Although people with dyslexia can face many challenges with regards to reading and spelling, it is important to remember that one does not just have to succeed despite having dyslexia, but because of it.
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*I was inspired by a part in the interview I did with Anna from Respychl about mental health. My interview is part of a series on her blog, please check it out! When I was in the 11th grade, my father told me that during his meeting with the…
Emotions are a key factor in child concept development. Through experiencing how others respond to and express emotions, children cultivate an understanding of how they themselves should behave, and what to expect from other people. This process varies greatly according to different cultural values and moral standards, which are passed down to children by family […]
This article will explore a range of psychological research investigating the factors that can contribute to one’s vulnerability and resilience to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after experiencing sexual trauma.
Viktor Frankl was an Austrian neurologist, psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor. In ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’, he writes on how he survived through finding meaning in suffering. Here is a short excerpt from that book, where he speaks in the context of suffering loss.
An exploration of contemporary studies that support and challenge this widely held question.
How does it feel to view Earth from space? Exploring the psychological phenomenon that led to an “explosion of awareness” and improved mental wellbeing in a number of astronauts.