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    Having Fun In Retrospect

    Have you ever had fun in retrospect? This weekend, I went to the Georgia Renaissance Festival. I go every year. As I was walking around, I remembered having more fun in the years past. And it was in that moment that I realized something. When it comes to things like the festival- busy, crowded events […]

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    Thriving in Loneliness

    It’s no secret that I love being inside, but even I have my limits. At the end of last year, while I was going through a really long and seemingly endless period of unemployment, I thought I had finally reached that limit. I had no reason to leave the house, my friends were all too […]

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    8 Misconceptions and Myths about ADHD and ADD

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    There are quite a lot of myths about ADD and myths about ADHD. Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are closely linked. On the whole ADD could be considered a slightly older name for ADHD, as both encompass, but do not have to be limited to trouble focusing, hyperactivity and impulsivity. Some psychologists […]

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    Do You Want To Become A Social Butterfly?

    Social butterflies can be very intriguing to watch. They can work a room and effortlessly attract people to them, and they thrive in the center of attention. They live such active social lives and are the people that not only post fun things on social media, they actually live a life so many of us […]

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    Meet Robert Taibbi, over 40 years of fixing families and couples

    No family is perfect. We argue we fight, we even stop talking to each other at times. But in the end, family is family.. the love will always be there. Meet Robert (Bob) Taibii, who has over 42 years experience working as a clinical social worker in mental health and therapy. He has published over 300 […]

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    Job Hunting for Introverts

    Introverts live their lives in their comfort zones and weigh the different interactions against each other. If it’s not necessary, then there’s no need to get all dressed up and go out. However, there are some interactions that can’t be avoided and won’t fit into their neat little zone of comfort, like job interviews. As […]

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    Do You Have These 7 Signs of Emotional Intelligence?

    We all know what an IQ (intelligence quotient) is and that most of us fall within the average range. We use names like “smart,” “intelligent,” “dumb,” “idiot,” and “stupid,” when talking about a person’s level of intelligence. What most people do not know is that we also possess an EQ (emotional quotient) or EI (emotional […]

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    Ayahuasca Healing: Gateway to Heaven, Gateway to Hell

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    Ayahuasca, with the right preparation, the right people and circumstances can be a great tool to access the unconscious, from another perspective, helping you grow and heal. Ayahuasca can help you heal according to Roland Bal, who works with clients who have suffered from PSTD and complex trauma. It’s the new hype. Plant medicine for enlightenment. […]

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    11 Signs that Suggest You’re Actually an Ambivert

    Have you ever struggled to find out whether you’re an extrovert or an introvert? Do you constantly feel like it’s up to the context and situation whether you feel like one or the other? Those are good signs you are an ambivert, and we have found more that might indicate you’re neither introvert nor extrovert, […]

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    Why Technology Matters

    There aren’t many things that rile me up more than arguing about the terrors of modern technology. More specifically, the way technology is the reason we don’t communicate anymore. Or the reason we don’t pick up a book, call our friends, look at the natural beauties around us, and so on. The list is endless. […]

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    5 Signs of Verbal Abuse, Gaslighting and Coercion

    Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. Verbal abuse aims to control the behavior of a person through verbal coercion and will sometimes lead to physical assault. Unlike physical abuse that leaves visible scars to its victims, psychological abuse scars the mind and soul. The damages are invisible, oftentimes […]

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    I’m Sorry I’m Quiet

    All my life, I’ve been told I’m a quiet person. I’ve heard it from strangers, work colleagues, and even close friends. I don’t worry about it most of the time. It’s simply who I am and I can find myself filling up with regret when I feel I talk too much. As if I’ve shared […]

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    Is Your Job Causing You Institutional PTSD?

