Category: <span>Psychology</span>

What is Emotional Numbness?

Numbness means a loss of sensation, Emotional numbness is simply a coping mechanism used to shut out feelings and emotions. The person gets to a point where they no longer feel anything inside; no emotions, they simply feel nothing and just move with the motion of life. Basically, the person is unable to think, feel or react normally; there is a lack of emotion.

Behaviour Psychology

Ever feel like you’ve done a lot of things but somehow, you can’t measure up or meet up? Or you have struggled to get somewhere, yet somehow, it doesn’t happen? You feel like you’re not good enough; you’re not trying or doing enough and what you do isn’t ever going to be enough. Well, you could have experienced feelings of inadequacy.

Behaviour Psychology

In life, we go through things (both negative and positive) that stress us physically and mentally. An example of a negative event is being abused, losing someone and so on. A positive event could be getting married, a new job, moving. With all that happens in our lives, we find a way to manage and cope with these life stress and triggers. What we do to manage them is known as coping mechanism.

Behaviour Psychology

In my latest ViewPoint post about suicide attempt, I asked a couple of people what they think causes suicide, what age is too young to attempt suicide, how they would feel/react if a loved one attempted suicide and how they would respond to a loved one that attempted suicide. You can read all about it here.

Behaviour Mental & Psychological Health Psychology

Psychology Behaviour

Behaviour Mental & Psychological Health Psychology

Has someone ever told you a lie you totally bought, hook, line and sinker? Then has someone attempted to lie to you and you are like, “mhmm… uhuh… hmm.. oh.. wow…” girrrl… I know you are lying but ride on. Well…good for you if you can detect such lies. If you can’t, I’m going to show you how to tell when someone is lying.

Psychology Behaviour Human Relationship

Psychology Behaviour

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.

Psychology Behaviour Human Relationship

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.

Psychology Behaviour