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“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.

Mental & Psychological Health Psychology

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Human Relationship Psychology

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,

Human Relationship Psychology

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Guilt, Guilty

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

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Opinions

Yes, I know, it’s been a while, well, I’m back. Who missed me? Lol. Welcome all new followers and to the old ones, thank you for still sticking with me. Anyway, today, I’ll be writing on opinions. Before I go further, last week Thursday was my graduation. It went well and I was happy I’m finally done with that phase of life, now I’m off to greater heights. The next stage is the 7 months training I am to do, before I do my internship. I really can’t wait to be done and get my license.

Psychology Thoughts

Peer pressure, the royal deviant
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On my last post, I spoke about a teen’s programme in my church of which I was invited to speak on depression and peer pressure. That post focused on depression (Of which you could check it out here) and now I’ll be writing on peer pressure, I hope you enjoy it 😉 .

So I was going through true life peer pressure stories online and I came across a website http://doyoudealwithpeerpressure.weebly.com It mainly deals with teen peer

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Depression is a very popular topic in our world today and needs to be taken seriously. According to the World Health Organization, depression will be the 2nd highest medical cause of disability by the year 2030, second only to HIV/AIDS.

On Saturday the 26th, I was given the opportunity to speak to teenagers in my church. They had a 2 day programme and though I didn’t go the first day which was Friday (was at work), the one I experienced on Saturday was wonderful and I learned a lot. My favourite part of it all was questions the teenagers asked. You could tell that they needed to understand several things from sex, relationships,

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Insecurity

Hey guys, today’s post is something interesting and personally, I’m excited to be writing on this. Before I begin, I’d like to welcome y’all to Quirks and Pearls. You can know more about my blog here. OK, back to the matter.

What is emotional insecurity? According to Wikipedia, this is a feeling of general unease or nervousness that may be triggered by perceiving of oneself to be

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