 10 to 59. An online Emotional Intelligence Profile (EIP) self-report questionnaire was set-up on JCA Hub and questionnaire links would be sent to JCA client or […]

According to Raz (2014), emotional intelligence is defined as our ability to receive and process, and respond to emotions. Emotional intelligence is an incredibly important part of communicating with others, both in a personal and professional environment. It can have a great impact on ones ability to lead and manage an organization or team. Additionally, […]

Emotion can be understood from a neurological, cognitive, or behavioral point of view. Neurological perspective focus on both the patient and the medical practitioner. The patient who has a disorder of emotion following a brain damage, to the doctor who has been so busy over night without rest. Cognitive approaches explain emotion in ways that […]

Emotional Intelligence plays a vital role in our everyday lives and in the field of Social Work. Tony Morrison quotes Golemans definition of Emotional Intelligence as being able to motivate one-self and persist in the face of frustrations; to control impulse and delay gratification, to regulate ones moods and keep distress from swamping the ability […]

Emotional analytics are involved in every action, decision and judgment that we undertake. People with emotional intelligence recognize this and use it to manage their life. In the course of the last two decades, this concept has become a very important indicator of a person?s knowledge, skills and abilities in the workplace, school and personal […]

Emotional intelligence is being aware of ones emotions as well as being able to handle interpersonal judiciously and empathetically. This is extremely important and without it people would have a difficult time communicating with one another. Not knowing or understanding what emotional intelligence is can lead a person to miss the most fundamental social and […]

Emotional intelligence, unlike IQ, can increase and evolve over time depending on a persons desire to learn and grow. Emotional Intelligence is absolutely essential in the formation, development, maintenance, and enhancement of close personal relationships (Ni, 2014). Emotional intelligence affects both professional and personal life. In both cases, emotional intelligence can make or break relationships, […]

According to Erikson, early adulthood is the period in the wake of the adolescent emphasis upon identity formation, ‘the young adult, emerging from the search for and insistence on identity, is eager and willing to fuse their identity with that of others. They are ready for intimacy, that is, the capacity to commit to concrete […]

According to the Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, happiness is a state of wellbeing and contentment (Merriam-Webster). Arguably, happiness is the ultimate desire of human beings. It is a given that achieving happiness entails increasing pleasure while, at the same time, decreasing pain. While this argument may be, it has also been argued that happiness encompasses experiencing […]

In Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, it follows the Umuofian tribesman Okonkwo. Okonkwo was a man who thought highly of pride and was a significant man in the tribe. The tribe of Umuofia saw Okonkwo as a man with a bad temper. Okonkwo had a quick hand towards his wives and children. He was […]

By studying different researches, it was explored that these emotional competences develop from general level to more complicated level and with the development of human growth, they become better in implementation and functioning with various type of concern such as family and business. It is not easy to evaluate emotional intelligence and its components which […]

Emotional intelligence, a form of social intelligence encompasses an individuals capability to monitor their own and others emotions; using that information to guide their actions or thinking (Salovey & Mayer, 1990). In everyday encounters, we are consistently intermingling with other members of society. These encounters have a major effect on our emotions; which is why […]

In this article, the researchers are studying emotional intelligence and how it affects people in a social standpoint as well as how it helps motivate the emotions in others in certain situations. What is also being researched is that what is the main difference between BAS and BIS. The hypothesis and predictions that are done […]

Have you ever heard the saying dont let your emotions get the best of you? We have all been in a situation where we become stressed out and let our emotions take over our decision making. The best way to understand how someone can control his/her emotions is to understand emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence (EI) […]

Social Constructionist theory, Symbolic theory and Emotion-Focused Practice Theory discussed in the following paper, only touches a small scale of the wide scope of the Theories of Emotional Intelligence. Researchers are finding more information to prove their stance, including using MRI machines and biological testing. The idea is to have emotional stability, while living, working […]

The ability to control ones emotions is typically disregarded outside of psychological terms in a professional setting. In fact, very few people seem to consider how well they recognize and maintain their own emotions. The ability to do so is called emotional intelligence, which, as defined professionally, is the ability to identify and manage your […]

 An individual of society may go through a lot of changes and experiences during their lifetimes. From the moment the person is born, society ends up playing a huge role on shaping their social interactions, their behaviors, their morals and the things that end up driving their decisions; whether it is love, education, success, wealth, […]

Many people today believe your IQ, intelligence quotient, is more important than your EQ, emotional quotient or intelligence, however I do not believe this. Emotional intelligence is ones understanding of their feelings and emotions as well as those of others. Emotional intelligence also gives you the ability to control and evaluate your emotions. A persons […]

Researchers made an impressive and extensive study on a human being and its effect regarding intelligence and emotional state on the people. They also found out that there is two different type of emotional intelligence, ability EI, and trait EI. According to H. Toyama and S. Mauno Psychological Research, the theory of EI describes an […]

Emotional intelligence is understanding the feelings of others, understanding your own feelings, and using those understandings to approach situations in a thoughtful manner. One of my strongest emotional skills is empathy, where I can understand what others are feeling and what they are going through. If someone is feeling down I can help them because […]

Throughout one’s life, we are destined to experience a vast variety of circumstances which will ultimately affect what we feel as a result, though we as a society seem to strive to achieve happiness above other emotions or experiences. (Gilbert) Blaise Pascal has alleged that happiness acts as an essential motivator for us as humans, […]

