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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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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The Breakup Exhibition: From Heartbreak to Happiness

The Breakup Exhibition On 22nd November 2018 (Thursday), the very first Breakup Exhibition was held at Sunway University, or rather, the first in Malaysia, organised by Sunway’s Psychology Club. We managed to curate up to 60 items collected from people who had gone through “break-ups’ in relationships with stories depicting their personal life experiences concerning the […]

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“I am so OCD!”: What We Need to Know about OCD

“I am so OCD!” This phrase has become a common phrase on social media to describe one’s cleaning, checking, or organising behaviours. It’s meant to be a joke, but “OCD” — the abbreviation of “Obsessive Compulsive Disorder”, is one of the most common mental health disorders and it can seriously affect one’s daily functioning. However, […]

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Why I Think about Death Everyday

Death is a universal truth. We will all die one day. No one is an exception as it role calls people to be invited in an everlasting sleep. People respond in various ways when the topic of life’s finitude comes out from one’s mouth. Is it possible to speak about life by speaking about death […]

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Mindfulness: Time-Travelling With Our Minds

When I was just a kid, going to the barbershop was always exciting for me as not only is that a place for me to have a haircut, but it also acts as a free-reading zone for me of various comic books and magazines. Sitting on the barber chair, I immersed myself in the fictional […]

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Why Mental Health Myths Are MORE HARMFUL Than You Imagined

Myths in life are unavoidable. Some are so persistent that they are communicated from one generation to another. One of the first myths I encountered is that “kids with two crowns (aka “whorls”) on their heads are more difficult and naughtier. ” I soon realized that I was the one described in that myth, since […]

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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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