Analyzing FOMO: Fear of Missing Out

Many overtired parents joke their kids have FOMO (fear of missing out) because their children refuse to go to bed—they want to stay up late with their parents because to babies, children, and teens, why go to bed when they can stay up and engage in all the fun their…

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Analyzing FOMO: Fear of Missing Out

Many overtired parents joke their kids have FOMO (fear of missing out) because their children refuse to go to bed—they want to stay up late with their parents because to babies, children, and teens, why go to bed when they can stay up and engage in all the fun their…

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The True Meaning Of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

The Hierarchy of Needs is arguably one of the most well-known and widespread concepts from psychology. Pioneered by Abraham Maslow and first published in 1943, the model presents a theory of human motivation across five tiers, usually visualized as a pyramid, with each corresponding level placed on top of the…

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Self-Reflection: Why Is It Important?

Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night and reminisce the time five years ago you said something you regretted? Or perhaps you’ve walked down the street and had a “lightbulb” moment on why a situation panned out the way it did? At times the human mind…

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What Is Self-Esteem? A Comprehensive Guide

Self-esteem is the ruling view you have of yourself. This includes your beliefs about your inner qualities (values, morals, ethics) and how you think others see you.  Self-esteem is not always rooted in reality, though, and someone can develop low self-esteem even when they are highly functional and greatly skilled.…

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