Expert Author: Shannon Knapp
In the field of psychology Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Equine Assisted Learning offer a unique opportunity to explore your emotional habits and behaviors with the help of horses. EAP and EAL can teach us about our personal styles of communication, leadership and relationship.
Expert Author: Clive Green
Borderline Personality Disorder is a mental disorder that requires the adjustment of individuals and their loved ones. It requires that their loved ones learn how to avoid them when in hyper-hysteric fits and it requires that the individuals with the disorder learn to avoid their family when they are tempted to do them emotional harm. In time, the solution of problem avoidance isn't enough however.
Expert Author: Abigail Franks
Panic attacks come on at any time of the day or night. If you're ever been so scared and out of control, then you've probably had a taste of what a panic attack feels like to the typical sufferer. Ever feel as if you were in immanent danger and had to flee? That's kind of what a panic attack feels like. It comes on strong, scares the heck out of you, and it's gone.
Expert Author: Lance E. Ong
Many people have given up on their dreams... they say, "Dreaming is only for the rich. When you have money, you can dream. When you have no money, don't dream."
Expert Author: Sparky Hrelek
Subliminal messages have many uses. Some are good and many are bad. Since I am a positive person I want to in the next few paragraphs think about all of the potentially good uses of these messages to our sub-conscious.
Expert Author: Phil Bate PhD
Theories abut the unconscious mind and how it works to get sick and be cured. There are thousands of theories about what the unconscious mind is and can do. Some believe that it is the "soul" of the person, and is unique to we humans. It separates us from the "lower" animals on this planet. Others believe further that it makes us unique in the universe, but in my opinion (IMO), that 's just our ego.
Expert Author: C.F. Bettridge
In a world where mediocrity is becoming alarmingly common, it's a refreshing change to encounter people who are willing to go the extra mile. If we are lucky we encounter such people on a daily basis. A checkout clerk who is particularly courteous, a co-worker who helps you do something not in their job description, or even a family member who does something to lighten your load.
Expert Author: C.F. Bettridge
Learning how to create abundance in your life is about much more than gathering financial abundance. Abundance is a fundamental facet of nature too. Abundance is apparent in nature; one only needs to look at a field of flowers or wild fruit to understand how nature can be generous to the point of waste.
Expert Author: Johnny Kicklighter
The philosophy of self-esteem is probably the most influential doctrine to arrive on the scene in Christendom's recent history. It has had as much affect, if not even more, on evangelical Christianity than the modern tongues movement that surfaced in the late 1960's. Has self-esteem psychology replaced what the church used to teach about man's sinfullness?
Expert Author: Susan Wellington
The word archetype is actually derived from the Latin and Greek languages, but the world of psychiatry, particularly the work of Carl Jung, is what brought the word into common usage.
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