There are unmistakable signs with which we show ourselves and others that we feel a physical attraction towards someone. It is good to know what these signals are that are repeated in a common way in almost all of us to be able to control them at a certain moment in our favor.
At this very moment, there are people taking a selfie all over the world. Social networks are flooded with selfies or self-portraits, both individual and group, of celebrities and anonymous. It's funny to immortalize special moments and share them with the rest of the planet, but when this behavior is abused, something can start to go wrong.
In general, nobody likes to get up early. We associate this routine with having to go to boring jobs, desperate classes or activities that do not arouse any interest. Therefore, we consider them a waste of time and would prefer to stay comfortably relaxed under the duvet.
In her book: Awakening the Heroes Within, Carol Pearson, a Jungian educator and author, develops characteristics of different archetypes. In this case we will explore the sage archetype. Of course it is necessary to clarify again that the archetype is a concept coined by Jung to refer to the original images, or certain a priori models that are part of our collective heritage.
Sometimes our body attitude shows our state of mind and in most cases it is not the state of mind that we must have to be able to face the things of daily life. We propose something quite original and also fully demonstrated by the Behavioral Psychology .
(Spoiler Warning) Marriage Story (Marriage Story) is a film directed by Noah Baumbach that explores a family's transition through separation and divorce. From the psychological point of view a divorce implies a crisis, a rupture, where something that is given breaks, even if it has been in tension for a long time.
Downton Abbey is an English series that premiered in 2010 and ended in 2015. The series narrates the life of an English aristocratic family and their servants, showing the links between them, family secrets, social differences and the circumstances of the time.
The Land of Constant Habits (2018) is a film about a man who decides to leave the life he has been leading so far:his job, his wife, his house, putting in crisis the stability he had achieved. The routines of the affluent middle class of a growing city make him boredom and rejection.
Every day, we see them in the news or in the broadcast of important sporting events such as the World Cup or the Olympics. They are high performance athletes (DAR). People like you and me who have dedicated themselves to sport since childhood with almost exclusive dedication, which has made them professionals in this field.
One of our speci alties is sports psychology, a very interesting topic in which working with motivation is fundamental, as well as working with other psychological and emotional factors that end up having a positive or negative effect on the performance of an athlete in competition.
Sports Psychology is one of the facets of this science that most fascinates us and for that reason from time to time we write you an interesting topic that we can also extrapolate not only to the high competition sport but to life, thinking of it as a high competition sport.
The Joker (Joker), is a film released this 2019, directed by Todd Phillips and starring Joaquin Phoenix. Through this story, we try to show another side of Batman's most famous villain, narrating the peculiarities of his life and the reasons that led him to become the Joker, from adifferent perspective The film received a lot of recognition but at the same time it inspired a great debate , generating controversy and questioning regarding the social impact that i
Playing sports we already know that it brings us a lot of physical benefits. It is more than proven that if everyone practiced sports as a habit, hospitals and medical consultations would be emptied in a very high percentage. This is the same thing that happens with the psychological and emotional part, if the vast majority practiced sports there would be less depression, anxiety, stress and other types of problems in this internal part.
You know that you are not going through a depression because your state of discouragement does not have an outstanding intensity and you do not feel discouraged every day but you are aware that your state of sadness is prolonged and is becoming even chronic.
We have already talked on other occasions about Bipolar Disorder, a psychological and emotional problem that is quite widespread in our Society and which we are going to approach on this occasion from another perspective to that you know this problem much better.
Today we are going to introduce you to a very common variant within the world of depression, it is about Seasonal Depressive Disorder, a type of depression that depends exclusively on external factors such as the weather or the season of the year we are in.
We already know how special the time of adolescence is for both the young person and the parents. It is a moment of rebellion, of incomprehension of the world, of hormones on the surface, of discovering the world of adults for better and for worse at many levels, such as studies, work, relationships of friends, love, etc.
We have already talked about one of the most studied personality disorders, bipolarity . But today we are going to focus our attention on a very similar disorder that can lead us to deception believing that we are facing a problem of bipolarity when in reality we are facing a problem of cyclothymia.
Lying has a very negative cultural connotation. As children we are taught that “we must not lie”. Many times it is educated by transmitting that one must always tell the truth, and we grow up with a deep guilt in the face of the act of lying or hiding information Lying by itself is not negative.
The Curiosity develops very early in the human being, and is an indication of he alth. It is part of an expected psychological development.Freud conceived the child as a little researcher, curious to elucidate about sexual differences, and from this, to investigate about everything new or what he could not understand.
