Tag: psychology

ADHD’s Impact on Men in Relationships

Men who struggle with ADHD are often met with distinctive challenges within their relationship that other men don’t face. Unfortunately, though there’s a lot of information for women on this issue, men’s ADHD traits are often ignored.

The Desire for Fame and Mental Illness

One of the most intriguing aspects of our lives is discovering our purpose. Varying from culture to culture, our life’s purpose is ultimately the decider of everything placed before us. From the decisions we make, to the emotions we feel, to our concept of what a successful life is. Though not all will come out

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The Hypotheses of Schizophrenia

When one develops the psychiatric disorder known as schizophrenia, it disrupts regular cognitive abilities and conducts [1]. Normally, people aren’t diagnosed with the condition until their late-teens or throughout their adult life. Though, there are instances where children suffer from schizophrenia. When the mental illness initially makes its appearance, there are two distinct set of

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How Does PTSD Effect Sexual Assault Survivors?

A guide on sexual assault and the effects it has due to PTSD.

The Role of Society’s Expectations in Mental Health

“All the worlds a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits, and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts.” – William Shakespeare When the great playwright said this, he was discussing just what we’re about to talk about today; social expectations. For a moment, consider

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What is a Bipolar Disorder?

A bipolar disorder, sometimes known as manic depression, is a mental health condition where those who suffer experience intense mood swings. Typically, an emotional high known as mania or hypomania and an emotional low known as depression. Both of these opposing emotions can come at random instances and are usually uncontrollable. Each of them has

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An Analysis of the School Shooting Phenomenon

A deeper look into what makes individuals want to commit mass murder.

The Millennial Obsession with Fame

The Superego and Social Media Recently, I wrote an article for an upcoming magazine which entails of how social media is affecting the modern generation’s psychology. Within┬áthe piece, I referred heavily to Sigmund Freud’s theory of the ego, superego, and ID. After some reflection on the research, I began to really see how this theory

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