Bullying is mostly well known amongst kids and teenagers. However, adults also experience bullying at work places, association clubs and even at home. Even though this articles refers mostly to kids and teenagers, adults can take one or two things from it.
Almost everyone at one point or the other has been bullied in their life. When I talk about bullying, I don’t only mean the physical type of bullying where someone beats you up or harasses you physically. I also include other forms of bullying.
“Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder usually characterized by periods of binging—or excessive overeating—followed by some kind of compensatory behavior.
People with bulimia tend to overeat after which they induce vomiting and/or purging. Some also compensate by excessive workouts or fasting. Basically, after overeating, they compensate for what they have eaten so they don’t become overweight. Bulimia has been known to affect both males and females.
There are times I sit back and think to myself “you are such a fraud”. I can’t count how many times I’ve said that to myself or how many times I’ve written that down. You see, I never even knew there was a name for this kind of feeling until few weeks ago. I really can’t remember what I was watching (perhaps listening to) when I heard someone mention “Impostor Syndrome”. It sounded interesting and so I found out what it was.
The psychology of human appearance and fashion has been a topic of interest to me. As well as the effects of appearance to women.
Recently, I’ve been watching an interesting series “criminal minds”. The series is about a team of trained professionals in the Behavior Analysis Unit (BAU) of FBI who make it their mission
When on the receiving end of passive aggression, you can feel confused, upset, offended, guilty and frustrated. You may think you’ve done something wrong, but have no clear idea what it was.
Have you met someone that made you feel like you did something wrong, yet they say nothing is wrong? You doubt that because you see certain subtle changes in their character such as ignoring you,
How many of you are of the notion that having bipolar disorder means the person is excited one moment and the next is depressed or the person has mood swings…
Guilt is a major emotion that can throw one off balance. One moment, you are okay, the next, you feel so bad. Sometimes guilt comes with feelings of unworthiness and self-punishment. Everyone has felt guilty one way or the other. It’s part of the thing that makes us human.
According to Wikipedia, “Guilt is a cognitive or an emotional experience that occurs when a person believes or realizes—accurately or not—that he or she has compromised his or her own standards of conduct or has violated a universal moral standard and bears significant