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Is Princess Culture Harming Little Girls?

I know about the pervasiveness of Princess Culture. My daughter loves nothing more than dressing up in sparkly pink princess dresses. She loves stories about princesses. She loves movies about princesses. Above all, she loves Disney princesses. The P...
by Brain Sponge on Jun 23, 2016

Nathan's Blog - My Journey [del.icio.us]

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by The Political Commentator on Jun 13, 2016

This Common Painkiller May Be Killing Your Empathy & Emotions

There is a common painkiller that you probably have in your medicine cabinet. It’s one of the most widely used drug ingredients in Europe and the United States. It helps to dull mild to moderate pain and it is generally considered to be safe. I...
by Brain Sponge on May 12, 2016

This Common Painkiller May Be Killing Your Empathy & Emotions

There is a common painkiller that you probably have in your medicine cabinet. It’s one of the most widely used drug ingredients in Europe and the United States. It helps to dull mild to moderate pain and it is generally considered to be safe. I...
by Brain Sponge on May 12, 2016

Three Sneaky (And One Direct) Ways To Identify Narcissism

How can you tell if someone is a narcissist or not? It’s a popular topic on search engines and there are definite personality traits that can identify narcissism in an individual. Recently, however, some psychology studies have suggested some l...
by Brain Sponge on Mar 31, 2016

Three Sneaky (And One Direct) Ways To Identify Narcissism

How can you tell if someone is a narcissist or not? It’s a popular topic on search engines and there are definite personality traits that can identify narcissism in an individual. Recently, however, some psychology studies have suggested some l...
by Brain Sponge on Mar 31, 2016

Tired and Feeling Lifeless? Indulge In A Nature Bath

We are leading increasingly urbanized lives. In fact, since 2014 more people live in urban regions than do in rural areas. By 2050 it is estimated that two thirds of the world’s population will be urban, rising to 86% in developed nations. How...
by Brain Sponge on Mar 21, 2016

Tired and Feeling Lifeless? Indulge In A Nature Bath

We are leading increasingly urbanized lives. In fact, since 2014 more people live in urban regions than do in rural areas. By 2050 it is estimated that two thirds of the world’s population will be urban, rising to 86% in developed nations. How...
by Brain Sponge on Mar 21, 2016

Repainting Blue Monday

On this supposedly most depressing day of the year (not if you're an England cricket fan), is there anything more we can do but wait for Turquoise Tuesday? Yes, says an upbeat psychologist:  "Cognitive distortions are simply ways that our mind...
by Opinionated Vicar on Jan 18, 2016

On Giving Tuesday Support Our Military Veterans Suffering With PTSD And Traumatic Brain Injury! [del.icio.us]

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by The Political Commentator on Nov 30, 2015

Broken Hearts Left Loved Ones Can Cause Death

Broken hearts left loved ones apparently can kill a person. Although there has been no detailed explanation of how this can happen, but this condition is already recognized the medical world. A number of researchers in Australia are trying to find ou...
by Dian Adi Gunawan on Nov 26, 2015

Parents Need Proximity to be able to Instill Discipline in children

Relations between the parents with the children is something which is obligatory required. When the child is not close to the elderly, the discipline has become something that is difficult to be implanted. Even for parents who work, child psychologi...
by Dian Adi Gunawan on Nov 25, 2015

When The Child Began Rebell, How Exactly Instill Discipline?

Discipline and independence need to be inculcated in the son early on especially since the age of three years when children started to develop psychology as an individual. But his name is also the children there must have been a time when he wanted t...
by Dian Adi Gunawan on Nov 25, 2015

This Parenting Parents in Japan an enviable spot

Children in Japan are known to have a high level of discipline and it certainly does not come with it. Parenting people tualah that be a deciding factor in how the children there grow. Child psychologist Vera Itabiliana Hadiwidjojo said there are po...
by Dian Adi Gunawan on Nov 25, 2015

This Fairy Tale Book Effectively Makes Children Sleep Fast

The National Sleep Foundation recommends children to sleep less than 9 pm for the sake of better health quality. However, what if your child including the child that it is hard to sleep? The researchers found the answer through a book of fairy tales.
by Dian Adi Gunawan on Nov 24, 2015

Custom Snap Effect Against Future Bad Children

It seems to snap the child has become a habit of the elderly when see the wayward child or made a mistake, parents often make irritated. Because of the emotion, it reflected the parents often advised in a tone which is quite high. Such a habit is als...
by Dian Adi Gunawan on Nov 22, 2015

Ten Phobias That Destroy Social Lives

Ten phobias that can cause isolation, introversion and depression.The post Ten Phobias That Destroy Social Lives appeared first on Brain Sponge Blog.
by Brain Sponge on Aug 25, 2015

Ten Phobias That Destroy Social Lives

Ten phobias that can cause isolation, introversion and depression.
by Brain Sponge on Aug 25, 2015

Suicide is Not The Answer To The Pain Of Borderline Personality

Suicide is really not the answer to the pain of Borderline Personality Disorder. You may have once believed that or it may feel like it is the only answer when you are triggered and entrenched in black and white all or nothing thinking.

My Ironic and Hypocritical Disillusion

Anyone who knows me knows my love-hate relationship with technology, particularly technology that allows one to multitask in an effort to get more done for whatever reason (competition, compulsion, boredom, etc.). I’m an old school fan of doing one...
by The Mind of Jimmy on Jun 27, 2014


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