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Why We Suffer: Why does God allow Evil, Sickness, Suffering and Pain to Exist in this World?

by Robin Sacredfire

When somebody asks me “do you believe in God?” I have to answer “yes, but maybe mine is not the one you’re talking about”. Some people get scared and others smile at this answer, which can be seen...


Why do we feel lonely: Why do we feel sad, empty, depressed and unwanted

by Mark Brightlife

In today’s world, loneliness is a very common problem that most people face, and that’s very likely the reason why so many social networks are rapidly becoming popular. This book presents an uncommon and...


Unrealistic Depression: The Dark Secrets behind the Mental Health Industry and How to Help Yourself

by Mark Brightlife

We trust doctors and mental health science out of lack of choices. But the more the population of the world is willing to cooperate with the system promoted by those that control it, the easier it is to proceed...


Overcoming Depression: Pragmatic Solutions to Deal with Suicidal Thoughts

by Mark Brightlife

Before helping others, seeking for help, or even considering such thoughts, we must realize a fact that not many Therapists and Patients are willing to confront: Only those that help themselves can be helped!...


Lack of Choice: The Connection between Evilness, Selfishness and Depression

by Mark Brightlife

In the field of health there’s something called the "point of no return", where an individual can’t be helped anymore, and there isn’t any therapy, physical or psychological, able to provide healing. Interestingly,...


Disney Syndrome: The effects of fairy-tales as a mind-programming tool

by Daniel Marques

Parents that allow their children to watch or read fairy-tales alone, often repeating the same movie or book several tines, are allowing them to become exposed to a mind manipulation tool from an early stage....


Talks To Teachers On Psychology

by J. William

Man is an organism for reacting on impressions: his mind is there to help determine his reactions, and the purpose of his education is to make them numerous and perfect. Our education means, in short, little...


The Red and the Black

by Stendhal

“The Red and the Black” is a psychological and historical novel by Stendhal, written in two volumes, published in 1830. The book tells of the attempts of a young Frenchman, Julien Sorel, which in the French,...


Psychology and Industrial Efficiency

by Hugo Munsterberg

Our aim is to sketch the outlines of a new science which is to intermediate between the modern laboratory psychology and the problems of economics: the psychological experiment is systematically to be placed...


The Science of Philosophy

by F. H. George

Originally published in 1981, this book was an attempt to bridge the gap between scientists and philosophers by viewing philosophy, at least in part, through scientific eyes. Professor George is not here concerned...


The Genius of Opposites: How Introverts and Extroverts Achieve Extraordinary Results Together

by Jennifer B. Kahnweiler

Better Together

FDR and Eleanor. Mick and Keith. Jobs and Woz. There are countless examples of introvert-extrovert partnerships who make brilliant products, create great works of art, and even change history...


Models of Thinking

by Frank H. George

In this volume, originally published in 1970, an attempt is made to examine the more logical aspects of thinking, such as the ability to abstract and the manner in which concepts develop. The author describes...


Cognition

by Frank H. George

Originally published in 1962, the problems of cognition dealt with in this book include learning, perception, thinking, memory and linguistic behaviour.

It is not a textbook in the ordinary sense, since it presents...


Fact and Fable in Psychology

by Joseph Jastrow

A group of problems that appears conspicuously in the present volume, and in so far contributes to the fitness of its title, has obtained a considerable interest on the part of the public at large. Such interest...


Self Chakra Balancing: How to Auto Balance Your Chakras With Your Own Hands. (Manual #002)

by Marco Vincenzo Fòmia

Quick and easy manuals with simple and effective instructions. We love to experiment what captivates us. We love to share what we learned. We love to keep learning while sharing! We are also big fans of experiential...


Lessons By the Hour

by Charles Henry

Come eavesdrop on what actually transpires in a psychotherapy session!

Have you ever thought about seeing a "shrink"? Have you ever wondered what they do or say to command those hourly fees? This fascinating...


Development from Adolescence to Early Adulthood: A dynamic systemic approach to transitions and transformations

by Marion Kloep, Leo Hendry & Rachel Taylor

Traditionally, the subject of adolescent development has been explored using a stage based approach, often with an emphasis on the potential risks and problems of adolescence. Taking a different approach, in...


Perspectives on Social Psychology

by Clyde Hendrick

Originally published in 1977, this volume was intended to provide a relatively elementary and clear overview of some of the more important approaches to social psychology at the time. There are a number of perspectives...


Coping with Threatened Identities

by Glynis M. Breakwell

People cope with threats to their identities in many different ways. Until the original publication of this title in 1986, there had been no theoretical framework within which to analyse their strategies for...


Relations and Representations: An introduction to the philosophy of social psychological science

by John D. Greenwood

What is the nature of social psychological science? What does a realist approach to human behaviour offer? Originally published in 1991, this lucid introduction to the philosophy of social psychological science...