Psychology

How Physical Touch Today Gives

Is Touch Your Love Language?

Physical distancing became international vocabulary due to the rapid spread of coronavirus. Will hugs and affectionate touch ever be the same again?
Science Times - Why You Should Call in Sick More Often Than You Think – Even if Working From Home

Why You Should Call in Sick More Often Than You Think – Even if You're Working From Home

Working from home allows employees to balance caring responsibilities and other non-work commitments with work demands, as well as reducing commute times and decreasing job-related stress. The benefits to organisations include increased productivity, and a greater flexibility from staff to meet employer needs such as conference calls outside core office hours.
Why do Men need a Man Cave?

The Psychology Behind Man Caves & She Sheds

A man's feeling of needing a "man cave" is connected to an emotional level and is also considered a form of self-expression. More recently, women have been seeking the female equivalent, or what is more popularly known as a "she shed."
Science Times - Routine: Less Is Often More When It Comes To Children's Development

Routine: Less Is Often More When It Comes To Children's Development

From the perspective of cognitive psychology, extremely rigid routines and heavy parental control is not always beneficial for children’s development. That’s because a fundamental part of growing up is learning how to tackle new challenges, going beyond predetermined routines.
The Pandemic Has Triggered Serious Eating Disorders

COVID-19 Has Triggered Serious Eating Disorders

Isolation, stress, and may other factors during the pandemic has resulted in increased cases of eating disorders. Experts explain disordered eating behavior as a coping mechanism for uncomfortable emotions.
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