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  • Importance Of Our Own Personal Territory
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    Personal territories Everyone has his own personal territory and this personal space seems to have an important value to all of us. What makes people feel so defensive about their own personal territory is that we can feel secure and comfortable in our own territory. No other people can interrupt or step into it once you are in your own world. You are the only owner of your territory. Others who come across may be viewed as invaders. Even if they don! |t have the intention to take away your terr...
  • Persons Priorities
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    Let me ask you this: What is an American? There is no right or wrong way to answer this question. It is difficult to compare an American today to an American two-hundred and fifty years ago, because the modern day America is so diverse that a label cannot be stuck on the forehead of today's society. There are many different ways that one can describe an American today, in fact there are so many ways that I could never come close to covering all of them in this essay. I feel the three most effect...
  • My Unconscious Need For Contact
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    Many people go throughout life not knowing exactly who they are. The personality of some one is who they are. Many psychologists have tried to define what they envisioned personality to be, and by analyzing their theories I will try to find out who I am. Carl Jung developed the concept of introverts and extroverts. Introverts are people who tend to be preoccupied with the internal world of their own thought, feelings, and experiences. Extroverts are people who tend to be interested in the extern...
  • Most Common Symptoms Of Bpd
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    Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is one of the most controversial diagnoses in psychology today. Ever since it was introduced in the DSM, psychologists and psychiatrists have been trying to give the concepts behind Borderline Personality Disorder a concrete form. Some researchers believe that BPD is a name given to the end result of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and that the term BPD has been so misunderstood and misused that there is no point in trying to refine it, they would rather jus...
  • Person's Feelings And The Effect My Decisions
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    What I have experienced over my 43 years of living, both personally and professionally, forms my thoughts, beliefs and feelings and therefore drives what I can call my personal code of ethics. The following briefly describes the core ideals that I maintain: . Honesty - I firmly believe that honesty is the best policy. It will have to be an extreme situation that involves serious injury, damage or other loss that will convince me that not being truthful is best. I realize that the truth can often...
  • Fallacy The Person
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    To understand this concept you must first know the definition of the term fallacy. Fallacy is defined as deception, an error in logic, or an often plausible argument using false or invalid inference. In this course we learned that there were eight fallacies: perfection, approval, should, overgeneralization, causation, helplessness, and catastrophic causation. In this paper I will attempt to explain each of them. The fallacy of perfection is when a person that thinks that everything must be perfe...
  • Used Defense Mechanism
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    Sigmund Freud was born on May 6, 1856 in Freiberg (which is now Prior, Czech Republic). At the age of three, he and his family moved to Leipzig to get away from the Anti-Semitic riots that were raging at that time. Shortly thereafter, they moved into Vienna where he was educated. In 1886 he began his work by opening a private practice center for the treatment of hysteria. Then ten years later he started to use his term "psychoanalysis" to describe his theory of the mind, and his ideas of therapy...
  • Feeling Of Lust In A Person
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    Throughout our lives we are seeking love in one way or another. At times we are wanting love so much that sometimes lust can be portrayed as love. As we listen to other people and there stories of love, we too begin to yur n for the same feeling of love. And at times we may take that feeling of lust as a substitute for that feeling of love. Many times we as people are waiting for love and begin to take lust and begin to alternate that feeling or emotion as love. Through time there are many ways ...
  • Psychopathic Personalities
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    Psycho's in our mists When people think about psychopaths they envision a person that is scary and evil to look at. They think of someone like Norman Bates or Hannibal Lector. In all reality most psychopathic personalities are never discovered. According to Dr. Robert D. Hare a psychopath is, "a social predator who charm, manipulate, and ruthlessly plow their way through life, leaving a broad trail of broken hearts, shattered expectations, and empty wallets". They are people who lack a conscious...
  • Early Developing Girls
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    We usually begin developing our self-esteem as young children. Preference for physical attractiveness begins at infancy. During our preschool years, children have cultural ideas of physical beauty due to the media and social interactions with peers. Early developing girls have less positive body images than boys, which greatly contributes to self-esteem. Boys however, are the opposite. If they mature early, they are taller, stronger, etc., and have a better self-esteem. Both boys and girls that ...
  • Animals Personalities Animals Personalities Animals
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    Animals Animals Personalities Animals personalities Animals develop personalities that they are going to have for the rest of their lives, experiences and how they are treated alter behavior. In general, I think animals are special, each having their own personality and nature. I also know animals can feel, love, think, hate, feel sadness, and all the emotion that we humans feel. I have seen animals do many weird, strange, and funny things. Max was no different. He would play forever with a lase...

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