      Do you have trouble sleeping at night because you are worried about work related tasks? Do you often have nightmares related to work related stress? Do you have flashbacks of unfavorable work related experiences (i.e. bullying, pressure, deadlines, coaching, terminations, etc.)? Do you suffer from mood swings as a result of stress and do […]

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    5 Ways to Become More Self-Motivated

    Working from home means you must be self-motivated. This is true for all sorts of at-home jobs including blogging. However, when you are a depressed blogger, such as myself, you may find that motivation becomes more of an elusive thing than a solidified idea. I remember struggling with writing “Mommy, I’m Gonna Marry Daddy: Why […]

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    Gaslighting: 5 Signs of Emotional Abuse and Manipulation

    Gaslighting is a psychological phenomenon where a gaslighter manipulates their victim to the point that they question their own sanity. Gaslighting at its core is a form of emotional abuse that slowly cracks down their victim’s ability to make sound judgment. In a sense, gaslighting warps a victim’s reality by bending their memory and perception […]

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    Meet Peg O’Connor, Professor of Philosophy and Gender

    Good afternoon everyone! Today’s interview is going to be different. I decided to change things up a little; instead of psychology, let’s do some philosophy instead. The difference between the two is Psychology is the study of the human mind and the functions while Philosophy is the nature knowledge and reality. Let me tell you […]

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    Mommy, I’m Gonna Marry Daddy

        My ex-best friend once shared with me that she believed she would marry her father. Literally. She told her mother with the upmost earnesty, “Mommy, I’m gonna marry Daddy.” The idea, to me even at that young age, is laughable at the least! Or maybe not. Psychological research shows that we do marry […]

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    10 Signs Texting is Psychologically Hurting You

    One of our readers came to us with a question about texting and the psychological impacts it’s been having on their relationship. Even though the couple texted all the time, the relationship felt like much less than it was when they started it. They couldn’t figure out what was going on. They were communicating just […]

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    Boss In A Bubble: Working With An Introverted Boss

    Work presents many challenges for the introvert from the interview to the water cooler to the meetings and phone calls. Certain verbs send me into a spasm of dread- networking, brainstorming, role playing, team building, ice breaker, carpooling. You would think the one thing that I would relish as an introvert is to have an […]

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    Meet Robert Woody, a music psychologist

    “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent” Did you know music can tell you a lot about a person? From their personality, to politics and lifestyle. I had the honor to interview Robert Woody, who earned his Bachelor of Music at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and his […]

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    Quiz – Can you get 12/12 on this quiz about Personality Psychology?

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    How much do you really know about Personality Psychology? One of the most popular topics in psychology remains Personality Theory, but how much do we really know about it? From Sigmund Freud to Adler, from Meyers-Briggs Types to the Big Five Theory. Who will do better on this personality psychology theory quiz? Do you think certain […]

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    10 Kickass Facts About Autism

    As you’re probably aware, April is autism awareness month. And here at psych2go, we want to play a part by letting all you people out there get the inside scoop on this much talked about disorder. If you’ve never even heard of it before, [Disclaimer: The following is a definition of Autism taken directly from Wikipedia. […]

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    Belle: Our Introverted Role Model

    I must start this article with a confession: I completely snubbed Beauty and the Beast when I was a little girl. I had noting against it and found it enjoyable. But when I look back to my childhood I remember it being consumed by The Little Mermaid, Ariel dolls, and Barbies with fishtails, while Part […]

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    Introverts At Work: An Introvert Survival Guide

    In a perfect world, you would make a living staying at home all day, working from the safety of your lounge with your home comforts. You would be left to your own devices and be able to keep your batteries charged to do other things. But unfortunately, not all of us are making money off […]

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    Meet Andrea F. Polard, the author of ” A Unified Theory of Happiness.”

    HAPPINESS: is enjoying time with your loved ones and not having any worries. It is not measurable, tradable or profitable and it can’t be measured by material wealth. I am pleased to introduce you to Andrea F. Polard, an independent researcher in the subject of happiness and the founder of the Los Angeles Center for […]

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    Dr. Christian Conte, Meeting People Where They Are

    Hi everyone, republishing this from August 25, 2015. It was one of our first interview with a psychologist. Bringing this back. Dr. Christian Conte is one of the most empathetic people out there. When we spoke back in 2015, he offered not only his time, but was genuinely invested in sharing his knowledge and offering to […]

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    Meet Tim Carey, the Director of the Centre for Remote Health

    Good morning readers! It’s another day for another interview. I’ve been working with Psych2Go for a while now and while reaching out to authors, I find it intimidating. They are important people in our lives, especially in our community. They teach us so much and it’s amazing to find out how fascinating humans are.  While it takes […]

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    A Princess For Us: The Beautiful Introvert

