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  • Short Story: The Humanist Perspective

    Humanists clench interpretations that people have free will, also identify as the freedom to indicate their own destiny and strive for self-actualization- the achievement of one’s full potential. A humanist might consider the origin of Jake’s anxiety disorder evolving from, Jake, himself; he directs his own life, therefore Jake had developed a mindset to hassle and fear on his own will. Jake possesses the ability to make himself happy and relieved as treatment. Cognitive psychology emphases…

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  • How Did Ww2 Affect Australian Society

    World War Two was a global war, which was from 1939 to 1945. Not only the soldiers, but also the Australians at home were heavily impacted because of the war. There were many divisions and tensions, however, people seemed to still be united as a country. Women were especially affected as most of the men were serving in the war so they had to take up the man-dominated jobs. Most families were disturbed due to the war, which had caused fear within the country. Government controls were also placed…

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  • Inevitable Tension Essay

    The inevitable tension created between the monotonous routine of daily life and the deceptive attractive aspirations and hopes we have is apparent in our everyday lives. We often find ourselves struggling day in and day out to achieve the unfeasible targets set out by ourselves which greatly hinders our chances of achieving self-fulfilment, particular to us. In pondering the everyday treadmills, it is like a continuous cycle that only seems to elongate and stretch as we get older. When we were…

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  • The 7 Habits

    What is it called, hat thing that you do repeatedly and sometimes unconsciously? It is a habit. Habits are things people do constantly and often don’t realise that they do it. Everybody has habits and they affect them all differently. There are some that are so minor that they have no major impact on people’s lives. However, there are others affect more significantly. There are habits that drag you down and others that lift you up. In the book The 7 Habits of highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey…

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  • Personal Experience In The Song Fragments By An Unkindness

    Naturally, us humans can become scared. Fear can’t just be limited to traditional “spooky” things like spiders, as things like large crowds, adulthood, school and mental concepts terrify people. The most terrifying thing I’ve experienced, with my subjective fears in mind, was my all-too-sudden move from California to Michigan in late 2016. The song “Fragments” by An Unkindness, which I recently discovered, presents the fear I had with social perfection, rejection, and loss of relationships.…

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  • Yoga Exercise

    research articles to peers and in a professional setting. The following article was examined and briefly summarised for discussion. Research Article Manincor et al.. (2015). Establishing key components of yoga interventions for reducing depression and anxiety, and improving well-being: a Delphi method study. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 15(85), Retrieved 20 March, 2016, from…

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  • Child Abuse Therapy

    Children who are abused will not have the same abilities as people who were not abused in their early years. The definition of child abuse according to Roxanne Dryden-Edwards is “Child abuse is when a caregiver either fails to provide appropriate care (neglect), purposefully inflicts harm, or harms a child while disciplining him or her” (Child Abuse, Medicinenet.com). When they are abused during their childhood, it will affect their psychological and physical health in the future. Some survivors…

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  • Work Related Stress In The Workplace

    which allow involvement of as many subordinates as possible in handling problems related to stress-producing. Managers need to advance working condition by equipping enough tools and create a better workplace culture such as watching for signs of anxiety or bullying or workplace discrimination (based on race, gender, national origin, religion, or language. Besides, manager should monitor employees’ workload to ensure it is in line with their capabilities and resources. Last but not least,…

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  • Social Anxiety And Victimization Analysis

    The Relationship of Social Anxiety and Victimization In Mulder and Van Aken’s Socially Anxious Children at Risk for Victimization: The Role of Personality (2014), the authors explore the relationships of victimization of socially anxious kids and their personality traits. Social anxiety was defined as being fearful of negative evaluation by peers, especially in areas of physical appearance or social status. Victimization was defined as aggressive and harmful behavior, either verbally or…

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  • The Theme Of The American Dream In Arthur Miller's Death Of A Salesman

    “Death of a Salesman” written by Arthur Miller is a short story about two characters, Willy Loman and his son Biff Loman. At the beginning of the story, Willy and Linda, Willy’s wife, talk to each other about Willy finding a job close to his home city, New York, since Linda is worried about Willy’s because he had an accident. Willy feels happy when he imagines about the past the past when his son, Biff, was a quarterback with potential to make it to professional level. Willy and Biff have…

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