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Did you leave your remote community for a trip to your 'other' home to a more urban area this Christmas or NY? Did it hit you hard? Culture shock is not a new malady but has been around since the beginning of time (Wallen, 1967, p. 722). ‘Reverse culture shock’ is...
A Basic Intro to Understanding the Superwoman Syndrome, Schemas & Core Beliefs: How it Relates to Your Work, Health & Relationships
This article briefly introduces a very basic understanding of the psychological principles to the internal processes of how schemas work and how the superwoman syndrome (or superman?) and core beliefs might be related to that. There is good reason to...
The fact we have become an extremely consumeristic society is often swept under the rug in general conventional discussions about where our community life has gone wrong. The conversation usually leans more towards the concept of ‘political consumerism’, which...
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