As humans, our complex lifestyle emerges from the myriad choices we make in our day-to-day lives.
The influence process is a complex, multi-level process involving psychology, communication, and social dynamics.
- Family & Relationship
We’ve all met them at some point in our lives – difficult people who seem to create chaos wherever they go.
Friendships are a pivotal part of human life, providing comfort, support, and a sense of belonging.
Science confirms, yet again, that brutish behaviour can be an effective path to power. And not just in humans, but in chimpanzees, too.
- Society & Culture
People that want to help others are more likely to reduce their personal welfare to benefit another person from their group.
It is normal that, as human beings, we experience feeling anger.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Every year, many people are killed by their addictions, while others with the same or more severe addictions turn things around.
The study found that the links between travel constraints, social participation and health are stronger among those aged over 55.
Think about the last time someone was kind to you.
You’ve been hurt by someone, and the pain consumes you so much that you don’t know what to do.
Mentally ill people make horrible friends. I know my previous statement sounds like a gross, offensive overgeneralisation.
A study conducted by psychologists from Durham University has revealed that people can identify the emotions and traits of other people wearing a face mask.
Throughout history, the wisest people in societies have sought to nurture the next generation to be better, more skilled, and happier than they were.
- Resources, Announcements & Books
‘RELAUNCH! Spark Your Heart to Ignite Your Life’ Reveals Vital New Tools to Unlock Hidden Possibilities in Your Life and Work
International bestselling author and former Silicon Valley CEO Hilary DeCesare introduces her latest book, ‘RELAUNCH! Spark Your Heart to Ignite Your Life’.