Dynamism

Introduction Dynamism,meaning thereby, the quality of being dynamic, it is relative to a person who is overflowing with dynamism or, in other words, it is relative to a person who is having energy, force of character. It is the quality of being dynamic so it becomes pertinent to explain what is quality ? Quality is […]

Adjustment in one`s life: A normal phenomenon

Introduction How to adjust in one’s life is a tedious job if one has to adjust oneself to new conditions, change one’s ways of living, thinking, etc. A well-adjusted person who is in harmonious relations with others sets right the relations, puts in order the new conditions, or regulates schedule. Besides, one is to make […]

Humanistic perspective

Introduction Humanistic psychology, a theoretical and therapeutic system of psychology that emphasizes particularly human processes-the uniqueness of the individual, the validity of subjective experience, freedom of choice and the tendency for each individual to strive to realize one’s potential. Humanistic psychology grew out of the work of Abraham Maslow, a personality theorist and the clinical […]

Problem solving

Introduction Problem solving is the process involved in discovering the correct sequence of alternatives leading to a goal or to an ideational solution. Besides, mindfulness or meditation, it is also possible that one is to mind one’s own behavior for problem solving as it is the outcome of “general law of cause and effect.” Methods […]

Cyclothymic disorder

Introduction Cyclothymia is a tendency toward alternating periods of elation and depression which, in serious cases, is manifested as manic-depressive psychoses. It is a constitutional source trait that which is identified by factor analysis of correlation clusters and manifested as abnormal swings in mood. “ A 29-year-old car salesman was referred for treatment. For the […]

Paranoia

Introduction Paranoia is a psychotic disorder characterized by highly systematized delusions of persecution or grandeur with little deterioration. In either case, they are persistent, defended strongly by the patient, and incapacitating. Image: cdn.pixabay.com Kraepelin reserved it for cases showing delusions and impaired contact with reality but without the severe personality disorganization characteristic of schizophrenia. There […]