Social Media and Narcissism: Are Human Beings Becoming Self-Obsessed?

Posted by in Mental Health, Miscellaneous, Psychology on 28. Feb, 2014 | 0 Comments

Unless you have been living in the caves or in the forest, then you have surely heard of “like”, “tweets”, “retweet” and “selfie”. In this age of social media, there are endless ways to shout to the whole wide world of what is happening in one’s life. Facebook, twitter, instagram, flixster, flicker, and the list […]

Integrative Psychotherapy

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There are several approaches or models in psychotherapy, one of which is Integrative Psychotherapy. While I believe that each of the approaches has its unique features and contributions in the field of psychotherapy, the growth of Integrative Psychology is a significant development which should not be disregarded. In fact, several researches indicate that psychotherapy is […]

Looking Into my Belief System and Why I Choose Integrative Psychotherapy

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My experiences in life taught me the following outlook: there is a reciprocal interaction between an individual and his or her environment and there should be a concrete analysis of concrete situation. With these outlook comes other interconnecting values and beliefs that I also subscribe to. First, I think that the relationship of the individual […]

The Psychology of Love

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Love is a many-splendor thing…so goes the title of a classic song in the 1950’s by Sammy Fain and which eventually became an Academy Awards-nominated movie of the same title. This, and more, describes love. But what really is love? Why do people fall in love? How do people fall in love? And how should […]