Month: March 2018

Body Language: Shape of Nails

Body Language is important part of our way of behaving nature or characteristics. Body language is somehow very important in communication. Body language is controlled by your subconscious mind so the listener can pretend or understand what a person want to convey.It denotes or shapes our personality.Our body parts including our hands, eyes , nose , legs , lips exhibit some characteristics of our nature. Like that, NAILS also denotes some  physical characteristics as well as behavioral aspects.People use to bite nails too in different circumstances. Different shapes or size of the fingers can predict an individual’s nature or...

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DYSLEXIA: A Learning Disability

DYSLEXIA Dyslexia is a neurologically based genetic disorder and a Learning Disability which interferes with the attainment of language skills in reading, spelling, writing handwriting,and arithmetic. It exists despite  of adequate intelligence. Dyslexia is not the result of lack of motivation, sensory impairment inadequate instructional or environmental opportunities or other limiting conditions but may occur together with the conditions according to International Dyslexia Association. Dyslexia is a reading and language-based learning disability. With this problem, a child may not understand letters, groups of letters, sentences, or paragraphs. For example, at the beginning of first grade, children may occasionally reverse...

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Bulimia Nervosa : An Eating Disorder

Bulimia Nervosa is a psychological and severe life-threatening eating disorder described by the ingestion of an abnormally large amount of food in short time period, followed by an attempt to avoid gaining weight by purging what was consumed. Bulimia Nervosa comes from a Greek word meaning ravenous hunger. The word defines the helplessness of an individual.Bulimia is also a mental health disorder that causes a cycle of health concerns. You may experience depression, anxiety, or obsessive-compulsive behaviors. Moodiness and irritability may occur due to lack of vitamins or behaviors that come along with bulimia. For example, constant monitoring of...

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Nature Vs Nurture: An Impact on Human Development

NATURE  VS  NURTURE The nature vs. nurture debate within psychology is concerned with the extent to which particular aspects of behavior are a product of either inherited (i.e., genetic) or acquired (i.e., learned) characteristics. Nature is what we think of as pre-wiring and is influenced by genetic inheritance and other biological factors. Nurture is generally taken as the influence of external factors after conception, e.g., the product of exposure, experience and learning on an individual. Nature is characterized by individual’s heredity characteristics which includes the combination of genes which ultimately shape up the physical features and somehow exhibit some...

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Conflict of Mind: A struggle within oneself

Conflict ! Conflict! Conflict! Is that we are always messed up with the conflicts, kind of struggle within oneself or our mind has really captured that conflict. Conflict of mind is Internal or External Conflict , the one which is exhibited in front of others that overt behaviour can be the outcome of external conflict related to situations we face but somehow another one which can be more dangerous , is the internal conflict,like a termite it can destroy our internal peace and mind. Internal conflicts are the root cause of various problems like depression stress , frustration, burst out...

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