Psychology stories, books, poems, and more

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Why are some people able to connect with others on a much deeper level than the rest of us? Are they gifted? More intuitive? Perhaps we are all capable of such sensitivity, but only a few are equipped psychologically to bear the responsibility that comes with it. Read More

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Excruciating pain! A bloody splinter of bone protrudes from the pale clammy skin of Adam’s throbbing ankle. He bites down hard on his jacket sleeve to keep from screaming. Both his and Sarah's lives depend on his silence. From his hiding place under the cabin deck, Adam sees the… Read More
The human soul is an inconsequential depth, which is pooled with the physical body, and both form the human distinct. Indeed, the soul is eternal as the spiritual essence can exist without the physical body. Much of what we don't apprehend about being human is simply in our heads.… Read More

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In an attempt to eradicate crime, the criminal justice system decides that criminals will no longer be sentenced to prison. The current prison population will remain until the final inmate dies, all future criminals will receive a trial by judge and if found guilty will be met with a… Read More

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I don't know about you but I know when I am being watched. I get a prickly sensation on my skin and the hairs on the back of my neck stand up. This, along with a heightened sense of alert. The phenomenon has a name, scopaesthesia. I looked it… Read More

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It was only after the accident and the young man's death that she realised they really weren't that different. Both were dead in one way or another. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 15, 2018

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A poem inspired by the positive 'thinklist' of Philippians 4:8 - "...whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think… Read More
3 minutes left in the year 2017. The human archetype suggests our thoughts intertwine at times such as this... Read More

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Waylen Hux was just trying to get through his life quietly - I mean, that's what everyone does, right? It's not until he's confronted by demonic whistling noises, a maggot-infested banana-eating skeleton, and a creepy hyper-realistic lab-coat man that Waylen Hux realizes his version of reality is a bit… Read More
This piece I will never be satisfied with - and I do not say that too often about work. It is a short story that's confusing, psychologically-thrilling, and yet eccentric all at the same time. That is perhaps why it is indeed so difficult to publish it anywhere! Hope… Read More

Book / Other

December 14, 2017

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Essay / Romance

October 31, 2017

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my life story, and a thought on what influences us in become the individuals we are, our traits and personalities.... Read More
I have seen and attended so many psychologists; this is what I have learned from them, Read More

Tags: psychology

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This is a story of how people's lives can be strangely intertwined and how having impressions on people can negatively affect our chance of building more bridges between one another. Read More

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How I feel about my black outs Read More

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Cathy, a thirty something librarian, is trying to adjust to life after the loss of her twin brother, Danny. One day, she brings home a mysterious book from the library, and she starts to recognize episodes of her own life written in its pages. The book, The Marionette, is… Read More

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I have finally managed to figure out a part of my feelings when dealing with the sexual abuse that I suffered as a child. It probably sounds strange to some people but I understand now that I do not simply feel hate towards my abuser, I feel much more… Read More
An allegory of reality and dream with the theme of insight into self. Read More

Short Story / Horror

September 04, 2017

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It deals with the madness inside someone being portrayed outside. Read More

Book / Young Adult

August 20, 2017

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Eggy Jones is an 18-year old man, struggling to come to terms with who he is, what has happened to him, and what his place is in the world. He attends Saint Ava House, a rehab centre that caters to only the most talented patients out there. Residents have the… Read More

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There was once a normal and loving family whom lived in a simple house and had ordinary lives. One day a flower sprouted, just off the garden. The youngest child, a little girl, had never seen this lovely little flower. And so the sweet little girl went outside to look… Read More

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This is poem about the horrors of Ebola. Read More

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Losing My Mind is a story of struggle and survival. It chronicles my entire life up to age 34, but the main premise of this book focuses on the 13-year period following my bipolar diagnosis. I was diagnosed in 1995, at age 20. Subsequently I experienced numerous manic and depressive… Read More
The main message of this book is that YOU ARE YOUR BEST FRIEND AND HELPER. You – the one who has no bounds. You – the one who is a dreamer. You – the one who believes that everything is possible. The methods mentioned below can help you to get… Read More

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Humans worry about creating robots that are too lifelike, but is that the real problem? Peek into the mind of a man who is trapped by his own safety. Read More

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Short Term Memory Loss, a lesson on the subject. --- A minor amount of this information was taken from the Book, "Let's Be Less Stupid" by Patricia Marx, COPYRIGHT 2015 by Patricia Marx. Read More
Most of us know what “frustration” means in our lives; Some of us may wake up demotivated in the morning feeling tired, angry, depressed, or just simply miserable to face another “empty day”. The fact is; Frustration is UGLY when left too long to its own devises. I am not… Read More
This is the birthing of Dick Jericho into the world of fiction and, like any birthing, it's slimy, disgusting, and better if you don't watch. Dick Jericho is a Private Investigator working to tame the mean streets of New York City, at least he thinks. Is he truly the hero… Read More
Christopher Marlowe wrote Edward The Second in 1590..comprises the background information on the Elizabethan Age and the Concept of Tragedy - "Our lady's first love is not wavering; My life for thine, she will have Gaveston." Read More

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