psychology

consciousness

How To Practice Shadow Work?

Shadow work is that it is not about reaching a higher state of consciousness, but about aligning oneself. I think shadow work increases your frequency, which means that you will be attracted to better things and your dreams will manifest more easily due to the law of attraction. Most people find that mindfulness helps, and

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anxiety

What Is Clinical Psychology?

Clinical psychology is a broad field defined by the American Psychological Association (APA) as a field of psychology that specializes in the treatment of mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder. Clinical psychologists are trained to assess, identify, and treat a full range of psychological diagnoses, including those considered the most

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abuse

What Is Emotional Abuse?

Emotional abuse is extremely dangerous and harmful to a person’s well-being, and often has lifelong psychological effects. The abusive partner uses emotional abuse to gain and maintain power in the relationship, and their behavior is likely to escalate over time. People in abusive relationships tend to blame themselves for the abuse, believing that they must

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anxiety

What Is Juanic Psychology/ The Shadow Psychology?

Juanic psychology, the shadow or shadow aspect, can refer to an unconscious aspect of our personality that is identified not by the conscious self but by its unconscious aspects. A shadow is a person who is not fully conscious, as one tends to reject the least desirable aspects of one’s personality, but remains conscious of

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aggressive

What Is Antisocial Personality Disorder (ASPD)?

When we speak of an antisocial, we usually mean a person who has difficulty integrating and identifying with society, or who has no direct interest in it. In other words, antisocial personality disorder is a personality disorder, not just antisocial traits. People with antisocial personality disorder tend to disregard authority, laws and other people’s rights.

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behavior

What Is Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)?

While one can joke about it or take it lightly, premenstrual syndrome, or what might be called PMS, is an official syndrome consisting of symptoms related to the monthly menstrual cycle. PMS refers to the physical, psychological and behavioral symptoms that occur during this time. PMS is extremely common and affects three out of four

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abuse

What Is Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD)?

Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) is one of several types of psychological disorder that affect the personality. Most people have met or begged someone who seems to be selfish and always wants to be showered with attention and admiration. Narcissistic personality disorders, however, involve a person’s tendency to be the center of attention. Narcissistic personality disorder

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anxiety

What Is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy is able to treat mental health problems by talking to you about your states, moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. It helps you take control of your life and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills. Psychotherapy can help anyone who may be affected by the stresses and conflicts of life, such as those

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acceptance

What Are The Stages Of Grief ?

In order to help us to recognize and understand what we might feel, psychiatrist Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has introduced a five-step mourning model in her book Mourning and the Mourning Process. The model suggests that people go through five stages of grief after a loss: denial, anger, haggling, depression, and acceptance. It explains them in a

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anxiety

What Is A Panic Attack?

Panic attacks can occur at any time, but the potential to have one can worry those with panic disorder about when the next will occur. Panic attacks are usually characterized by a sense of loss of control, even if there is no real danger. In a panic attack, it is common for the person to

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