Psychogenic amnesia and fugue

“Bernice L., a 42-year-old housewife, was brought to the clinics by her family, who stated that the patient had disappeared from her home four years previously, and had recently been identified and returned from R_________a small town over a thousand miles away. On rejoining her parents, husband and child she had at first appeared highly […]

Self-governing person

Each and every person is unique and has potentials to blossom. Potentials shrink due in course to the pain given to a person’s feelings or hurts and these blossom if opportunities are given. One of my brothers seven years younger than me Mr. Ross had left the school after he was failed in 10th standard. […]

Motivational aspects of individuality

Motivational aspects of individuality arise in the lime-light of hardship or set of circumstances that causes discomfort or suffering. For instance, One Mr.M. was an agriculture laborer after he had passed his 8th standard examination. Five years were elapsed in earning the money to meet all expences related to his family members and the kitchen. […]

The Uses of Patriotism — Discover

“If there’s something contradictory about being a white supremacist and loving America, the people who chanted U-S-A while Donald Trump insulted Muslims and Mexicans haven’t gotten that memo.” via The Uses of Patriotism — Discover

Duality of consciousness

“. . . 14-year-old Elliot got up from his bunk in his sleep, looked in the refrigerator, then, still asleep, walked out the back door. It would have been just another sleepwalking episode except that Elliot was in a camper-pick up truck traveling 50 miles an hour on the San Diego Freeway. Incidently; he escaped […]

Depression

Depression is, in the normal individual, a state of despondency characterized by feelings of inadequacy, lowered activity, and pessimism about the future. In pathological cases, it is an extreme state of unresponsiveness to stimuli, together with self-depreciation, delusions of inadequacy, and hopelessness. According to Coleman, “Most of us are prone to repeated cycles in and […]