Emotional intelligence is the ability to manage, connect and influence your emotions and those of others. In other words, is using emotional information to navigate in social environment. Although it has been defined in many ways, interest in this field has increased greatly over the last decade. In the past ten years, emotional intelligence has […]

The Entrepreneurship is the process of designing launching and running a new business , which is often initially a small business. The people who create this businesses are called Enterpreneur. It is redolent with the passion, energy, and creativity dascribed to the men and women who forge new business ventures by discovering, generating, and stimulating […]

Intelligence doesn’t mean that someone is simply “smart.” It does not mean that someone is intelligent if they have a high IQ or gets straight A’s on their report card. It also does not mean that someone with intelligence can do all things well. There is more to intelligence than what our society has portrayed […]

Allison MillerDenver School of NursingHendrie Weisinger is one of the emotional intelligence theorists. He is a licensed psychologist trained in counseling, both school and organized psychology. He also does marriage, family and child counseling (Weisinger, 2018). Dr. Weisinger was the originator or criticism training and one of the experts in anger management (Weisinger, 2018). He […]

The given literature review will explore the nature of the relationship between anxiety, depression, and procrastination in students and aim at finding proof to the claim that procrastination does not only become the negative outcome of depression and anxiety in students, but also the main reason of the appearance of such a maladaptive outcomes of […]

One of the biggest time killers is procrastination. When it comes to doing homework it is like my mind dazes off to Wonderland and Netflix calls out my name. According to Whitebourne, The Paradox of Procrastination, About twenty percent of adults have regular bouts of procrastination, but as many as perhaps seventy to ninety percent […]

Procrastination: a study in its features, cause and solutions We may easy to find such a person that he never started his work until there are few days before deadline, and when he made up his mind to start his work at the beginning, he would always be distracted by other stuffs. He may get […]

As Benjamin Franklin once said; You may delay, but time will not. One of the most challenging hurdles in an average personr’s day to day life is procrastination. It is defined as delaying urgent tasks for something which one seeks enjoyment, putting unimportant tasks before the important ones. Putting off tasks may feel beneficial for […]

This community is perfectly planned out, a place in what seems to be perfect community, In this community from the age of one your life is already planned out. Your childhood will last until the age of 12, this when you receive your job assignments. You will work with no worries about difficult, no choices, […]

Teenage years; a quest for self identity, a sense of self. In trying to find themselves, itr’s not uncommon to find a teenager experimenting with smoking, drugs, and sex. Teenagers use vulgar language, and are more rebellious than they were in their earlier years. In A Catcher in the Rye, a 16 year old boy […]

The Giver Utopia Essay

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Some say perfection is the key to life, but not everyoner’s perfect is the same. The Giver portrays Sameness as a utopian society, perfect world. It has removed war, prejudice, racism, and poverty. All things that we would like to extinguish from our known society. Because of this no one would feel incapacitate which is […]

Imagine living in a world designed to be free of conflicts and hunger? When fragments of memories are taken out from oner’s consciousness, how does one think and feel? When life is devoid of colors, will there be genuine happiness can be drawn out of sheer blandness? What is family when love is strange and […]

The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. This quote by Marcel Proust speaks of discovering whatr’s right in front of you by seeing it differently, with new eyes. In The Giver, Jonas, the main character goes through the same thing when discovering his Capacity to See […]

Procrastination in College Students and Its Effects Do you ever find yourself waiting until the last minute to complete assignments? If you do, you are not alone. Many college students have a tendency to procrastinate on assignments. For most, procrastination can have negative consequences and can be harmful to their academic success, but for some […]

While the word “value” is always used to express the monetary worth of something as a price tag, yet using the word in the context of life has a totally different meaning. By the same token, the word “life” seems to be quite simple. However, if you look at it closely, you will see that […]

Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and its functions, especially those whose behavior is affected in their given circumstance. It basically focuses on the mental or behavioral characteristics of an individual or group. In other words, psychology analyzes the mind and behavior of individuals and groups and it plays a role in […]

Procrastination is one of the biggest problems in our generation and for students in higher education it is even worse. College students need to organize work, school, and family activities and any delaying behavior from within can cause a disturbance such as social media. This action is called procrastination and it can make issues in […]

Romanticism in British Literature Romantic as a term, has come to mean many things, and that in itself means nothing at all, the variety of the possible meanings all reflect the complexity of romanticism, and the ideals it represents. Romanticism started around the start of the french revolution and and reflected opposite ideals of the […]

Have you ever put something aside and forget about it only to remember it at the last second? This my friend is Procrastination, a very annoying little thing that if left unattended to can become a massive problem. Procrastination can tear your life apart! -Dangers Procrastination Can Pose Procrastination if not dealt with can have […]

Poetry is a style of writing many people used to express themselves during the Romanticism period. In class, we learned about poetry during the Romanticism period and also read a poem called Nature by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. This poem has many characteristics of the Romantic literary period. A few of the characteristics that stand out […]

The Romanticism and Gothic Movement have been around since the 18th century. The Romanticism Movement was between the 18th and 19th century which was during the Enlightenment. The Gothic Movement was first use in a story called The Castle of Otranto. Both Romanticism and Gothic have multiple things in common, and how authors use both […]

J.K Rowling, a very prominent author who shared her own struggle with setbacks and touched on the immense feelings she encountered during her personal journey to becoming a published author, Depression is the most unpleasant thing I have ever experienced. It is that absence of being able to envisage that you will never be cheerful […]