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Psychology & the Human Mind


Psychology & the Human Mind

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For caregivers, figuring out how to speak to a dying loved one can be both challenging and emotionally wrenching.

Maybe tomorrow...

are you a prisoner of your own mind

Carl Gustav Jung (born on 26 July 1875) at age six

Our thoughts are a powerful force and carry a vibration that impacts ourselves, others and the world around us. We are always putting out :::vibes::: Are we using our thoughts to create a positive vibration that will benefit our self, others, and the world ? If not.. why ? Spend time observing what you are thinking without judgement... and know that each time, in each new situation, you are free to choose again.

Understanding #Depression poster discusses role of #neurotransmitters with signs and symptoms of major depression, including feelings of guilt and changes in weight or sleeping patterns. May spotlights Mental Health Awareness Month.

The human brain has an estimated storage capacity of 256 exabytes (or 256 billion gigs), the equivalent of 1.2 billion average PC hard drives, enough CDs to make a stack which would reach beyond the moon and 15 libraries for every person on the planet.

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How does the brain use food as energy? - BrainFacts.org

Neurotransmitters.. interesting that love and schizophrena levels are just about the same... hmmmmm

NAMI | Mariel Hemingway Focuses on Family's History of Mental Illness in Running From Crazy

Breaking the Stigma Associated With Mental Illness

Lauren Marbe, Girl With IQ Of 161, Is Only 16 Years Old www.huffingtonpos...

Carl Gustav Jung (born on 26 July 1875) at age six

Charm School: 8 secrets of charismatic stars

memory.

Always stressed out? Find out what happens to your body and what steps you can take to help manage your stress!

Mental illness prevalence

List of social skills along with specific strategies for teaching those skills

Alzheimer's Disease-Clinical Poster.

Don’t Put Up With Workplace Bullying

Sigmund Freud

Sigmund Freud