Tag: Psychology

Personal Growth – a Reason for Depression

| June 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Vasily Koltashov

Aren’t you fed up with all life coaches that try to teach people how to achieve personal growth? They are everywhere, tiresome with their pompous clichés. The economist Vasily Koltashov exposes the whole stupidity of modern personal growth in an interview for Russia.ru:

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War is NOT a Video Game, Morons!

| April 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

bombWith the practical start of the new cold war, the possibilities of an actual hot war are rising. Wars around the world have never stopped but because the territories of the Western countries have been relatively peaceful grounds for the last 60-70 years people there don’t realize that it’s a serious threat.

War is not a joke, especially when we talk about the potential start of World War III with the biggest nuclear powers facing each other.
And yet, the escalation of pro-war talks among ordinary people is just astonishing. Those morons probably don’t realize that war is not a video game. It’s not an entertainment event that you can be part of and it’s not a sports competition.

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Sick Fanatic Sports Fans – How Stupid Can They Be?

| February 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

sick sports fansYou know them, they are in the stadium every week for every game. They go to the extremes and very often they make a huge mess, we call them “sick fanatic sports fans” or simply hooligans. The problem with those people is not that they are stupid but that their stupidity affects the rest of us – the normal people.

This issue may not seem big of a deal but it illustrates at it’s best how stupid some people really are and what they are capable of doing because of their lack of brains.

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Blame Your Government, The Illuminati And The Bad Weather

| May 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

blameAre you one of those people who always make excuses to themselves and to others for not doing or achieving something? Do you find always someone or something to blame for your misery? If so, you are not alone, most people in this world are just like you.

Things in life never go the way we want. All people face problems. What matters is how do they handle the problems. For the average person it is a lot easier to make some excuse and to blame someone for the bad situation he or she is and do nothing because “it’s not his/her fault”.

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Have a Right Attitude to Your Personality!

| April 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

having the right attitudeThe term personality is very often mentioned in popular psychology. However, many people use this term too fancifully. In order to explore yourself better, you should have a better understanding of personality according to natural sciences (and philosophy, of course).

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For Beginners: Caring About People’s Opinion

| April 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

Caring About People's OpinionWe live in a society so we are dependent to a certain extent on what others think about us. Even if we say that we do not care, we actually show that we used to care in the past or just to demonstrate some kind of independence. Regardless of this, we should be tolerable enough for society in order not to get ostracized.

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Why People Tend To Believe Fortune Tellers Rather Than Do Something That Would Matter

| March 9, 2013 | 2 Comments

fortune teller with crystal ballDo you believe in fortune? Do you believe in ghosts? Do you believe in magic (real magic, not illusion)? Do you believe that some people can predict the future with their supernatural gifts? Or do you think that all fortune tellers are scam artists?

Too many questions and the answers to them don’t really matter, or do they?
What matters in your life is what you do. What you think or what you believe in affect what you do. So I guess this topic is worth commenting.

Many people believe in those things, they do listen to fortune tellers and in most cases that doesn’t bring them any real benefits other than some short term placebo effect.

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The Cognitive System Or Who Draws The Picture In Our Heads

| February 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

cognitive systemEveryday our mind is bombarded with all kinds information. Very often we fail to cope with all this information overload and become easy to manipulate. To prevent ourselves from this, we should explore how our cognitive system works in order to have a more insightful outlook for the processes in our minds.

What exactly is our cognitive system?

The cognitive system is a mental system that is comprised by the sensory system, the thoughts, and by the imagination. The components of the cognitive system are interrelated in a complex manner in order to provide our complete mental picture of the world.
The cognitive system is a hierarchical structure, the components of which are organized this way: sensation → perception → thinking → imagination.

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Self-help – You Are Doing It Wrong

| February 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

self-helpTrying hard to change yourself in a positive manner with no success? You are probably not the only one who has such a problem. To solve it, you should be a bit more insightful. Otherwise you will continue to remain with broken expectations, desperate and hoping to find the piece of advice that will help you remain successful and happy forever (sounds utopian and it not only sounds – it really is). But if you come to terms with some facts you really have the chance to succeed.


Self-help is a business

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