    This weekend, I went to see the new live action Beauty and the Beast. I had seen it before, but as I sat there, I suddenly saw myself in Belle. Belle- bookworm, town “weirdo,” thinker, loner, introvert. Sitting and listening to the opening song, I got teary-eyed. I felt such a connection with Belle in […]

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    The Science Behind The Magic Ice Trick

    Around two million reported cases of self-harm occur in the United States a year (Gluck 2016). I happen to be one of them. As a self-harmer, I understand the appeal to harming. However, I also know that rubbing ice along the areas I want to hit helps decrease self-harming urges. In fact, using ice makes […]

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    Beyond the Vain: 4 Types of Narcissism

    Vanity and narcissism get interchanged so often that line of difference gets blurred. When thinking of narcissism, we often have the mental image of someone who is boastful, arrogant and self-centered. However, that is only a few of the symptoms that they display. Think of it as a spectrum. On the far end, we have a […]

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    Meet David Ludden, a psychologist who focuses on the human language.

    Good Afternoon Readers, Hope you all have been well! It’s a pleasure of mine to introduce you to the author of “The Psychology of Language: An Integrated Approach” David Ludden. He graduated in the University of Iowa, and while he loves traveling; he spent extended periods of time in East Asia while working in Japan and […]

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    Attachment Theory and Relationships: What’s Your Style?

    Attachment theory can help you figure out your relationships. For this quiz we’re utilizing the work Mary Ainsworth has done in the field of attachment research. She’s the one who identified the four classifications we’re using: securely attached, anxious-preoccupied, dismissive-avoidant, and fearful-avoidant. These all give you insight into how you are in relationships, and how […]

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    5 Psychological Ways to Be More Productive

    Do you struggle with being productive? I know that many of us do, because we get questions all the time from the Psych2Go community asking for advice on how they can better manage their time, and do more in a day. Usually, people come up to us with questions that relates to distractions, procrastination or […]

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    The Common Misconceptions about Introverts

    Is introversion something to be ashamed of or a sign that something is very wrong with us? Most of my life, I’ve been asking this question to myself. Seeing everyone around me blending in perfectly with whatever situation being thrown at them. It made me think there was something that was not right within myself […]

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    5 Psychological Tips to Build your Body Confidence

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    Most of us could do with a healthy dose of freshly found body confidence. But how do we get that body confidence in a world where so many media outlets are focused on making us feel like we are lacking, in order to sell their wares? In this article we’ll discuss some psychology based tips […]

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    25 Ways To Help A Hurting Friend

    Watching one of your friends go through psychological distress can almost be as bad as the psychological distress itself. Any healthy person has some degree of empathy – the ability to feel what others are going through. So if you’re at least somewhat perceptive, you feel their pain just like it’s your own. This can […]

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    Mental Health Illness: 10 Ways To Talk Mental Health

    It is unavoidable that most individuals think of people with mental illness as violent and dangerous. With the way the news outlets and mainstream media portray mental illnesses, it is easy to see how misinformed and misguided the general public is when it comes to actual people with mental health issues. Often enough, the attitude […]

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    The Odd Couple: The Introvert-Extrovert Relationship

    So you’ve successfully made it past the asking out, first date, and getting to know you phases of a relationship. Congratulations! But now that you are in a relationship with someone who isn’t a total introvert, what do you do? How do you make it work? For me, an ideal partner is neither a full […]

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    Sorry, I Don’t Speak Extrovert

    I am happy to say that I’ve survived the weekend. My mental health is more or less stable, my friendship is thriving, and I’ve been social enough for the rest of the year – yes, it’s only April, but that is besides the point. In case you don’t know what I’m talking about, my extremely […]

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    4 Tips To Improve Memory And Studying Habits

    As students get closer to finals season, it becomes important that all the information learned in hours spent doing homework and 8:30 a.m. lectures, it is retrievable on exam day. But the problem is, most of us have difficulty, storing and retrieving the information from our long-term memory. So how do you solve this problem? […]

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    Zodiac Signs Career Ideas

    If you’re wondering what career is most suited for your signs, then give this article a read. We provide career ideas most suited to your zodiac signs. WRITTEN BY ZODIAC SOCIETY || THEZODIACSOCIETY.COM ARIES CAREER: These individuals come alive when they are thrown in the spotlight. Self-employment or a career where they are in control […]

