Hats. We wear so many of them every day. Each one represents a different role that we occupy in our life. As we float from one role to the next we move along a transition period which allows us to
Some people love extreme sports or engage in different risky activities, but this ‘living on the edge’ is not for everyone. Why is that? People have different personalities, and are defined by a unique sum of psychological traits (characteristics). So,
Considering the recent talks on legalizing marijuana in Malta and a systematic increase of countries legalizing it, we should be more aware of this growing social phenomenon.
Cannabis (aka weed or pot), is the most commonly used illicit drug among
The tricky part with non-verbal communication is that it is always up for interpretation. Take a baby’s cry as an example. More experienced parents claim to be able to make out what the baby wants by recognizing the different pitch
This blog is also not intended to discredit any diagnosis of behavioural disorders. There is ample research that proves the existence of patterns of misbehaviours which can be ascribed to a disorder and many of my colleagues who are more
Misbehaviour seems to be one of the greatest challenges of our time. At least this is the sense I get when I observe families. I frequently attend media programs, who want to discuss this topic which only reinforces my hunch
So, you’ve finished your college studies (or you’re just about to graduate), you are twenty-something years old, and basically, “real life” is just about to start. But, you feel stuck. Instead of being excited, you feel anxious, confused and indecisive
In my previous blog I gave some general information about Personality disorders. In this blog I will tell you a bit more about Cluster B personality disorders, specifically Narcissistic and Borderline personality disorder.
When you have a Narcissistic personality disorder,
A personality disorder is described as “a deeply ingrained and maladaptive pattern of behaviour of a specified kind, typically apparent by the time of adolescence, causing long-term difficulties in personal relationships or in functioning in society.”
The Diagnostic and Statistical
Putting off chores for later (the next round hour, the next day, or even the next week) is something that majority of people can relate to, especially in this day and age when most of us are so overwhelmed with