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Freud Thought The Irish Were Too Difficult To Figure Out
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Learning How To Learn
We go to school to learn; but, did we ever learn how to learn? Have you ever wondered how we learned to speak or to read and write? How do we learn to drive a car, fly an airplane or, for that matter, walk and run? How do we learn arithmetic
Overcoming Dyslexia - One of the Most Common Learning Disabi
Research studies suggest that as large as 9 per cent of school aged children in the United States alone are suffering from Dyslexia. Some researchers have suggested even 17 per cent. It is understood that problem could be much larger in Euro
Ethical Situations In Counselling
A prominent aspect of counselor training involves the analysis of ethical situations. Counselors need to be malleable to the variety of situations in which the clients personality traits and environmental circumstances are prominent barriers
What is Emergence Personality Theory? Therapies and the Oute
Emergence Personality Theory is the first non linear theory of personality, the first to be based entirely on fractals. Here, personality is said to begin with the birth separation moment, during which the first of the many fractal structure
Emergence Personality Theory - What Are Needs? What Is Layer
In Emergence Personality Theory, there are ten nested fractal layers of personality, from Layer one on the outside to Layer 10 at the center. Layer Seven is called the Layer of Needs. How is the word "need" defined?As defined in Layer Seven,
A Link Between Attention Deficit Disorder and Nutrition
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, is considered to be a neurological disorder that manifests in childhood. Symptoms of ADHD may include inattentiveness and increased distractibility, as well as high energy and hyperactivity.
Attention Deficit Disorder and Adolescent Persistence
An hyperactive, inattentive child was once viewed as normal. Children are entitled to be rowdy, are they not? With recent research, however, such cases of attention deficit disorder and adolescent persistence of the disorder have been brough
Why Collective Intelligence is an Oxy-Moron
Many people think that a group can outperform an individual, sometimes we see this is the case, as we watch popular TV Shows like; "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," where the contestant gets to poll the audience, of course realize the questio
My Experience With a Narcissistic Boss
Narcissists have an exaggerated image of themselves and require constant feedback to justify their perceived omnipotence. They refuse to accept blame, will manipulate people and events for their own self-serving purposes, and react with rage
Are You Arguing With Your Child?
"Defiant Child?" trumpets the half-page ad in my weekend newspaper's magazine section, offering help to change your kid's attitude and take back control of your family.I had a defiant child once. I overheard her having a telephone conversati
Atypical Teaching Strategies Using Mental Prompts For Indivi
This page is devoted to my personal opinions and atypical strategies for developing communication skills with a subgroup of individuals primarily with severe regressive autism who are nonverbal and demonstrate significant motor and sensory i
The Mind Body Connection - What Is It Really?
A war has been silently raging on now for hundreds of years. Do you know the one I mean? Rene Descartes inadvertently started it, early in the Seventeenth Century, when he proclaimed that the body and mind are separate. Even today then, this



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