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    Zodiac Signs as Disney Villains

    WRITTEN BY ZODIAC SOCIETY || THEZODIACSOCIETY.COM Aries: Cruella De Vil / One Hundred and One Dalmatians – When Aries people are stressed and unable to get things how they wish, they become impatient, impulsive and hot-tempered. This represents Cruella de Vil who had trouble getting the furs of the dalmatians. However, just like Cruella who […]

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    Zodiac Signs and The Seven Deadly Sins

    WRITTEN BY ZODIAC SOCIETY || THEZODIACSOCIETY.COM ARIES: Often characterized as hasty, impatient and hot-headed, Aries people would mainly identify wrath as their deadly sin. If things do not look to be in their favor, they can become too stressed that they react aggressively or throw a tantrum until they get what they want. Pride would […]

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    10 Ways To Help Someone Considering Suicide

    Suicide is one of the hardest things to deal with, not just for the person considering suicide, but for the people surrounding that individual. Often, these people who observe suicidal behavior from someone they love become very concerned and even disturbed at what they’re seeing. But it’s very important not to let you shock overwhelm […]

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    Gimp, Slut and Other Terms of Empowerment

    Let’s face it: We’ve all been called ugly names. For instance, I’ve been called a gimp and a slut. These words can be excruciating to hear because they are powerful pejoratives, but what if I told you that these names can be used as terms of empowerment? What if these labels could somehow lose their pejorative […]

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    An Introvert in the Theater Department

    An Introvert in the Theater Department. I know; sounds like a hemophobic person going to nursing school. Why would you do it? Well, the answer is simple; introverts like me were made for the theater. Now, that’s not to say that extroverts can’t be actors or that they don’t have talent for the theater, nor […]

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    How Much of a Social Introvert Are You?

    Do you really like people, or do you secretly hate them? We know what you’re thinking… “Social” and “introvert” in the same title? It’s true! Just because you’re a self-identified introvert doesn’t mean you have to hate people. Social introverts are a valuable type of introvert, according to the new model of introversion that’s been developed […]

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    Online Psychology Degree

    Getting a B.A. or B.S. degree in Psychology online can help prepare you for a number of counseling roles, lab technician jobs, marketing positions, to become an entrepreneur, or to head to grad school. The online psychology degree offers a comprehensive understanding of basic psychology, scientific methods, and a knowledge of a number of theories […]

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    Diary of an Introvert with Cabin Fever: 3/29/2017

    I had another not-so great day. When the semester began, I swore I would exercise two days out of the week. It’s been almost a month since I’ve gone to the gym; it’s just such a pain. Along with my heavy backpack, I have to carry a knapsack with clothes, shoes, and personal hygiene stuff. […]

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    Knowing your introverted self

    Living in a society that favors extroversion, it can be a real challenge being introverted. We are constantly told we’re too quiet and don’t do enough. As kids, we’re told we need to speak up in class and should join a team sport. When we’re older, we’re pressured into being go-getters at work and hitting […]

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    10 Kickass Facts About Introverts

    Introverts are seriously awesome people. Their minds work in amazing ways, and they’re capable of some amazing things. But too many people don’t fully understand what being introverted really means. They really don’t. Even worse, some people look at introverts with disdain, dismissing them as simply shy loners. Such a brash assessment only looks at […]

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    10 Ways To Deal With A Broken Heart

    Moving on from a breakup is a difficult process. Following the shock of the initial separation are feelings of anger, sadness, and grief that is often crippling and mind numbing. The pain of a breakup is so profound that it sometimes leaves us not knowing what to do next. Though there are no one pill […]

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    Diary of an Introvert with Cabin Fever: 3/29/2017

    Today was neither good nor bad. It just was. The marvelous day I had yesterday spoiled me a little. Having to go to all of my classes from 8a.m. to 5:30p.m. made me exhausted just thinking about it. Thinking about my day tomorrow made me even more exhausted. I’ll have another full day of classes […]

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    10 Signs An Extrovert Likes You

    Extroverts can be some of the funnest people to hang out with. They can also make the best romantic partners. But as many people in the past have found out, it’s actually pretty hard to figure out if extroverts like you. This is because their friendliness and warmth can often be misinterpreted as flirting, when […]

