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A virtual repository for the plethora of psychology and therapy-related things (quotes, articles, links, music, pictures) I come across each and every day. Disclaimer: Posting something to this site does not mean that I necessarily agree with or endorse the opinions being expressed therein. The articles I link to here are meant only to inform and inspire thought and discussion, but they are absolutely not meant to be taken as my personal or professional opinion on any particular issue. var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://ssl." : "http://www."); document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src='" + gaJsHost + "google-analytics.com/ga.js' type='text/javascript'%3E%3C/script%3E")); try { var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-8160348-4"); pageTracker._trackPageview(); } catch(err) {}
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"The greatest and most important problems in life can never be solved, only outgrown."
“The greatest and most important problems in life can never be solved, only outgrown.” - C.G. Jung
20.05.2017 - 01:38:16
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"One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful."
“One day, in retrospect, the years of struggle will strike you as the most beautiful.” - Sigmund Freud (via wellspringcounseling)
16.12.2016 - 20:21:16
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Creative Achievement Can Buffer Death Anxiety
Creative Achievement Can Buffer Death Anxiety: “According to newly published research, recognition for one’s creative work can ease the angst triggered by reminders of our mortality.“Creative achievement serves as an existential anxiety buffer, particularly among people for whom creativity constitutes a central part of their cultural worldview,” write University of Kent psychologists Rotem Perach and Arnaud Wisman. They report in the Journal of Creative Behavior that recognition for innovative accomplishments can serve as a form of “symbolic immortality.”
16.12.2016 - 20:17:16
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"How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world."
“How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world.” - William Shakespeare
16.12.2016 - 20:14:01
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"The shoe that fits one person pinches another; there is no recipe for living that suits all cases."
“The shoe that fits one person pinches another; there is no recipe for living that suits all cases.” - Carl Jung
09.08.2016 - 08:25:15
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"Maturity begins with the capacity to sense and, in good time and without defensiveness, admit to our..."
“Maturity begins with the capacity to sense and, in good time and without defensiveness, admit to our own craziness. If we are not regularly deeply embarrassed by who we are, the journey to self-knowledge hasn’t begun.” - Alain de Botton
27.07.2016 - 23:00:04
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Thin Slices of Anxiety: An Illustrated Meditation on What It’s Like to Live Enslaved by Worry and How to Break Free
Thin Slices of Anxiety: An Illustrated Meditation on What It’s Like to Live Enslaved by Worry and How to Break Free
23.06.2016 - 21:01:30
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Are You in Despair? That’s Good
Are You in Despair? That’s Good: “When the world gets you down, do you feel just generally “bad”? Or do you have more precise emotional experiences, such as grief or despair or gloom?In psychology, people with finely tuned feelings are said to exhibit “emotional granularity.” When reading about the abuses of the Islamic State, for example, you might experience creeping horror or fury, rather than general awfulness. When learning about climate change, you could feel alarm tinged with sorrow and regret for species facing extinction. Confronted with this year’s presidential campaign, you might feel astonished, exasperated or even embarrassed on behalf of the candidates — an emotion known in Mexico as “pena ajena.”Emotional granularity isn’t just about having a rich vocabulary; it’s about experiencing the world, and yourself, more precisely. This can make a difference in your life. In fact, there is growing scientific evidence that precisely tailored emotional experiences are good for you, even if those experiences are negative.According to a collection of studies, finely grained, unpleasant feelings allow people to be more agile at regulating their emotions, less likely to drink excessively when stressed and less likely to retaliate aggressively against someone who has hurt them.Perhaps surprisingly, the benefits of high emotional granularity are not only psychological. People who achieve it are also likely to have longer, healthier lives. They go to the doctor and use medication less frequently, and spend fewer days hospitalized for illness. Cancer patients, for example, have lower levels of harmful inflammation when they more frequently categorize, label and understand their emotions.My lab discovered emotional granularity in the 1990s. We asked hundreds of volunteers to keep track of their emotional experiences for weeks or months. Everyone we tested used the same stock of emotion words, such as “sad” and “angry” and “afraid,” to describe their experiences. However, we found that some people used these words to refer to distinct experiences — each word represented a different emotion concept — while other people lumped these words together as a single concept meaning, roughly, “I feel miserable.”It was natural to think that people with higher emotional granularity were just better at recognizing emotional states in themselves, but our lab found that this was not what was happening. Your brain, it turns out, in a very real sense constructs your emotional states — in the blink of an eye, outside of your awareness — and people who learn diverse concepts of emotion are better equipped to create more finely tailored emotions. This is why emotional granularity can have such influence on your well-being and health: It gives your brain more precise tools for handling the myriad challenges that life throws at you.”
15.06.2016 - 21:39:04
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