Bullying is an Anglo-Saxon term that is currently used to refer to what was previously known as mistreatment between peers ofschool and which is analogous to bullying It has been used to stimulate and generate campaigns that help make visible these issues, previously naturalized.
There is a phrase that is one of those truths that cannot be denied and it is that a rude child is not born but is made and this is the responsibility of the parents. Currently in our modern society it is very normal to see children who submit to their parents, who have them at their mercy and whim.
It is more than proven by the specialists of child psychology that physical punishment is not as effective as it always is has given when it comes to educating our children. It is rather an outlet on the part of the father or mother who is already tired of tolerating her son's behaviors and they do not find other strategies to put an end to them.
In this article we are going to refer to sustained stress over time. One that does not simply imply the development of anxiety in the face of a new situation, for example, which is, in fact, expected. But the kind of chronic stress that triggers discomfort and ailments and can lead to the development of a large number of psychosomatic illnesses.
What is stress? The definition of stress implies a feeling of tension that arises as a result of a stressful stimulus, that is, an external or internal event that represents a challenge or a demand for the subject. Punctual or acute stress is expected and necessary to be able to face new or challenging situations that arise.
The overadaptation is a defense mechanism that implies, as the word indicates, an excess in the adaptation of the subject to the environment and circumstances. The flexibility or the ability to vary the subject's responses as the environment demands, are characteristics considered he althy from the psychological point of view, but provided that they do not become an excessive pattern, which prevents the subject from disrupting, or generating resistance to any situatio
What happens when there are censorship or obstacles in communication in the family? Families are permeated by codes, mandates and values, and also have their unconscious aspects circulating. All this intervenes in the exchanges that take place between its members, and can generate, eventually, censorship of the behavior or mode of expression of one or more of its members.
The term Mandala comes from Sanskrit and means Sacred Circle. These are symbolic representations based on a central axis and figures that are placed around it. They are used by Buddhism , by Hinduism and have been present in indigenous tribes and in Christian artistic manifestations.
The family tree is a tool used fundamentally in practices such as biodecoding and psychogenealogy, among others. Its usefulness, however, has interesting scope in clinical psychology, since it provides information and allows work on transgenerational issues.
We have talked in previous articles about the transgenerational unconscious (that which is not said but is repeated from generation to generation), family secrets and their effects, and also the mandates and psychological inheritance of all kinds.
What really is Self-Care, which we hear so much about lately? And, what does the concept of Maternity mean? Both terms, which have been greatly expanded in recent times in popular discourse, must be analyzed both individually and in relation to each other, to be understood more comprehensively.
The world of alternative therapies is broader than what we know a priori. They are becoming better known and it seems that they are finally freeing themselves from the negative connotations associated with them for being outside the conventional.
Edward Bach (1886-1936), a Welsh physician, was the creator of alternative therapy based on floral elements, to balance emotional states, which he considered to be the cause of all physical imbalance. This professional wanted to show that diseases are signs that must be interpreted in order to understand their true roots.
He who knows himself keeps his balance This effective method that uses only natural elements, such as wild plant flowers, bushes, trees and even spring water, is capable of balancing emotional states and also becomes a recommended tool for self-discovery.
Nowadays it is very common to hear or read the phrase: “Be happy”. But much more than just being a message, the culture of recent times largely represents this imperative of happiness in different areas. The massive use of social networks and the changes in the ways of linking with others have affected the conception about the life and the desirable for each subject.
Today we bring you some of the most exciting theories that bring psychology closer to the science of quantum physics and its explorations in the inner world of the human being. There is actually no scientific evidence to support the Law of Attraction and The Secret theories that are so fashionable in some circles.
Any study that comes out of a university of the prestige of the Harvard University is worth taking into account, especially if that study surprisingly tells us about a exclusive recipe for happiness. It seems that great brains of this University have set out to find the keys to finding happiness and it seems that they have found it.
There is some other important term within the discipline known as Positive Psychology, but without a doubt the concept of Flow State or Fluidity State is one of the most important. It is a concept that wants us to understand an internal state in which we are enjoying the moment to a very high degree than we normally do, we are so focused on what we are doing that the rest of the reality with their problems do not exist at that time.
Avoidance is a defense mechanism that is extremely common. It consists, as its name indicates, in avoiding, turning your back or running away from problems or unpleasant situations This defensive mechanism originally fulfilled an adaptive function.
A lot of Eastern philosophies tell us about the benefits of what we can call living in the moment, living in the present and we can only applaud these affirmations because it is so. Let's think about the complexity of our life, the large number of problems, open fronts, things to do, things to regret, etc, etc, etc.