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    Words from Our Team

    In the past couple of weeks, our team  have been discussing the direction we would like to take Psych2Go to. Under long hours of discussions we have come to the following plans: Student-professor network Psychology Education Series for Students Membership platform for those to take their learning further with our accredited programs and institutions. We […]

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    Diary of an Introvert with Cabin Fever: 3/27/17

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    My first daily journal in years…   As I was setting up my account this evening, I noticed an email from my Diversity teacher. I don’t have to go to class tomorrow. I know everyone jumps for joy when class and school get canceled, but for introverts, that joy is almost doubled. It means less […]

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    How to Help Someone With Depression

    Depression, while commonly heard is not completely accepted as a real disorder. People experience lows or sadness from time to time. However, some people experience intensified sadness for longer periods of time. This can go on for months, weeks and even years without any apparent reason. Depression is more than just a low mood. It […]

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    10 Reasons to Fall in Love with Psych Majors

    Love is a very complicated thing, and it’s hard to tell you exactly who you should fall in love with. Everyone’s different, and different people find different traits attractive. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, as they say. But the one type of student who will appeal to pretty much everyone when it […]

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    WHAT CAN YOUR ZODIAC SIGNS OFFER:

    If you are looking for an article that goes into what each of the zodiac signs can offer, we’ve got you covered. Read through the descriptions of each of the twelve signs. See if you agree with them or not. Comment below. If you can’t find your zodiac signs, let us know. ARIES: As an Aries, […]

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    Drinking and Personality

    Personality has been related a lot of aspects of life, but seldom to attitude towards drinking. Drinking and personality have never been a topic of research. A lot of differences have been observed between introverted and extroverted personality types. Introverts are quiet people who prefer solitude, silence, and small groups of people with little to […]

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    6 Reasons Why Smart People Cant Find Happiness

    “Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.” – Ernest Hemingway Happiness is the feeling of contentment and satisfaction that is craved by many but only achieved by some. Happiness is relative and subjective. But for many successful individuals, the presence of a great family life and a flourishing career is often not […]

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    Meet Anne McCrea, Founder of Narcissistic and Emotional Abuse Community

    Hey Psych2Go readers, Today, we had the pleasure of doing a Q & A interview with Anne McCrea, the founder of a page for people who have experienced narcissistic and emotional abuse. The site currently has over 200,000 members and counting. The vision of the Narcissistic and Emotional abuse community is to provide support and […]

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    11 things people with anxiety would like their family and friends to understand – Can you relate?

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    [Disclaimer: anxiety is different for everyone, so these statements might not apply to everyone. This does not make the experiences mentioned in the article – which we gathered from people who have experienced anxiety – any less valid.] Please stop telling me to “just not worry about it” That’s exactly my illness. I’m bad at […]

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    Interesting Social Psychology Facts

    Social Psychology has proved again and again that it can be a source of amazing psychology facts. Indeed, some of the most interesting revelations are discovered after studies and experiments were done in this field. Social Psychology deals with the way people deal with each other, and it involves the communications and the connections human […]

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    Individuating the Self: Identity Formation and Mental Illness

    Identity formation is as complex and unique as the number of different theories that attempt to describe it. Many people believe in the structuralist idea of identity formation (Prevos, The Web of Cultural). That is, many people believe that social constructs create our identity. We are defined by our social class, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, nationality […]

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    12 Things Introverts Might find Difficult

    Introverts, they’re different. Their ideas of fun and their complex needs differ quite a bit when compared to their extroverted counterparts. Another big difference is that they sometimes find certain mundane tasks and interactions very taxing. It should be noted that while many introverts share the same experiences, they deal with them in different ways. […]

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    Gender As A Social Construct; Psych Effects?

    With having an older brother and a twin brother, saying that my mom was “excited” when she found out that the other twin was a girl, is a bit of an understatement.  She had dreams of dressing up her baby girl in pink and dresses.  Unluckily for her, I had different plans in mind.  Since […]

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    HOW TO DEAL WITH TOXIC PEOPLE IN LIFE

    Gossipers, manipulators, bullies and attention seekers all have one thing in common; they are toxic people. Such distasteful behavior and attitude can seriously affect the quality of your life and worse, turn you into a toxic person yourself. A lot of strategic thinking and planning is needed in order to deal with toxic people in […]

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    16 Analogies for Depression – How would you explain it?

