7 Things You Should Never Apologize For
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7 Things You Should Never Apologize For

Have you ever felt guilty for doing something that made you happy? Have others in your life made you feel bad about things that aren’t even your fault or not a fault at all? Having the humility and decency to admit and apologize for our mistakes is an admirable quality to have. We are raised […]

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10 Mental Illness Signs You Should Not Ignore
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10 Mental Illness Signs You Should Not Ignore

Hey Psych2Goers, do you remember the last time you felt sad, anxious, or scared that you were somehow off? You’re not alone, even if it may feel like it. The National Alliance on Mental Illness, or NAMI, reports sometimes a funk or rough patch can be a sign of something much deeper. This video represents […]

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Schizoaffective Disorder?…What is it?
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Schizoaffective Disorder?…What is it?

hi psychology so we know you’ve heard of schizophrenia but have you ever heard of schizoaffective disorder or have you ever met anyone who lives with schizoaffective disorder it’s not surprising if you haven’t heard of it as the national alliance on mental illness NAMI reports only 0.3 percent of the us population or 981 […]

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What Your Favorite Color Says About You?
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What Your Favorite Color Says About You?

Do you have a habit of leaving work and chores to the last minute? Do you have trouble managing your time? We have a solution for that. Thanks to our sponsor, Skillshare. It’s a great place where you can learn new things with their online classes, and they have courses on animation as well. Watch […]

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Trait Theory – History of Personality Psychology
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Trait Theory – History of Personality Psychology

the words personality and trait go hand-in-hand whenever you take online quizzes about your personality you probably get some traits as your answer well these quizzes show us how we’re different from other people but sometimes we share the same answers as our friends and our neighbors in this the video I’m gonna be discussing […]

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What even is “Self-Actualization”? – Humanistic Theory
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What even is “Self-Actualization”? – Humanistic Theory

what makes you entirely unique from any other person on this planet well one might argue that every person is uniquely the sub of every experience that they’ve had we have all witnessed different things we were taught specific lessons or experience certain events that have shaped how we make decisions and how we display […]

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when you meet someone for the first time
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when you meet someone for the first time

take your time to check their I call it this extra second or two will help you maintain eye contact just for the right the time it’ll instantly make you more likable and increase your charm if you want someone to enjoy a hard task don’t promise them any kind of reward it may sound […]

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How to teach empathy to a child
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How to teach empathy to a child

Having empathy on the part of parents is essential for the child to develop himself. This learning requires a lot of patience, listening, sharing and an ability to curb his desire to take control of the situation. Empathy is an emotion that allows us to care about the consequences of our actions on others. It makes us feel remorse after an […]

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How to survive angry tantrums
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How to survive angry tantrums

It’s not easy to keep calm when a little one rolls on the floor, between the shelves of a supermarket. But some techniques of mindfulness can help us stay calm and react effectively so that the crisis dissipates as quickly as possible.   If you are a parent of a little one, you know that it […]

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My child is hyperactive, how to help?
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My child is hyperactive, how to help?

Always in good shape, the hyperactive child has trouble keeping up and often puts the patience of his parents to the test. How to adapt your daily life? How to facilitate learning? How to react without getting excited about some of his behaviors?   Once the diagnosis of hyperactivity posed often come for the parents the relief, the […]

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Learn to manage the aggressiveness of children
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Learn to manage the aggressiveness of children

Aggressive behaviors are quite common among children, especially at the age of 18-20 months. There are techniques to guide little ones and help them manage their frustration that does not involve shouting or punishment. Behavioral problems in children , especially aggression, do not generate much empathy. We often tend to believe that these behaviors reflect poor education. But, as the New York […]

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