Have you ever drowned yourself for hours in fantasy fictions?
Have you ever wished to join the battle against aliens in sci-fi realms?
Did you find video games comforting?
If yes, you have made acquaintances with a coping method called escapism. (more…)
Internal locus of control (ILOC) is a concept in psychology that is related to the principle of determining the success and failure of an individual. This concept is rooted in Rotter’s social-learning theory of personality which has been developed since 1954.
This concept focuses on the ability of a person to associate his achievements or failures with his own capacity. In other words, this concept is a belief system which stated that each has an awareness of his strengths and weaknesses. (more…)
How do you tell if someone has a high level of emotional intelligence? Do you have it in everyday life? While being “happy”, “motivated”, or “optimistic” is often viewed as a sign of a healthy individual, they are not included in the signs of emotional intelligence. The common signs are related to how you manage your and other people’s emotions, putting them into account in your behaviors. (more…)
Self-awareness is an instinct in each person. As an intelligent being who has an awareness of your own strengths and weaknesses, you must hone those instincts so that they can be used to develop yourself thus improve the quality of your life.
In general, self-awareness can be defined as a conscious knowledge of one’s own motives, character, desires, and feelings. This topic has become one of the main focuses of research in the field of psychology after Shelley Duval and Robert Wicklund developed the theory of this subject back in 1972. (more…)