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    Depression is very difficult to explain, because as with any mental illness, it feels different for everyone. We asked our readers “who has experienced depression?” and how they would explain what it feels like to others. Of course, any mental illness differs from person to person, but we at psych2go want to bring people together […]

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    Can you still be an introvert if you’re active on social media?

    Contrary to the popular belief that introverts are a minority population, a recent study sheds light on the prevalence of introverts.  According to the data collected by the Myers-Briggs Foundation, approximately 51% of the sample indicated being an introvert (Statistics Brain, 2016).  In other words, there were slightly more people who identified as introverts than […]

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    12 Difficulties Introverts Face

    Everyone, at some point in their lives, call themselves an introvert. If you’re at home on a Friday night, tucked into bed with a book, the introvert label comes out like a speeding bullet. But what does it truly mean to be an introvert? Despite what pop culture would want you to believe, introversion is […]

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    3 Signs A Habit is Becoming An Addiction

    Whether it’s losing weight or finishing an assignment, developing habits can be very beneficial when we want to exercise more discipline. However, habits can become addictions if you aren’t careful. Here are some signs that a habit is becoming an unhealthy addiction… 1. Negative consequences via GIPHY One of the main signs that a habit is […]

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    10 Psychological Tips From Creative People

        Actors, artists, rock stars, and writers have the ability to touch us on not only a personal scale, but a global scale as well. We see these people on TV and on our bookshelves; in the movie theatres and in the grocery stores. But what makes them so special? Creativity. Creative people rule the world, […]

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    The Psychology of Morning Routines for Entrepreneurs

    We’ve head it time and time again: Morning routines are very important. Whether it’s our parents telling us how crucial a hearty breakfast is, or various online articles that talk about “the best morning routines,” the notion that efficiency is crucial when we start our day is a much echoed one. But the real question […]

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    Attachment Theory and Relationships

    Some time ago, we published an article about attachment theory, which explains the bonds and relationships we form with others. Mary Ainsworth, a developmental psychologist who made great progress in this field, identified four styles of attachment: secure, anxious-preoccupied, dismissive-avoidant, and fearful-avoidant. Below you can find a brief explanation of each style of attachment.   […]

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    How to Let Go of Your Ex and Heal Your Broken Heart

    Almost all of us have felt the pain of a broken heart. The questions we always seem to ask right after a break-up never change. Why did she leave? Why did he want to see other people? What did I do wrong? Will he come back? I thought she loved me.  Wouldn’t it be great […]

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    Renowned Therapist Rosemary Sword Talks To Us About Her Work, Her Journey, And Theories In Psychology

    If you’re familiar with the various psychology blogs out there, you’ve probably heard of Rosemary Sword. Along with her colleague Phil Zimbardo, she recently wrote a stunning article for Psychology Today called “The Elephant In The Room,” which focused in on the psychology of Donald Trump. It’s currently the most popular article on the Psychology Today website. But […]

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    Emotional and Rational Introverts and Extroverts: THE QUIZ

    Recently we published an article outlining the differences between emotional and rational introverts and extroverts. We’ve been getting questions from our readers who want to find out where they fall on the scale. So, without any further discussion, we created a quiz to help you find out! How you feel about these pictures will divulge […]

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    Finding Your Voice

    Introverts are stereotypically quiet people. They’re shy and usually take some time to warm up to others. It’s in their nature to be reserved until they get to know you better. It’s not their fault, it’s just how they’re programmed. This past year has been one giant roller-coaster of political issues and struggles in various […]

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    Instinctual Variants and Stackings: What and How?

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    Popular personality inventories such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Enneagram have received a multitude of responses from experts and hobbyists, ranging from high praise to utter disbelief. However, a relatively new typing system has recently emerged, slowly growing interest in typology forums such as Personality Cafe. A quick version of the test can be […]

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    The Psychology Of Weight Loss: 10 Tricks To Get You In The Zone

    Losing weight isn’t just a physical struggle. It’s also a battle against your mind. Cravings will rear their ugly heads, your discipline might falter, and your self-confidence could dip unexpectedly. So how do we fight this battle with our own minds? What are some good strategies for maintaining mental discipline? Nobody said it was easy, […]