Propensity of evaluation

Sometimes, the individual cannot stop oneself from doing something, saying exactly what is meant to be a sign of something, or getting into trouble due in course to something. It is called propensity, a strong, persistent tendency toward a certain type of action that cannot be coĊ†trolled easily or that arises on the pretext of […]

Religious resources

Introduction.Religious resources are most valuable means worth of something when compared with something else. Religious resource is, more specifically, that can be turned to for support, help, and consolation or something which helps in doing something. The word religious is adjective of religion. Religion is one of the various systems of faith and worship based […]

Five modes of responding in general or in therapeutic intervention [Based on research of decades ]

In general, to influence people there are five modes of responding, i.e., evaluation, interpretation, support, probing, and understanding. Out of which, the first two modes are not used in initial stages as only supporting, probing, and understanding responses would accomplish the desired goal, why because, evaluative and interpretative responses give rise to anger or feelings […]

To be positive means constructive activity

Positive, in mathematics, is a number or symbol having a plus (+) sign; not negative, and greater than zero. To be positive means confident or strongly affirmative and not positive thinking only. It is what is “here and now” and not “there and then” which is to be done systematically. On the contrary, negative, in […]

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 expenses related to his family members and the kitchen. […]

Alcohol abuse and dependence

People in early cultures, including the Egyptian, Greek, and Roman, made extensive and often excessive use of alcohol. Cambyses, King of Persia in the sixth century B.C. was one of the first alcoholics on record. Beer was first made in Egypt around 3000 B.C.

Laws of association

Association is a functional relationship or connection between two psychological phenomenna established through learning or experience. It is a bond or connection between ideas. Bond is further an agreement or engagement that a person is bound to observe, especially, one that has force in law. Laws of association based on the principle formulated by the […]