Who Do You Admire?

Who do You Admire?

Admiration is described as a human emotion elicited by people of competency, talent, or skill exceeding common standards - knowing this, who do you admire? Which leader has inspired you most in the past? The answer my be simple for some…

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Ten Ways to Interpret Fear: The Philosophy of the Psychological Reference

Ten Ways to Interpret Fear: The Philosophy of the Psychological Reference

What fear brings along for one person, doesn’t bring for another. Tremble or sweat, mumble or silenzio stampa, we all express it our own way. Fear is not only a temporary and occasionally emotion, being classified as a feeling, a…

Self Love

Self Love

Practicing self love can be challenging for many of us, especially in times when we face serious challenges. It’s not about being self-absorbed or narcissistic, it’s about getting in touch with ourselves, our well-being and our happiness. Feelings of powerlessness, helplessness, and…

Law Of Attraction

Law Of Attraction

The Law of Attraction : "Whatever you believe in, will become your reality."  You always act according to your deepest beliefs, whether they are true or not. And all your beliefs have been taught. At some point in time, you…

Perseverent

Are You Perseverent ?

In the world where many expect instant results, and quick financial success, they forget :  95% of success comes from pure perseverance, tenacity and the courage to pursue the dreams that keep us awake. "Success is not final, failure is…

Sport and religion

Is Sport a Religion?

Psychologists are closing in on the conclusion that sport has many of the same effects on spectators as religion does [Barber, 2012]. Daniel Wann [2001], a leading sport psychologist at Murray State University, and his co-authors said: "The similarities between…

Appreciation and Gratitude

Appreciation and Gratitude

This one is all about appreciation and gratitude. We all have that mental list of people who create things that bring us joy - artists, musicians, writers, and others - and we often don't express that joy directly to them.…

Psychology and Forgiveness

Psychology and Forgiveness

Psychologists generally define forgiveness as a conscious, deliberate decision to release feelings of resentment or vengeance toward a person or group who has harmed you, regardless of whether they actually deserve your forgiveness. Think of something that's been bugging you…