How to Get a Free Digital Magazine With 30 Seconds of Kind Help? (2 Days Left)

With your 30 seconds of kind help, you can get free digital magazine published by MY Psychology! Here are the three simple steps:          1. Click the link : //app.reviewr.com/s1/pitch?subid=4862564&evtid=4383691&fbclid=IwAR05RNRs1-ScUa7eYmVIlv567Q3gSVjByAYko3ElB76kB9KW-y7Igm7yHCE           2. Create account: LOGIN with Facebook           3. Click the “👍”(LIKE icon above […]

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Psychologists Can Actually Read Minds

Can psychologists actually read minds? This is one of the widespread conspiracy theories in the field of psychology, the truth is…. The answer is: Yes, they can read their own minds. With You, MY Psychology. Happy April Fools’ Day! Please don’t report our post / website and share the joy around, TEEHEE! Grab popcorns here […]

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Is Your Well-Being Determined by Your Self-Control?

Is Your Well-Being Determined by Your Self-Control? An inner self refers to a personal, internal identity closely related to our personal values and core beliefs that forms our personality. It is a state of consciousness that can be accessed through introspection. Having awareness of our inner self is called “being self-conscious” (Shelley & Wicklund, 1972), […]

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Making A Difference About Bullying

We all know that bullying is bad. We also know that in all cases of bullying there’s a bully and a victim. But there’s ACTUALLY another party involved that is often left out of the spotlight, and they are: bystanders. Anyone who is a witness to a bullying IS a bystander. They are not the […]

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Why the Internet is Crazy Over Cats

For a particular portion of the human population, the Internet (or that’s maybe just Tumblr in particular) probably equates an infinite reservoir of cat related media. Googling “c-a-t” and scrolling through the plethora of feline images might just be enough to make a suicidal person feeling warm and fuzzy inside. If that isn’t good enough, […]

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Why Our Holiday Felt So Short?: Time Perception

The Holiday Paradox Holidays always end fast. But once we are back to school or work, we feel that we had a long holiday. Claudia Hammond (2012) coined this phenomenon as the “Holiday Paradox”. But, how can our holidays be short and long at the same time? This contradictory time experience is related to how […]

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“The Opposite of Addiction is (NOT) Connection”

This is a criticism to the idea of “The Opposite Of Addiction is Connection”. This idea was introduced by Johann Hari in his TED talk “Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong”. Uplift Connect then made a video based on this idea and got 4.9M views and 54K shares as of the time […]

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Grounding Exercise (Sensory Awareness)

Grounding Exercise. This is a great exercise for people who are facing anxiety. Just remember this 5 golden rules, use it accordingly and you will be able to regain mental focus. However, do remember that this is just a small first aid kit for us to fight with anxiety. If one encounter with anxiety in […]

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