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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and Psychological Health
What would you say or ask if I told you psychologists have an essential role in treating Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)? How do you think Polycystic Ovary Syndrome affects psychological health? Let's take a closer look at this relationship. First, let's talk a little bit about PCOS: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome is a common endocrine disease in menstruating individuals due to the...
Every change in behavior happens with awareness. Understanding your personality will help you learn more about yourself. Different personalities have their own characteristics, and these traits develop and change as you become an adult and make your personality unique. Again, these different personalities allow you to get to know others. Because these personality types may be someone from your...
There is a lot of information about psychotherapy, and it can be hard to tell which is right and which is wrong these days. Some false beliefs can hold people back from starting psychotherapy. What is Psychotherapy? Psychotherapy is a study aimed at solving people's emotional, spiritual and behavioral problems and developing psychological resilience. In this way, people learn to see...
Choosing Partners Similar to Our Parents: Choice or Coincidence?
Have you ever observed in your partner the behaviors you dislike and even complain about in your parents? Do the following sentences sound familiar to you? You're just like my mom/dad! Don't act like my mom/dad! Some aspects of me are the same mother/same father. If your answer is yes, continue reading. We all have an attachment style that we develop...
Research shows that colors have a significant impact on psychology. When you look at a white flower, what is the moment you open your heart? Have you ever looked at a red wall and started to feel nervous after a while? Can't you wear any other color after getting used to wearing black clothes? Color is a type of energy...
The Zeigarnik Effect: Why Do We Remember the Unfinished?
Do you feel you can't get the unfinished things out of your mind? An incomplete movie, an unfinished meal, unfinished love… Does all this occupy your mind more than anything else? The Zeigarnik Effect is the concept that makes everything unfinished look so appealing. What is the Zeigarnik effect? The Zeigarnik Effect was introduced by Bluma Zeigarnik, a Soviet psychologist and...
Are you one of those who eat a biscuit and say "ok"? Or does "I'll take the package" sound more familiar to you? Did you start one way or another, or do you need to finish it? When someone is offered a treat, do you have thoughts like "I can't stop now; I'll never get involved"? You see the bottom...
From time to time, we experience a feeling of emptiness that we cannot define. If we say unhappy, we are not; if we say sad, we are not. But there is a state of boredom and purposelessness over us. If you are in a similar situation, you may be experiencing languishing. What is languishing? We can say that this concept entered...
How do French women manage to stay fit?
"Beauty is nature's first gift to women, but also the first thing it takes back." The French have a saying; I don't know if you heard it. I saw this during my trip to Paris; nature has given the French women the ordeal. Let them age; they seem to have gotten better over time. Their beauty beyond physical harmony and...
Are You Introverted Or Do You Have Social Phobia?
Is someone who can't open up in a crowded place, is he introverted, or has a social phobia? So, are these two concepts similar to each other, or are they different things? Before sharing the details, I will ask you a few questions. If the pen and paper are ready, let's get started! Introverts do not like to...